Life Celebrated

Poems for Services

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  • A Limb Has Fallen by Author Unknown
  • A Poem for Mother by Dick Underwood
  • As We Look Back by Author Unknown
  • Drop a Pebble in the Water by James Foley
  • Ecclesiastes 3:1-8
  • Fresh Grief by Annette Love Billings
  • Golfer by Daniel Mark Extrom
  • Grief Changes Us by Author Unknown
  • Grief Never Ends at  
  • Happy is Better than Perfect by Author Unknown
  • I Missed You Today by Author Unknown
  • If Roses Grow in Heaven by Delores M Garcia
  • I’m Free by Author Unknown
  • I’m Free by Robert M Burcham (Different version)
  • It’s OK by Scribbles and Crumbs
  • Miss Me but Let Me Go by Author Unknown
  • My Hero by Author Unknown
  • The Aftermath from Out of the Ashes
  • The Loss of a Father by Author Unknown
  • The Navy Veteran by Patrick Maloney

It can take much longer to find a place of adjustment and healthy grieving when those needs are ignored and avoided. It’s not about the cost or the flowers or the casket or urn.  It’s about the healing power of speaking and embracing and acknowledging. So, call it a tribute, a gathering, a memorial, a funeral–please just have one.  It’s important to you, your health, your family and your community to carve out that sacred and special time to remember.

— Glenda Stansbury

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