Friendship Grave Poems

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


Graveyard by Elena Welsh
They are gone; but not I 
I am alive. I am alive. 
Some say the hurt ebbs 
-over time-
But, alas my child
Time is fuel for...

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Categories: grave, memory,

Mourning by Will Overstreet

In the first week of December
The winter was cold and bitter
I stepped into the night and shivered and moaned
Enraptured by the wind and the vast...

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Categories: grave, best friend, death of



My Memories by Ashley Yeager
Memories 
Written By: Ashley Marie Smith-Gilchrist 
04-20-2017

Although I can not heard you I thank you, for always being there
Even when you were bedridden
You always seemed...

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Categories: funeral, grave, grief, life,

Forgotten by Bongisa Grey
Dear Diary

I wish I could put in words how I feel, know how they feel... whether they are as intense as I am... whether I...

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Categories: grave, absence, betrayal, deep, feelings,

Farewell To Mr Spock by Kathleen Callaway
The world today must mourn the loss 
Of a soul that touched generations across.
This man who changed how we looked at space,
And was associated with...

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Categories: death, earth, friendship, grave,

Premium MemberSatin Sheets A grave yard for a million dreams by William J. Jr. Atfield
Satin Sheets
A grave yard for a million dreams

Light of day, exposes what darkness of night, hides
upon platinum, satin skies, above an emerald green sea,
where- upon...

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Categories: grave, friendship,

Premium MemberPal by Robert Candler
Bob had been a lonely man ever since
His wife of fifty years had passed.
“Lord, let me join her.” he would pray.
“Let this day be my...

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Categories: grave, age, angel, animal, bereavement,

Gator Bait Series 1st Cold Snapped by kj force
The wind was blowing when she left the city...

I believe it was twenty below...

Where she was going she already knew...

But... first she had things she...

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Categories: grave, abuse, anger, best friend,

Coward by brandi foote
People want to commit suicide,
people choose to die over livin life.
Why has it come to be this way?
Why has this life become so meaningless,
that we...

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Categories: grave, care, dark, death, death

I'm Here Because of Jesus by Jim Pemberton

It’s because of Jesus, that I’m here today!
I will serve him!  All of my days!

It’s because of his mercy, 
and love so sweet…
That I...

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Categories: grave, change, christian, dedication, devotion,

Part II-THE GRAVE DIGGER WHO VISITED HEAVEN by Andrew Crisci
Paul had a near-death experience,
one of the most incredible ones...
he visited Heaven: the place of bliss!
And as he climbed the gold stairway,
he heard many familiar...

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Categories: grave, death, dedication, faith, friendship,

Part I-THE GRAVE DIGGER WHO VISITED HEAVEN by Andrew Crisci
Everybody was horrified of Paul's scruffy looks
with dirt and mud smeared all over his wrinkled face,
and his long nose with dark spots on its tip;
and...

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Categories: grave, death, devotion, faith, father,

Echoes from the Grave by Sandra Larkins
Some one out there please help me.
This is not real for I am only sixteen this can’t be.
The nightmare began on a beautiful summer day.
I...

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Categories: grave, childhood, death, family, friendship,