Funeral Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberOne Monday Changed Everything by Caren Krutsinger
She was on her way to work 
A sixty-minute drive she made every day
It was a rainy day, drizzly, a Monday
Her car flipped in every...

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Categories: loss, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Wrong time, wrong place by Anna Greene
I saw the saddest place today,
One grave,
Two babies
Lost the same day.

Ancient tree above them,
Not yet in leaf,
Covered with snowdrops,
Surrounded by grief.

Weathered stones around them
Tell of...

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Categories: loss, baby, bereavement, death, funeral,



I'll Settle Down Some Day, Part II by David Welch
...But his lust for life remained unfulfilled,
’till one day he ran into One-Eyed Bill,
Leader of a group of rough-hewn men,
Grant decided to throw in with...

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Categories: addiction, celebration, death, loss,

They Took My Darling Away From Me by Andrew Crisci
We spent the Holidays together,
Jimmy was a great guy always
welcoming his guests at the door;
Barbara was his wife: a fine lady
with gentle and affectionate ways...
her...

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Categories: grief, longing, loss, memory,

My Funeral Note by Amily Watson
(This poem is basically the note that I'll leave when I die)

On a Monday morning,
Your souls walk with gloom.
Put on your black dresses,
Newborn flowers won't...

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Categories: loss, 7th grade, absence, anxiety,

All I see is pain by shawna horsley
   All I see is pain.
All around they cry,
Everyone's asking why?
   All I see is pain.
This is driving me insane!
Has this...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

Premium MemberMonoku 1229 by Rick Parise
sanctuary of sorrow  through a window  a sun beam
...

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Categories: funeral, hurt, loss, love,

Don't Think That There's Tomorrow by M.P. Shaudd
On his way to work this morning
His truck lost to a big rig
He was running late and didn't take
The time to kiss his wife or...

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Categories: death, farewell, life, loss,

SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RAMPAGE December 14 2012 prayer part one by matthew harris
Tribute to those slain at sandy hook elementary school ™

I read the terribly tragic news oh boy
about unlucky kids 
   at a Connecticut...

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Categories: loss, dark, devotion, emotions, funeral,

The Dark Feeling by Paolo Mangubat
I’m alone and no one is around
The feeling is hard when you’re like six feet underground
Crawling to life but emptiness is all there is
I forgot...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

A Tribute to Muriel by Richard Olson

  I want you to know, how much you are due.
  Of all in the world, you're one of the few.
  To...

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Categories: grief, loss, love,

A Loss Hidden Away by Tera Brown
Tucked away for so long,
The loss of a loved one is now gone,
To late for words of comfort,
Grieving period but inside feeling like a monster,
No...

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Categories: loss, death, deep, funeral,

This Gentle Mourning by Craig Mahler
In an Abbey full,
a congregation still,
in awe of a Soul
beckoned by its Creator.
In solemn exchange
his joyous embraces,
his ever infectious smile
remains embedded forever,
for through his eyes
you...

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Categories: eulogy, funeral, loss,

Premium MemberGONE by Line Gauthier
Another generation
Wiped off the face of the earth
With its untold stories
Buried secrets
Unreachable depths
Irretrievable treasures
Souls from the past
Shrouded in grey clouds
Dissipating in the distance
Gone in a...

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Categories: family, funeral, journey, loss,

Alone On The Bridge by Rightly Jennings
    potential was squandered
neglect has turned it brown
	no amount of water
did ever touch the ground

    step away from that...

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Categories: loss, age, courage, growth, loneliness,

The Legend of Screamin' Bill Wilcox by David Welch
Screamin’ Bill Wilcox was quite a man,
Carved from a block of stone
With a face of leather, deeply tanned
And a voice you could hear in Rome.

A...

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Categories: loss, adventure, death of a

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: loss, death, death of a

Notorious Flower by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
denied mother-branch
perished
no one at its funeral

...

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Categories: loss, satire,

Warrior Wombs by Joyce Teed
Warrior Wombs
(for Sandy and the loss of our first grandson)
By Joyce Teed
2/8/17

Warrior Wombs
Every woman
Has an untold story
A secret
Untold
Or unseen
Her story
Includes
Silent sorrows
Wounds with no words
Winding through...

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Categories: abortion, heartbreak, loss, mother,

Premium MemberClaiming Fate, Dark Fate Gifts, His Sad Afflictions by Robert Lindley
Claiming Fate, Dark Fate Gifts, His Sad Afflictions

They forced him, build sandcastles on barren beaches
They were his addictions, those beautiful leeches
Saw his false shadows, like...

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Categories: loss, art, conflict, death of