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Father Death Poems

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


SORRY by Sanjeevani Sarkar
The river is still, so are the stars
And the clouds roaring with pain
As if locked behind the bars

And there is someone sitting alone in a...

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Categories: 11th grade, cry, death,

A MAN by Sibusisiwe Ncede
Is a man that was robbed of his life
Is a man that was robbed of his wealth
Is a man that was robbed of his wisdom
Is...

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Categories: death, absence, africa, black love,



Premium MemberThe Dead Visit by Dear Heart
The dead come to visit me,
although they are all very dead,
they wake my sweet sleep calling out my name,
and I am entwined with these shadows!

I...

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Categories: death,

Praying for a Quick Death by Christopher Flaherty
Quickly, 
Quickly, 
Quickly.

You spoke in search of light relief

And hearing your cries for Help

I cried myself to Sleep

On the rotten old couch upstairs 

While Mum...

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Categories: cancer, death, slam,

No Tomorrow by sonya Stewart
It's another day for us 
But not him
Someone stopped his right to live
Leaving his children fatherless 
He's gone 
I didn't get to say goodbye 
No...

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Categories: death,

Tonight Heaven Got One Hell of a Man by M.P. Shaudd
They dont make em like they used to he said
With a tear on his face
And we each share a mem'ry of him
That sorrow and time...

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Categories: appreciation, death, dedication, eulogy,

Pop Sickle by Rico Leffanta
Old Father Time offered for sale
Used scythes Death designed to impale
The demos were free
But if you ask me
Those buyers looked woefully pale!...

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Categories: death, funny, time,

Premium MemberAn American Hero by jon gutmacher
An American Hero
copyright 2015 by jon gutmacher

I hear the muffled drums
in the distance
People stop
some shed tears
men remove their hats
others place a hand over their heart
remembering...

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Categories: america, courage, death, dedication,

I Didn't Listen by John Steward
I Didn’t Listen

Thoughts of days gone by drift through my mind
Visions of you appear as though magic,
I know mistakes that left you behind
Results of our...

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Categories: angst, death, drink, grief,

Premium MemberAmerican Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf by Robert Lindley
American Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf

Thirsty for red moon, its sacred beams and eternal pull
howling-out to speak to this dark and blind world, without...

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Categories: art, conflict, death, history,

Premium MemberUncle Aaron's Passing by ilene bauer
My father's older brother
Passed away at 95.
That's 40 more years than
His younger sibling was alive.

My father never lived to meet
His grandkids or to know
The joy...

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Categories: death, family,

The New Song by Kurt Philip Behm
As answers deceive
The questions stand
And dancers leave
To track the sand
Round robin conspiracy
Threatening us all
The letters all lower case
Their finality tall
Butting my head
Inside of the line
“When...

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Categories: death, life, time, words,

Hell House - Part - 6 by Vladislav Raven
Fr Thomas stepped quickly forward and he angrily grasped hold of the Captain’s arm, turning him round forcefully to face him. There was an audible...

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Categories: dark, death, emotions, fantasy,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: change, conflict, courage, death,

Walk Shall I by Tedd Donnelly
I walk in a path of stones, my feet are bloodied from the path.
 My clothes are dirty and torn, my throat is very dry,...

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Categories: death,

Suicide Trails by Laycie Premoe
She walks down the trails alone, yet not.

Ghosts surround her

She hides away behind a mask

Pain oozes from behind the mask

Look into her eyes

You will see...

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Categories: death, suicide,

MOURNING by Tiffany Harvester
THE NIGHT HAS FALLEN
UPON ME
DREARY AND SULLEN
DARK AS ALASKAN WINTER
I AM LEFT
DUMBSTRUCK
EMPTY AS THE MIDNIGHT AIR
THE WORLD
HAS LOST ALL MEANING
THERE IS A SUDDEN MADNESS
DEVOURING ME
I...

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Categories: death, father, loss,

Premium MemberFather Arthur by arthur vaso
Dear Son
even I am long gone
dead and buried
please son take heed
the good lord will plead
good deeds do matter
sin will land you in the hereafter
down under...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, jesus,

Premium MemberChild Abuse:Psychological Incest by Janet Bingham
CHILD ABUSE: PSYCHOLOGICAL INCEST.

Didn't I clap when you wanted me to
and smile
when I felt like crying,
and eat more through it all
for love's sake?

Didn't I cry...

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Categories: dad, death, endurance, evil,

Premium MemberConversation Between Father, Daughter About Mother's Death by Janet Bingham
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING

Before the days of Christmas,
I shopped everywhere.
I couldn't stand the music.
I couldn't stand the glare.
The thing that I most wanted
was to go out on...

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Categories: death, blessing, christmas, conflict, encouraging,