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Perfect for a memorial service. Miss Me But Let Me Go- the poem gran had chosen for her funeral. Gets me every time but I know it's exactly how she felt!

Quite possibly the most beautiful thing I've ever read about grief. Wow!

Grief isn't always because someone died. Sometimes it's over a loss of relationships. Wow, this is the perfect quote on grief.

henry scott holland - death is nothing at all.  This was a reading at my partner's funeral because it was something he requested out of the blue a couple of months before his sudden death.

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Henry scott holland - death is nothing at all I choose this touching poem for my Aunty's funeral last June

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This is the memorial poem on the back of my brother Rick's memorial card. Such a beautiful & happy poem for such a beautiful & happy heart.

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Famous Poems About Death: Poems are one of the strongest ways for transferring one's thoughts and emotions to others.

She is Gone - read at my mum's funeral and re-read by me nearly every day. Helps as I remember both my parents, both gone...

She is Gone - read at my mum's funeral and re-read by me nearly every day. Helps as I remember both my parents, both gone.

Wow!!! Dad I miss you so much!!!!

(Miss you Dad.this reminds me of you--)When tomorrow starts without me. I found this poem clipping in my Mother's bible after she died.