Selected Sympathy Poems
A Child's Grief by M.S. Lowndes
Lord you care so much, For the tears of a hurting child, Who has felt the grief of tragedy, Now no longer wears a smile.
The Ninth Pallbearer by Dale E. Harmon
It was so sad, With a tear in every eye, To see this little lad, We had all came to say goodbye, The day they buried his Dad.
I Still Miss You by Damaris Calderon
It's been some time, since you've been gone, I thought by now, I would be strong, I think of you, and shed my tears, I wonder who, will still my fears.
Light of Dawn By James E. Stanley
I light a candle every day, Hoping the pain will fade away, But with the light of each new dawn, Another day and your still gone.
Memory Can Tell Us Only What We Were By Richard Fife
Memory can tell us only what we were, In company with those we loved; It cannot help us find out what each of us, Alone, must now become.
Releasing Me by Justine K. Wagner
It hurts when I think of you but its impossible not to, I wish I could let go but you don't know, How much I miss you, Everyday I pray that you will take all the things back, All the horrible things you said, And we could be a family once again...
God Saw You... by Unknown
God saw you getting tired, When a cure was not to be. So He wrapped his arms around you, and whispered, "Come to me".
My Memories by Jessica L. Gray
It seems as if yesterday, you held out your hand, for a walk in the park, a play in the sand, I know it was just last night, I tucked you in bed, saying our prayers.
Losing a Piece of Me by Tammie Thompson
Imagine someone has opened your chest with clawed hands, grabbed your heart in a crushing grip and torn it from your body. But you do not die. You remain alive, in agony.