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Bereavement Pastoral Poems

These Bereavement Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Bereavement. These are the best examples of Pastoral Bereavement poems written by international poets.


Would you still be mine
Would you still be mine?
Remembering me for a little time,
Transformed by the world we once owned 
To a future realm.

Would you still be mine?
Even just...

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Categories: allusion, bereavement, eulogy, hope,



TRAVAIL OF OWAILO
In the dead of night,
I heard the cry of agony;
A shrill cry it was, 
But a faint cry,
As of a heart fainting of strength.

It oozed...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, animal, bereavement,

The Orphan
Abundances is not a promise to everyone,
Live with joy today and love someone. 
Do you know the places we shall go?
When we are not sure...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement, destiny, emotions,

memories of spring

After the lilacs have gone by,
before golden flowers bloom
we will walk through meadows
soft and blue 
and feast on bread with honey 
stolen from autumn bees...

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Categories: bereavement, blue, boy, childhood,

A Psalm for My Friends in Israel
 
Do you not know Who goes before you, O nation of Israel?
Do you not know that Mighty Jehovah is your Deliverer?
He has chosen you...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, bible, blessing,

gone ashore
Gone Ashore Sonnet
 I have sailed on many seas
 they have various colours and smell,
but being indoors looking out
it got a bit boring as well.
One...

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Categories: allegory, art, bereavement, fishing,