How To Write A Eulogy by Susanna Duffy
You're not even used to speaking in public and you're asked to present the eulogy. Where do you start ?
In Memoriam By George Santayana
With you a part of me hath passed away;
For in the peopled forest of my mind,
A tree made leafless by this wintry wind,
Shall never don again its green array.
Deaths of Flowers By Edith Joy Scovell
I would if I could choose,
Age and die outwards as a tulip does;
Not as this iris drawing in, in-coiling,
Its complex strange taut inflorescence, willing
Itself a bud again - though all achieved is
no more than a clenched sadness.
September By Jennifer Michael Hecht
Tonight there must be people who are getting what they want.
I let my oars fall into the water.
Good for them. Good for them, getting what they want.
Lost Love By Tommy P. O'Connell
I've made mistakes and its no disgrace, the final page that I can't erase,
even though I look back on my past,
could have loved you more could have made it last,
Time has changed me I hope you'll see,
Tears and Smiles By Brandy Morris
the only way to see her pain.
the only window to her heart.
Show so much of her emotion.
Light of Dawn By James E. Stanley
I light a candle every day, Hoping the pain will fade away,
But with the light of each new dawn,
Another day and your still gone.
A Spiritual Journey by Faye Kilday
Life is a spiritual journey from the first day of our birth, Life is a spiritual journey on this beautiful planet called earth.
Letting Go by Heather Marie Covaleski
Letting go of everything,
Everything I knew,
Surrendering for once and all,
Is just too hard to do...
Four Candles for You by Unknown
The first candle represents our grief. The pain of losing you is intense.
It reminds us of the depth of our love for you.
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