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Bereavement Ballad Poems

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

One day I'll be preserved in sands of time;
glaring into diamond rays—white lights
the earth dissolves my flesh to fertile dust;
embeds treasures—secrets in a crackled skull


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Categories: bereavement, courage, death, death

I want to feel you coursing through my veins.
I want to vibrate as you rattle me to the bone.
I want to perspire as you transcend...

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Categories: addiction, bereavement, death, death

whack:I mean wiggade wigaa -de whack
what look of love
is shown upon these faces
that eyes can't erase
she be mine
to make so many more
groovey nights like this
foo reel yo
this lova vow is...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, bullying, character,

My Roses
Author Dana Redricks
May 12, 2018

Give me, my roses
While you can
They mean nothing
When I’m gone to my
home beyond the sky
They bring you comfort
in giving them 

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, death, deep,

Let Me Fly
You left me that day
You might have a reason that day
Let me know the reason today
This happens with me every time
I don't think of you...

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Categories: bereavement, break up, confusion,

This bread I break was once the oat, 
This wine upon a foreign tree 
Plunged in its fruit; 
Man in the day or wine at...

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Categories: 7th grade , addiction, analogy,

Dear Tatay
Such a blessing
I miss you so much
Loved me completely
Taught me to trust
How to love, how to live
To be grateful and positive
How to laugh, be supportive

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Categories: absence, appreciation, beautiful, bereavement,

Standing all alone, on a winters night, beside a headstone;
Mourning my beloved one who'd been taken by their suborning.
But alas they've finally been set free,...

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Categories: bereavement, dark, death, emotions,

November 13th 2017 - part 3
hip of hemlock to forego discontent with bing hue
man, who cherished tender mother-son glue
and wondrous tribulation, 
I harbored enshrined and unwittingly flew
from pristine sanctuary secured 

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Categories: absence, age, anger, angst,

Am I Worthy
Am I Worthy?
This thought comes to me as I lay on the battlefield
Those who have come before me and are now just
a memory, a specter,...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, father, moving



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Categories: bereavement,

Premium Member Died by the Gun Where have all the Johns Gone
Where have all the John's gone ?
they all been murdered by the ones
Who have the right to bear arms
It was 1963 and I was walking...

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Categories: bereavement, brother, death of

Premium Member I Should Have Prayed
I have roles in from the depths of pain;
Relive my life knife games;
Random promises of broken flames;
I was bitter and embarrassed:

I should have prayed;

Mother was...

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Categories: america, anger, anxiety, bereavement,

Premium Member Someone to Confide In part 1
It's better, so better, you better you ought to believe;
It's better, so better, if you just be still and receive;
Of all this worrying, stop and...

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Categories: appreciation, assonance, bereavement, caregiving,

Premium Member Remember Me I Am a Soldier
I'm on my way, to save the day;
On a bus, then on a plane I'm on my way;
to a war to defend an unknown territory

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, bereavement, celebration,

Premium Member Chase the Wind
As I chase the wind;
the rain begins;
as the sun shines on my face;
and I have no space;
Got nowhere to hide, nowhere to run;
Must stand, must...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, appreciation, bereavement,

Premium Member Faithful
I come before you;
I worship and adorn you;
I seek your services, though I'm not deserving;
But I'll show up and do what I can;
God said well...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, bible, blessing,

Premium Member Forever True
never said sorry enough;
in you I'd always trust;
you were faithful always, always;
now that you're gone;
I'm longing for;
the relationship, true it was;
but you're not here and...

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Categories: bereavement, dedication, farewell, friendship,

Premium Member Love Wants
I was young once
Yet I have the same mindset and body parts of adults
Can I sarinade sing you a ballad
Bring tears to your eyes, I...

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Categories: adventure, angel, anniversary, appreciation,

Premium Member The Greatest Treasure
Kerry, oh Kerry, when I’m feeling down and blue,
I like to hold a photograph, sit here and think of you,
Your beauty it surely puts the...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, family, feelings,