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Poem Details | by Allan Granstrom |
Categories: devotion, faith, friendship, hope, love, upliftingme,

Everyone Has To Go

If you were looking for me 
I had to go.
God was calling you see
and I couldn't say no.
Don't be sad 
it's a happy day.
Just be glad
we had yesterday.
We had some fun 
and we had some laughs.
But it's not done.
Not by half.
God called me
but I'm still here.
You just can't see
but I'm with you dear.
I'll be watching over you
and I'll love you forever.
So what ever you do
don't ever say never.
I'll see you again.
God told me so.
Good-bye now my friend.
Everyone has to go.


Poem Details | by Laurel Larison |
Categories: family, father, children, happiness, life, loss, love, dad, miss you, heaven, dad, heaven, miss you, i love you,

My Father

I miss you dad every single day
The wonderful Times I remember 
Are the times we spent together going 
To dinner and church
The times I will cherish always on this earth
Your gentle ways and smiles and hugs
Made Life worthwhile for this is true
Forever you are missed in my heart and soul
But the forever is Heaven and you are there basking
In the Light of the Lord
I miss you dad and loved you so much 
But eternity is yours to no longer hurt
Cancer is what took you far too soon
I am always remembering your hugs and 
I loved you so much too.
Eternity is there for you now and forever
Remember I love you and Kisses from here
to you in the forever they call Heaven from earth

Poem Details | by donna phillips |
Categories: death, loss, love, love, me,

Tad

 You was the love of my dreams.
With you my dreams came true.
 But everything is not as it seems.
I was always so very blue.
 There were times I hated to come home.
My love became a obsession.
 There were times I felt so alone.
That left me with many of questions.
 So many times I hated you.
There where times I wanted to kill you.
 All I could see was just us two.
You did not stay true.
 You asked of me way to much.
I gave you everything you asked for.
 My soul you did touch.
But left lost and at war.
 You where the love of my life.
And now you are gone.
 But you were my wife.

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: lost love, on writing and words

EPITAPH OF LOVE

Lost
for words,
writers' block-
everything
said ?

Lost
for love,
broken up-
my emotions
dead


Poem Details | by kaci barnes |
Categories: death, family, father, loss, love, sympathy, teen, heart, heart, love, i love you,

Forever In My Heart

A million times I've needed you
A million times I've cried
If love alone could have saved you
You never would have died
In life I loved you dearly
In death I love you still
In my heart you hold a place
No one can ever fill
It broke my heart to lose you
But you did not go alone                                            
A part of me went with you
The day GOD called you home
Your precious memory is my keepsake
With which I'll never part
GOD has you safely in HIS keeping
But I have you forever in my heart

Poem Details | by Sarah Cassleman |
Categories: anniversary, death, dedication, devotion, family, farewell, funeral, goodbye, grandfather, grief, heaven, inspirational, life, love, memory, prayer, religious, spiritual, tribute, uplifting, war,

Grandfather

Here lies the best Grandfather,
One who was very considerate.
Remembering him as a child,
I would sit on his lap.
He was a rare person indeed.
He was a colonel in the Army.
Also superlative of a gentelman.
Here lies the best grandfather,
May he rest in peace.

Poem Details | by Eire Toyekoyah |
Categories: baby, feelings, love, native american,

My little star

MY LITLLE STAR IN THE SKY
PLEASE REMEMBER WHEN I CRY
THESE TEARS I SHED ARE FOR YOU
I HOPE YOU'LL THINK OF ME TOO
WHEN YOU DANCE IN THE SKY 
YOU WILL STILL BE THE SUN IN MY EYES
WHEN YOU SING AMONG THE CLOUD
I WILL BE NOTHING BUT PROUD
WHEN YOU SWIM AMONG THE MILKY WAY
I HOPE FOREVER YOUR HAPPINESS WILL STAY
MY LITTLE STAR 
MY HEART WILL BE WITH YOU NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE

Poem Details | by Patrick Cornwall |
Categories:

Love

Love is a leaf in the wind

Floats and blows and spins

Settles for a moment but a gust 

The gust steals it 

It settles on a lawn

But the wind snatches

Spins and flutters

Zigzagging the leaf

Till it is raked into a pile

Carried to the mulch

The leaf turns into dirt

The dirt is used to grow food

Or the leaves are raked 

And burned and the fire

Love is burnt till none

Poem Details | by Mark Goodson |
Categories: death, love, romance, wife,

The Perfect Woman

The Perfect Woman

“She loved me- she loved me not” 
And she sung “Stand by Your Man”
When the moment was right 
She would wiggle a bit  
Taking my manly hand
Of course she could cook
 I married her biscuits
 I did I did I did
The perfect women the one I married
Her voice no longer gets mad 

Poem Details | by Cynthia Alvez |
Categories: love,

The Long Good-bye

Good-bye sweet ecstacy
Farewell to kisses that betrayed!
I was not wise as thought to be,
My heart would not behave.

Cynthia



Poem Details | by Dave Timperley |
Categories: life, loss, love, me, me, time,

Let me go

When my time on earth is over,
And the end of the road is reached,
I have no room for a gloom filled room,
I'll be happy, for God I have reached.

Miss me a little, but not too much,
And not with remorse in your heart,
Remember the love that we shared,
Yes , miss me, but let me depart.

It's part of God's plan, the road I am on,
We all in turn must travel alone,
Our Father decides the time and the place,
From where He calls us home.

So, when you feel lost and sad in your heart,
Turn to friends that you trust and know,
Leave your sorrows behind, they do you no good,
For your sake, just miss me, but please, let me go.

© Dave Timperley  2011

Poem Details | by Susan Schebe |
Categories: dedication, miss you, mom, people, age, age, i love you,

The Woman I Never Knew

She looked like an angel
Sitting there in her bed
Everybody loved her
She had a great sense of humor
They say I am like her
I am very honored.
She was my dear mother.

She was a very sick lady.
She had tuberculosis and stomach cancer
She left me and this old world at the age of forty-five
I was age five
Mom I love you and I miss you.

Poem Details | by iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death, love, nature,

Epitaph on a Nameless Grave


 I've heard roots digging underground for me'

 they need my concentrated pain to blossom

 in whispered scent of angels bringing Spring

 and pure white Hope of finding ageless Love

Poem Details | by Linda Long |
Categories: life, lost love, sad, wife,

Epitaph

“you’re killing me….”
words that I hung in the air,
a prophecy that resonates through sleepless nights
my heart said goodbye to itself
that chilling evening in early August
how sacred the hidden treasure of a wife and mother
how broken the memories 
how haunting the path not taken

Poem Details | by A.E. Rivenbark |
Categories: death, jealousy, love, mythology,

Hyacinth

He stole the heart of the Sun
Charmed the western wind
Then on a whim
He played a game with them
at the greatest cost
It was a terrible fight
For by jealousy's might
And the discus's flight
Hyacinth's life was lost

Poem Details | by Robert A. Dufresne |
Categories: love, mother, , Lullaby,

In Memoriam 5th poem

WE SEE LILACS TOUCHED WITH DEW,
SHIMMERING IN THE MORNING SUN,
WE SEE THE FIRST ROBIN, 
RED BREASTED AND EAGER,
EVER A SIGN THAT SPRING HAS COME
A GOLDEN SUN
SPLASHING IT'S ENDLESS COLORED PAINTINGS
ON A CANVAS OF BLUE,
WE SEE A MOTHER TEACHING HER CHILDREN TO PRAY,
WE HEAR THE LULLABY, THE LAUGHTER,
...AND WE SEE YOU...

5th poem on the soup 
written 11/9/09

Poem Details | by Greg Slode Smith |
Categories: love,

What Separates Us From Zombies

 I have never seen Love as anything , but a way of life. A feeling that can be a main driving force, a motivation to be confident and successful , to know and experience this gift you have given with all your heart with no expectations. To stand by with care and selflessness,except to better yourself and carry on through life knowing you did your best to help at least one individual in any way you could.

Poem Details | by E.J. Smith |
Categories: death, sad, love,

March, 1997

A veil of darkness
Fallen on the town
There's a monster here
A sweet, innocent life cut down.
One so free who knew no fear
Why be afraid
With love so constantly near?
For love is what he was
Helping others, always giving.
Now, selfish, twisted, murderous ways
Means our "Little Mark" is no longer living
Among us with his smile so sweet
But will spend eternity's days
At the Father's feet.

Poem Details | by Robin Maughan |
Categories: death, father, love,

Oh Father

Oh Father,
Once bursting of life,
Has been taken abruptly,
Replaced me with strife.
Your laughter and friendship
suddenly stripped away,
A child again, I shall sit upon your lap.
I await that glorious day.
Oh Father,
Your pure body soon to diminish,
Your spirit radiates inside mine,
This love of ours has no finish.
A fresh beginning so divine.



Poem Details | by Raina Hutchins |
Categories: angst, death, hope, loss, love, sad, uplifting,

Lee's Verse


Whenever a tunnel of darkness descends

Remember... there's always a light at the end

Face all your fears, and follow your dreams

For nothing is ever as bad as it seems

Things may go wrong, but don't be afraid

Lessons are learned from mistakes that are made

Life is not painless, but never despair

Just reach deep inside...and your strength will be there..


Raina Hutchins




For Lee, my son-in-law, who was so very special to me.

Life will never be the same again... 
I will miss you for always xxxx

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death, love, people,

OUT OF FOCUS

His
window
on the world-
her epitaph
read.

Poem Details | by Chukwuemeka Anyikwa |
Categories: love,

Ink of the Heart

 The evils of the world have left me speechless and avoidably daunted. 
My dearest compatriots, the understanding we seek is for only the good time in time. 
We are our own, our doing and undoing. 
Truth be told I am dumbfounded. 
What should I say?  
May the spirits help out. 
I am in love.

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: angst, death, loss, lost love, nature,

Whispers Of An Angry Wind

With blaring voice, You've stolen her life away. I think, My heart shall ne'er mend. Caused you the trees to snap, And sway. Now the softness of your voice, Scarcely causes the grass to bend.

Poem Details | by Dave Timperley |
Categories: christian, god, love,

Come My Lord Jesus

Vacate these premises when my lease runs out,
When my time comes, and it will no doubt.
My God leaves with me, to take me home,
For where I have lived has been sparse and bare,
Compared to the Mansion where He resides there.
Why Lord, I have to ask, have you chose me,
A lowly driver to live with thee?
All my life I tried so hard to please others.
I was ignored by my own sisters and brothers.
It can only be the love You have for such as me,
That allows me to come and abide with Thee.
So I thank you Lord in advance of the day.
That you send Your Son Jesus to lead me away.

© Dave Timperley 05 September 2016

Poem Details | by Gregory Cox |
Categories: love

My wife is gone

Thirty five years oh so fine
I woke up each night was she really there?
I touched her hand brushed her hair
Smiled together so much to share
Well what now she’s gone you see?
How will I walk alone? 
If I call she won’t answer the phone
The world is dark where my sun once shone
It was this morning she’s up and gone
Lord, treat her special she was to me
Take her close to sit by your knee
Let her be there, if not with me
I don’t know what I will do
Feels like the best of life has gone to you
February 1, 2011 my wife just died and gone to heaven
Lord I hurt so bad