Gravestone verses can include meaningful and comforting quotes, sayings, scriptural verses, portions of the lyrics from the deceased’s favorite song, excerpts from a poem, and so on.
Besides, you can honor and pay a tribute to the departed loved one by putting your memorial sentiments down in an epitaph.
You may compose a short poem, too. All in all, the inscription in the gravestone or tombstone should reflect the personality of the deceased and highlight the individual’s commendable qualities.
Here are some examples of gravestone verses for you to consider
“His Life A Beautiful Memory,
His Absence A Silent Grief.”
“It Broke Our Hearts To Lose You
But You Did Not Go Alone
For Part Of Us Went With You
The Day God Called You Home”
“May The Souls Of The
Through The Mercy Of God
Rest In Peace”
“As the bird free of its cage seeks the heights,
So the Christian soul in death flies home to Gods”
“May you rejoice in the arms of the Lord for eternity.”
“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.”
– John 3:16
“I will fear no evil, for thou art with me, Thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.”
– Psalms 23:4
“To live is Christ, and to die is gain.”
– Philippians 1:21
“But God will redeem me from the realm of the dead; he will surely take me to himself.”
– Psalm 49:15
“May the Irish hills caress you, may her lakes and rivers bless you.
May the luck of the Irish enfold you
And may the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you.”
– St. Patrick blessing
“Those we love don’t go away,
They walk beside us everyday.”
“Treasured Memories Like A Golden Chain
Link Us Till We Meet Again”
“Words are few, feelings deep, Memories of you are ours to keep.”
“Sadly missed along life’s way
Quietly remembered everyday.
No longer in my life to share;
But in my heart
You are always there.”
“Remembering is an act of resurrection, each repetition a vital layer of mourning, in memory of those we are sure to meet again.”
– Nancy Cobb
“Yet in this heart’s most sacred place, thou, alone, shall dwell forever.”
– Thomas Moore
“What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”
– Helen Keller
A headstone or gravestone is primarily meant to mark the grave of the deceased. Thus, it should be clearly engraved with the departed individual’s name, date of birth, date of death, his or her achievements and accomplishment in life, etc.
In addition, you can personalize the memorial stone by getting a beautiful photo of the deceased laser etched on the stone.
In case you have cremated your loved one, you can place the cremation urn within the memorial stone having hollow space inside meant for this very purpose.
To make the inscription verses more attractive, get the wordings engraved in charming fonts and styles along with meaningful symbols or artwork.