Poems About: FUNERAL
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- carpe diem
His battered old suit
simply his best
by not being worn read more »Dónall Dempsey
38.A Song For My Funeral
A Song For My Funeral
when they buried him read more »Suchoon Mo_
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
40.HIS FUNERAL SONG
Like it was almost yesterday
Because it took place read more »Aldo Kraas
41.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.
42.at the funeral they cried
At the funeral they cried,
So much sadness pouring out, it was a surprise
To know they’d hated her whilst she was still alive. read more »charlotte marie peachey
with easy starts
are not the first
ones to our hearts read more »Sean Joyce
44.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.
45.I Was Always Beaten
I was always already beaten
Before they'd dropped the flag
Blown the whistle
Fired off the starter pistol read more »Patti Masterman
My eyes aren't that innocent anymore
My ears have heard disturbing things
Someone killed the old me
No on came to my funeral read more »Triin Kann
47.Freedom of the Flame
Standing before all of those that have done her wrong
she screams to the writhing throng
'to you that have not thought me strong' read more »Jim Milks
48.Don't cry at your Funeral
It is very impolite to cry at your own funeral.
Not impolite to others, but to yourself.
upon those cold cheeks do your salty tears run like endless rivers. read more »Roger Naya