Wife Death Poems

Poetry for the Loss of a Wife

When we take our vows and say, "until death do we part," we are lying to ourselves. Death only brings a physical departure. A marriage and the bond between a husband and wife make two people into one. That means that even when we lose a wife, we are still left with that special love that burns inside and never dies. That internal love burns on even if our wife is no longer with us. Clinging to that love inside of us, even if it can never be physically expressed, should carry us and sustain us in her passing.

Poems Honoring A Deceased Wife

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  1. My Soulmate

    Heartache Of Losing A Loved One

    I still say I Love You,
    But now there's no reply.
    I always feel your presence
    As if you never left my side.

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    I understand exactly how you feel and what you are saying. I lost my wife of 40 years 7 months ago (at the age of 56) to the same sickness. I miss her so much. We were so close. I talk to her...

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  3. One Last Kiss

    • By Marty Pijanowski
    • Published: October 2009

    I have fought the feelings
    And emotions inside
    That fills and empties me,
    Like a fast rolling tide.

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    This poem has made my day. I lost my sweetheart to Non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma on 22nd of October 2016 at. She had just turned 40 years. We got married in 2001 on January 9th, and we have two...

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  4. Reflections

    • By David John Love
    • Published: March 2015
    Poem About Remembered Feelings And Choices

    Remember all those happy days, those times she called our own
    In all those well-loved places where you now grieve alone.
    And those small endearing gestures, which you thought you knew so well,
    Are fading, as time passes, with her words, her kiss, her smell.

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    I lost my wife on my birthday this past January. She was in ICU for 3 months, and I didn't expect to lose her. We were married for 28 years and had been together for 32 years. I spent those...

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  6. The Leaving

    • By Colin Jarratt
    • Published: December 2008
    Poem About The Anger And Pain Of Losing Wife

    Is it truly selfish to want you back again?
    I could not calm your mind, I could not ease your pain;
    I thought my love would be enough to keep you here with me;
    But now I know that was never going to be.

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    This poem affected me deeply, summing up the emptiness of losing the one who makes you whole. On the 12th of July 2016 it will be 4 years since I lost my beautiful wife Jane. We had been...

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  7. Missing My Wife

    • By Ryan
    • Published: December 2011
    Poem About Being Lost Without Wife

    When I try to take a break
    and relax in my busy life,
    my heart, it does ache,
    and all I think is how I miss my wife.

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    On February 9, 2017, after 42 years together, I lost my wife, the love of my life and my best friend! As each day passes, I find it more and more difficult in dealing with her passing. Prior...

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  8. My Bride

    • By Brad Higgins
    • Published: April 2014
    Poem About Not Fearing Death

    When I had you, I was afraid to die.
    Now that you're gone, death is my friend; he is by my side.
    If he takes me today, I will go with a smile.
    Let others cope and heal for awhile.

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    Hello, my name is Patrick. It's so hard to type this, and am still in shock that I am doing so, but my gorgeous/brave/free_spirited wife who was only 33 years old passed away 2 weeks ago...

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  10. The Cross Of Snow

    In the long, sleepless watches of the night,
    A gentle face — the face of one long dead —
    Looks at me from the wall, where round its head
    The night-lamp casts a halo of pale light.

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  11. Pink Ribbon

    Poem About Wife Dying From Breast Cancer

    They said time would ease the pain.
    Every day I still feel the same.
    I wake every morning reaching for you,
    My pillow soaked with my tears like the morning dew.

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    Death Anniversary - I lost my wife to brain cancer on July 16, 2003. We were married for 5 years. We took her to the best hospital in Pakistan, and at third stage we thought we had beaten it...

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  12. Miss You On Your Birthday

    • By Ron Heath
    • Published: July 2013
    Poem Remembering Great Times Together

    Dear Stacy,

    All I ever wanted in this life
    Was for you to be my beautiful wife.

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  13. Little Signs

    Death Is Not The End

    When a loved one passes on,
    Their spirit never dies.
    And as we journey on alone,
    They're always by our side.

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    Gentlemen (and ladies),
    My heart goes out to you. I need help. I will be gone soon. My wife has had to endure my sufferings and deal with all that comes with my disease. Before marriage, I...

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