07--Grief Meditations, Poetry & Readings

Beattie, Melody. The lessons of love: rediscovering our passion for life when it all seems too hard to take. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1994. 225p. New York: Walker, 1995. 214p.

Benson, Judi, & Agneta Falk, eds. The long pale corridor: contemporary poems of bereavement. Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1996. 320p.

Carr, Arthur C. ed. Grief: selected readings. New York: Health Sciences Pub. Corp., 1975. 274p.

Duffy, Carol Ann, ed. Stopping for death: poems of death and loss. Illustrated by Trisha Rafferty. New York: H. Holt, 1996. 134p.

Dunn, Sharon A. We bring her flowers: poems. Santa Barbara, CA: Fithian Press, 1990. 93p.

Fumia, Molly. Safe passage: words to help the grieving hold fast and let go. Berkeley, CA: Conari Press, 1992. 274p.

Harris, Jill Werman, ed. Remembrances and celebrations: a book of eulogies, elegies, letters, and epitaphs. New York: Pantheon Books, 1999. 308p.

Harrison, Connie, & Evey Spenn, eds. In times of grief. Wheaton, IL: Quest Books, 1995. 64p. Poems for grief.

Holender, Barbara D. Shivah poems, poems of mourning. Hartford, CT: Andrew Mountain Press, 1986. 20p.

Holmes, Marjorie. To help you through the hurting: a Marjorie Holmes treasury. New York: Phoenix Press, 1985. 159p.

Keshet, `Adinah. Livitikha ben. Tel-Aviv, Israel: Teraklin, 1993. 38p. Poems for grief.

Moffatt, BettyClare. The caregiver's companion: words to comfort and inspire. New York: Berkley Books, 1997. 216p.

Neeman, Yitshak. Nitsotsot shel kisufim: shire shekhol. Tel-Aviv, Israel: Y. Ne'eman, 1992. 126p. Poems for grief.

Neeman, Yitshak. Va-ani kan--ve-atah sham: shire shekhol (And I am here--and you are there). Tel-Aviv, Israel: Y. Ne'eman, 1989. 102p. Poems for grief.

Newman, John Henry (1801-1890). Comfort in sorrow: words in time of bereavement. Edited by James Tolhurst. Leominster: Gracewing, 1996. 99p. Christian.

Osgood, Judy, ed. Meditations for bereaved parents. Sunriver, OR: Gilgal Publications, 1983. 64p. 1985, 69p.

Pepper, Leila. In war with time: poems. Windsor, Ontario: Black Moss Press; Willowdale, Ontario: Distributed by Firefly Books, 1994. 64p.

Perah, Pinhas. ha-Ben yakir li Efrayim: siah av shakul be-`ikvot Milhemet Yom ha-Kipurim, 734. Tel-Aviv, Israel: Teraklin, 1974. 119p. Poems for grief.

Putter, Ann Marie, ed. The memorial rituals book for healing and hope. Amityville, NY: Baywood Pub. Co., 1997. 88p. Poems for grief.

Reeves, Robert B., Robert E. Neale & Austin H. Kutscher, eds. Pastoral care of the dying and the bereaved: selected readings. For the Foundation of Thanatology. New York, Health Sciences Pub. Corp., 1973. 160p.

Rinella, Maureen. Be with me: a book of prayers to comfort dying persons and their loved ones. St. Meinrad, IN: Abbey Press, 1997. 72p. Christian.

Schneiderfranken, J.A. (B Yin R) (1876-1943). The book on solace. Translated Buch des Trostes by B.A. Reichenbach. Berkeley, CA: Kober Press, 1996. 51p. Poems for grief. www.kober.com.

Shurley, Hugh. The ribbon: a gift of remembrance. San Franciso, CA: Chronicle Books, 1995. Poem, 1 sheet in slip cover, LOC.

Smith, Barbara, & Arline R. Thorn, eds. Weeping with those who weep: poems of bereavement. St. Albans, WV: Trillium Press, 1998. 63p.

Staudacher, Carol. A time to grieve: meditations for healing after the death of a loved one. San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco, 1994. 248p.

Theroux, Phyllis, eds. The book of eulogies: a collection of memorial tributes, poetry, essays, and letters of condolence. New York, NY: Scribner, 1997. 400p.

Washington, Peter, ed. Poems of mourning. New York: Knopf: Distributed by Random House, 1998. 254p.

Williams, Philip W. When a loved one dies: meditations for the journey through grief. Minneapolis: Augsburg, 1976. 95p. 1995, 111p.