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Bereavement Alliteration Poems

These Bereavement Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about Bereavement. These are the best examples of Alliteration Bereavement poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Secrets of Concealment
Drums of doom boom in sunset, demanding their commanding presence of marching cancer. 
A haunting horror heartbeat begins.
The brutality of duality of secret fiction versus...

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Categories: bereavement, cancer, death,

Premium Member Memories and Mourning

Trickle tender tears - those that take their time
born to bathe and baptize bereavement;
dew drops drowning fragile petals of forlorn feelings ~

aged and alone
senescent sentiments...

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Categories: bereavement, emotions, grief, loss,

By Cather for Rye
by Mark Miller © 08/17/2016
Sable of night repeals our
Hidden mirrored abuse
Puzzle pieces draw out 
Fancy flights made bliss
Can't you hear as fear
Drowns the solar rain...

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Categories: august, bereavement,

"Pack the chairs,no souls will be entertained here",
Politics is stealing the future of scholars,
The faith is rather picking blemishes from religious pillars,
Can't make it plain...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement,

In memory of her
My love, do you still remember me?
The vow  we made under this mango tree
I was younger then while you were old enough
But in my...

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Categories: arabic, assonance, bereavement, bird,

Captain Jack and Lillian
Captain Jack and Lillian

It was a mid-day in May
When red sunlight lazily lay
peering through cloudless skies,
casting down on ocean's brilliant dyes
that Captain Jack and his...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium Member SEXY POISE

Note nice nook
Bright bold book

Prize prompt play 
Spread sweet say

Sex stills spawns
Prize play pawn

Sweet sure sounds
Glimpse grand grounds

Poise plots pun
Rich roar runs

Time turns trip
Get good...

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Categories: bereavement,

The Tripple Cross
The Triple Cross
On the cross of earthly greed,
Hangs my bloody Body
On the cross of ignorance,
Laments my poor Mind
On the cross of mortal sin,
Burns my tainted...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, bereavement, cry,

There Is A Road
 ( fr. The tape Recordings  ·  An incantation )

There is a road

There is a road

There is a road

There is a road 


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Categories: bereavement, divorce, heartbroken, identity,

Premium Member Befuddled Brenda

Ol’ brazen Brenda, battlin’ biography,
Banters bewildered brave boatmen at sea,
Brushstrokes besieging her beleaguered brain,
Broadsided by fiction now baking insane;

Balanced between both broken and brilliant,
Buried by...

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Categories: confusion, heartbreak,

Comfort Me Oh Black Shamballa
Comfort Me Oh Black Shamballa

For all the 'ninth nights' I can't attend
Let me moan, caress you, cry and mend
Friends, colleagues gone that way
Funerals converge same...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, cancer, death

life and beyond
Angels just love weddings, don't you think?
 No one sees them, but we know they're there,
 Golden halos lassoing their hair,
 Embodying a love beyond...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, happiness, marriage,

Premium Member Element Wind
She wonders where to go, clueless in her ceramic cage,
with octaves oceanic (there's an oaf in my ocarina)
But Oh! Her delight when her Breather goes...

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Categories: adventure, allusion, bereavement, change,

Unlike all the others, before and after you, he did not hurt you deliberately
As you lay there all tangled up and distorted, draped over the...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, loss,

Silent Honors
It is not in parades or days  		 
We find the fitting honors.		 
It is not in displays or ways 		 
We bring our...

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© Tom Valles  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, dedication, memorial day,

With You Always
He feels your pain and He remains.
He knows your needs and intercedes.
He hears your cries; and weeps beside.
He sees your heart and never parts.
He shares...

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© Tom Valles  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addiction, bereavement, christian, devotion,