Funeral Poem for Mum – Anonymous
Read by Marc Lemezma – Funeral Celebrant
This is a lovely poem that a client has recently chosen to to read at a funeral, dedicated to their late mother. I can’t trace the author, so if you do know who it is – let me know 🙂
I would say this is probably more likely to be read by a daughter, I have chosen to add it to my collection today on Mother Day!
The beautiful nurse featured in the opening is my late Mother, Joan.
I hope you enjoy.
You were someone I could talk to;
That no one can replace.
You were someone I could laugh with;
‘Til tears ran down my face.
You were someone I could turn to;
When I needed a helping hand;
You were someone I could count on;
To advise and understand.
You were someone I thought more of;
As each year came to an end.
You were my dearest mother;
And also my dearest friend.
Thank you for the memories;
That are yours and mine alone;
For they recall so many special moments;
That you and I have known.
Poetry is written to be shared, read and heard.
Can I share or use this poetry?
The poems I share on my website or social media are original or are regularly used at funerals and are presented to aid those researching poetry for use at their loved one's funeral service.. Wherever known, I do give credit and thanks to the author. If you know the author of any I have marked as ‘unknown’, then let me know, and I will amend the page.
If you chose to share or use the poetry at a funeral or memorial service, please give the author credit.
Many of these poems are original to me; please feel free to share those or use them if they seem right for your service. All I ask is that you give credit to me as the author.