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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.

Child of War
I was never asked to choose a side, it is to fate I must abide. I am the child that war has aged, I am...

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Categories: death, anger, child, conflict, cry,

Premium Member That Was Then, This Is Now
I love hearing stories,
stories from my grandparents.
They love to tell stories,
stories from many years ago.
Grandma tells about bread,
when black showed up they would cut if off.

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Categories: death, blue, child, food, grandparents,

Echoes of Sorrow mourning the Loss of Innocence
It grieves me to witness our youth's demise,
Each day, each hour, another life unties.
Daughters, sons, announced dead, bereft,
In a world where cruelty has left.

What have...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, death, emotions,

Premium Member Burial Mound
It would be a disaster!
What would?
The defacing of the burial stones. 
Who am I communing with?
The council.
Ahh, that's not as mysterious as I'd hoped.

I might...

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Categories: death,

Reflection of redemption
A thief, a murderer, an arsonist
Before all these I was someone’s child
An embezzler, a liar, a con artist
Before all this I had big hopes and...

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Categories: anger, corruption, death, discrimination,

Premium Member Grief
Trauma and loss, a child has died
That never goes away …don't even try
It's in every room,every breath,every step you take
When Your asleep and when your...

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Categories: baby, child, death, grief,

Premium Member Blame
Quote: A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. By John Burroughs

Life has many ups...

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Categories: death, child, hurt, life, people,

Premium Member A Father's Decree
In realms beyond, where shadows dance with glee,
Draw near, sweet child, and heed my decree.
Though my earthly form resides, in silent repose,
My essence endures, as...

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Categories: death, beautiful, bereavement, dad, dark,

Premium Member Blame
A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. John Burroughs

This is not a sad poem,

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, death, father son,

A Hunger Unfed
from your first born, when you grab a dusting of talc, crushed with late night feeds, stirring in bouncing and stories on a knee,

adding a...

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Categories: death, analogy,

Premium Member The Journey
He always brought the subject up at the most inappropriate of times, usually when some c**t was trying to kill us.
Are you a believer now?

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© Paul Bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, god, war, women,

Premium Member Voyage
By Poet: "A blue carpet as far as we can see. My child I call it an Ocean."

I could not stay,
just needed to run away.

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Categories: death, blue, day, goodbye, happy,

Premium Member Thunder
I will roar,
I am not a bore.
My loud sound may put you on the floor,
or hiding behind a door.
They tell children I am angels bowling,

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Categories: death, angel, child, fun, rain,

Premium Member BLACK AND WHITE
A lonely young girl,
dreams each night for a doggy.
A new furry friend to hold tight,
a new friend to play with.
Someone to love,
someone to care for.

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Categories: death, child, friend, heaven, love,

Souls are Worth What You'd Sell for
My first enemy was one I should have loved
He claimed that he loved me but I suppose not enough
He carved the gaps in all my...

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Categories: abuse, death of a

Book: Shattered Sighs