Poems About: FUNERAL
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109.February 21 - whose birthday today?
If you saw the film 'Four Weddings and a Funeral'
you'd have been moved maybe to tears
by his 'Funeral Blues'; read more »Michael Shepherd
110.Sorry I missed your funeral.
Will you ever forgive, me for missing your funeral?
You might have seen the pain I felt when I heard you passed
Every time I see your picture
My heart just pours out read more »Nangamso Ndikandika
fending the ending,
pending, you wait read more »William Pryor
112.Ballade Of The Hardy Annual
Many a jest that refuses to die
Bobs up again as the seasons appear;
Deathless it hits us again in the eye-
Changeless and dull as the calendar year. read more »Franklin P. Adams
113.At Our Funeral
Have you been to a funeral yet, after The Lord you have met?
A special funeral for all of us, who have come to Christ Jesus,
A funeral of your independence, as your heart, to God relents,
When indeed, you die to self, now alive in The Savior’s wealth. read more »Bob Gotti
114.The Funeral Song
Who will sing the funeral songs of mine?
O my dear heart
Think and observe all the elements
Than answers the question truly read more »Md. Moniruzzaman
115.Afternoon in February
The day is ending,
The night is descending;
The marsh is frozen,
The river dead. read more »Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
116.The Parting Pain -new-
The funeral is just over
All are back at home
The head count is less by one
My beloved isn’t seen any more. read more »Amitava Sur
117.Play Jolly Music at My Funeral
I’ve taken in recent years to thinking about my funeral
and have decided to make one paramount request:
play jolly music at that ritual.
What good does it do to heap on dirges read more »Richard Greene
118.Funeral end for my friend
I am standing at your funeral
Ready to say good bye
I am standing here read more »Howard Johnson
119.A Day Will Come
A day will come when I will die,
I won't want you to sit and cry.
I want instead from all, a smile,
Ignore the fixed funeral style. read more »Mal Sharp
120.A Public But Solitude Suicide
Tremendous corruption and greed
overwhelm a young boy's soul
he looks towards elders and plead
although he doesn't realize the world is cold. read more »Daniel Warner