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Dog Death Poems

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


Premium MemberThe Passing away Of My Bear by sidney dugan
For the Passing Of My Dog Bear today
 
Vera Rosina Sonnet

The Passing of My Dog Bear

Oh, it’s such a sad day, to day
My sweet dog...

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Categories: angst, animal, appreciation, death,

Tyrone and the Black Dog by Wanda Daugherty
Tyrone and the Black Dog

Tyrone was a young man;
He wanted to have fun.
He was from a seedy part of town;
But he didn’t own a gun.

Black...

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Categories: death, anger, anxiety, cry, dark,



An Unlively Very Stiff upper Lip Masquerade by matthew harris
An Unlively Very Stiff (upper Lip) Masquerade
(any resemblance between averred one laid
to rest and yours truly...purely coincidental
regarding unnamed person liberated 
into heavenly glade!)

though innocently youthful...

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Categories: absence, blue, creation, death

Black Dog 2 by Wanda Daugherty
Black Dog 2

Mary was a single Mom;
Her stress was very great.
Sometimes her kids ate crackers,
And sometimes the rent was late.

Black Dog! What’s your purpose?
Why are...

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Categories: death, angst, anxiety, child, friend,

Black dog by Wanda Daugherty
Black Dog

Johnny was a quiet boy:  
He lived by Rangar Wood.
Johnny’s mother loved him,
As all good Mother’s should.

Black dog what’s you purpose?
Just to howl...

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Categories: animal, bereavement, boy, death,

Murder on a Hilltop by Wanda Daugherty
Murder on a Hilltop!

In a far off place my Captain died;
Upon a distant hill.
He was murdered, beaten like a dog,
They exhibited their kill.

Blood ran on...

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Categories: death, bible, care, christian, god,

TheWoman by Eric Cover
The Great Woman that was hunted and slain,
by spirits of the past and extrapolar plains.
Taking on a curse so I would not be lame.
Yet here...

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Categories: anti bullying, death, sad,

MALARIA by Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu
Malaria a shadowless giant
 masquerading himself
As a bird no an insect
He is a much room without wood
Milking and sucking breeze
Of human blood
Malaria massaging the body
And...

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Categories: africa, care, confusion, death,

Mother's Love by Sangay Dorji
Saddened words too often heard
Been long enough left withered
Never knew what once hath done
Though, loveth heart of others before its gone

I laid blissfully beside gazing...

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Categories: death, abortion, animal, appreciation, baby,

Bitcoin Player In The Blockchain Of Life by matthew harris
As always when in the initial throes
of writing what I strive to concoct viz
pièce de ré·sis·tance, 
which grandiose whim fizz
hills with utter futility, nonetheless this
nondescript...

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Categories: age, analogy, death, fate,

Death Friended Me On Facebook by matthew harris
(while trapped in Pottstown 
Memorial Hospital parking lot).

My humble apology to those,
who posted uber up lyft ting messages
to this Macbook Pro Facebook keeper,
without said scrivener...

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Categories: death, destiny, goodbye, natural

Skeleton Quay - abridged for Goosebumps contest by Terry Flood
Skeleton quay - abridged for Give Me Goosebumps contest



When the sniper fired his rifle and his faithful canine fell
A second bullet found his heart and...

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Categories: death, dog, funeral, soulmate,

Skeleton Quay - source poem for Goosebumps contest by Terry Flood
Foreword: Contains excepts from, and additions to, my own three part poem ‘Bone Idol’, which is way too long to submit here.

Skeleton Quay

He lingers on...

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Categories: best friend, death, grave,

Borrowed Time by Kurt Philip Behm
Today I turned seventy,
  and the clocks all faintly chimed

My hour glass near empty
  to mark the waning time

Weeks left on the calendar
...

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Categories: death, time,

PRAYER: power or placebo-- part III by L. J. Carber
So what is prayer? I have prayed for health, safety, even death for those terminally ill to spare them suffering. Am I selfish in this?...

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Categories: appreciation, death, god, history,

The Old Dog by Marc Glasby
At a point where the old road meets the hill
and runs down the other side
There's an old tin shed that's standing, still
and a grave where...

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Categories: animal, death, dog, emotions,

Some Kind of Lonely by M.P. Shaudd
Sixty years of them holding hands
Found a, battle hardened tough old man
Sitting, at a table all alone

He swore some days he still could see
His, highschool...

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Categories: death, grief, life, lonely,

Apocalypse by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
Pyramids of garbage
On an empty beer can
Swarm of flies...

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Categories: day, death, desire, dog,

Life Of A Canine Named Pooch by matthew harris
Life Of A Canine Named "Pooch”...
Equally Worthy As Mine

No explanation why,
the following unpleasant memory
     shocked this systemofadown human vie
bur rent lee,...

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Categories: death, absence, anger, best friend,

My partner's love by Kristen Bailey
When I lost my partner, I thought I would die,
It seemed so unfair, it must be a lie.
It had to be my hands that ended...

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Categories: animal, death, dog, grief,