Tribute to My Deceased Husband

Tribute to My Deceased Husband (Mourning Poems)

Tribute to My Deceased Husband poems from Losing the man they have relied on for so long can be incredibly devastating. For those who have never lost a husband, the depth of a wife’s pain is incomprehensible.

Tribute to My Deceased Husband

Tribute to My Deceased Husband

Many ladies find solace, love, joy, and camaraderie in their husbands. Many females view their husband as their best friend and confidant.

It can be extremely terrible to lose the man they have relied on for so long. It is impossible to comprehend the intensity of a wife’s suffering for individuals who have never lost a husband.

The human mind takes some time to adjust to the harsh truth since the suffering is so great. Widows might remember their loved one by sharing a pleasant act or humorous stories about him with their receptive friends and family. Below are Tribute to My Deceased Husband that can be used for a deceased husband.

1. Tribute to a Wonderful Husband

I had the opportunity and rare privilege of being the wife and partner of the wonderful, loving, kind and God fearing man.
Life could not have been better than that because I was living every woman’s dreams. The best of everything was at my disposal whether I asked for it or not. We had our problems like every family but making up and resolving our issues was magical.
I was blessed with the best husband and father to all mychildren and his name was Abdou MC Jallow.

Tomorrow 25th March 2016 is going to be forty days since you departed and it is still very fresh and painful.
He was the love of my life, the one who did everything humanly possible to protect me even in the face of all sorts of misconceptions, he was the one who under stood the true meaning of our marriage.
His life taught me unconditional love and his death taught me kindness. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to share his dreams, hopes, love, friendship and much more.
He was a man of the people.
A man who stood by his family throughout A man who was a hero to all who knew him.
A man who love unconditionally.
A man who believe in sharing and caring.
A man who put a smile on people’s faces.
A man who was so full of life.
A man who was a bigger star in his own right than most of us.
You will always be in my heart and the love I have for you will never ever die.
Your last words to me still echoes in my ears and I will always remember them until we meet again.
The children and I will always remember and pray for you.
May Allah grant you Jannatul Fridous.

By Aji Fatou Senghore Jallow

2. Beyond The Sunset (Should You Go First)

Should you go first and I remain to walk the road alone
I’ll live in memory’s garden dear with happy days we’ve known
In spring I’ll wait for roses red when fades the lilacs blue
And in early fall when brown leaves call I’ll catch a glimpse of you
Should you go first and I remain for battles to be fought
Each thing you’ve touched along the way will be a hallowed spot
I’ll hear your voice I’ll see your smile though blindly I may grope
The memory of your helping hand will buoy me on with hope

Beyond the sunset oh blissful morning when with our Saviour heaven is begun
Earth’s toiling ended oh glorious dawning beyond the sunset when day is done.
Should you go first and I remain to finish with the scroll
No less than shadows shall ever creep in to make this life seem droll
We’ve known so much of happiness we’ve had our cup of joy
And memory is one gift of God that death cannot destroy
I want to know each step you take that I may walk the same
For someday down that lonely road you’ll hear me call your name
Should you go first and I remain one thing I’ll have you do
Walk slowly down that long long path for soon I’ll follow you
In that fair homeland we’ll know no parting
beyond the sunset for evermore.

By Albert Rowswell


3. A Tribute to my late husband

Loves longing takes me across the river
over the mountains and along the shore

You are here because i will it so
and because love knows no boundary

Your body is gone but your love
lives here within my heart

My days grow shorter and my nights
seem darker now

I am sad at times because you are gone
happier still to have had you in my life for so long

Your love is here and my breath is your breath
and will remain so until i can no longer inhale

Goodbye my love

Until we meet again…

By Sharon Ruebel

4. Stillness

Eternal lights flicker
In a distant sky.

Where have you gone;
Why did you die?

When I first saw you,
You stole my heart,
And until this awful day,
We have never been apart.

I look to the heavens,
Hoping to see you anew.
Where have you gone?
I’m searching for you.

My painful cries
Fill the dark of night.
I need your arms
To hold me tight.

Where have you gone?
Show me the place
So I can once again see
The smile on your face.

We met life’s challenges
And somehow made it through.
But how do I do it
Alone without you?

I know you are in my heart,
But I long to see your face.
Memories of yesterday
Leave only a trace.

There’s emptiness now
That nothing can fill.
I so need to find you
So I, too, can be still.

By 0. Audrey Klatkiewicz


5. Love Song

The years have gone so fast, so slow,
The seasons spinning round as years drift by.
I miss the looks we shared, the smiles,
The warming touch of gentle hands.

The years have been so long, so long.
The silence met, returning home.
I miss your laughter, sparkling eyes,
The loving look and mutual joys.

The years have gone so fast, so slow,
Seasons marking empty days.
I miss sharing my life with you.
I miss the way our hearts would sing.

The years have been so long, so long.
I’ve watched the seasons, counted days.
I’ve truly lived the best I can,
My broken heart made strong by love.

By Avril M. Bowler

6. Is Anybody Listening?

Alone with the raging in my soul,
I know not where to turn.
I have opened up to some,
But this raging makes me burn.

My heart and soul are screaming,
But I try to hold it in,
For, they make me feel I’m wrong,
That my hurt is like a sin.

I am fighting for a way,
To be not weak and small.
But my pain is not subsiding,
Please someone hear my call!

I’ve done what they have asked,
Tried going down their path.
But they know not why I’m hurting,
They haven’t felt the wrath.

I look to them sincerely,
I TRY to help them SEE,
But, they just don’t understand it,
So they choose to leave me be.

I long to just be normal,
Then maybe they’ll accept,

The reasons why I need them,
The reason why I’ve wept.

The demons they hold strong,
As, they’ve broken my life down.
Are they afraid of these monsters?
Is that why they seem to frown?

I’m afraid to admit,
The help that I need.
I don’t want them to know,
That in my pai I BLEED.

I have learned how to live
With many kinds of pain,
But, I will never let,
My husband die in vain.

Because he was unkind,
So many years before,
I think his death, they want me,
To move on and IGNORE.

Tyrone can you hear me?
Can you please let them know,
That special part of you
That I just can’t let go?

Is anybody listening?
Does anybody SEE?
Help me put to rest, my Ty,
Please help to set me free!

By Lisa Miller


7. Our Life

The gas station was my first sight,
my heart skipped some beats that night.

I knew I’d talk to him face to face,
I never knew I would feel so safe.

We went out from time to time,
it was July 20th that I first knew he would be mine.

The summer was ending and I thought we would too,
but week to week he proved his love was true.

Months, years, a lifetime it felt,
he came home every weekend and it made my heart melt.

Mistakes and arguments came along and went,
we made it through them all and nights together we spent.

He was smarter than words can say,
when the call came from OSU I knew he could not stay.

I needed to be with him so to Ohio we moved,
our love was stronger than anyone knew.

Our first walk down the isle was a hilarious joke,
smiles and giggles were what it provoked.

A few months went by and we heard some news,
the baby would be here in January, a boy God would choose.

Our second walk down the isle went very smoothly,
the look on his face was what love should be.

We had our kiss as husband and wife,
together we would be for the rest of our lives.

It was only three weeks later that tragedy struck,
I watched my one true love die, I felt I had no luck.

How could he be gone? What did I do?
How will I move on and try to become someone new?

Our lives will never be the same,
but I’m lucky to have been loved,

by someone so beautiful and caring,
my one special person…… my one true love.

By Rikki Fuchs

Tribute to My Deceased Husband helps in showing that love if he is worth it invariably shows you loved him sincerely. It is impossible to comprehend the intensity of a wife’s suffering for individuals who have never lost a husband.

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