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 MemberFrom Now On by Curtis Moorman
FROM NOW ON

From now on, I'll tell people about the Jesus I know.  How He died on the Cross to save me from my...

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Categories: blessing, christian, death, fish,

Anasazi Maiden by Jennifer Sanfilippo

I have always filled thy cup
The Young Lover learns our Medicine
The Old Man makes him change
The Hawk soars above my heart
The Four Paws always beside...

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Categories: culture, death, desire, devotion,



Premium MemberSpirit Shadows of Sadness by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Part Two
San Francisco, California
Melodee’s apartment with a view of the bay

“It’s the month of May. The 29th no less. The number of sorrow for me.”
“Cassaro,...

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Categories: death, depression, may,

Darkness Came Too Soon by Tomorrow Lloyd
In the beginning, you said all was right.
No one knew death was knocking at your door. 
Each update bounced between the dark and the light.
No...

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Categories: cancer, death, father,

In The River by Catelyn Meeker
There are bodies in the river; victims of crimes all unsolved. But without the body in a case they’ll never find who was involved. 

I...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, feelings,

Premium MemberA Generation's Passing by Mark Massey
  The beauty of this earthly place of rest
is but a blanket o’er a field of dead.
Its splendor veils the fate we so detest
with...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberRedemption part 1 by Mark Massey
The Cemetery

A stone shall mark all those that came before
with names engraved forever to be known,
their soul, if saved, in bliss forevermore,
their body in the...

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Categories: death, eulogy,

Premium MemberRedemption part 2 by Mark Massey
The Procession

Through love we make the passage into light.
In gardens lush each mourner stood abreast.
Then hand in hand they walked up to the site
she chose...

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Categories: death, eulogy,

What is love by Eke jeffrey chinedu
It is quiet and dark,with no one around,
Just a little girl,who was almost dying.
My heart felt so heavy with grief
when she looked at me
with those...

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Categories: child, death, loneliness, love,

Premium MemberSWIPED HER HEART by Line Gauthier


She was blessed with one baby
Truly best part of her life
Shared custody with her ex

Simply took her breath away
He was growing up so fast
Little darling...

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Categories: angel, death, father, heartbroken,

To My Father by Xuefeng Pan
Should n't I feel so sad, when my father is dead
Should I feel Like others? Clearly knowing their fathers dead

They were truely happy  at...

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Categories: cry, dad, death, eulogy,

Premium MemberChetley, the Runt Dragon by Caren Krutsinger
Chetley was a runt dragon, the kind some kingdoms drowned at The Horn.
He weighed a mere 160 pounds, when he was born.
His dad took a...

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Categories: death, animal,

Premium MemberMeasuring Up by Lisle Ryder
They had all taken leave
said their farewells.

The transplant team were harvesting
Frank's heart, kidneys, eyes
purposeful, tense
I waited with Kevin
the youngest
who'd disappointed
never measured up 
to the expectations...

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Categories: courage, death, farewell, father

Premium Member- Can't Escape - by Sunshine Smile




No thoughts, no consciousness
Echo the sound of strangled cry

Can't escape
Take my hand

The dark dungeons without the breath of life
Deeper than you can imagine

Can't escape
Take my...

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Categories: death, family, goodbye,

The Walk Toward Peace by Andrew Crisci
Dear, Father make us understand
that Your ways are holy and grand,
but Man's greed, vanity, and hate
have made towns and cities desolate.

The walk toward peace is...

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Categories: death, evil, god, humanity,

We are not free by Raynolds Moseamedi
I was born, shorn of my mother
Where freedom was for one, and for another
In a song where I lay strong, ain't this all just a...

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Categories: death, emotions, pain, silence,

ABIKU by Damilola Muyideen
ÀBÍKÚ

                   Àbíkú, 
    This...

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Categories: death, depression, loss, mother,

Soul Rock by Ira Babbles
Precariously perched on our perimeter stars,
we sit and we gaze from light years afar
upon heavenly bodies and the life they breathe,
and upon all of the...

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Categories: dark, death, earth, humanity,

Dead Awake by Mylinda Rives
Hexed window swing devil swang, opening for derelicts that look out a black 
and tortured sky’s howling wind, pain so great that the house creaks...

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Categories: death, horror, imagery,

Gods shadow by Chelci Biggs
Strike one! 
The umpire yelled
 at the other team.
I could see my dad smiling, 
proudly back at me.
He was a very, hardworking man.
But he never...

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Categories: death, anger, baseball, boy, child,