Poems about Funeral poems

Read poems about Funeral from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Funeral by going to the submit poem page.

94 results found / page 1 of 8
no image
Mother's Funeral by Herbert Nehrlich

It has been fun, she says at last.Pure shock spreadsquickly 'cross her face, from ear to ear.Yes, fifty years it's beenand time enoughfor shreds of hatredto mature into indifference.And

Not yet reviewed!
no image
The Funeral by Dan Brown

Hushed phone calls litter the day, andArouse my curiosity. Mum looks tired.Dad looks sad.I don’t understand.I’m told we’re going down South.To see Grandad.The journey is cold and static,

Not yet reviewed!
no image
African Funeral by onzia dan

They have arrived again my friend! To be with us againTo claim bond of relations with the deceasedAs if they were blood bond relatives with the fallen bloodYou see, with their crocodile faces and

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Funeral Eulogy by Howard Johnson

A day to say I am sorry A day to say I love you A day filled with unending feelingsA day filled with chocked emotionsYielding myself to showers of tearsThe shortness of life yields to death Not

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Maha-Bharata, The Epic Of Ancient India .. by Romesh Chunder Dutt

The death of Duryodhan concludes the war, and it is followed bythe lament of women and the funerals of the deceased warriors.IKuru Women visit the Battle-fieldSpake the ancient Dhrita-rashtra,

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Chambers (Funeral Home And Crematorium) .. by Joe Rosochacki

Forty body bags thrown atop with each otherLabeled for cremationAmong them were women, men, children, fathers, mothers, sister and brothersTo be burnt to ash, that was their destination, All reste

Not yet reviewed!
no image
. Haiku-Funeral by DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK

Bright day of autumn, springing Morning dews thin out, how pleasant itIs to make last journey…….Author: DEEPAK KUMAR PATTANAYAK

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Funeral For One by Kevin Patrick

It's the one thing I can't rehearse The final act where I have no linesOr watch the audience in the islesComplain of my performance in the role And sneer derision that he looks so oldAll powdered

Not yet reviewed!
no image
A Funeral by Juan Olivarez

I can see all things now.I can see so many tears.I can see so much pain, In so many faces.I can see it all so clearly now.I can sense the pain, In the souls passing by.I can feel hearts breakin

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Funeral Van Without His Coffin by NHIEN NGUYEN MD

I attended mass at church this morningThis was a funeral mass for Mr Jim.He was blessed with excellent longevity.Joining him at church were his wife, his grand children and great grandchildren.Th

Not yet reviewed!
no image
Flowers From A Funeral by Susan Lacovara

I thought if I took the flowers homeFlowers from a funeralFor a friendA friend whose face Looked unfamiliarUnaware I was even thereUnsure if she'd really careFor cotton candy carnationsLavende

Not yet reviewed!
no image
The Funeral Procession by Randy McClave

The funeral procession drove past my houseI bowed my head and I was quite as a mouse, In a solemn prayer I gave to the sadly departedAs I knew of the sadness and remorse of the fainthearted; One c

Not yet reviewed!