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Do Not Go Gentle: poems for funerals: Funeral Poems [Paperback]

Neil Astley
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Table of Contents

STOP ALL THE CLOCKS: POEMS OF GRIEF
Funeral Blues, W H Auden
Wept, C K Williams
Memorial, Norman MacCaig
Comparisons, R S Thomas
Remember, Christina Rossetti
The Five Stages of Grief, Linda Pastan
The Widower, Rudyard Kipling
The Suicides, Janet Frame
Life, George Herbert
Epitaph Upon a Child That Died, Robert Herrick
The Child Dying, Edwin Muir
On My First Sonne, Ben Jonson
Light, Hugh O'Donnell
On the Death of a Child, D J Enright
The Unquiet Grave, Anonymous
Remembrance, Emily Bronte
After the Burial, James Russell Lowell
Especially When It Snows, Adrian Mitchell

LIVES ENRICHED: POEMS OF CELEBRATION
Because He Lived, Edgar A Guest
Epitaph on a Friend, Robert Burns
The Good, brendan Kennelly
When a Friend, Stephen Dobyns
Cleopatra's Lament for Anthony, William Shakespeare
Dirge for Fidele, William Shakespeare
'We say the dead depart', David Constantine
'Not, how did he die, but how did he live?', Anonymous
FROM In Memoriam A.H.H., Alfred, Lord Tennyson

As Befits a Man, Langston Hughes
FROM Joyce: By Herself and Her Friends, Joyce Grenfell
Tract, William Carlos Williams
Gravy, Raymond Carver
Haiku, Basho

I AM NOT THERE: BODY & SPIRIT
'Do not stand at my grave and weep', Anonymous
Song, Christina Rossetti
Turn again to Life, Mary Lee Hall
For Katrina's Sun Dial, Henry van Dyke
'Thinking I enjoyed the pleasures of life', Bhartrhari
Demiurge, D H Lawrence
In the End Is the Body, Gail Holst-Warhaft
Sonnet LXXXIX, Pablo Neruda

Haiku, Issa
The Soul Driven from the Body, Abu al-Ala al-Ma'arri
'I'm the one who has the body', Devara Dasimayya
The Paradox, Ruth Pitter
'Everything you see', Rumi

THE DYING OF THE LIGHT: PAIN & RESOLUTION
Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night, Dylan Thomas
Invictus, W E Henley
Arcadia, David Wright
On Parting with My Wife, Janina, Czeslaw Milosz
FROM When You Died, Pamela Gillilan
Aubade, Philip Larkin
FROM Le Petit Salvie, C K Williams
The Minister, Anne Stevenson
A Last Marriage, Virginia Hamilton Adair

THE OTHER SIDE: COMFORT & HAUNTING
Notes from the Other Side, Jane Kenyon
The Reassurance, Thom Gunn
Breath, Patricia Pogson
Oh, C K Williams
Years go by, Ken Smith
I See You Dancing, Father, Brendan Kennelly
In Memory of my Mother, Patrick Kavanagh
The Dead, Billy Collins
Resurrection, Vladimir Holan
Eden Rock, Charles Causley
Inside Our Dreams, Jeanne Willis
Song, Meera
Haiku, Shiki

NOTHING DIES: RELEASE & LETTING GO
After Great Pain, Emily Dickinson
In Blackwater Woods, Mary Oliver
FROM Song of Myself, Walt Whitman
Unmarked Boxes, Rumi
The Creation, Mona Van Duyn
Heredity, Thomas Hardy
'Good Night, Willie Lee, I'll See You in the Morning, Alice Walker
Kaddish, David Ignatow
A Marriage, R S Thomas
Three Elegiac Poems, Wendell Berry
In the Nursing Home, Jane Kenyon
'Why cling', Rumi
When Death Comes, Mary Oliver
Come, Death, Stevie Smith
Death be not proud, John Donne
Nothing is Lost, Anne Ridler
Let Evening Come,Jane Kenyon
FROM Autumn Journal, Louis MacNeice
A Celtic Blesing, Anonymous
No Need, Raymond Carver
This Is What I Wanted to Sign Off With, Alden Nowlan
Late Fragment, Raymond Carver
Dead Woman, Pablo Neruda
Every Town a Home Town, Kaniyan Pununran
Begin, Brendan Kennelly

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