Water Bereavement Poems

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


Uncle by Catelyn Meeker
Uncle 

I remember your fierce stare and the blueness of your eyes, like clear pools of ocean water reflecting me. 

You died when I was...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, death, deep,

The Captain by roger turner
He sat all alone, drinking jim beam and coke

Looking out as the waves crashed ashore

He kept to himself, drinking jim beam and coke

As the storm...

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Categories: america, bereavement, child, dad,



Premium MemberTHREE PM GOOD FRIDAY by James Edward Lee Sr.
They spat at Him
Lead Him to His grave
Nailed Him to a cross
All though it was lost
This man whom was once the babe
Birth in the town...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, birth, celebration,

Cattle colony by john chizoba vincent
we've counted all the cattles
those going to South and West 
those to the East and Middlebelt
our ancestral souls still beat
patriotically among the wind. 
they have...

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Categories: absence, abuse, africa, bereavement,

Premium MemberA Mother's Goodbye by John Newlin
A Mother's Goodbye

She clutched the triangular fold
of white stars on a blue field
as she stood on the hallowed ground.

She sang dolefully, with a reverence
that shaped...

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Categories: bereavement,

Premium Member Risen Flower out of Soul and Sins by James Edward Lee Sr.
I dig the hole,
I plant the seeds,
I water daily,
I cultivate, share the Son,
When will you rise flower out of soul and sins?


2/10/18
By James Edward Lee...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, caregiving, community,

Was it an angel's wings I saw spreading by Ralph Plant
Was it an angel’s wings I saw spreading
Was is it the Milky Way
She lived her life in water; and she’s there
In her perfect Death.
Never taking...

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Categories: bereavement, faith, heartbreak, sad

A ROBBED SCHOLAR by Anderson Walkingshoes
"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,

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 MemberIN HELL WITH NO COOL WATER by James Edward Lee Sr.
IN HELL WITH NO COOL WATER

An Old & New Aged Negro Spiritual
by James Edward Lee Sr.

It's hot all over and I'm so thirsty
It's hot all...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, assonance, bereavement,

Premium MemberThe Withdrawing Room by Donna Loughman
Unrhymed tercets

The Withdrawing Room

Huddled together in this abstemious grey chamber
no windows or means of escape walls closing in
trapped where the un-sanctified transactions are made 


Daunting...

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Categories: abortion, bereavement, courage, emotions,

I still feel you by Scharlie Meeuws
I still feel you in the summer meadows 
we walked, 
and in thoughts that shape 
prayers without words. 

I watched you 
staggering, panting, 
exulting. 
You...

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Categories: bereavement,

Diana at the Ides of August, Part Three by Gary Onderisin
Apparently in time and space, the dark "House of the Empire of [Utter] Chaos" duly falls: Weakened injurious walls tumble into ruination and leave an...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, betrayal, change,

Diana at the Ides of August, Part One by Gary Onderisin
"Jesus said, 'Whoever finds the world and becomes rich, let him renounce the
world.'"

   --- The gnostic Gospel of Thomas, Saying 110

"Jesus said, 'If...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, betrayal, faith,

Premium MemberThe Withdrawing Room by liam mcdaid
Huddled together in this abstemious grey chamber
no windows or means of escape walls closing in
trapped where the un-sanctified transactions are made 


Daunting without exit the...

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Categories: abortion, bereavement, child abuse,

Treading Water by Jessica Palmer
The tides come and go, as the moon says hello and goodbye.
The water rises and falls, as the sun comes to live and die.
She just...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, courage, death,

Premium MemberFlickering Candle by Frederic Parker
Light fractures, as it filters through Jasmine
a soft splayed light on the wrinkled skin
of an old man's hands
it brings warmth to his mornings
under the vines,...

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Categories: age, bereavement, confusion, loneliness,

Flood In Bangladesh by Dibbendu Dwip
Flood is a very common occurrence in Bangladesh

Due to its position and altitude.

In-spite of its all experience and forecast,

The country always falls in awkward situation,

When...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, boat, food,

Premium Membershade masked in excellence by cs parker
The shade masked an excellence
Abounding quaint noiselessly
It was a hard morning frost
Around a pool of shallow water
Like BP spout spilling ancient earth amenities
But there was...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, bereavement,

Where are the children by Roxanne Dubarry
Where are the children?  Where are the children this night and day? In the African nation of South Sudan, there is a horrible famine....

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Categories: africa, baby, bereavement, child,