Write Bereavement Poems

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Can't Fight City Hall by Trevor McLeod
They said we can't fight City Hall
and taught us not to try.
Then had us write about our deaths.
The how's as much as why.

When all we...

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Categories: analogy, angst, bereavement, city,

Premium MemberADIEU UNTIL I SEE YOU IN HEAVEN - EMOTIVE WRITE by JAN ALLISON
I know your spirit is finally free 
when I scattered your ashes yesterday 
Cancer has taken you away from me 
solitude is now the price...

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Categories: bereavement, heartbroken, missing you,



Ode to Rob by joan pond
I wanted to write a poem
with such music and guitars, strumming.
I tried at the teeth of the sound
 to draw up legions of noise.
I tried...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, death of

Premium MemberA Poet's Grief to Undying Love by millard lowe

Oh how I would love
To write flaming poems
Of love—singing songs stinging
The heart with arrow tipped words
Shot from Cupid’s quiver.
But today, passionate tears of joyous love
Have...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, children, hope,

Premium MemberWhy I Need You So Lord by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
I saw that I was broken, I felt the pain
I knew the shame, there were too many games
I don't want to blame, Lord I cannot...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, bereavement, betrayal,

Premium MemberParting by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
Parting

Marlene is dying
right now as these words
tumble onto electronic paper
her body is fighting, fighting

I talk to her
“Its alright”, I say
“you know the way”
we have discussed...

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Categories: bereavement, happy,

Premium MemberCRY OF DEMISE by nette onclaud


While gray waters of June moan…one last time
Near the dimming edge of our isle, offshore--
How  so many stars tremble quite sublime
For this clutch of...

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Categories: bereavement, strength,

Premium MemberTragedy on a Wednesday by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Nothing important happened today,
according to an omission 
in the local newspaper Metro page
The death of my best friend ... my husband,
this sad story of injustice...

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Categories: bereavement, death, husband, sorrow,

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 MemberKindred Spirits by terry shuff
So many Poets in the past expressed,
The finest thoughts,
They touched the heights, the depths. 
To grasp the future, as to make request,.
Remember kindred Spirits now...

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Categories: bereavement, memory, poetry, poets,

VULNERABLITY by Quondreika Cheatham
IF THE TRUTH BE TOLD I COULDN'T TELL YOU ABOUT MY HURT, MY PAIN, MY SORROW.

IF THE TRUTH BE TOLD I COULDN'T EXPRESS ANY OF...

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Categories: bereavement,

A Letter by CC Browning
Dear Rob:


Time heals all wounds is a white lie
Because I bleed a little everytime I cry
Memories can't replace the human touch
Sometimes it seems it's just...

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Categories: bereavement, best friend, brother,

Premium MemberOnly A Star by Brian Johnston
Poet's Notes:
I love this little poem. Kimmy's boss at the hair salon where she works died about a week ago and the family is very...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, celebration,

Premium MemberMY VOICE WILL NOT BE SILENCED by Judy Emery
MY VOICE WILL NOT BE SILENCED

I dance among the waves of an anger storm,
I let my voice be heard in a world that is dark...

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Categories: bereavement, bullying, color, emotions,

ODE TO AUNT MILLIE by Dan Cwiak
          It is difficult to write about one's family,
       ...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, death, family,

Bleeding Pen-II by Prashant Shaurya
The poet wished to cry out loud
And vent the slithering pain
Yet void in his sinking heart 
Won't let him flee this blain.

The pen then oozed...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, heartbroken, lost

Bleeding Pen-I by Prashant Shaurya
The pen rambled across the pad
To write something untrue 
Yet mind and heart did seldom see
When the pen hid it's rue.

Mind could think but heart...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, deep, fear,

The Diary by Mario Vitale
open...open...open your doors & swing

doing your thing

wrote some things down in my locket don't you forget it

shooting dope in the hallway

 

things are going your...

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Categories: bereavement, america, anxiety, appreciation, art,

Premium MemberA tribute to Grenfell Tower by Patricia Garcia Howard Bramble
I am a poet, an artist, a writer
A lover of humanity
This poem I write is about the Grenfell tower story.

Kensington,Kensington
What have you done
Blood stains and...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, betrayal, class,

Premium MemberThe Ivory Tusk Carry Me Home by connie pachecho
The Ivory Tusk Carry Me Home

On an island in my mind,
waves of despair roll in and out.
It never ceases.
An albatross plays the piano,
my last song...

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Categories: bereavement, depression, destiny,