Tag Archives: funeral verses

The Dash Between Poem

Below you will find the poem, The Dash Between which has become a popular poem to read at a funeral, memorial service or celebration of life. You can find a wonderful selection of free poems for a funeral, memorial service or celebration of life that you may be planning here.

The Dash Between
Ron Tranmer©

I knelt there at the headstone
of one I love and cried.
Name with dates of birth and death
were perfectly inscribed.
I pondered these two dates
and how little they both mean
when compared to the tiny dash
that lies there in between. Continue reading

Top Ten Country Funeral Songs for 2013

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Read below for the top ten funeral country songs for 2013, complete with our favorite lyrics and suggestions for songs that might be appropriate for a funeral for a mother, a sister, a young person, a grandparent, or a dad.

1) Holly Dunn – Daddy’s Hands

Daddy’s Hands is a wonderful country song for a daughter that is planning a memorial service for her father. Lyrics from Holly Dunn’s popular country funeral song are featured above.

 

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Great memorial verse for Mom

Butterfly Forget Me Not Plantable Funeral Cards

Butterfly Forget Me Not Plantable Funeral Cards

butterflyforgetmenotinsideToday, a customer purchased our plantable butterfly forget-me-not memorial cards for her mother’s celebration of life. I was touched by the words she chose for the cards. Continue reading

Simple and Nice Tombstone Saying

People often ask me for suggestions of what to put on our memorial plantable seed cards for funerals.  My recommendation is always the same, keep it simple. I then learn a bit about the departed and help guide our customer to coming up with the perfect saying or verse. Today, I came across a simple but very nice tombstone or grave stone verse, it said “Always in our thoughts, Forever in our hearts”.  Sort of says it all doesn’t it? Continue reading

Wondering what to say at a funeral or celebration of life?

Today I came across a really nice tribute that was written on a card for a celebration of life. It was written by one teacher for a teacher and friend she lost.

We come together to celebrate a wonderful life. Continue reading