Top 3 Funeral Poems for a Brother

Trying to put your feelings into words after the death of a brother might not be easy. Writing a heartfelt eulogy for them is always going to be hard so looking for inspiration in the work of other writers might be an interesting place to start. We have compiled some of the top funeral poems to dedicate a brother which can also be printed on Single or Double Headstones

Remember Me by Margaret Mead

Written from the perspective of a loved one who has died, Remember Me is a beautiful funeral poem. If you choose this poem you could imagine it as being recited by your brother to the people who came to pay their respects.

Remember Me by Margaret Mead

You’ve Just Walked On Ahead of Me by Joyce Grenfell

This is a great piece from Grenfell that is a strong reflection of emotions that arise after such a profound loss. This poem focuses on how you process feelings after the death of your loved one and encourages in looking forward rather than back.

You Have Just Walked on Ahead of Me by Joyce Grenfell

His Journey’s Just Begun by Ellen Brenneman

This funeral poem pictures the death of a sibling more as the beginning of a new chapter than the end of life. You can also use a verse or two from this poem for their headstone engraving.

His Journey’s Just Begun by Ellen Brenneman

It is a perfect piece to be recited at a religious funeral service and for spiritually minded people.

 

 

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