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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.


Premium Member A Mother's True Love
Love comes in many shapes, sizes and thoughts,
the love of flowers, things, our best pets.
Love may come as that special gift,
the one gift I have...

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Categories: death, baby, love, mother,



Hero
A soldier dies-a mother cries, a heart broken, words left unspoken,
So young a soldier laid to rest, a shiny medal upon his chest.

A soldier dies-a...

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Categories: death, bereavement, child, conflict, courage,

The Zombies of Zander Ranch, Part II
II.
They were locked inside, surrounded by moans,
the pained cries of Hell enveloped the home,
the rancher too broken to even speak,
while Rose went and got Sol...

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Categories: death, adventure, conflict, corruption, dark,

A Father
A Father
by Dylan Williamson

Your father is someone to protect you
Someone to help when you’re down
To help with something new
Give you a smile when you’ve a...

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Categories: angst, dark, death, father,

Premium Member A New January
Resolutions each January I feel I must do.                 ...

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Categories: death, february, january, power,



Premium Member My Computer
I navigate my computer,                     ...

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Categories: death, computer, words, writing,

last goodbye

We sit silently in the crematorium

You are in a box, a large spray of white lilies placed on top

I hold my breath for to say...

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Categories: death, father,

Premium Member Spring STRAND CHOICE 2
Singing birds emerging.
Pretty flowers are blooming.
Rabbits are hopping.
In spring things start living.
Nests of eggs are cracking.
Gardens are now growing.

Written Date: 1/21/2020...

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Categories: death, bird, flower, spring,

Premium Member If There Was No Poetry
No more poetry,
say it's not so.
How do I live not writing any more, 
no more words and stories to express.
No more rhymes,
to pass my time.
How...

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Categories: death, poetry, words, writing,

Premium Member Wrong Year Great Leap Forward
All the birthday boys,                     ...

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Categories: death, birthday, boy, humor,

Golden trophy of betrayal
‘I wish for his head, on a silver platter’
Mother whispered to daughter
‘Go dance my love, grant me the golden trophy’

‘I love you, mother,’ confidently
She took...

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Categories: betrayal, dance, death, family,

Years After, I have Buried You
I tasted leaves
the season of aged skin
Below me was the ground
gray in pieces
 
At George Akens
I saw us sittin
in a dull orange booth
sippin long cool drinks
and...

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Categories: best friend, death, father,

Roasted Faraway, for Pius Adesanmi
By Izunna Okafor



Beyond the shrubs of Sahara 
Lifted a munt of brainy bond 
Over the Mississippi of Ethiopia
Lofted a penner with his hunky thoughts

Across the bridge of...

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Categories: africa, death, life, tribute,

Indelible Parting
Should I wear myself off in tears?
Should I get myself lost with beer?
Should I dare consult the seers 
for the loss of a comely dear?

Can...

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Categories: death, feelings, sad,

Premium Member Beloved
Brevity perhaps was his destiny
Eternity his true fate of time
Leaving so many wounded in disbelief
Only one child were to carry on his legacy
Veiled to walk...

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Categories: brother, death,

Premium Member My Condolences
Few are the comforts to speak, oh......my
A hug strives to articulate my ...............condolences
This is the man you lived ............................for 
He was so strong,..............................................your
Everything.............................................................
Respects are due,...

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Categories: death, father, heartbroken, hurt,

Premium Member Talking To The Dead
Mission half completed,
I’d watch from behind a tombstone quite a distance away,
the crowd gathered around my accomplishment
for someone else’s final resting place.
The cortege carried the...

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Categories: death, life,

Premium Member The Death Of A Young King
THE DEATH OF A YOUNG KING . . .

Eight of the strongest and, bravest the of warriors; were collected in all
Each chosen for their strength;...

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Categories: death, leadership,

The Funeral Procession
This is the closest that I have ever been to  a funeral for more than forty years, a young boy just eighteen was shot...

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Categories: age, character, community, death,

Premium Member The Lily Pond
The Lily Pond
(For my father)

It was ahead.
The tight path lead there.
He heard all his dogs
yapping, swirling, exhorting.
At its edge he stood.
There was no sound now
just...

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Categories: age, death, spiritual,