Suicide Bereavement Poems

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


Premium MemberTyler by Regina Elliott

    Tyler, alone, jumped
    cold water
    no shame to love him...

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Categories: bereavement, suicide,

WHY by M.P. Shaudd
I can't wrap my head around this situation
What could bring a man falling to his knees
Did he finally find the glory that he searched for
Or...

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Categories: bereavement, conflict, dedication, deep,



Premium MemberLimerick crochetes: Once a Teacher who didn't like school by T Wignesan
Lmerick crochetés : Once a Teacher who didn't like school

Once a Teacher who didn't like school
Since his kids kept calling him a fool
Wished to do...

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Categories: america, anxiety, bereavement, high

Premium MemberInternet Trolls by Tom Cunningham
We all surf the internet to do shopping online
Chat with our friends and to have a good time
But there's  bullies' who surf it causing...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, bullying, internet,

My whole world is gone by robin davis
I have nightmares every night
It's so hard to find the light
In the darkness haunting me
It will never set me free
Years and years inside my head
I...

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Categories: bereavement, heartbreak, love hurts,

Come walk with me by sera phim
Come Walk With Me

In my mind
tendrils of memories past
insinuate and insert themselves
in the corners
to root out and cast light upon
them
as my hand presses, whiteknuckled
 
Bent...

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Categories: angst, bereavement, sorrow, soulmate,

Premium MemberSad Clown - Robin Williams by Gregory R Barden

~ While your soul screamed "Help!",


                   ...

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Categories: bereavement, memorial, sorrow, suicide,

We Are Not Alone by Sandra Nosek
We Are Not Alone
This senseless act,
never imagining where it might lead,
chemicals racing through your bloodstream,
until they lay to rest your heartbeat.
Cold vacant eyes of death,
staring...

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Categories: addiction, bereavement, death, drug,

Premium MemberWhen you by Richard Lamoureux
When you smiled
I thought "How beautiful you are."
When you cried
I witnessed the depth of you
When you were angry
I recognized that you had been hurt
When you...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, childhood, suicide,

Untitled by Tara Lazar
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,

Through the Eyes of Bethany by Joanne Liaw
I wish my dear aunt had lived long enough
To see the fine lady I have become
She took her life; life must have been tough
The pain...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, death, depression,

A tribute to Jason by Lori Harrington
Just nineteen
So much of his life yet to be seen
When you feel all alone
You’re not...just pick up the phone
When you are feeling blue
Know there are...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, bullying, depression,

Premium MemberSuicide by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
Mother I stood at the hillside
Watching from afar off
I saw images of rope
Which gave mankind no hope.
Children were dying
Mothers were crying
Heaven, ‘it was terrifying’
These images...

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Categories: bereavement, bullying, change, cry,

Premium MemberSuicide Prevention by James Edward Lee Sr.
Can I be real and talk to you in this season
I am going to try and be honest and have reason
There are many lonely hurt...

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Categories: bereavement, abuse, addiction, anxiety, assonance,

My Life Has Gone Forfeit Since You Went Away by John Floyd
My life has gone forfeit since you went away
The stone is cold and still
I am lost, so lost, without you and stumble to find my...

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Categories: bereavement, death, depression, loss,

Premium MemberThe Spiral by Kai Michael Neumann
The Spiral

Once the circuit is closed it is a never-ending story one of
hate and violence an eye for an eye and more darkened vision

Who cast...

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Categories: bereavement,

Manchesters Children by Christopher Flaherty
Manchester's Children

Lest all goodness be forgot

When Manchester's Children
Instead of being tucked in bed

Lay now in Coffins
Shrapnel Red
To walk amongst the evil dead

If God be true
Pray...

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Categories: bereavement,

Say Goodbye To The Dying Light by Lucy Besser
She's seen the little mass
Her baby in the shattered glass
Oh her mind cannot cope
But instead of the knife, a rope
To take her own life
And leave...

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Categories: bereavement, death, deep, depression,

Suicide by jim meissner
Finger on the trigger I started to stall
Seconds later my brains are on the wall
A ribbon of blood flows out of my head
I look down...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, character, conflict,

My Respects by Megan Patterson
A second has passed,
Now a minute has gone.
Is it going too fast?
It seems so long.

A few days, he was fine.
A few days, no-one cried.
How weird...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grief, loss,