Death Moving On Poems

Poems about Moving On after Death

Research has shown that people live longer when they are surrounded by people they love. We are beings that thrive in community and it is not healthy to deny ourselves human contact. For people that live alone, even a pet has been shown to increase the lifespan for as much as five to seven years. Those of us that have blessed with family have been given a gift. They can join you in time of celebration and also in times of tragedy. Having a family to support you as you go through life is of monumental importance.

Poems about Moving On With Life After The Death Of a Loved One

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  1. Brothers

    • By Steve Mason
    • Published: August 2012
    Poem Celebrating The Life of A Brother

    From the depths of my heart, come the words of a brother,
    where our souls and our minds, are like that of no other.
    The spirit of competition, will always be there,
    in the look of our eyes, and the glance of our stare....

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  3. My Angel

    • By Cjr1217
    • Published: August 2010

    I wake up in the morning
    And I look up to the sky
    I wonder why he took you
    before I said good-bye ...

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    Sweetheart, I have a similar story just like yours, and I felt if I gave that friend a ride like he asked he wouldn't have driven off a cliff. He also saved all the people in the van. He...

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  4. Angels In The Stars

    • By Sara Manis
    • Published: March 2011

    God saw I was getting tired
    as he put his arms around me
    as he whispered come with me
    ...

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    I was touched by poem. I miss my brothers, father, grandfather, grandma, niece and too many to mention.

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  6. In Our Hearts

    Poem About Losing A Father

    We thought of you with love today,
    But that is nothing new.
    We thought about you yesterday
    And days before that, too.

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    I lost my wonderful Dad, Harry, just before Christmas 2016 aged 96 years. I am the only child, and he lived right across the road from me, in the house I lived in with him from the age of 5....

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  7. Letter From Heaven

    • By Crystal Baptiste
    • Published: May 2010

    Hey everybody,
    I hope this doesn't reach you too late.
    I don't want you to worry,
    Because life up here is great....

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    I would like to say to you my dear Sister in Christ I know how and what you feel. I, too, lost a loved one. Her name was Stella. She had stage 4 cancer of the ovaries. There is not a day that...

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  8. Daddy Are You There?

    • By Sara
    • Published: December 2007
    Life Without Daddy

    Daddy, is that you, in that coffin fast asleep?
    Is that you daddy?
    The same person that made mummy weep?
    Why are they lowering you into the ground?...

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    Alysa, I lost my Dad when I was 41. He was 67. He had never been sick a day in his life! I had called him while on the road and told him I would see him in an hour. When I arrived, I had a...

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  10. Little House

    • By Justin
    • Published: May 2010
    In Heaven There Are Many Mansions

    In heaven there are many mansions
    Each and everyone is sparkling new
    But I don't need a great big mansion
    Just a little house will do,...

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    Thank you for writing and sharing this. My father, my hero, is almost finished his Earthly life. I am assisting my family in planning his funeral and, among other things, I have been tasked...

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  11. Life Is But A Dream

    Losing A Loved One

    I am lying next to you, awake now while you sleep,
    For death has just released me, yet in your dream you weep.
    If only you could see me, so peaceful and serene,
    But you must live a little more and carry on the dream,

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  12. Watch The Rain

    • By Mikki Jenks
    • Published: April 11, 2018
    Dealing With The Loss Of A Loved One

    If you are hurting,
    In pain,
    Empty in any way,
    Watch the rain.

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  13. Everything Happens For A Reason

    • By Katie
    • Published: April 2014
    With You After Death Poem

    Picture

    Words left unwritten
    A box with a lock unfound
    If only you were here, safe and sound
    ...

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    In 1974, my husband of 6 1/2 years and father of our two sons, aged 22 months and 4 years, committed suicide. He placed a 38 pistol in his mouth and pulled the trigger. Our sons were...

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