Aunt Death Poems

Poems for a Dead Aunt

Many aunts hold a special place in the hearts of their nieces and nephews. Aunts are often a source of good, unbiased advice and wonderful friendships. Understandably then, coping with the loss of an aunt can be especially difficult. Many people find solace in crying, talking, and writing about their aunt. Sharing special stories about an aunt with others and reliving shared experiences can keep her alive in memory. It is also a way to celebrate the value of life and family relationships and even validate our reason for living.

Farewell Tribute Poems for the Death of an Aunt


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  1. My Aunt

    • By Megan Stokes
    • Published: December 2007
    Death Of Aunt From Multiple Sclerosis

    I thought I saw her face today
    In the sparkle of the morning sun.
    And then I heard the angel say,
    "Her work on earth is done."

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    I lost my aunt last year during Thanksgiving Break. It was the day before Thanksgiving and I couldn't be with her because I was with my mother's side of the family. My father's side of the...

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  3. My Aunt Jean

    • By Joan C. Johnson
    • Published: February 2006
    Poem For An Aunt Who Died

    I close my eyes as I wipe a tear.
    I just keep wishing you were still here.
    I will hold all the memories deep in my heart.
    Through these memories we'll never part.

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    Just like you, I lost my beautiful Auntie early Friday morning. Her soul joined the sun while rising. She was diagnosed with cancer in June 2015. It was a long, fierce battle. She used to...

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  4. God Took Another Angel Home

    • By Christina Wallace
    • Published: September 2009
    Mourning Poem

    You laid there in that hospital
    bed; you tried so hard to hold on.

    God was calling you home. He needed

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    This poem is dedicated to my Aunt Jody. She took her last breath today with all of her loved ones surrounding her. She was a courageous woman that lost her battle to cancer at the age of 61....

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  6. Dedicated To My Aunt

    • By Natalyvasquez
    • Published: June 2011

    Life is too short.
    It's not enough,
    but we must understand
    that if we live it in love and faith,

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    My aunt was 34, and I loved her so much. She will be missed.

  7. Missing You

    • By Danielle Anglin
    • Published: March 2015
    Poem About Wishing We Didn't Have To Say Goodbye

    Life is full of pain and sorrow,
    You're here today,
    Gone tomorrow.

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    • Rating 4.28
  8. I Reckon

    • By Kayla
    • Published: January 2008
    Remembering Dead Aunt

    I reckon I miss you
    and I probably always will
    this is so hard to get over
    like swallowing a bitter pill...

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    • Stories 3
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    • Favorited 9
    • Votes 383
    • Rating 4.26
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    My aunt just died a week ago. Thank you for your poem. It hasn't been easy. Your poem made me feel better.

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  10. Poem About The Death Of A Loved One

    • By Aimee
    • Published: May 2012

    I know that you're dead and you're gone for good
    It's hard to accept, but now I've understood
    Nothing lasts forever, even if it's good or it's bad
    Now you're up in heaven; it makes me feel glad...

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    God we don't ask you to make our lives easier but we ask for the strength to give us to face our problems, our lives and our enemy

  11. I Felt It Break

    • By Mickayla
    • Published: June 2010

    I took a walk to try to ease my mind and get over your goodbyes.
    Though I know you're in a better place, surely God must know I want you back.
    Later that night I shed a tear, the one I've been saving for you
    and I could cry anymore after that....

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    • Stories 3
    • Shares 175
    • Favorited 6
    • Votes 211
    • Rating 4.11
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    My aunt just passed away 7 days ago, and I just keep feeling lost without out her. She represented a mother figure to me. She was always there for me to comfort me in every way and to help me...

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  12. My Everything

    • By Esha Dorsey
    • Published: May 2008
    Death Is Not The End

    When you feel like you've lost everything
    because you lost the one who was your everything,
    think about all the good things,
    the fun you had ,

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    This poem hits home for me. One month ago today, the love of my life passed away suddenly but not violently (9/05/2018). To state that I was sad is an understatement. But she and I both being...

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  13. Heaven's #1 Angel

    • By Genovie
    • Published: November 2012
    Poem To An Aunt Who Died Too Young

    Auntie, I miss you.
    I'm now 13.
    Every day you're with me, but it's not the same.
    We didn't see each other often, which makes it harder......

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    I'm 11, my aunt died of drug overdose. She was like my sister I preferred her over my mom I could tell her anything. We always would talk we didn't see each other much but we were planning to...

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