Funeral Poems & Readings

The Loss Of A Loved One

A funeral poem for comfort during unsettling times

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The Loss Of A Loved One

The loss of a loved one is so hard to face.

You just want to hide,

go somewhere and escape!

But death is something

we all must go through.

I know it’s hard

when it’s someone you loved and knew.

Just know now,

he is in a better place.

No more hurt or pain shall he face.

It seems unfair, and yes, this is true,

but he is in Heaven now

watching over me and you!

God has called him home to rest!!

And he’s being well taken care of

Because God knows best!

Kenya. H
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