Poems About: FUNERAL
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49.Armies Of Ghosts
Commotion is stronger to feel when near,
The agitating sphere crazes us when to adorn.
Censure must be made of the despicable,
A funeral has appeared openly for those back. read more »Naveed Akram
I went to a funeral today
Fear died and we buried it six feet deep
Everyone cheered nobody cried read more »tony haynes
51.the mother sparrow grieves upon the untimely death of her beloved fledgling
today, there is no grand funeral
like that of the death of
a statesman read more »RIC S. BASTASA
52.How important a woman is!
Visit a funeral where it was of a man.
Visit a funeral where it was of his wife.
Take attendance and count the mourners.
It will tell how important the woman had been. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
53.Funerals are a Festival
An old lady was dead. She was my father’s
Mother’s elder sister, who brought him up
After his mother’s death when he was at seven.
I went with him to attend the funeral. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
54.Gratitude For Future
If you were great,
Your funeral would pull fewer crowds.
If your sons were great,
Then your funeral would pull much crowd. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
Full of feverish people
wanting out of the doors
Don't want to deal with their ever increasing sores read more »Jessica Stubbs
Kith and kin are there to make their presence
In the marriages and the funerals held.
Sons and daughters are stationed to conduct
The funeral and quarrel over their shares. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
57.Bedside Viduals For Who?
bedside given viduals
for dead or dying
which comforts most? read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
Watching your funeral to see the love,
Painless death, lack ring dove. read more »Ailish Canning
59.Let Me Embrace Lonely Distance
First, I got the message you were sick
then the message that you were admitted
then came the message of your death. read more »Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
Going to a funeral should only be for the widowed wife
Who has been married to her husband all her dreary, bleary life,
A funeral means nothing for those else who tag along,
Pretending their mock-sadness and always saying something wrong! read more »Neil Milliner