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Visiting A Friend with Cancer
We drove far to see you After hearing of your condition Still expecting to see the same jubilant, healthy, smiling, God-praising man that we knew But when we got to your room I barely recognized you Grayed hair sitting on your...Read More
Categories: cancer, christian, death of
Form: Free verse

why did we have to come here since we must return with no possession...Read More
Categories: anxiety, creation, death, death
Form: Haiku
Death of A Real One
When a real one dies... The world is full of cries..... Life keeps going,  time flies by. It hits a little differently... To some it's a mystery.... Sadness for me but joy for you. You're finally getting your wings, for...Read More
Categories: angel, black african american,
Form: Rhyme
His name was Ezra but you didn't and wont know him. An observant nihilist, pouring out vile play scripts in 400 word messages. Researching one's hyper-fixation so the insomniac has someone who he may believe will enjoy...Read More
Categories: appreciation, change, childhood, death,
Form: Free verse
The Man in the Frame
The familiar pit in my stomach From the hole in my heart April 6th in 2011 was our first month apart It was your Birthday It felt so strange not to call my friend But, as they say,...Read More
Categories: angel, birthday, death, death
Form: Rhyme

Heartfelt Condolences
For Cliff... Beyond this realm of all we know Exists another where souls can grow. A welcome space proved true by faith Where wings, brand new, are greeted, EMBRACED. This special place of peace and calm Is heaven for settlers from far...Read More
Categories: bereavement, death, death of
Form: Rhyme
Devastation Of Your Passing
Missing you has been very hard, My heart bleeds black tears of sorrow. Memories come flooding back, Like the ocean floor floating up to the shore. Conversations, I can't delete. Because Then I know it's real. Every word you have ever said...Read More
Categories: best friend, death, death
Form: Free verse
The Footprints Left Behind
What are we but footprints in the sand, trailing behind us until the shifting wind wipes the traces of our existence away? The sum of our worth is measured in moments. Each person marked by the...Read More
Categories: absence, death of a
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GONE TODAY-
Gone today They say, all good things must end the heavy heart burns your love faded by life's constant toll forever in each passing day But I don't want to live without your pictures 3/30/21 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2021© ...Read More
Categories: analogy, death of a
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Dream
I had once gone to a place in Ghana. In that distant land of beautiful dreams I stood on the banks of the River Ankobra. Watch rapids navigate the upper streams. I followed the rush and roar as...Read More
Categories: adventure, beautiful, conflict, culture,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Legacy
He was my neighbor. He lived up the street. Sometimes he said “Hi”. One day I saw him At the corner store. We walked home Together. I said I was upset With my hair. I didn’t like it. He said he liked...Read More
Categories: death of a friend,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Those
Spare those that shaped your life a (thought) The people that were always there to guide you. That showed you a new path you had missed changing the way you saw things opening your mind. Those...Read More
Categories: 1st grade, death of
Form: Ode
Premium Member Where is She Now
She walks with fairies and butterflies on clouds so soft and cool. She sometimes whispers answers In the ears of friends at school....Read More
Categories: 1st grade, 4th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rainbow Sherbet and dying Poems
I never got why you always Ate the red pink color out The Sherbet ice cream It was like excavation How you removed all the cherry Without even affecting the other colors Leaving the orange and the vanilla Neatly for others Who...Read More
Categories: bereavement, best friend, cancer,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Thomas Gray- an Elegy
churchyard hold bones buried from his days, church register has records of their names, yew trees shade the yard to shield them from rains, near St.Giles church lies buried Thomas Gray, buried next his mother, aunt hold him close, hamlet...Read More
Categories: dark, death, death of
Form: Rhyme

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