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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.


Premium MemberThe Last Good-bye by Wren Rushing
How do I let you go?
 I think we will together grow old.
 Your soul grew to my soul.
 As the clock chimes,
 becoming one...

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Categories: death, goodbye, sad,

Enlightenment by Earl Schumacker
Head on collisions can not be predicted
At great speeds they are hard to avoid
People on the train sleep in their calm
Not for long when something...

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Categories: appreciation, confusion, death, goodbye,



Premium MemberGoodbye - for EAW by M Braimah Saaka
So She knew
That declaration of love
It took me by surprise
We hadn’t spoken for decades
The cut off when I didn’t reply
Later the daily prayers she sent...

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Categories: cancer, death, love,

Depression by Tracy Taylor
A moment away from losing it
Being strong isn't easy
Crazy thoughts running through my head
Death is a regular one
Enough pain has been had
For now, I'm suffering
Going...

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Categories: anxiety, death, depression, heartbroken,

HER CIRCLE IS COMPLETE by Jim Yerman
The longer I live this life the more that I have found
how life is but a circle…and how we travel round…

Our circle begins as a...

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Categories: death, mom,

The Music Stops by Kurt Philip Behm
The jaws sing
As the drip, drip, drip,
Of the petroleum chorus
Dances across 
The inverted aluminum
And the hissing starts
And the hissing stays
Its smell a warning
A final omen
Like...

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Categories: death,

Empty Chair by eric ploscik
Footprints that you left behind
Meant more than all the material possessions
That can't be taken upon the exit from the physical plane
And while I may scorned...

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Categories: bereavement, character, death,

Premium MemberOn Aging by Maurice Rigoler

The wife and I have put on years,
(most have settled on our rears.
Greater effort is now required
for anything, and we are easily tired.
Our data-base of...

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Categories: age, death,

A higher grave by Raven Tones
Take my life away from me,

No more false self empathy,

Take my breath, and integrity,


Take this world from my eye,

Remove all which makes me cry,

Show me...

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Categories: absence, death, farewell, goodbye,

Premium MemberHeaven Rhyme by Sheri Fresonke Harper
I don't know what to expect
maybe songs, maybe flowers.
I think maybe I'll hold onto earth,
want to smooth sheets, shower.
Your hand will be the hardest
to give...

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Categories: death, fire, flower, heaven,

Goodbye my friend till we meet again by Albert Wandera
In the school, we played together.
The celebration of life we lived together. 
All the years yearning for a better life.
You were the true treasure of...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Sundered Heart Tis Like Death by matthew harris
'Pon gleaning lasses,
     and sir really not alright
not "FAKE" lads
     grievousness doth bite
Love's Labour's
   ...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Doppelganger in my dreams by Jo Jo Lou
Forever crying, red eyes combined with a blotchy face
Falling deep into slumber unsure, if I will ever wake
Off to never -never land
I encounter my twin
The...

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Categories: angel, death, depression, dream,

Premium MemberNEVER FAR FROM HOME by Vickie Thayer
You Shall Find...

My Spirit...

Flying On...

The Wings Of...

A Beautiful Dove...

It Has Found Me...

In This Life...

Many Times...

I Shall...

Ride With Him...

Alone...

But Loved...

My Spirit...

Climbs With Him...

Towards The Heavens...

Beyond...

Earth's Clouds...

Moon...

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Categories: death, family, goodbye, grandfather,

I am only but dreaming by Mary Miller-Kracht
I am only but dreaming 
I am sinking, 
into the deep,crisp,blue ocean.
I am falling
underneath  the salty ocean.
I don’t want to come up 
for air.
I...

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Categories: beach, death,

The Loneliest Place To Die by Jonathan French
Alone, naked, no life jacket, no hope,
treading water on the vast Pacific.
Drifting flotsam with thoughts;
nothing to feel but his own form
and shrivelling, salty-liquid apparel.
He could...

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Categories: death, loneliness,

voicemail by sam smith
the sun watched him come, the moon saw him stay.
confiding in the sky and the lives it held captive,
but weeping as the world slept;
afraid to...

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Categories: death, grief, i miss you,

I Doll Eyes by Brianna Hobson
my doll eyes idolize
sweat and perspire

sometimes I love you 
sometimes i hate you 
for what you did
stab gut mashed right in

write what your heart desires...

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Categories: death, addiction, angel, beautiful, bereavement,

Death Knell by DM Babbit
A saccharine rueful cry rode upon the wind,
   not a howl but a solemn ceaseless wail of tears
whispering a last bell's ring, peal...

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Categories: death, analogy, sound,

Today by Patricia LeDuc

Today…

Today my sister died…or maybe it was yesterday
I’m not really sure …how… why… or  when… it doesn’t matter now
If only I could talk to...

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Categories: death, farewell, goodbye, i