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Funeral Death Poems

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


Death
The most mischievous of culprits,
A tough veil over its secrets;
Devilishly keeps patrolling incognito
For the unilateral contracts it enters into.

The Eternally Incommunicado;
But easily us reaching without...

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Categories: death, funeral, sorrow, sorry,



Premium Member Her Last Breaths
Asphyxiating one breath at a time
Oxygen levels not worth a dime
Gasping for breath
A step closer to death
We will soon hear her funeral bells chime
...

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Categories: death,

The Death of Summer
It’s dark and quiet
Moonlight filters through ripped-cotton clouds, 
cicadas sing in morse code, and crickets play broken violins
as the night fades into day and the...

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Categories: august, death, high school,

Sovereign
Ghosts in Gray Rains.
All along the rain swept street
Crowed With Ghosts of Lost Sovereign thoughts.
Shadows are carved hard, 
sharp by
Neon Bars. 
My mind wanders in...

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Categories: death, allegory, analogy, angst, art,

ACTS OF WAR II
Act Eight, Chapter One. Part Two
                Part of a grander...

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Categories: death, abortion, absence, adventure, age,



Premium Member UNCLE DUBBY
UNCLE DUBBY

I’ll tell you who Uncle Dubby is
The true backbone of our family
The root of where it all began
The beginning of our family tree
First with...

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Categories: christian, death, family, feelings,

The Hands of Jacob
Not long ago when the summers seemed warmer and the winters were whiter. When the trees grew crown of leaves bright, a transparent green. Then...

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Categories: death, age, allegory, allusion, america,

Gas Station Lights II
From the pages of a strangers life
I note how the seas are searene
Coming upon the Gas Stations glowing lights 
There in the distance it sits...

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Categories: death, addiction, adventure, age, allegory,

Premium Member Always A Smile
Fragrance of flowers on an icy wind
December funeral of close old friend
With watery eyes a slight smile begin
Fragrance of flowers on an icy wind...

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Categories: death, friend, funeral,

a figure stands there III
In the door 
in the house 
as it sits, dilapidated
the weeds tangles ruined floors
the door is a jar  
In the shadows
of a vacant room
Littered...

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Categories: death, addiction, art, beautiful, betrayal,

Arcane Factories II
This land of entitlement, 
entertainment and enterprise 
lost burnt broken...despised 
skeletal structures reaching 
griping, clutching, scraping the infernal sky.
arcane factories sit on horizons 
haunt like...

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Categories: death, abuse, age, anger, angst,

Secret Streets
Down secret streets I glide
Down boulevards that twist and turn
Down the lanes of lost imagery 
I have seen in vacant rooms
Of awakenings
Of wandering shadows
Your eyes...

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Categories: death, addiction, analogy, anger, beautiful,

The Misery Storm of Covid 19
The Misery Storm of Covid 19

At midnight, unprepared,
struck by the storm of misery.
Oh, the frenzy raging waves surfed to every corner,
chaos and disarray erupted in...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Premium Member Laid to rest
I sit at the ivy gates
Waiting to say goodbye
I should be sad 
Filled with hate 
It's not sarrow
But joy inside
Though all this sadness
Breaks my heart
You...

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Categories: death, emotions, family, farewell,

Premium Member Listen to Jesus
One lives on the memory
Never letting it go
Always holding as a memorial
The recollection within
Where only the heart knows
To celebrate a life

One longs to just forget
And...

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Categories: death, funeral, grief, memory,