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Mother Funeral Poems

These Mother Funeral poems are examples of Funeral poems about Mother. These are the best examples of Funeral Mother poems written by international poets.


Premium Member My Magical Garden
In my magical garden,                     ...

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Categories: flower, funeral, garden, love,



Premium Member Our Own Virus Transaction
Even with death
The Man’s gotta bargain a price

So I suppose that’s why that fat a** mortician
As a sales technique
Made my wife and I pick who...

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Categories: death, funeral, goodbye, grief,

Premium Member Why Did She Die
I stood tall in front of the head stone.
A bunch of cheap flowers in my hands
Were given to me by my uncle.
   ...

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Categories: funeral, love, mother,

The Last Token
They couldn’t visit her for Christmas
Busy at work is what they said
As a token of appreciation
They sent roses pink and red

They couldn’t visit on Easter...

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Categories: appreciation, funeral, mother,

Premium Member Domestic Violence
Only God knows the answer to the questions falling off the blade of this killer’s knife…  Quote by poet


Crimson blood, alive with the agony
A...

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Categories: funeral, death, life, obituary,



Final Lullaby
Final Lullaby
by Michael R. Burch

for my mother, Christine Ena Burch

Sleep peacefully—for now your suffering’s over.

Sleep peacefully—immune to all distress,
like pebbles unaware of raging waves.

Sleep peacefully—like...

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Categories: death, eulogy, funeral, Lullaby,

Premium Member Thelma Lou - BOTH Audio and Text
The biggest funeral I've ever attended...


Thelma was a waitress at the diner on the corner of 4th and Oak, across from Ron’s DX, in Abilene.
They...

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Categories: funeral, heart, love, memory,

Exodus
You have always been here
Through tears I cried you have been here
Through prayers at night
You have always been here

Were I struggled to fight
You have always...

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Categories: care, cry, funeral, happy,

Mother
Mother


Every day reminds me of you,
Every breath defines you for me;

I dare not say,
I do have a mother;

For I can't share my pains,
With just any...

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Categories: absence, funeral, grief, missing

Younger than my mother, yet Grandmother to me
 
Found the words to say so now here it goes
I hope you don't mind I'm not very good at Prose
Younger than my mother, yet...

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Categories: funeral, absence, age, bereavement, child,

Premium Member I Think Mother Knew - BOTH Audio and Text
“Who’s that by the casket?” I turned and quizzed my brothers,
discretely, as the mourners filed in.
“That’s old Jacob Wrigley,” one replied, “a friend of dad...

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Categories: funeral, family, mother,

Children, I've Lost Your Father
Mother called her children 'round
and said I really hate to bother
but I have some rather sorry news,
I think I've lost your father.

He was in the...

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Categories: death, funeral, lost,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: funeral, 12th grade, character, hope,

Premium Member The Virus From Hell
There's  a disease causing havoc around the world.
Infecting many men women boys and girls.
It is a pandemic.We've got to correct it.
Mother Earth's in a...

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Categories: funeral, anxiety, death of a

Athenian Epitaphs II
Athenian Epitaphs II

These are ancient Greek epitaphs for lost family and friends, including dogs and other animals ...

Now his voice is prisoned in the silent...

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Categories: funeral, animal, best friend, death