I Like A FunRal

8 thoughts on “ I Like A FunRal

  1. Mezishicage
    My heart was like a ghost town at sundown It was a beautiful disguise A beautiful lie I'll hit you when you're down on one knee I'll give you my heart when I'm six foot deep It's beautiful Baby, my love's like a funeral You came in like a God from above And give me your soul, I wanna soak it up If only you knew Baby, my love's like a funeral.
  2. Mazuzuru
    Apr 10,  · The most beloved songs to play at memorial services, funerals, and celebration-of-life events. Music sets the mood of our memories; they honor our loved ones' lives; they give us something to hold.
  3. Mikajar
    I know, it's just like a funeral To say goodbye again For one last time You were holding my hands And looked into my eyes And we started to kiss For one last time All my light Turned to .
  4. Kazrall
    I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro. Kept treading - treading - till it seemed. That Sense was breaking through - And when they all were seated, A Service, like a Drum - Kept beating - beating - till I thought. My mind was going numb - And then I heard them lift a Box. And creak across my Soul. With those same Boots of Lead.
  5. Duramar
    Oct 06,  · I can’t speak for every funeral director in the world, but I can say that I have never met anyone in this profession who was like that. Every funeral .
  6. Zolotaur
    Note to POL students: The inclusion or omission of the numeral in the title of the poem should not affect the accuracy score. It is optional during recitation. Reprinted by permission of the publishers and the Trustees of Amherst College from The Poems of .
  7. Milrajas
    You know, it's just like a funeral To say goodbye again For one last time You were holding my hands And looked into my eyes And we started to kiss For one last time All my light Turned to darkness All my gold Turned to sorrow All I knew Was a lie All I need Is just in front of me I know, it's just like a funeral To say goodbye again For one.
  8. Akinor
    Like all of Dickinson’s poems, I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, is condensed and packed with striking imagery and stunning ideas. It is a terrifying poem, as the speaker explores the idea of what it would feel like to be conscious after death. The vivid description of her sense of hearing allows the readers to pictures themselves there in place of her, experiencing their own deaths in full.

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