Longfellow’s A Gleam of Sunshine
Jan09

Longfellow’s A Gleam of Sunshine

This is one of my favorite sympathy poems. I think it’s a beautiful tribute. A Gleam of Sunshine by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow This is the place. Stand still, my steed, Let me review the scene, And summon from the shadowy Past The forms that once have been. The Past and Present here unite Beneath Time’s flowing tide, Like footprints hidden by a brook, But seen on either side. Here runs the highway to the town; There the...

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Funeral Poems for Mom

Below you will find funeral poems for Mom. Some are of these sympathy mother poems are classics and some are written exclusively for our site. To find all of the funeral poems funeral poems offered on this site visit that page. Thank you for visiting. She is Gone by David Harkins You can shed tears that she is gone
or you can smile because she has lived. You can close your eyes and pray that she’ll come back 
or you can open...

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More Poems of Sympathy

The poems of sympathy below were written exclusively for SympathyCardsandMessages.com and are for your personal use for your sympathy cards and bereavement cards. If you would like to read more original sympathy poems visit this page or you can see an index of all the best poems for funerals and sympathy poetry on that page. At times it feels like the world is lost When loved ones go away. The world’s not lost it just moves on From...

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Sympathy Card Verses
Nov11

Sympathy Card Verses

Sympathy card verses are a great choice for wording for your sympathy cards, because it’s so hard to know what to say. Perhaps some of the world’s greatest writers have already written the words to express what is in your heart. Here are some selected verses and quotations for some of the most famous poets (and Shelly’s famous poem in its entirety). Sympathy Poem Excerpts He kept at true good humour’s mark The...

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Sympathy Poems
Nov08

Sympathy Poems

Poems of Sympathy Our Loved Ones remain in hearts and minds Despite how pain deceives. The cherished times are eternal, Shared joys never leave. *** We all know you’re lost And that you’re in pain, That you’re looking for light, And it seems all in vain We’re all sharing your grief You’re at the front of our minds We’ll give what we can, Our strength and our time. And in time you will start To accept the sorrow, To put yesterday back...

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