This page of Sympathy Poems were all written by myself, Trina Graves. There is also a page of Sympathy Verse From Others and one from Unknown Sources. Along with pages of Comforting Death Quotes and Sayings.
In the early 1990's when an uncle of mine died, there were two typed out sympathy poems that were passed around by Henry Scott Holland & Bishop Brent. (you can read them on the first link above) It was reading and contemplating these two poems that began my quest to find out more and eventually build this site. So, sympathy poems have always been something I am drawn to. Although they are about dying, I have always found most of them to be uplifting and when I began to write my own poems 'sympathy' was a natural choice for me.
We all have our own ways of perceiving life and death, and as such, my poems will not fit in with everyone's viewpoint. Over the years, life changes us and our views on death can change too. These words express how I feel now about such things, and I know that, through the powerful law of attraction, my words will reach where they need to go.
I use quotes from this site as the title and theme for some of my sympathy poems, where I have, the source/author of the quote is under the title.
Sympathy poems are in alphabetical order on title
Love Is Eternal
Send these comforting words to someone who is missing a loved one, whether in the first weeks of loss or at a time when they will be especially remembering them (birthday, anniversary of death etc..) receiving uplifting words will help them get through and let them know you care.
Click the image below to take you to the individual listing or go to Spiritual Quotes To Live By on Etsy to see the card and more items.