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Memorial Quotes: “Now at journey’s end, circling the shallow stream… years of open sea.”

- J. W. Hackett
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A Lovely Book of Funeral Poems For a Memorial Service

Consider a copy of Poems and Readings for Funerals and Memorials for your personalized celebration

There still remains a surprisingly limited selection of books offering readings for a memorial service or celebration. As more people opt each year to create their own personalized celebration in memory of a lost loved one, the need continues to … Continue reading

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”Turn up the lights. I don’t want to go home in the dark.”

O. Henry
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“No one ever said ‘I wish I had worked more’ before they died”

Loraine Lister
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”I shift my pillow closer to the full moon.”

- Saiba, Died on the fifteenth day of the eighth month, 1858 at the age of fifty-one.
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“I am in a duel to death with this wallpaper. One of us has to go.”

Oscar Wilde
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