In Memory Poems

In Memory Poems

Poems In Memory of Loved Ones

The act of creating a poem is a memorial for one who has passed away. It is an act of spirituality. A memorial tells the world that while our loved one may be gone his or her spirit lives on. This individual will forever be tied together in the circle of life. Our Loved One's life mattered and continues to matter. Their acts of goodness and courage will never be forgotten. A memorial is a way to remember a loved one forever.

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My Memory Library

Imagine if I was given one moment,
just a single slice of my past.
I could hold it close forever,
and that moment would always last.…

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This month has been rough for me in 2008 in this month, on the first day of June my cousin died in …

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Friend Is An Angel Poem
  • by Alex
  • Published: Jul 2011
You're My Star, My Dear

The beam shines down,
The rays so bright,
The stars come forward,
At the dead of night.…

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  • Stories 1
  • Emailed 17
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I love this poem! It has such a special meaning to me. I lost my ex-husband who was also my dear …

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  • by Melinda K. Hayes
  • Published: Feb 2006
Love You Brother

JIMMY JIMMY COCOA POP
Let me see your smile.
We'll run down to the fallen pine
and play for just a while.…

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  • Votes 59
  • Rating: 4.54
  • by Jayne Wallislush
  • Published: May 2011
Dad

Each day I wake to start a day that's normal as can be.
Some cooking, cleaning, paperwork, as busy as a bee.

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  • Stories 3
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  • Votes 99
  • Rating: 4.53
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I'm so sorry for your loss I lost my father 6 years ago on the 29 of December which was 9 days …

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Poem About Suicide and Grief
  • by C Cuthbert
  • Published: 4/9/2014
Braveheart

Aching hearts,
Endless wars,
Brave-heart warriors and falling stars.
They shine so bright blinding our eyes, …

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  • by Louise Bailey
  • Published: Feb 2006
Memories

I feel a warmth around me
like your presence is so near,
And I close my eyes to visualize
your face when you were here,…

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  • Rating: 4.52
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My sons father, was murdered on 11-28-12 I was a witness to his murder he was shot I stood by his …

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Meet You At The Gate

A beautiful garden now stands alone,
missing the one who nurtured it
But now she is gone,
Her flowers still bloom, and the sun it still shines,…

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Thank you for the Poem - My Sister went to the Hospital - think that she was that sick - She …

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  • by Napua
  • Published: Mar 2010
Memories

Since the day the skies turned gray
It was then I thought of you
As the rain pondered upon my tin-roof
Tears from my eyes shown how much I missed you…

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  • Rating: 4.43
  • by Gwyneth F. Poole
  • Published: Feb 2006
My Father, The Trainer

The man's name was Dick, he had no other.
He came at a time when names were no bother.
He was born one of many, maybe lost in the crowd,
His mother died young, he cried so loud.…

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  • Rating: 4.43
  • by Leah Hendrie
  • Published: Feb 2008
In Memory Of My Dad

If I could write a story
It would be the greatest ever told
Of a kind and loving father
Who had a heart of gold…

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  • Rating: 4.41
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I lost my Dad on September 28, 2012 to heart failure, he was a young 82 years old. He was getting a …

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