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Brother Death Poems

These Brother Death poems are examples of Death poems about Brother. These are the best examples of Death Brother poems written by international poets.


Premium Member A Lemon Yellow Hat
A Lemon Yellow Hat

The morning light of a new day, 
cascades through the bedroom window. 
I am alone. 
Your pillow is soft, and close by,...

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Categories: death, appreciation, christian, dance, hero,



Premium Member Black Molasses




"Black Molasses"



Black Molasses 
holds to ransom 
footprints 
sucked into 
Tropic of Capricorn mud
as bushfires bleed
sugar from cane
like molten glucose 
shot into the veins
of Mother Earth...

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Categories: death, fire, world,

Memorial at the Carousel
My brother works at a carousel
In a tiny mountain town
And riders come from near and far
Because of its renown.

It mostly brings out smiles
And occasionally tears
But...

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Categories: appreciation, death,

Premium Member Brother
Brother you were the boy that grew into a great man.
Running cars were your joy.
Offering advice was your line.
The day you passed I was left...

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Categories: death, angel, brother, car, heaven,

Premium Member Beloved
Brevity perhaps was his destiny
Eternity his true fate of time
Leaving so many wounded in disbelief
Only one child were to carry on his legacy
Veiled to walk...

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Categories: brother, death,



Brothers

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Categories: bereavement, brother, death, eulogy,

Near Death Experience
I visited a special place, without awakening from the night.
Those who had been lost, were now brought into the light.
The darkness I had known, was...

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Categories: death, faith,

Premium Member The Bright Lights
The Bright Lights

Her hair is snow-white, 
but it was not always so. 
It was black, like the night. 
It was deep in color, 
near as...

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Categories: death, anniversary, appreciation, atheist, heartbreak,

Premium Member Alpha and Omega
Alpha and Omega

The reality is that I love men. 
They are perfect, just as they are. 
Not always doing as they are supposed to do....

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Categories: death, anniversary, atheist, childhood, divorce,

Premium Member Shadow Lights
Shadow Lights

Have you ever noticed? 
When you sit your hands upon the keys. 
If you close your eyes, 
just right...
not too tight, no peeking, but...

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Categories: death, angel, dance, grandfather, grandmother,

Premium Member I Came By
I Came By…
(to see you)

You don’t see me. 
I see you, every day. 
I am afraid to say hello. 
You may say good-bye. 

I just...

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Categories: death, appreciation, desire, friendship, girlfriend,

Premium Member Re-Creating Peace
Re-Creating Peace

The basket of castoffs is full. 
No one can wear clothes, torn and stained. 
Holes and rips that show use. 
The scissors cut them...

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Categories: death, america, angel, atheist, god,

Premium Member Spring Flower
Spring Flower

Long fine hair, 
that lay softly across her shoulders, 
and trailed down her back, 
all the way to her waist. 
The colors of brown...

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Categories: death, beautiful, happiness, heaven, inspirational,

Premium Member Planning Better
Planning Better

The goal line is high, 
and it will take most of my life, 
to climb to the top. 
That is okay, 
as an objective...

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Categories: death, allah, america, grave, growing

Premium Member Empty Vase
Empty Vase

We just met, 
and I know we are best friends. 
You will have to believe me, 
I don't have the strength or will to...

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Categories: addiction, angel, appreciation, death

Premium Member The Fever Spreads
The Fever Spreads

I am slipping. 
Not slowly but faster than expected. 
I wanted it to go better. 
I made a plan and have a goal....

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Categories: death, childhood, good morning, heartbreak,

Premium Member Tyrants Walk
Tyrants Walk 

What shall I feed my children? 
The garden is empty, 
the plants have been pulled up. 
The dog, we ate already. 
There are...

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Categories: america, childhood, death, heaven,

Premium Member Puzzles in Pink
Puzzles in Pink

Yesterday is just a dream. 
I took you everywhere, 
but you... do not remember. 

My little one, 
you cried and cried. 

We went...

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Categories: death, childhood, daughter, heaven, holiday,

Premium Member Safe Havens
Safe Havens 

The house is quiet. 
It is past the hour of dawn, 
and before the hour of noon. 
Yet, nothing is moving. 
The world...

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Categories: death, angel, depression, growing up,

Premium Member Home to Rest
Home to Rest
(She said, "I love my room." 
The very happy feeling of being home.)

Today, 
my daughter came home. 
She was not crying this time,...

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Categories: death, allah, angel, appreciation, daughter,