Welcome to Words of Sympathy
This site offers words of sympathy on a variety of topics. Most of these resources are poems on bereavement and grief. These are written by people who share their touching experiences with grief or have experience with supporting the bereaved.
Selected Sympathy Poems:
I Do Believe by Jennifer Janiszewski
A loved one that has finished their life on earth is not dead, there life has just began. They are still with us in spirt. That you must beleive.
I See You Cry by Christina Brown
I see you cry, I cry for you. I see you hurt it hurts me too. Everyday as you grow worse, I die inside, as you get hurt.
Memory Can Tell Us Only What We Were By Richard Fife
Memory can tell us only what we were, In company with those we loved; It cannot help us find out what each of us, Alone, must now become.
Miss Me, But Let Me Go Author Unknown
When I come to the end of the road, and the sun has set for me. I want no rites in a gloom-filled room.
No Person is Ever Truly Alone by Richard Fife
No person is ever truly alone. Those who live no more, Whom we loved, Echo still within our thoughts, Our words, our hearts.