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  1. Sep 29, 2020 · Read or share one of these "gone but not forgotten" poems to help you mourn the loss of a loved one.

  2. Oct 30, 2023 · Gone but Not ForgottenHonor Loved Ones With 100 Celebration of Life Poems. Rejoice and remember the moments you shared with these celebration of life poems. Stephanie...

  3. by VIOLA. A person may be dead and buried, but if we are lucky we will never be forgotten. The years we've shared have been full of joy. The memories we've made will go on and on. I haven't stopped crying since you went away, and I've asked God time and time why you couldn't stay.

  4. Aug 30, 2022 · Whether you’re mourning a lost parent, sibling, friend, lover, or child, at least one of these Poetry for Gone But Not Forgotten may perfectly embody your thoughts and emotions. 1. She Is Gone (He Is Gone)

  5. Poem About Being Gone But Not Forgotten. I lost my Gran to cancer a few years ago and had to say a few words at her funeral. Cora Dowson was one of a kind, a caring and larger than life character - a blast to be around.

  6. Apr 26, 2023 · However, finding ways to express that they are gone but never forgotten can provide comfort and solace during a time of grief. This article includes ideas for honoring your loved one whether that be through actions or through different iterations of common “forever missed, never forgotten” quotes.

  7. Gone But Not Forgotten. By Cecilia M. Kocher Published by Family Friend Poems November 2006 with permission of the Author. The years we've shared have been full of joy. The memories we've made will go on and on. I haven't stopped crying since you went away, and I've asked God time and time why you couldn't stay. Read Complete Poem

  8. Gone, But Not Forgotten. How Did They Live? She Is Gone (He Is Gone) You can shed tears that she is gone. Or you can smile because she has lived. You can close your eyes and pray that she will come back. Or you can open your eyes and see all that she has left. Your heart can be empty because you can’t see her.

  9. Gone, But Not Forgotten Dont think of her/him as gone away Her/His journey’s just begun, Life holds so many facets This earth is only one. Just think of her/him as resting From the sorrows and the tears In a place of warmth and comfort Where there are no days and years. Think how she/he must be wishing That we could know today

  10. But Not Forgotten. A bereavement poem by American poet and critic Dorothy Parker. A short funeral verse about remembering a loved one.

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