Funeral Writing Poems

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


Premium MemberVampire Of The Dark Angel by Judy Emery
Vampire Of The Dark Angel

It's a lonely night with no love in the air
Hopes and dreams disappear 
Within the lonesome latter years
A Dark Angel takes...

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Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, dream, voice,

Premium MemberWriting with Weeping Words by Frederic Parker
Memories of guilt fall and spiral down
To fill love's empty soul with its debris
Tormented from sadness I know profound
I've built a funeral pyre my mind...

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Categories: writing, lost love, memory,



Premium MemberDark Angel by Judy Emery
Dark Angel

It's a lonely night with no love in the air;
hopes and dreams disappear;
within the lonesome latter years
Dark Angel takes a stand to his dark...

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Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, conflict, dark,

Premium MemberWRITER GRAY by Judy Emery
WRITER GRAY

Winter has always been gray in so many ways
But that don't make me hate the season
but I do have many reasons too
Somewhere deep within...

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Categories: writing, autumn, death, first love,

I am not the famous one A tribute to short story writer Ray Carver by Gary Zimmer
I am not the famous one. But my pain was equal to his.
He became Chekhov. I became Alfie.
The meanness of the streets that spawned us...

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Categories: writing, allegory, angst, celebrity, inspiration,

Premium MemberMy Tragedy: Catharsis in Poetry by Broken Wings
Words, words that move
and subdue, deaden my forever, never-ending pain
and I write. Words of my ravaged life, reaching
into the silence. I write it all in...

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Categories: feelings, grief, introspection, writing,

Premium MemberThe Seasons of My Writing by Carol Connell
I can’t speak for every writer
of prose and poetry,
but from my own experience
this is what pertains to me.
As there are seasons in the natural,
some lovely,...

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Categories: writing, autumn, god, seasons, spring,

settling for a casket by Evelyn Rose
there’s nothing in my head.
there’s nothing in my head.
why don’t i care about the right things,
and leave every word unsaid?
i wear rose tinted glasses,
carry petals...

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Categories: writing, absence, dark, death, depression,

Premium MemberMelancholy by Broken Wings
 
You shall not chase my gloom away!
There's such a charm in melancholy.
(Samuel Rogers, 1814)

I think, I was born under the shadow of melancholy. ...

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Categories: death, grief, heartbreak, writing,

Early Morning Writing Practice by Key V.
Writing down the bones, shrinking while iv'e grown
Colliding round the tone, sharp as flat edged phones.. 

My favorite color's red my past is dead, 
The...

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Categories: writing, deep, funny, humorous, nursery

The sharp tooth of truth by Vanth Seven
I stood atop of my pointed view and felt the sharp tooth of truth.
How elegantly we lived the lie,  a fictional legend always on...

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Categories: writing, courage, destiny, inspirational, muse,

See The Old Man Thomas by Steinar Gismeroy Olafsen
See the Old Man Thomas
As he burns his brain 
With a glimmering glass
And a ratteling chain
Behind white horses
In a New York bar
Between a setting sun
And...

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Categories: writing, age, death, drink, poets,

The Dead Essays by Rosann Fode
The Dead Essays


Today I wore all black 
But there is no funeral procession. 
So I just went to work and sat at my desk
Before piles...

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Categories: writing, irony, school, student, teacher,

A Flower's Funeral by Chris Boskovski
A sweet flower's funeral
displayed in the cold months
of snowy weather and bone chilling shivers.
A sweet flower burned away, dried up;
buried six feet under.

Oh, my sweet...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, blue, cry,

For Him by Raymond Ngomane
Hi. If you are reading this letter, then i know my wife has chosen you. This is to serve as my last writing directed to...

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Categories: writing, absence, beautiful, butterfly, care,

elegy eulogy by Goode Guy
and all the words congregated somber,
passing observations and glasses around,
and smoked 'em if they had 'em,
and looked woefully at the ground

mentioned how he was so...

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Categories: writing, eulogy, funeral, imagination, introspection,

I Refuse To Be Comforted by Masereka Amos
I hear voices now and again
Of losses of a beloved dear wife
So false and true to believe in vain
I remember her scent and our life
O...

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Categories: writing, first love, funeral, goodbye,

My Time Has Come by Rev. Dr. Samuel Mack OMS DD
My Time Has Come

My time is over here in this body
I am being called home as my work is done here
I hear my Lords voice...

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Categories: writing, adventure, age, angel, beautiful,

Ding Dong The Wicked Witch is Dead by Dan Keir
Globally, miners jubilantly jump for joy
Smiles on the faces of every girl and boy
The grins of a newly opened Xmas toy
Thatcher’s dead.

Trade unionists bounce along...

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Categories: writing, adventure, angel, beautiful, business,

The Journey by Steven Fordyce
From time immemorial your story began
A hundred, a thousand, a million years and more
Your story past written a character just one
The tale of you bleeds...

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Categories: writing, christian, death, faith, farewell,