Family Grave Poems

These Family Grave poems are examples of Grave poems about Family. These are the best examples of Grave Family poems written by international poets.


Fields of Silence by Eugene Harvey
‘Silence’ is their interim address
Where time like a river yet flows
Terrestrial dust returns once again
To the place whence all life grows,

Resting quietly in Death’s garden...

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Categories: grave, celebration, death, family, funeral,

Premium MemberCrawling Toward My Grave by Brian Johnston
I'm barely crawling toward my grave
And lucky to have come this far! 
A life lived mostly not a knave, 
Or specimen in someone's jar.

It's not...

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Categories: grave, anti bullying, humor, life,



Premium MemberBeggar's End by Lisle Ryder
From back streets, alleys and hedgerows they came,
all sorts of people with children and dogs
filling the Chapel like a hall of fame;
the smell in the...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, religious,

Premium MemberONE STONE COLD HEART by JAN ALLISON
My father’s funeral, a sad occasion
but his cruel actions go beyond the grave

My sister had organised a display 
A silver frame contained a picture of...

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Categories: grave, confusion, family, father, funeral,

A Grave Mistake by Richard Craig
I’ve been on death row for 29 years now. 29 years of appeals and waiting.
And you say to me, “it all must be a bucket...

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Categories: grave, forgiveness,

No Regrets In Heaven by M.P. Shaudd
I love you
Were the words from his last breath
As she stood there by his side... crying
With her hands upon his chest

Little did she know he...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, heaven,

Premium MemberScales tip down by liam mcdaid
Weight is held in the balance found wanting 
Heresy thought unorthodox behaviour 
drops the pearls under a great price 

A river of lies flows one...

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Categories: grave, abortion, bereavement, body, care,

Premium MemberFacts hold virtues intact by liam mcdaid
Pride comes before the fall 
under a tender gaze of midday's sun 
Our Sunday cross 
is being turned upside down 
incorrectly sponsored by none other...

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Categories: grave, abortion, birth, conflict, cry,

Premium MemberTree by the Gravestone by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Went to go see my love
who passed years ago
Sitting on the family bench
Under the shade of the tree
Remembering our life
together
The years of happiness
It always brings...

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Categories: christian, dark, death, grave,

Battle Axe And Her Republican Trumpeting Waze - part 1 by matthew harris
Upon bitterly cold dawning hours of one January 2000 day
the Harns family desperately sought a place to live – “hay
there” Nelson Swartley (an independent realtor)...

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Categories: evil, grave, house, life,

Come with me by Danny Mcsweeney
Come with me, maybe you will see
Go away and stay burrowed in your own pain
Listen to my words, maybe ive got something.to.say
Barrowed time, spend all.of...

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Categories: dream, father daughter, grave,

The Grave Yard, Part-2 by Md Shahadat Hossain
The springs wind used to cry in the vacant field.
The passers by used to shed their tears, in the mean time the leaves of the...

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Categories: grave, death,

GHASTLY GRAVE GATHERING by Tanis Troutman
Ghastly Grave Gathering 

Gran and grandpa are gone
Giving grandchildren gifts
Generations greedy
Guilty, grabbing for gain
Granted gratis gold goods
Girls grovel gracelessly
Gluttonous grandkids grief 

November 2016...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, betrayal, death, family,

Salem Witch Speaks by Chelcie Darling

     Sun hindered sultry earth, wet mound of mossy growth, 
       Cast to my grave...

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Categories: family, grave, halloween, mystery,

Premium MemberWhispers From The Grave by Laura Loo
There was a time as a child when I knew I was different. I felt lost and enjoyed thing other girls may not have. I...

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Categories: grave, addiction, death, depression, emotions,

Premium MemberHEARTBROKEN CHILD CRIES by JAN ALLISON
FICTIONAL EMOTIVE WRITE

Since I was a tiny baby I was brought up by my grandparents and had a very happy childhood. I knew that they...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, heartbreak,

Our Ancestors Endured by Tanis Troutman
Are Ancestors Endured

So deep in the forest, where it's always dark
Through the gnarled trees, fallen, crooked and mossy
An old, abandoned and neglected graveyard lies
The headstones...

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Categories: grave, age, child, death, family,

Brother and Sister by Tracey Pollack
A mother and father that we share
Doesn't mean you had to care
Being blood is what I thought mattered
But losing mom and dad made our family...

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Categories: grave, brother, family, feelings, goodbye,

I Went To The Cemetery by randy johnson
I went to the cemetery to visit Mom and Dad.
Seeing their headstone made me feel sad.
This was the first time I've been to the cemetery...

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Categories: death, family, father, grave,

Premium MemberFAMILY SECRETS by JAN ALLISON
Mossy vines served as camouflage for a decaying headstone
This was the first time I’d laid eyes on your final resting place
In front of me stood...

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Categories: death, grave, loss, mother,