If you have suffered the loss of someone close to you and you have been asked to write and read a tribute (or eulogy as it is sometimes called) at the funeral, it can seem like an overwhelmingly daunting task – and at a time when you probably feel least like doing it.
Although vicars often write and read tributes about people they don’t know, if the deceased
was not religious, that may not be appropriate either.
There are many wonderful eulogy poems out there that are for general use, but for many people they can seem overused, impersonal and inappropriate.
If you want something that really is very personal and not a mourning of their death but more of a celebration of them and their life, then I can help you.
I can write a personal poem that sums up everything you could ever want to say about the deceased and their life. I can touch people’s hearts and emotions in exactly the right way, some serious points, some factual information and some humour too. My poems evoke tears, smiles and laughter because they capture the personality of the deceased perfectly. I can help to ensure that all those at the funeral leave feeling a sense of satisfaction that all the right things have been said and said in the right way.
So if you need help with a funeral speech, please ring me, Helen Bennett on 01763 838711 or 0780 3725915 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
to discuss your requirements further.
Poems usually cost between £50 and £100