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  1. Moments Before

    • By Kelly Horn
    • Published: February 2006
    Funeral Poem Reminiscing On Quality Time Spent With Dad

    Moments before our walk that afternoon,
    I realized the path ended too soon.
    Not long enough to hold his hand,
    this amazing person, this loving man.

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  3. Grandma

    • By Alison
    • Published: April 2015
    Poem Remembering Grandma

    I've mourned your loss for quite some time
    Because old age and weariness took away your shine
    But I will never forget the way you were
    And the love and warmth I felt beside you

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  4. For My Baba

    • By Ingrid
    • Published: April 2011
    For The Love Of My Life

    I never got a chance to say goodbye
    And now when I think of you all I do is cry
    You left a message upon my heart
    One with which I shall never part...

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  6. You Will Be Missed

    • By Amber Hutcheson
    • Published: December 2013

    Every Christmas
    Every Birthday
    Every Mother's Day
    You will be missed. ...

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  7. Thou Art God

    Poem About The Loss Of A Child

    Though it's hard to comprehend
    why our child had to die,
    we'll not dwell upon the question
    nor will we ask God why. ...

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    My grandmother passed when I was 7 about 36 years ago. Her birthday is July 4th we are having a memorial service its her 85th birthday. I need a poem please.

  8. From The Very First Moment

    • By Patty Davis
    • Published: March 2011

    From the very first moment you were laid in my arms
    I wanted to protect you from all harms
    You were so small and precious, the perfect gift from above
    And in an instant I fell in love...

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    I've just lost my son who was 37, and my heart is breaking, but this poem is like me and Dan. Thank you.

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  10. My Grandmas Funeral

    My Grandma had so many fine qualities of which I will name a few,
    she had a generous caring nature and a loving heart too.

    My Grandma always saw the good in everyone, ...

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  11. Uncle

    • By Elizabeth
    • Published: November 2008

    Kind, loving, generous,
    cheeky, playful, adventurous.
    Full of laughter, full of fun,
    could get a smile from anyone....

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    I lost my dad 5 days ago. How I wish he could come back to me because I really miss him so much. Father, rest in peace. Until we meet again!

  12. The Bend In The Path

    • By Steven Brown
    • Published: April 2015
    Poem About God Walking With Us On Our Journey

    We are all on a journey
    A trek here on earth
    We are all on a path
    That started with birth

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    You are absolutely right, we need God every minute of the day to give us the strength to bear our burdens and trials, for God is in control and we just need to learn to trust him. If we think...

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  13. Just One More Yesterday

    I would trade all of my tomorrows for just one yesterday,
    I'd plan out everything I'd do and know just what to say.

    If I could take back time and pause yesterday...

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