Friday, June 12, 2009

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Eulogy poem writing has found its niche as a specialty subject available in the World Wide Web through various bereavement focused sites. Presenting a eulogy for a loved one could be the saddest thing and the most difficult public speaking endeavor you could ever experience.

Missing a loved one after death can be a difficult time. And if cremation is something you choose, they will help you with the details surrounding the process. Having a memorial poem or poetry to look back upon can really be an emotional strengthener.

Still others choose to be cremated and their ashes spread in a particularly special place. In the spirit of putting in a good word for the deceased, a eulogy will rarely dwell on any less attractive side of a person's life - a funeral is a time for positive thoughts, forgiveness and perhaps a little regret at lost opportunities; but traditionally it is not a time for accusations and controversy when the person is not in a position to come to his or her own defense. If you are still looking for funeral poems, I have written more on the subject which I hope you may find useful.

There are many facets to planning a funeral. Writing a eulogy should not be taken lightly.

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