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Tag Archives: Death Poem
Rilke’s beautiful funeral poem perfectly captures how precious and valuable life is -- in both the good times and the bad -- with its personification of death
For many of us, the busyness of our daily lives often leads to us taking our lives for granted. When someone we loved dearly dies, our grief and sorrow for his or her absence tends to trigger an urge deep … Continue reading
Canon Henry Scott-Holland’s poem shows us that a death doesn’t have to leave us with something missing in our lives.
If life is just a game that we play, then death is one of the greatest game-changers there is. Like all the great milestones in life, from getting married to having children, death is a change that is facilitated through … Continue reading
A poem accepting the different views we have on death and the afterlife
Today, society finally allows for different points of view regarding death and the afterlife. Albert Laighton, a poet who lived during the mid-19th century, questions the different views people may have on death despite the fact that he lived during … Continue reading
Earnest advice for grieving, moving on and cherishing a loved one’s memory
In “Another Weeping Woman,” by Wallace Stevens, we are given earnest advice to move on and let go. While we at SevenPonds suggest you take your time with the grieving process and give you emotions as much attention as they … Continue reading