Funeral Verse Poems

These Funeral Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Funeral. These are the best examples of Verse 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: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Lugubrious Losses, Choices, Voices and Tosses by john sensele
Remonstrations, protestations, recriminations
In the wake of a calamity that strikes below the belt
In communities decimated and disabled by insinuations
Brought to a head when fickle feelings...

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Categories: verse, poems,



Dorothy by Isaac Asante
~Poem~

#DOROTHY

Dorothy was a young pretty girl
To her parents, she was more valuable than a pearl
The only child to her parents
Very respectful and innocent
Most beautiful but...

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Categories: verse, adventure,

Premium MemberBrendan and Bobby by Leslie Wilson
BRENDAN AND BOBBY

Brendan joined the Provos in the spring of seventy eight
The local pub was bombed and killed his brother and his mate
Bobby joined the...

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Categories: verse, political, war,

Director's Cut Short by Juliet Ligon
Come and see
me without you:
A series of unfortunate events
stand by me
for better or worse.
Four weddings and a funeral
snatch
the neverending story,
where the wild things are
enchanted.
The vanishing,
living...

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Categories: verse, divorce, dream, fantasy, lost

GOD IZ U FAM by Alien Man Mafia
So what if we believed in everything we said ?
Numerous opportunities began with a thought of demand...But the price is to high for freedom.
Creative lies...

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Categories: verse, africa, america, angel, baptism,

Premium MemberSoar Now by TJ Silba
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Categories: verse, bereavement, christian, death, emotions,

Papers by Shihabudheen Kumbidi
The Silent white grave,
Muted chirrups of sparrows
Fallen petals of Green dreams
Just put your ear very close
Hear the last melodies 
Sung by a cuckoo.
Gaze at the...

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Categories: verse, earth day, flower, funeral,

Basement by Manya Saxena
Trapped : cut off, shut in, confined. 
Like a prolonged dream,
Running, not reaching anywhere, 
Hiding, getting caught.

Dark : dusky, pitch black, unilluminated.
A glint of light,...

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Categories: verse, absence, dark, death, depression,

Premium MemberObituary of a moth by Charlie Knowlton



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Categories: verse, boxing day , death of

FUNERAL- IAN MUNYWE by ian munywe
FUNERAL
Stop imbibing,
so much.
It is my funeral,
isn`t it?
These damsels,
will be your end.
It is my funeral,
isn`t it?
That crowd,
will be your detriment.
It is my funeral,
isn`t it?
Brawls and altercations,
cannot...

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Categories: verse, education, life, people, society,

Premium MemberMy Kubla Kahn Funeral Please by Caren Krutsinger
Here are my instructions for when I leave this world to go into the “magic realm of possibilities”, the heaven on another plane. For it...

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Categories: verse, emotions, funeral, happy, how

Premium MemberMy Primrose by Caren Krutsinger


I met Primrose as two of four unacquainted friends who were lurking around in a young widow’s house,
Doing whatever we could to help the children,...

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Categories: verse, angel, friend, friendship, friendship

The poem knows how to write itself by Micheal Ace
This poem is a boy
Who walked away from his
Father's portrait, he didn't like 
The fact that he wore a cloth that 
Bears the same print...

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Categories: verse, boy,

SOLITUDE SOLILOQUY by Mark Miller
SOLITUDE SOLILOQUY 
by Mark Miller © 12/22/2014

Like a suicide a funeral wake opens my bleached eyes of cobweb swirl  
Fog's fear rolls through ...

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Categories: verse, anxiety, fantasy,

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: verse, discrimination, funeral, grave,

Premium MemberBeing Psychic Helps by Caren Krutsinger
Gone without notice.
Shocking everyone.
But me.


Gone without preparation.
Angering the family.
Except me.


Gone before they could say "I love you."
Sorrow overtakes them.
But not me....

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Categories: verse, death, death of a

Somebody Check by Keith Dovoric
Somebody check the fellow in the next bed
I’ve got a feeling he may well be dead
When they brought him, he was bleeding from the head
Somebody...

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, courage, death,

White by Therese Pace


                    WHITE

Thumbs up for the whiteness...

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Categories: verse, clothes, color, culture,

Premium MemberA Town So Small by Caren Krutsinger
I grew up in a town so small
If you leave your purse in a grocery cart,
Someone will bring it to you at work.


I grew up...

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Categories: verse, care, community, environment, friend,