Top 100 Poems About: FUNERAL


In this page, poems on / about “funeral” are listed.
  • 1.
    Poetry Can Damage Your Health

    The day my doctor died of smoking
    I bought myself a fat cigar -
    I realised he must be joking,
    His funeral was so bizarre: read more »

    John Thorkild Ellison
  • 2.
    Life and Death

    Life and Death
    by Alex Lewis

    Life was born when Death died read more »

    Alex Lewis
  • 3.
    *Funeral Song*

    You told me the song to play at your funeral
    As if I can think that far ahead
    I haven't even held your hand
    or kissed your face read more »

    Alien Girl
  • 4.
    its hard to kno you didnt you, couldnt cry

    Its always too hard say godbye to someone you love and its even worst if you can never find yourself to cry

    every time i think about it never getting the chance to say goodbye but still never crying at the fact your no longer here it makes me die over and over inside its make feel as if i didnt care enough about you to shed tears as i paid my respects when you were once one of the most important aspects in my life read more »

    nika lockhart
  • 5.
    I had a thought on your funeral...

    Eighty years of life
    on this Earth
    Was it worth?
    I had a thought on your funeral. read more »

    Anshul Gupta
  • 6.
    5ense of Happyness

    you can't see the sun if you're staring at the ground
    and all is dark from behind closed eyes.

    the birds do sing, louder than sorrow; read more »

    Pete O'H
  • 7.
    Grandma has Died

    Grandma has died

    We are going to her funeral read more »

    Kyndle Harper
  • 8.
    Mom's Lovely Day

    There she was again
    In their living room
    A woman racked with pain and shivering
    Impending doom Clench your teeth in rage read more »

    Brent Henry
  • 9.
    The Good Funeral

    There may be a heaven
    Sealed in the dark
    Then there's no denial
    About life here on earth read more »

    Matt Ullman
  • 10.
    Cry of the fatherless son

    I will not mourn my father's death
    I won't even be struck by his death.
    I will not contribute a coin to buy his coffin,
    Or for the funeral which I won't even attend. read more »

    Kimani wa Mumbi
  • 11.
    My Rainbow

    Red- like the blood gushing from each of my wounds
    Orange- like the paintings in the morgue
    Yellow- like the wilting daffodil lying on my casket
    Green- like the dress you wore to my funeral read more »

    Shanna Stewart
  • 12.
    What is Black?

    What is Black?

    Black is the night,
    Closing in around you read more »

    Taylor MacDonald
  • 13.
    mrs.claxon

    on top of old smokey all covered in blood
    we shot mrs. claxon with a 44-slug i went to
    her funeral i went to her grave every body threw roses
    but i threw granades they think she went to heaven read more »

    cheyenne brown
  • 14.
    Happiness-Sadness Diamante

    Happiness
    Glad, cheerful
    Laughing, playing, frolicking
    Victories, holidays, funerals, losses read more »

    Philip Doolittle
  • 15.
    Oxymorons

    We shout in whispers
    and tell white lies,
    Give silent cries
    and like gray skies read more »

    Paper Cut
  • 16.
    Lonely Funeral

    An unforgiving memory conspicuously brought back to existence
    The beginning of the end has only begun
    You can douse the corpse in cough syrup, but your timing’s a little off
    You seem to have murdered your own heart read more »

    Manny Negron
  • 17.
    Funeral Weather

    Walking in the rain
    Catching the raindrops
    As we laughed in love
    Was fun with you, gentle you read more »

    Narcissus Starlight
  • 18.
    Funeral

    I'm Standing At Your Funeral Ready To Say Good Bye
    I'm Standing at your funeral ready to cry read more »

    Kristina Bowman
  • 19.
    Black Funeral song

    All clad in black,

    Others in forms of sack. read more »

    Ephraim Kenyanito
  • 20.
    Welwichia Mirabilis

    The witches of Mirabilis still
    race to crossroads, eat leeches
    and attend funerals of heathens read more »

    Bobsammy Munyoki
  • 21.
    IF I DIE YOUNG

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    Master Mabunda
  • 22.
    Funeral Becomes a Must

    Funeral of the Mind
    becomes must though should not
    Aggregation-and-Aggravation
    be in halt. read more »

    Roseville Nidea
  • 23.
    Funerals and Marriages

    I’ve forgotten acts of kindness or to wish
    people happiness if they can find it anywhere. I
    would, if I could, help the bereaved furtively after
    the mourners have eaten and left. read more »

    Robin S Ngangom
  • 24.
    The Broken Love Song

    Sitting, sitting, waiting for the music to stop
    The music plays over and over again
    My eyes wander, my sight blurred
    My mouth lets out whispers and sighs read more »

    A.B. Black Waltz
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