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Friend Death Poems

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


For Stephanie by James West
I walk alone 
in The City of Stone
Head down
Heartbroken
This path well known
Chaotic thoughts
abound in my mind
Trying so hard 
to remember better times

Memories haunt me still...

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Categories: anniversary, best friend, death,

Turmoil and Pain by Tamara Myles
You’re always in my thoughts Jitterbug,
Your memory will never fade.
We had so many great times together.
Fond memories that we made.
Remember when we went camping in...

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Categories: best friend, cousin, death,



Hounds Pt 2 by Tamara Myles
My dearest Jitterbug,

The demon driver has eventually taken you,
As inevitably we both knew it would.
The spirit killer took you in its grasp,
Something I know you...

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Categories: death, death of a

Harmonic Narcotic by Tamara Myles
If you try me be warned, this is no little game,
I’ll take everything from you, I’ll drive you insane.
You started off easy, with just smoking...

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Categories: death, death of a

Despirited by Tamara Myles
I’m folding up your clothes neatly,
As I took them from your shelf.
I held them tight against my blubbering face,
So I could smell your former self.
Tears...

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Categories: death, death of a

Broken by Tamara Myles
The sky will shine brighter tonight Jitterbug,
It has you to add to its glory.
But down here I am left in the darkness,
With you having departed...

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Categories: death, death of a

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,

Premium MemberAncient Hero, Firm And Honorable Til Death by Robert Lindley
I am very pleased to present a fourth collaboration, this time in rhyme
with my dear friend Lawrence Sharp, a truly exceptional poet. 
.
Thank you, Lawrence,...

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Categories: death, art, inspirational,

Ancient Hero, Firm And Honourable Til Death by Lawrence Sharp
I am very pleased to present a fourth collaboration
with great poet and friend, Robert Lindley.
Only Robert's mighty pen and personal encouragement
could possibly have inspired me...

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Categories: death, allegory,

The Joy I'm Without by Kurt Philip Behm
I walked with Colby,
  he never walked with me

His spirit to guide us,
  his love in the lead

We circled the globe
  a...

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Categories: death, dog, joy,

RAINBOW CHILD by john doherty
Remembering the precious time we shared
Although it went to quick a fleeting glance
I bear the sadness of your birth and death
Never far from my thought...

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Categories: death, angel, baby, bereavement, child,

Premium MemberAmber by Carolyn Fish
I heard your laugh come through my voice today,
I'm sure that means you were right by my side,
It was four short years back just yesterday,
The...

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Categories: death of a friend,

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,

Premium MemberTo Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief by Robert Lindley
To Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief

Truth of deep grief and its healing powers;
Are not in the anguish pains that invade,
With the...

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Categories: death, deep, family, feelings,

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,

Salute them too by Neil Andrew Hornby
Salute them too.

As that old clock struck six, on that cold Winter's morn.
An unjust bullet ripped through his tunic bloodied, tattered and torn.
They said he...

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Categories: abuse, dark, death of

Premium MemberList of Tributes to Veterans by Curtis Moorman
TO:  My fellow Veterans and all my fellow Soupers 

Listed below are the titles to poems I have written over the years that pay...

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Categories: death, death of a

Dear Princess by Chelci Biggs
Dear Princess,

I'm sorry, I had to leave you so.
I left because of me.
You didn't do anything wrong.

From my own eyes, I could clearly see.
I wasn't...

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Categories: beautiful, death, feelings,

Reflecting On Thy Long Doggone Pooch by matthew harris
Reflecting On Thy Long Doggone Pooch -
"Georgie Harris"

At present moment thoughts adrift,
     whereat figurative throne,
     this chap...

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Categories: death, 3rd grade, absence, animal,

Premium MemberHe Was Forever Young by Caren Krutsinger
He was forever young.
Forever doing silly stuff.
Forever getting lit.
Forever drinking himself to death.
He was thirty-seven, but forever five.
Best things they could think to say.
Everyone smiling...

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Categories: death,