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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.

Premium Member A Mother's True Love
Love comes in many shapes, sizes and thoughts,
the love of flowers, things, our best pets.
Love may come as that special gift,
the one gift I have...

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Categories: death, baby, love, mother,

A soldier dies-a mother cries, a heart broken, words left unspoken,
So young a soldier laid to rest, a shiny medal upon his chest.

A soldier dies-a...

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Categories: death, bereavement, child, conflict, courage,

A couple of couplets
"O, Lord Jesus, wash away -- all of sin & death's decay" *
In Your Blood-&-Water's-ray -- Letting go, embrace Today! 

(Jan. 21)

* first line is...

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Categories: child, death, grief, hope,

Premium Member The Sitter
The Sitter

They rushed me in. 
I had no time to prepare. 
Talk they said. 
We will not be... long, 
it was a song.

My first...

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Categories: death, child, childhood, chocolate, daughter,

Premium Member Gathering the Bones
Gathering the Bones

You must believe me, 
I am in power. 
I know what is right for you. 
Your vote put me here, 
you can not...

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Categories: death, addiction, allah, america, child

Golden trophy of betrayal
‘I wish for his head, on a silver platter’
Mother whispered to daughter
‘Go dance my love, grant me the golden trophy’

‘I love you, mother,’ confidently
She took...

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Categories: betrayal, dance, death, family,

Premium Member Crazy
Mental Health
aka Crazy

The very topic is inclusive of the word, 
that haunts our every step from birth;
until our last breath. 

Fear has no power except...

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Categories: child abuse, death, discrimination,

Premium Member To the Last Breath
Protecting; To the Last Breath
(a dark moment)

My dear friend told me I was a good mom today. 
I went into the bathroom and tears sprang...

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Categories: death, abuse, child abuse, childhood,

A mothers grief
The tears that I have cried today, 
Are less than the day before.
Fewer than the previous week,
And I'll  be shedding more.

My tears, they come...

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Categories: death, emotions, grief,

Premium Member Black Molasses

"Black Molasses"

Black Molasses 
holds to ransom 
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,

Pearly gates

I’m brought before Saint Peter,
On display in a clear glass crate,
Nothing hidden up my sleeve,
Except a hammer, I jest to escape. 

He approaches...

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Categories: death, deep, depression, destiny,

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,

Premium Member My mother
To wipe your child’s tears
In last moments of your life
My mother, My dear!...

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Categories: child, cry, death, emotions,

'the number you have dialled has been disconnected'
I should have told you 
About the way my heart raced, 
And my pulse spiked where you touched me;
How your hand felt holding mine, 

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Categories: bereavement, death, devotion, grief,

A prayer of thanks
You held me as a child within the safety of your arms,
while my father slept unsoundly below the blood soaked earth,
you taught me words unfamiliar...

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Categories: death, dedication, grandfather, heaven,

Premium Member The broken doll
They gave me a small watch on Xmas Day
But with a watch a little child can’t play
I envied both my sisters with  new dolls

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Categories: death, allegory, angst, lost,

Premium Member A Perfect Love
Blessed are we, who live in His Majesty,
As death comes, and vivid leaves fallen,
And we rise to His glory-once again!

Blessed are we, descendants of nobility,

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Categories: christian, christmas, death, heaven,

Death in part
A life so giving, 
A love so filling, 
But a heart of stone,

A wife so caring, 
A child so becoming, 
But I feel alone,

I feel...

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Categories: dad, dark, death, emotions,

he was my dear son
no one left to call me Mum
was my only child...

1st January 2020

Contest Name: Senryu on Mother |
Sponsor: Jenish Somadas

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Categories: death, mother son,

Premium Member Grief

God gave me an angel, 
a wife, 
a helpmate.
I had no idea the worth of that gift, 
bestowed upon my unworthy life.

Regret has nothing to...

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Categories: death, allusion, anniversary, atheist, child