Spiritual Poems about Death

Spiritual Poems about Death

Death Poetry

Death is life's greatest mystery. What happens when our soul leaves our body is the most important question in the world. The answer will affect how we live our lives. The world is plagued with the question of what comes after this. When we are faced with the death of a friend or relative, we are stunned with grief. We don't understand, he was here and now he's not, where did he go? Where does the spirit go? The truth is that our soul knows of its eternal nature. If we ask our souls this question in a real way, we will find that we know that we are made from the stuff of eternity.

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I Love You Mom
How Can I Say Goodbye

Mom its been over a year now since
God and His Angels called you away.
Oh how the Angels rejoiced as you walked
Through those Pearly Gates that day !…

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The most painful thing that had ever and that will ever happen to me is that I lost my mom. So …

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A Trip To Heaven

I took a trip to heaven
But only in my mind
I wanted to know what it's like
To leave all you love behind.…

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I lost my dad May 2009 and to this day I'm still grieving the loss of him. My dad was the glue to …

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Poem From A Dying Soldier
  • by James Clark Jr
  • Published: Oct 2012
The Last Letter

A tear ran down her cheek
As she read the words he wrote
His dad sat at the table
With a lump in his throat…

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  • by Sue Walkinshaw
  • Published: Apr 2011
Life Beyond

I feel the warmth upon my face as I enter the land of God's good grace,
Friends and loved ones gone before, waiting here beyond the door.…

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I lost my son 3 years ago, and as a Christian Woman to lose a Son, this is the only thing that …

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  • by Malcolm D Warren
  • Published: Nov 2010
Home

When God reached down
And collected her soul
She reached up knowing
She had to go…

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We lost our daughter who was two months away from her 17th birthday in a terrible car accident …

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Father Comforts Daughter
  • by Theresa Mcdermott Cassidy
  • Published: Mar 2012
Child Of Mine

He's walking towards me surrounded by light
I can't believe this miraculous sight
It can't be him, I know he is dead
But as I look towards him, he's shaking his head…

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I'm 12 years old and I lost my mother to breast cancer at 7. She was like my conjoined twin we …

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Watched From Heaven
  • by Tori
  • Published: Jun 2008
Unanswered Questions

I know in my heart that you're here,
But why can't I feel you near me?

I search for the signs everywhere…

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After my father 's death, I felt lonely and alone. I always wished to wake up and hear my father …

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  • by Cicero
  • Published: Apr 2011
A Soldier's Winter

The day before it wasn't snowing.
After amber suns made our Earth now glowing.

The trees are strangers, leering, disapproving …

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  • by Bikki
  • Published: May 2012
My Best Friend

letting you leave,
so hard for me to do,
you were my angel.
you taught me everything I knew…

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  • by Corina Coburn
  • Published: Jan 2011
I Will See You Again

The sun shall rise,
and sure to set.
Her time has come,
have no regret.…

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My best friend George was the bravest man I have ever known. He was taken from us by the most evil …

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