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Goodbye Death Poems

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


My Good Friend Good-bye by Brenda Chiri
My Friend Good-bye

The heavens will shine 
much brighter now,
Your essence is a part
of it 
You left before the eclipse
It's as if the moon 
waited for you
Shining as big...

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Categories: death, dedication, friend, goodbye,

Premium MemberFrom Anger to Forgiveness by Lu Loo
there were days full of so much weeping I couldn’t see
months of wondering why she would so easily flee.
I would lay on the bed holding...

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Categories: appreciation, death, depression, forgiveness,



A living Eulogy to my Mom by Elizabeth Duran
After El Cielo or Bust

I know time isn’t 
on my Mother’s side
for much longer

Her frail body like a delicate 
wine glass that has just tipped...

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Categories: daughter, death, eulogy, mom,

Black Roses by William F D Blackman
Lay no black roses on my coffin.
Personally I find no beauty in death.
Once life's anvil finally falls put me 
to rest with branches and stones.
Please,...

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Categories: death, goodbye, introspection,

Ultrasound by Brianna Hobson
What will it take?
For me to be born again
With no hair, soft scalp
Developing fingers, umbilical cord wrapped around my neck

The ultrasound lied to me
Told me...

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Categories: death, abortion, age, allegory, anxiety,

GIZZARD by Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu
Death is when you
Are alive in the shadow
Death is when you can
Sit and sing with your ancestors...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberOne More Time by Susan Jeavons
When the time comes for me to go 
and I know not what my fate may be, 
let me have one final moment Lord 
to...

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Categories: children, death, family, memory,

God does give and take away by Naldeem Bout
Yes, God does give and take away
but when He gives, it is a gift
a truth your life so well portrays,
the one our lives were well...

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Categories: cry, death, death of

The Children of the Sun by akhil sankurathri
The lights are out tonight,
But our struggles still ignite
The hay of hope, like hearth
Amidst the cold and dark.

To the temples in the sky,
For Heaven-on-Earth we...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, america, anxiety,

Sick child by Carlo Lazzari
Child lying
In a deep pallor
Looking out of a balcony
The last greeting
To island nature

Sunset is preparing
To surrender to the darkness
The gloomy and regal laurel
And the flight...

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Categories: beautiful, cancer, child, death,

Ronnie Jackson by Anna Hopper
In a bed 
not far away
His mind is gone 
but body lay
Slow, but quick
He leaves today
A handsome man
Just barely gray

Many sad
But few will weep
The kind...

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Categories: death,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb by Issabella McCarty
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberLIKE A BIRD by Jim Yerman
Like a bird you flew into our lives…soared in on wings so strong.
When you spread those wings you protected us.
When you sang…you comforted us with...

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Categories: death, death of a

Don't Leave by Cornelia Mattioli
When you leave,
take me with you
When you close your eyes and begin to drift,
I'll curl up next to you,
right there on the narrow bed
Let the...

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Categories: death, goodbye, love,

A Kiss Goodnight, Soon To Be A Kiss Goodbye by Marissa Faries
I'll kiss you as you sleep,
But secretly I shall also weep,
For it seems you are now away from me,
Wandering about with my parallel self,
In the...

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Categories: death, farewell, good night,

An incomplete search by Swetha Vangaveti
I went searching for-
that little child who cuddled in her mother's arms, 
those tender feet that jumped in rain, 
that little heart which melted for...

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Categories: absence, death, fate, goodbye,

Premium MemberDreading My Return To Work by Caren Krutsinger
I was dreading my return to work. There would be a multitude of questions
especially by that sod, Riley. He and I had never gotten along;...

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Categories: death, death of a

The Death of Chad Sheets by randy johnson
When I learned about his death, it was hard to believe.
An actor died twenty years ago today on Christmas Eve.
Sadly, he died at the young...

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Categories: cancer, celebrity, christmas, death,

Defining Grief by evelyn augusto
Defining Grief 

the day my 
mother died
i was awake all
night
searching 
for a way back
into her womb

but she had
closed
her legs to me
wrote 
no vacancy 
across her...

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Categories: absence, betrayal, death, mother

Bitcoin Player In The Blockchain Of Life by matthew harris
As always when in the initial throes
of writing what I strive to concoct viz
pièce de ré·sis·tance, 
which grandiose whim fizz
hills with utter futility, nonetheless this
nondescript...

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Categories: age, analogy, death, fate,