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Child Death Poems

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


RAINBOW CHILD by john doherty
Remembering the precious time we shared
Although it went to quick a fleeting glance
I bear the sadness of your birth and death
Never far from my thought...

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Categories: death, angel, baby, bereavement, child,

Premium MemberI Forgive You Mom, Forgive Me by Dear Heart
My mother died young, she was only sixty-nine,
we had a history that was not always wonderful;
she said and did things, and I said and did...

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Categories: death, mother daughter,



I Didn't Listen by John Steward
I Didn’t Listen

Thoughts of days gone by drift through my mind
Visions of you appear as though magic,
I know mistakes that left you behind
Results of our...

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Categories: angst, death, drink, grief,

Premium MemberHe Was Forever Young by Caren Krutsinger
He was forever young.
Forever doing silly stuff.
Forever getting lit.
Forever drinking himself to death.
He was thirty-seven, but forever five.
Best things they could think to say.
Everyone smiling...

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Categories: death,

Strapped on my mother's back by Luyanda Ngema
Chatter of women fill the streets
Happy screams of children in perfect harmony
A beautiful world I see
A knot holds me steady 
My mother's back a safe...

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Categories: child, death, loss,

ADESEWA by Speare Earth Poetry




Created in the image of Òrisa and Olorun eleda
Visage brighter than Moremi's memories. 
Gifted the body of a voluptuous goddess,
For fear, Mortal men trembled at...

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Categories: africa, birth, death, deep,

Suicide Trails by Laycie Premoe
She walks down the trails alone, yet not.

Ghosts surround her

She hides away behind a mask

Pain oozes from behind the mask

Look into her eyes

You will see...

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Categories: death, suicide,

Premium MemberSadness Under Anger by Caren Krutsinger
There is a lot of hocus pocus when
The out-of-control-child is too upset to focus.
Family struggles.
Divorce.
Grandma’s death.
Mama’s leaving.
Daddy’s anger.
No food in the house.
He is now as...

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Categories: death, child abuse,

Premium MemberMy Choice by Sandra Weiss
I am a nurse, pediatrics was my choice.
There were days of smiles, days of tears.
I was their advocate, I was their voice.
I was there to...

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Categories: appreciation, children, death, grief,

That mourning by Chisom Udeoba
That mourning. 



The incident that took place in our lodge still held everyone in awe. The lodge had been unusually calm and gloomy for three...

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

KINDERGARTEN IN KASHMIR by KAMRAN RASHID
Pain is the teacher.
Fear is the ink.
Death is the picnic.
Peace is the prank.
Killings uplifting their rank.
Violations are all in their think-tank.
Wearing Jackboots and holding guns...

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Categories: death, abuse, child abuse, conflict,

Love the sad story of Joey and Rory Feek of GAITHER fame by Anil Deo
I
What a twisting tide is cervical cancer 
Gospel, poetry, family ... remain one answer

II
Sewed into the tapestry of God and family
Their arling with Down Syndrome...

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Categories: death, angst, cancer, child, christian,

Premium MemberIs My Time Up by Brenda Chiri
I think time is a deciever of all
As I listen to the tick tock 
How the face of time seemed to mock me
And say
"You have...

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Categories: child abuse, creation, death,

My dearest by Written Voice
That night when I saw you 
Your tear stained face 
That inexplicable heart ache 
I could never explain 

I was glad ... Very glad that...

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Categories: death, endurance, feelings, first love,

The soul Errand and other poems by Saheed Ridwan
The Soul Errand
To Sir Walter Raleigh Tomb.

Since my soul shall though go
Upon a thankless arrent too
I fear not to touch the best so
The truth shall...

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Categories: death, africa, beautiful, beauty, child,

Premium MemberChild Abuse:Psychological Incest by Janet Bingham
CHILD ABUSE: PSYCHOLOGICAL INCEST.

Didn't I clap when you wanted me to
and smile
when I felt like crying,
and eat more through it all
for love's sake?

Didn't I cry...

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Categories: dad, death, endurance, evil,

The Gallows by Jean Bush
A gallows stands in the midnight light;
The empty rope swings left to right.
The rotting steps stand bleak and bare
Though many feet had passed through there.

A...

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Categories: death, judgement, society,

A Starving Child by W.A. CHOLT
Holding in her arms 
A Starving child 
His frail emaciated body 
Bloated with hunger, 
Indicts a world of greed.


      ...

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Categories: child, conflict, death, poverty,

Twenty First Century Civilization Gone Askew by matthew harris
Twenty First Century Civilization Gone Askew...?

Methinks perchance man
     kind always vain
n'er did appertain
moral hike polar opposite
     from...

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Categories: america, death, destiny, heaven,

Premium MemberCHILDHOOD LAMENT by Kim Rodrigues
attracted to her fingers
and slippery as an eel
its one dead eye stares at her
— the silver dollar

lonely child spoons dirt over
the sandwich bag zippered shut
there’s...

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Categories: child, death, fish,