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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.


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,

Somethings I Wish I'd Never Seen by Mike Hauser
I've seen them come
I've seen them go
I've seen the needle
Take another soul
I've seen the vacuum 
I've seen the hole
I've seen things
I'd rather not know

I've seen...

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Categories: death, drug,



The Joy I'm Without by Kurt Philip Behm
I walked with Colby,
  he never walked with me

His spirit to guide us,
  his love in the lead

We circled the globe
  a...

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Categories: death, dog, joy,

Reflecting On Thy Long Doggone Pooch by matthew harris
Reflecting On Thy Long Doggone Pooch -
"Georgie Harris"

At present moment thoughts adrift,
     whereat figurative throne,
     this chap...

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Categories: death, 3rd grade, absence, animal,

Premium MemberJOINING SOPHIE by JENNIFER PROXENOS
JOINING SOPHIE

Sophie and I used to often sit
At our small quaint,
Downtown café,
Sometimes all day,
I so enjoyed Sophie’s
Charm and wit.
The solace we found here,
Was so relaxing,
We...

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Categories: death, life,

Elevator Man by Mike Hauser
He was just an elevator man
If he had a name he never said
Among few words were what floor 
Pushing buttons, sliding doors

It wasn't like he...

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Categories: death, life,

Sometime Before I Die by L. J. Carber
Sometime before I die,
I'd like to know --
why birds get to fly,
why people lie,
why I love the sky,
why dogs must die,
why cherries make
the best pie...
and...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, death, dog,

Premium MemberFartology by Jack Ellison


How did the phrase “Spitting Image” originate
Seems kinda gross to me
Now here's something I've often wondered about
Do Queens expectorate... surely Kings do
For that matter, they...

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Categories: death,

Memories by Emily Willbur
My old sweet dog
tangled with fog
and ate like a hog

Old dear Buster
quiet and adjuster
who gave me a fluster

he left in such a hurry
I would do...

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Categories: animal, best friend, death,

We Were Not Promised Another Day by Bette Bavington
As I look in the distance I see the new grave.
It's a realization
As feelings come to me in a tidal wave
Of how much companionship and...

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Categories: death, animal, bereavement, best friend,

Dynamic Re Flexion Within The Restless Earth by matthew harris
Dynamic Re: Flexion Within The Restless Earth

Blame Neptune for unleashing
     Indonesian tragic phenomena
     just by his innocent...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, adventure, atheist,

Premium MemberSpooky place by Mark J. Halliday
There's something spooky about that place,
So no one goes in there.
It makes chills run up your spine.
There's something in the air.

The yard is overgrown with...

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Categories: death, evil, fear, horror,

My Best Friend by Ernilando Tugaff
My Best Friend

My best friend
Shih Tzu
Died...

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Categories: animal, best friend, death,

It Takes Balls to Live by arthur weil
Life is a ball, bouncing – retrieving 
You never know how far it goes
How it bounces
Like your hopes and aspiration
So you learn, prepare
and like a...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, best friend,

Premium MemberRedbone, A Mighty Blow Given Night That You Died by Robert Lindley
Redbone, A Mighty Blow Given Night That You Died


He a mighty dog, grandpa just called him Redbone
As big as a hog, he weighed in over...

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Categories: boy, death, dog, emotions,

Labrador by Brianna Hobson
Kept on pushing but nothing came
Doctor waves his arms in shame
The nurses don't know who to blame

Instead they take to shivering
The tulips begin delivering
Ivory petals...

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Categories: animal, birth, child, death,

Premium MemberTender Days by Stephe Watson


Guilt is immortal

Grief can live only in the tender hours,
in the sweet bittersweet tender days -
the days who number some number
unknown to all, felt by...

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Categories: death of a friend,

MAKE YOUR PEACE by Jackie VanWagner
Bird flu, Sunammi, Earthquakes and War....
  Kinda makes ya wonder how much longer we are here for
Political MESS, Health care not the best
 ...

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Categories: death, society, universe,

Premium MemberI'm So Lazy and Sometimes Crazy by Lu Loo
I have always been so hopelessly lazy.
            Stoic and aloof, sometimes psychotic. 
I can...

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Categories: death, dog, family, love,

Seascape by Jean Bush
Oh, how you loved it, puppy,
When first you saw the beach.
“Sit, stay, don’t dig the sand.”
I had so much to teach.

You barked and rolled and...

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Categories: beach, cry, death, dog,