Funeral Grave Poems

These Funeral Grave poems are examples of Grave poems about Funeral. These are the best examples of Grave Funeral 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,

a stray tear doth adieu occasionally shed by matthew harris
toward thee spunky gal, 
     whose impregnation and debut appearance 
     way to brief a tale for...

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Categories: grave, 10th grade, 11th grade,



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,

Grace Shuffle Haunted by Mark Miller
06/22/2017
by Mark Miller

Trapped within a self-absorbed scarred 
Feeling left behind stripped image astray 
By one's own disclosed empty box enraged 
Spiral reflection appears behind mirrors...

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Categories: discrimination, funeral, grave,

Living Day To Day by robin davis
It has been a little scary
And I'm just a wee bit wary
Going on without your love
Now your and angel up above
Taken away from me so...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, grave,

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Categories: grave, appreciation, bereavement, funeral,

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,

Through a Child's Eyes by John Michaels
The mound of fresh soil, which does protrude.
Black clouds pregnant with foreboding,
the heavens reflect the mood.
I feel all alone here,
so lost and subdued.
Through a child’s...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, grief,

Premium MemberThe hope of the living by Sandison Jumbo
 The hope of the living

None would hope, like a destitute, by the roadside to rot,
With their eyes and other vitals, by the vultures pecked...

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Categories: death, funeral, giving, grave,

epitaph by Ashlea Senft
he lived in a daydream;
it turned into a nightmare;
he lost touch with reality,
and now he lies here....

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Categories: grave, dark, death, dream, fantasy,

Premium MemberMake me some room by Jannie Breedt
When times were rough 
And hope was gone
You showed me stuff
-to carry on

When things were lean
When things got thin
And cold outside 
You let me in

For...

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Categories: grave, death, death of a

The Denouement by NAYANIKA DEY
I sensed myself sinking down
Culminating the stuccoes of existence
Crossing denouements of mortality
Obeying the laws of life's caducity
And defying the clusters of earthly brevity.
My nostrils perceived...

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Categories: grave, dark, death, deep, dream,

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT by TSHEPO MBHELE
DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT:BY TSHEPO MBHELE

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR DEATH ANNOUNCED?
A POOL PARTY WITH A BALL THAT WAS BOUNCED
OR TO GO TO THE BAR
ON YOUR BRAND...

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Categories: grave, death, death of a

Premium MemberChalk Line by Margaret Wade
Chalk is the magic of blackboards, sports fields and
little girl's sidewalk games of Hop-Scotch.
How many equations and statements, measured lines, and boxes
do you imagine have...

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Categories: anger, death, grave, murder,

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,

Tidal Waves by Mike Beard
I broke my foot, and you kissed me that night, in front of my car.
I could barely walk, but I floated away.
It all began and...

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Categories: grave, death of a friend,

Premium MemberRaven Dreams by arthur vaso
I flew alone in the white winter night
Cold winds and ice deep within my weary fright
In the night my mind in the darkest of dark
Death...

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Categories: angel, beautiful, funeral, grave,

Premium MemberLa Tombe d'arbre - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Tree Grave by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
La Tombe d’arbre – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s « Tree Grave » by T. Wignesan

Quand-t-il s’était parti, notre défunt,
Au-delà pour le Monde des Ombres,
Pendant que...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, farewell, fear, funeral,

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,

Ashes, Ashes by Avery Ken
 Quietly spilling 
Out of my hand
My lover’s ashes
Mix with the sand

Crying, weeping, sobbing so
I try not to let him go

My eyes are dry
My sobs...

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Categories: grave, absence, cry, death of