A Fitting Verse

Are you looking for a fitting verse to pay tribute to a loved one at their funeral?

There are many poems that can add a personal touch to a ceremony, so if you are looking for inspiration, here is a few of the Wesley Media team's favourite verses to consider:

How Do I Love Thee?
This moving sonnet remains one of the most popular poems in English literature and was penned by poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning during her courtship with writer Robert Browning.

When I Am Dead, My Dearest
Christina Rossetti penned this poem in 1862, and even in today's modern times, it offers comfort to those who have lost loved ones.

If I Should Go
Joyce Grenfell was famed for her quick wit and this short poem has remained enduringly popular, reminding those left behind to live happy lives, with the words “Weep if you must,
Parting is Hell, But life goes on... So sing as well.”

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