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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.


The Girl with Eyes as Black as Crows by Anna Nomaly
On that night the moon seemed hidden from her starry brothers
The kind of night not suited for the fighters nor the lovers
I ventured out only...

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Categories: dark, death, fantasy, murder,

Sweet and Sour by Jan Pearce
“Sweet and Sour”


That’s what Love is…
Whether you are 
A brother,
A sister,
A mother,
A father,
A lover,
Or a friend.

We cannot sustain
The relationship
Without both
The bitter and the sweet.

We languish
In...

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Categories: death, love, love hurts,



Taken to Heaven by Brenda Rose
Please take my friend to heaven
For this to you Lord I implore
Don’t let her at all suffer
I pray for this not to happen anymore.

She’s been...

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Categories: christian, death, emotions, heartbreak,

Premium MemberA Sad Tale You May Want to Skip by Caren Krutsinger
True stories are often the saddest, so go to another poem if you 
are afraid of this one.
Seventy-five years ago a Mommy died leaving a...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

I Reckon Eyes Personal Necessity by matthew harris
I Reckon Eyes Personal Necessity,...
Sans Arduous Ordeal

To assess meager
cradling aborted efforts
miscarried ambitions, I now berate
myself plethora sans lack

of accomplishments to date
and admit painful truth to...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, death, eulogy,

A Life Was Taken Away by Mystery Girl
A painted black audi, damaged in every possible way
A life taken away
Bottles of beer and shots of vodka going smoothly down his throat
Lonely, misunderstood, misguided,...

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Categories: death,

Shopping bags by Aa Harvey
Shopping bags


In a concrete building, there lives a man.
He has not moved in many days.
There comes a knocking upon his door,
And he returns to his...

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Categories: art, death, friend, life,

The Viking - repost by Vladislav Raven
Glory and honour oh man of the North
Valhalla waits to welcome thee
Spend a night of passion with thy Lady
For tomorrow death or conquest await

Come into...

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Categories: death, dream, fantasy, hero,

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,

Premium MemberTo David The One With A Lion's Heart by Elise Hendry
To David …. The One With A Lion’s Heart

I never knew you...
At least this side of eternity…
In a way though….
I did know you….
I recognize your...

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Categories: death, grief, heaven, loss,

Premium MemberSad Eclipses Christmas by CayCay Jennings


My morning pierces my awake with grief’s thrust -
hitting me anew with the truth that he is gone.

Rising, I stagger thru cloudy bruises of disbelief
that...

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Categories: christmas, confusion, cry, death,

Questions by Ibohal Kshetrimayum
My shadow asks me to relate last night's dream
I say - No! I don't want to recall it
My shadow elongates longer and darker than
That of...

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Categories: death, conflict, confusion, corruption, courage,

Human Sacrifice by Paul Warren
A baby is a gift from god
But when a father decides
To sacrifice a defenceless baby
By throwing it in the sea
What can you think except that
This...

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Categories: death, murder,

Premium MemberThe Captain by John Gondolf
For sixty-nine long lovely years
the Captain manned the helm;
he caused the boat to keep afloat
while guiding through his realm.

Through cloudy days and stormy seas
the Captain...

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Categories: death, tribute,

Daddy's Little Girl by Shernilia Dennis
He was her world,
She was daddy's little girl, 
All she had was him since momma died, 
She lost a mother, he lost a wife.

He spoiled...

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Categories: childhood, death, love,

Premium MemberChair of Fire by Sherry Asbury
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Categories: death, father daughter, write,

Amalgamate by Eric Gregory
When the crowds disappear

Flashbulbs extinguish

Tears have enveloped back into a smile

I'll be here to comfort you

Say a kind word

Shoulder to lean on

Thy will be done.


Though...

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Categories: dad, death, eulogy, father

Letter to the Churches VIII by LIde Sangtam
Praise the Lord, for our salvation comes from Him
He holds my salvation in the palm of His hands,
He makes my soul cleanse of all unrighteousness.
He...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, father

THE GOAT OF KERIOTH-HEZRON by Isabel San Martin
You were exceptional, son of Simon,
A Judean among Galileans.
You were beloved, son of Simon,
Dependable. Unfailing. 
You were trustworthy, son of Simon,
How ironic for me to...

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Categories: death, bereavement, betrayal, bible, corruption,

The Cardinal by Jim Swanson
The winter sun rises,
A blade of light cuts across the sitting room.
It moves along the blue wall, a slow tide,
The ray reaches the oil painting...

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Categories: death, father son, inspirational,