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Choosing a Funeral Poem

 


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A funeral poem can be an ideal part of a meaningful memorial. Poetry has a wonderful way of communicating our deepest and most heartfelt feelings, making it ideal as a remembrance for a loved one. Choosing a funeral poem, however, can be challenging.

Most of us are not students of poetry. We don't spend our days studying free verse or iambic pentameter. We know that poetry speaks to us in times of great emotion and we know that it can uniquely encapsulate the sentiments of the human soul, but we don't know where to find the right words or how to really judge their ability to communicate to others.

Choosing the perfect memorial verse if further complicated by the nature of our mourning process. Our culture moves quickly when it comes to mourning and memorials. We're often rushed, fighting impossible schedules as we prepare a loved one's funeral services. The idea of poring over books of poetry at a time like that may seem to be nothing short of impossible.

Fortunately, we don't need to be experts on the art of poetry to select a perfect funeral poem and we don't need to spend hour after hour trying to find those right words. We can rely on carefully assembled compilations of classic poetry. These volumes were painstakingly arranged to assist those looking for a perfect funeral poem. Some are even available on the Internet for instant download and review, making the process of finding great poetry for such an important occasion much easier.

If you know you want to feature a funeral poem in a memorial, don't be dissuaded by your lack of expertise in poetry. Don't let the stressful and limited schedule of the days preceding a survey stand in your way, either. You can find the right words.

I offer my sincerest condolences for your loss and wish you the best as you prepare a meaningful memorial for your loved one.

Thomas Alan Lampsen maintains Funeral Poems and Eulogies, where you can find wonderful funeral poems and more assistance.

You can find the right words. Visit Thomas’ website for free funeral poems and resources to help you create a perfect memorial.

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