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We Lost A Mother With A Heart Of Gold

Thursday, 23 September 2021  |  Admin

We Lost A Mother With A Heart Of Gold

We Lost A Mother With A Heart Of Gold

Losing your parents is an irreparable loss that none of us ever wants to go through. However, once such an incident happens in your life, it leaves you shattered. Every moment, every second, you remember them. All that you want to do is, say a heartfelt goodbye to them. The funeral is the time for reliving every moment that you have spent with your parents, be it happy or sad ones. Hence, you ensure to make it the best with the help of memorial poems for parents.

This poem for grief is apt to showcase how much you miss your mom and dad. The writer Mary Elizabeth Frye has woven every word with love and affection. She has very much made sure that you are able to express your feelings about the void that has been left empty after your parent's departure.

The funeral poems we've gathered here are perfect for delivering a eulogy or reading at your mom or dad's funeral. A few of them will strive to help you celebrate their life and all that they provided to the world, while others will look to reflect on what they meant to you.

Mother with a heart of gold (or father) is beautiful, sad poetry that helps you remember the two loveliest people in life.

The poet begins this eulogy poem for her mum begins by talking about how a family has lost this person who has a heart of gold, which is filled with love, compassion, affection, and kindness. The sad part is that now none of us can ever tell her that how much we miss her. But, all that we can now do is walk in her footsteps so that we never do wrong.

Very happily and proudly, the poet mentions in this funeral poem for mum that her mom was a rare gem. She was always with her family to make them feel at home by spreading happiness all over. God bless my mom with some peace and rest because she has worked hard for all of us. 

Poet can never forget the place where her mom sat, which was beside the fireplace on her chair. The warm air of fire that touched her brought a wide smile onto her face, which was the most pleasant thing. Nobody in the house can replace that smile and view when you used to sit on the fireside chair.

As always, even today, when I see you smiling in the photograph hung at home, you just say one thing, 'Do not be upset, and love each other in the family for my sake.' Your memories are endless and will stay with me as long as alive, dearest mother. During the holy mass, all that we ask for is to give you peace in heaven.

This funeral poem for mother can be tweaked a bit and used as a eulogy poem for father. Hope that you can cherish the smile and every memory that you have spent with your parents.


Funeral poem for mum

We Lost A Mother With A Heart Of Gold Poem 

We lost a mother with a heart of gold,
How much we miss her can never be told,
She shared our troubles and helped us along,
If we follow her foot steps,
We will never go wrong.

We miss you from your fireside chair,
Your loving smile and gentle air,
Your vacant place no one can fill,
We miss you mother and always will.

She was a mother so very rare,
Content in her home and always there,
On earth she toiled, in heaven she rests,
God bless you mother,
You were one of the best.

Each time we look at your picture,
You seem to smile and say,
Don’t be sad but courage take,
And love each other for my own sake.


Funeral poem for dad

We Lost A Father With A Heart Of Gold Poem 

We lost a father with a heart of gold,
How much we miss him can never be told,
He shared our troubles and helped us along,
If we follow his foot steps,
We will never go wrong.

We miss you from your fireside chair,
Your loving smile and gentle air,
Your vacant place no one can fill,
We miss you father and always will.

He was a father so very rare,
Content in his home and always there,
On earth he toiled, in heaven he rests,
God bless you father,
You were one of the best.

Each time we look at your picture,
You seem to smile and say,
Don’t be sad but courage take,
And love each other for my own sake.