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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.

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Hear her cries, her moaning
Silencing the night with a groaning
Breathless with her need, her yearning
For the child who has gone, returning
To the heavens, to God’s...

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Categories: funeral, child, death, grief, mother,

Premium Member Mom, I Still Remember

 In the coffin lay your body silent and still
As with wax, sealed were your eyes
Bared of all passion, pain and strain
You were at rest,...

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Categories: best friend, funeral, goodbye,

She was found face down beside her bed
dead long before they kicked in the door
of the deteriorating house that reeked
of cat piss that had soaked...

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Categories: bereavement, death, fate, funeral,


He stared at death eye ball to eyeballs
With subtle glance as he tried to take him away
Whispering his routine rituals...

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Categories: funeral, celebration, cheer up, death,

Rest in Peace

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© I Am Skeet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, funeral, mother,

I wish she was alive,
I simply wish she was alive,
The mother I lost a year prior,
If by some stroke of good luck God
Could defer her...

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Categories: funeral, anxiety, bereavement, death of

To access the house there was a slight slope from the sidewalk, the door was in the gap under the stairs that led to the...

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Categories: brother, cancer, christmas, funeral,

Left behind
Life goes so very fast
Everyday could be your last
No matter how good or bad 
You live your life
It always ends up the same

You always leave...

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Categories: death, funeral, heartbroken,

A Second Daughter Departs
(written for one who lost)

We lose a daughter, then we lose another,
yet find much sympathy that comes from all;
and know such sympathy will reach a...

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Categories: funeral, age, cancer, daughter, death,

Premium Member A Son's Lament
When I found you in bed, you had just died.
     I wept; my grieving went mostly unsaid;
you clearly were gone—I was...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, loss,

The Atheist's Epitaph
Think not of me ascending
To some celestial space
Some Heaven never-ending
Spending eternity in God’s grace.

Think not of me transcending
This universe, material
To some vapid, unoffending
Paradise ethereal.

Rather think...

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Categories: funeral, 10th grade, death, earth,

Benazir Bhutto
Q.Kyun marvaya?
Q.Kis nay marvaya?
Q.Kis nay supari de?
Q.Kis nay supari le?
Q.Akhir sala chakar kya hai?
Q.Kaand kay pechay kon hai?
Q.Konsi basar shaksiyat hai?
Q.Koi kyun maaray ga...

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© Ace Abad  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, death of a friend,

Death Sits With Me
Death sits with me
His hand on mine
The air has gone
Utterly silent, still, and stagnant
Like a puddle of unmoved water
Death is speaking
Uttering its cold explanation
But I...

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© John Floyd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, dad, death, death of

And then 
You were just gone
No coming back
No see you any more
No more intervening at just the right moment to save me
Without fanfare
No more being...

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© John Floyd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funeral, bereavement, dad, death, death

Premium Member Last Sigh

The woman lying on the hospital bed
Silent, intuition discerning
The last breath, last sigh, goodbye
Whispered beneath a soft cry
From the soul who she was leaving behind


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Categories: funeral, caregiving, childhood, death, goodbye,