Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep – Over 250 funeral poems, quality
Don’t lose valuable time searching for the perfect poem or reading -we’ve already done all the hard work, to save you the trouble. Look no further. You’ve just found the most comprehensive and thoughtful collection of funeral poems, quotes and readings available today.
You may well have been called upon to write a eulogy or speak at a funeral at very short notice, leaving little time to find a suitable poem or reading. This user-friendly book is supplied via instant download, giving you quick access to all the resources you need and helping to reduce stress at this sad time. It means one less thing to think about…
Whoever you have lost, this carefully crafted collection of sympathy poems, quotations and readings will help you find the words to express your sorrow, pay tribute to your loved one and do justice to a life lived. You need never be lost for words again…
One of the things you often struggle with after a loss is finding the perfect words to express your feelings. Whether you are writing a eulogy, planning a funeral or memorial service, finding ways to say how sorry you are in a sympathy card, crafting an obituary, attempting to console yourself and others or just trying to make sense of it all, the right words have a wonderful ability to soothe the soul.
“I found exactly what I was looking for, in no time at all. Thank you so much…” – Tim Green
“This book is at least as good as – if not better than – anything you can buy in the shops. The range of poems is superb and the attention to detail impressive.” – Will Furnell
“A very well organized and comprehensive resource. This book far exceeded my expectations; I found it extremely useful and comforting at a distressing time in my life and can happily recommend it to others.” – Sarah Kennedy
Whether you have lost a parent, child, husband or wife, partner, friend, grandparent, brother, sister, aunt, uncle or anyone else, this book will help you find the words to express your sorrow
“Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep is a book of beautiful writing about grief. Lucie Storrs has put together a collection that comes from the very being of the authors. In this book there is something for everyone, regardless of faith or belief system – you cannot help but find a poem or quotation that touches the heart. I hope this resource reaches everyone in their time of need and is able to offer comfort and hope that love lives on…” – Kate Bacon”You’re doing a very special job superbly. The whole approach is pervaded by integrity, wisdom and compassion. You deserve every support.” – David Smith
It’s an eclectic mix, put together with love, care and a great deal of attention to detail. Just some of the authors include Anne and Emily Brontë, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Buddha, Leo Buscaglia, Noel Coward, Emily Dickinson, John Donne, Daphne du Maurier, Kirsti A. Dyer, Max Ehrmann, George Eliot, T.S. Eliot, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Viktor Frankl, Mary Elizabeth Frye, Kahlil Gibran, Henry Scott Holland, Homer, Helen Keller, Rudyard Kipling, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, D.H. Lawrence, C.S. Lewis, Li Po, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Edna St. Vincent Millay, John Muir, Hugh Robert Orr, Dorothy Parker, Sogyal Rinpoche, Christina Rossetti, Carl Sandburg, Seneca, William Shakespeare, Adlai Stevenson, Robert Louis Stevenson, Rabindranath Tagore, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Dylan Thomas, Mark Twain, Henry van Dyke, Edith Wharton, E.B. White, Walt Whitman, Thomas Wolfe, William Wordsworth and many, many more. It goes without saying that all copyright fees have been paid. In this book,…
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