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Elegy Death Poems

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

Premium Member Death's Cold Hand
Easter brings back sad memories. 
My mother died on Good Friday.
She was a bible scholar and quoted
Jesus's words every day to us kids.
I remember her...

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Categories: death, grandmother, loss, mother,

Premium Member Death's Cold Hand

           Forbearance ... I beg you ...

     Must you squeeze -...

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Categories: dark, death, fear, introspection,

memories back then
When i used to cry 
she says,

Why crying?

Is it because you are not a man enough,

Is it because you are too docile to be bold


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Categories: death of a friend,

Alone Without You
What amount of regret will bring you back?
How much tears will I shed before I see you again?
Where does my pain bound to go?
Who am...

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Categories: death, goodbye, sad, sad

Over Bacon and Cigarettes
by mornings and sunsets
the daily city rituals
consumed with norms and smiles
I try to find me in it

by wonderful words spoken
The music commemorates us
Watch for the...

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Categories: death, sad, sad love,

The Game Of Life
The game of life 
 Starts with first 
 Breath  in then
 Breath out
 Breath in
 Breath out
 Continue till last

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Categories: death, family, games, introspection,

Dance Of Death
Dance of death at edge of everything
            An elegy of discomposure it sings

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Categories: death, depression, farewell,

More Than A Teacher
Dedicated to the late Ms. Garbus
She could never be thanked enough
For the ways in which she touched our community 

Twisting the tango
As she taught me...

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Categories: appreciation, death, grief,

I Dont Want to Live This Life
I Don't Want to Live This Life

(Change of pace equals review of book
long out of circulation,
but eyes experience immediate hook
so perhaps...take a look
and best locate...

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Categories: addiction, birth, courage, death,

Forever In My Heart
It look like yesterday 
death is a thief 
Always in my heart 
and mind
The phone call is still fresh
in my mind
A year is almost gone

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Categories: death,

I Die A Little More
What would you have me say
 I die a little each and every day?
Those last few days and hours we sat silently together,
 you said...

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Categories: absence, death,

Reclaiming my time
Reclaiming my time

18 years spent wasting away
I’m a lost scavenger every new day
Time spent searching desperately
For new eyes to help me see
The key that will...

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Categories: absence, angst, dad, death,

Death Of Me
The Death of me
Differ from death of you
Death of mine stays in me
While yours follows you
Thou sees not of thee death
Death of faceless faces

The death...

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Categories: 1st grade, death,

Death I Am
Thee feels sickness
Am not that of sickness
Am a curse to your destiny
Am thee who takes you from your many
To Thou land of any

 I might...

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Categories: 1st grade, death,

Premium Member Bruce Walker, elegy
My teacher died.
   His lungs failed him.

He taught me that the lungs
harbor grief.

   His lungs are gone.
My grief...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Alan Kurdi
Alan Kurdi lies on the beach
Like autumn’s fallen leaf
Seagulls soar in the sky
Singing a song of grief

His eyes are bright pools
Swimming in the deep
Are forgotten...

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Categories: death, 5th grade, beach, child,

In Memoriam, Jones Fantastic Museum
Jones, Jones, where are your bones? 
I'd like to hear again your moans, your groans, 
underneath loathed graveyard stones, 
all with weird sepulchral tones, 

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Categories: death of a friend,

Bee And Flower
Bee comes, drinks honey 

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Categories: death, life,

42 Days of Sadness
The time when I ran and you chase
You always find me
I cry unto you. Holds me

This time I run to chase you
I will never find...

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Categories: bereavement, death, depression, heartbreak,

A Random Felo De Se
I'm in a relationship with myself
Walking alone on a ticking clock
Improvising only to disappoint
Existing to be invisible.

People who came and left
Took a piece of me

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Categories: death, depression, loneliness, lost