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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.


A letter to Timothy
Dearest Timothy,
  It took twenty years
to face your folks 
between grateful tears

So sad to say
your your son died
saving mine.

     ...

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Categories: death, death of a



Premium Member Half-Orphaned - A letter to a son from a father in heaven
Half-Orphaned - A letter to a son from a father in heaven

Dear Son,

Sorry!
to leave you half-orphaned
to abandon you with my death

Sorry!
for not picking you from...

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Categories: death, father son, forgiveness,

Deep Within
I have written many things
Of which you will never read
About you, to you, regarding you
A mystery they will always be
Secrets deep within my heart
Hidden by...

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Categories: death, allegory, betrayal, eulogy, father,

A poem of my father
A father first
just another dead man now.

Dead well over forty years-
Dead at forty-four.

I, up in age now
have surpassed you
by some fifty years.

Oh the times of...

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Categories: dad, death, farewell,

Death's Cold Hand
His icy pain twisted into expressive serenity
As he grasped at my 'late' mother dressed in white
Grief held my heart with strength desperately
When my daddy asked...

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Categories: death, father, pain,

Premium Member LOST AND FOUND


he wanders,

somewhere,

never, 

returning home,

his children,

searching,

everywhere,

for a fatherly love, 

finding it,

In destructive things,

the hugs,

that drown pain,

grown,

blowing, 

his own kisses,

they never can,

reach home,

from his Father,

the words,

a gift...

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Categories: death, drug, emotions, father,

Why Should You Miss Me
Why should you miss me?
When I was there were you aware?
Aware that I exist or was I someone you chose to dis?
Dismiss from your sight...

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Categories: change, death, god, how

Swedish Saga
Swesish Saga

Gerda left Sweden with an odd liking for turnips.
She claimed hard labor ruined her hands.
She hated her father.
Fritchof walked like an ex-sailor.
He had a...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, marriage,

Premium Member Now heavy the years
The father lay dying
  loving son at his side
All his life he'd been trying
  to be his son's guide

The son lifted his eyelids
...

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Categories: death, emotions, father son,

The Ballad of Agnes Bean
From ‘The Woe of Roanoke ‘
It wasn’t just the gale that chilled his skin
As he mulled on the cannibal captured within.
In trembling state he clenched...

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Categories: abuse, death, evil, gothic,

Perdition Be Damned
Perdition Be Damned!

Body electric zapped
lower gastrointestinal tract
wracked with wretchedness
pitted, rocked, and tortured
severe muscle spasms cramp
deathly hallowed deliverance

beseech divine creator to exorcise relief
any panacea trumpeted vetoed
pestilential...

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Categories: atheist, death, father, funeral,

The Ancient Viking Warrior In His Old Age - A Collaboration With Robert
Part - 1.

Biding his time, as each day wrangles its hours away
his soul resting between heaven and Hade's hot fires
for wanton desires shall demand highest...

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Categories: age, dark, death, dream,

Let the Bugler Play
A lonely figure stands at attention
Old, feeble and walks with a cane
He waits patiently
Despite his age would not complain.

A warm and gentle breeze blows
Where white...

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Categories: bereavement, death, farewell, patriotic,

Premium Member Phantom Anthology
In this book of rhyme, written into pages,
Suspecting suspicion suspended,
On the backs of us, skipping on skeletons,
Bearing from kingdoms otherworldly,

Packing it with a wolf, pit...

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Categories: dark, death, sad, spiritual,

My Evil Stepmother and I
My evil stepmother and I became lovers and we killed my dad.
We did it so that we could get all of the money that he...

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Categories: dark, death, father son,

The Interruption Of Death Speaking
What was said by death, I shall write in a mystery. And full of trouble as a shadow, such as one. And clean thing our...

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Categories: death, kiss,

Premium Member FOREVER DYING
after laying, 
my mother to rest, 
in her bed of pine, 
how I detest, 
that she sleeps, 
so deep,
so peacefully,  
leaving me behind, 
her...

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Categories: death, child abuse, childhood, conflict,

Hidden beneath
Never did a fire so fierce
Blow across the land
That same land
His heart did grow
Nourished by his sweat and toil
No more
The morning mist
Will hear his weathered...

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Categories: death, father, fire, horse,

Premium Member My Son's Resting Place
All paths lead back to this place
Where you rest in eternal peace
Today a white blanket of nature
Keeps you in God’s warm embrace

Snowflakes fall around me...

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Categories: death, father son, grave,

Place at table

                        ...

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Categories: cancer, death,