Thanks for reading our sympathy poems. And now for the kiss of the wind, And the touch of the air's soft hands, With the rest from strife and the heat of life, With the freedom of lakes and lands.
Your memory is our keepsake. But we celebrate the life you lived And all the things you gave us; Our wonderful memories, Mom, of you Are the things that will comfort and save us.
Pumpkin gittin' good an' yallah Mek me open up my eyes; Seems lak it's a-lookin' at me Jes' a-la'in' dah sayin' "Pies. This sympathy poem is also a funeral poem that could be printed in a program. Here it is, and I'm so sorry for your loss. Put my ahm aroun' huh wais', Jump back, honey, jump back.
I wrote this pet sympathy poem to apply to the death of any pet. And a mantle, too, of the skies' soft blue, And a belt where the rivers run.
We have you in our heart. We often speak your name.
I wrote your name in the sky, but the wind blew it away. A touching or beautiful poem can help to feel better about your loss, can be used in a sympathy card to express condolence to someone, and poetry is likely to be well received by friends and family alike.
Mistah Tu'key keep on gobblin' At de geese a-flyin' souf, Oomph!