Bereavement Poem Topics:
Parents of an Infant Poems
Featured Sympathy Poems:
Death of a Child by Sandy Eakle
Sorry I didn't get to stay. To laugh and run and play. To be there by your side. I'm sorry that I had to die.
Reluctance by Robert Frost
Out through the fields and the woods, And over the walls I have wended; I have climbed the hills of view, And looked at the world and descended; I have come by the highway home, And lo, it is ended.
No Person is Ever Truly Alone by Richard Fife
No person is ever truly alone. Those who live no more, Whom we loved, Echo still within our thoughts, Our words, our hearts.
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 ?
Save Me a Seat By Fred N. Cloninger Jr
My love, it's been a week since you went away. Honey, I miss you more and more each day. It seems like a dream that never ends, You were loved so much by your many friends.
Last Night I Had A Dream by Lisa G. Rodriguez
Last night I had a dream that you really left me, In this dream I begged to please not ever forget me, I'll tell you how it began, so this is how it starts, You sat on my bed with tears in your eyes and your hand over my heart...
To Mommy From Heaven by Sandra L. Garman
Mommy, don't cry, 'cause God is holding my hand and telling me everything is OK. Mommy, God said that I will never want for anything and I will still feel your love all the way up here.
Healing Tears by Pat Andrus
Do you wonder if the tears will ever stop? They steadily fall, unpredictably and unexpectedly. Like spring floods, these human raindrops pool into streams then seemingly flow into rivers. Like spring showers, they pop up, beat us down for a time, then just as suddenly, they dry up.
Inevitable Reality by Liz Waller
The clouds move on, the earth turns grey; The happiness I felt, has quickly gone away; The whisper of the wind, seems to call my name; I try to respond, but it seems I'm not the same; Time elapses slowly, into the universe;