Funeral Poem Reviews

Have you heard a particularly amazing poem at a funeral and you want to tell everyone about it? Did you hear a poem and you want to find out what it is called? Do you want to dedicate a poem to someone you love that has passed away? Leave your questions and comments below on the Heavenly White Doves funeral poem reviews page.

 

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I was searching the net today for a poem in which to remember my son's best friend, who sadly took his own life at the age of 25. Read More...

The world may never notice
If a Lily doesn't bloom,
Or even pause to wonder...Read More...

Our little sweetheart we know you can hear us no matter where you are, and every time we look at the sky we know you're the biggest star! Read More...

A wife, a mother, a grandma, 
A sister, a sister-in-law and Aunty too,
This is the legacy we have...Read More...

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Funeral Poem Reviews

I miss the warmth of your gentle hug and the love I felt when my arms were wrapped around you. Read More...

My Loved Ones, please don’t mourn for me;
I’m still here, though you don’t see.
I’m right by your side each night and day...Read More...

We are connected,
My child and I, by
An invisible cord
Not seen by the eye.

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Hi I found this poem online while looking for something that captured my Gran ... Read More....

 

Your joy is your sorrow unmasked.
And the selfsame well from which your laughter rises was oftentimes filled with your tears. Read More...

The poem I am looking for is about a sail that moves away from land until it can hardly be seen....then is sighted from the other side. Read More...

When we lose the ones we love
it leaves an empty space
within our hearts, Read More...

When I am dead
Cry for me a little
Think of me sometimes
But not too much Read More...

The tide recedes but leaves behind
bright seashells on the sand.
The sun goes down... Read More...

This is the poem that was read during the funeral in the movie "Four Weddings and a Funeral" Read More...

God saw you getting tired. When a cure was not to be,
He closed his arms around you and whispered, "Come to Me". Read More...

Don't think of him
as gone away-
his journey has just begun Read More...

Dad, I thought of you again today
Sadness began to fill my heart, 
because I was your baby girl...Read More...

Would like to know the title and author of the following poem a friend shared with me...Read More...

Wonderful memories of days gone by
Those thoughts I hold so dear.
My mum... Read More...

Life is too short, 
It is not enough.
86 years God loaned her to us... Read More

This is a beautiful poem I read at my sister's funeral. Patty was a rare human being...wonderful, kind, loving, wise, and unique. Read More...

"Welcome, my child, I'm glad you are here,
Where there is no sorrow, worry or fear,
Now open the gift...Read More....

Go placidly amidst the noise and haste; and remember what peace there may be in silence. Read More...

David always said; “You can get more seed in a crooked row.” They may not be the straightest rows as you look across the field
But all the seed was planted with love...Read More....

My body may be gone,
But my spirit lives on,
The sun will always shine,
And you will always be mine,

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You've died a thousand times before but your body did remain
With each abuse you heaped upon yourself and the collapse of one more vein.

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Was I not meant to hold you,
Safe within my arms,
To protect you from the world,
And any who meant you harm. Read More...

You're gone from this earth but not from our hearts.
We will see you soon when we meet at the heaven gates.
It's not goodbye, it's see you later. Read More...

How to describe a person, in just a couple of words?
How to portray all those years, in just a few short lines? Read More...

Another woman you'll never meet
to take the place of someone so sweet
her love and caring so divine
you'd want to be near her...Read More...

As you stand in grief,
You see our god as a thief,
For stealing me away...Read More...

Say rather, "He has arrived."
And not that, "He has gone."
May every thought of him,
Be in that Land of Dawn. Read More...

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