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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 In Truth, He Lies, Kendra Cries
In Truth, He Lies, Kendra Cries


Drug buy,
for one it went good.
Drug buy,
for one it went bad.

You see Kevin,
wore high heeled sneakers.
You see Kevin,
was his junkies'...

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Categories: 12th grade, confusion, death,

A letter to Timothy
Dearest Timothy,
  It took twenty years
to face your folks 
between grateful tears

So sad to say
your your son died
saving mine.


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Categories: death, death of a

Premium Member The Cold Doorknobs
The Cold Doorknobs 

I am sure there will be that profound moment in time
when the dog out back will stop its incessant yapping,
Its unrelenting impulse...

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Categories: death,

Upon the Death of My Brother
At the end of this past night's dream, I came around the corner and saw into the kitchen, where Wilum was doing the dishes. I...

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Categories: brother, death, funeral, grief,

Silent, dawn crept low and solemn
Over the Virginia valley
The misty orange haze of a pale sunrise
Cloaking the farmer's field

Blue and Gray, mixed with red
Life fleeing...

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Categories: death, america, brother, change, conflict,

Premium Member Apocalypse Series - Part 3 'Famine'
This is the third in a series of four Apocalypse poems. One of us has taken the traditional route and written about four Horsemen. The...

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Categories: bible, conflict, death, fear,

Why Should You Miss Me
Why should you miss me?
When I was there were you aware?
Aware that I exist or was I someone you chose to dis?
Dismiss from your sight...

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Categories: change, death, god, how

Premium Member Hello Brother
John Lennon asked us to imagine,
but I don’t think I can.
How can rampant murder
be part of someone’s plan?

When evil is performed by Muslims
we tarnish all...

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Categories: death, discrimination,

Mommy Tried
Daddy lived for the corn whiskey
Died in a jar
Brother tried to fly
Found dead in his car
All that is left is Mommy and me
Mommy tried for...

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Categories: dark, death, family,

For Flowers Fade
Three brothers, so the legends go,
left their land of ice and snow,
and came upon a sun-bright place,
and mingled with a different race.

The eldest spent too...

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Categories: brother, death, flower, life,

The Prick Of A Sting

Here We Go Let Go Sorrows

You're Good I Got Ya

Call Me First Thing 2marrow

Kiss On The Head I Love Ya

Quit My...

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© Nusku Asar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, addiction, brother, death,


Blog was A young girl who was 
Still at school
Everyone loved Blog, she
Was nobody’s fool,
In fact her peers regarded as...

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Categories: death, anger, love,

Let the Bugler Play
A lonely figure stands at attention
Old, feeble and walks with a cane
He waits patiently
Despite his age would not complain.

A warm and gentle breeze blows
Where white...

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Categories: bereavement, death, farewell, patriotic,

The Interruption Of Death Speaking
What was said by death, I shall write in a mystery. And full of trouble as a shadow, such as one. And clean thing our...

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Categories: death, kiss,

Facebook As Confessional Minus Sexual Abuse
Past psychological development
describes zigzagging mama's yoyo
casually, aye publicize, (asper
mein kampf) personal woe

unpleasant memories indelibly
etched, jagged, scar outlined like ticktacktoe
solitary games invariable resultant
draw between every “x”...

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Categories: death, 6th grade, 7th grade,

Premium Member The Sad Tragic Tale of Dennis Lloyd Martin
His parents' worst nightmare that left them disheartened
is the sad tragic tale of Dennis Lloyd Martin

On a family outing at Cades Cove park
Dennis, his brother...

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Categories: dark, death, mystery, scary,

Premium Member My mortality

My mortality,
I once deemed far away
For I was young and strapping
But winds of time cause thinking to sway
Bringing thoughts to bear of my eternal napping.



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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, god, judgement,

Begin Again
It was a sudden turn
That didn’t make sense
Into the darkest forest
The region most dense
Where darkness reins
And fear remains
Where gray clouds
Bring cold, heavy rains
We were shattered...

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© Al Kender  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brother, death, grief, remember,

Premium Member A Grieving Child
The child who has lost a grandparent
Wants to spend all of her time with the surviving ones.
Watching them sleep, checking their breathing.
Fearful of the next...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member The Dance of Death
The dance of death has started 
And that's the way that it will be.
I have hung around for my turn,
Now there's no one left but...

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Categories: death,