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Grief Death Poems

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


My partner's love by Kristen Bailey
When I lost my partner, I thought I would die,
It seemed so unfair, it must be a lie.
It had to be my hands that ended...

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Categories: animal, death, dog, grief,

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,



WHEN WILL MURDEROUS SPREES END by matthew harris
WHEN WILL MURDEROUS SPREES END???

An unprovoked angry, bloody,
     and deadly war zone
     on an unprovoked whim
dispassionately, indiscriminately,
...

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

Premium MemberTears For A Nation by Brenda Chiri
Tears are born 
in the coners 
of my eyes as sorrow
to fall down my cheeks 
In grief kissing my lips 
with misery in 
silence to...

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Categories: conflict, cry, death, encouraging,

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,

I Didn't Listen by John Steward
I Didn’t Listen

Thoughts of days gone by drift through my mind
Visions of you appear as though magic,
I know mistakes that left you behind
Results of our...

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Categories: angst, death, drink, grief,

untitled by Jaz Han
I can’t ever know what flowers they gave her,
on that brittle coffin,
Because those flowers belonged in the garden she made,
(That after they let grow wild...

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Categories: death, eulogy, flower, funeral,

Another Angel by Juanita Oosthuizen
Beneath a comfortless, cold moon,
a rose was pluck too soon  -
Perhaps it’s not so:
	for he is now living,
	and we are dying…
God only collected another...

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Categories: death, goodbye, grief, loss,

Almodad Synagogue Sadness by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Deadly fissures of division ... tolerance of others’ 
different faith gathering space
is divided by hate

Almodad synagogue sadness
is the latest menorah light 
extinguished by ancient dust...

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Categories: death, imagery, spiritual, violence,

Goodbye by Andy Sprouse
Black angels rose today,
behind the dark sun that birthed them.
They bore me news of the grave,
one more friend too early sent.

My heart and the sky...

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Categories: death, death of a

On Chance, Fate, Probability, and the Fear of Death by L. J. Carber
It's always struck me as amazing how folks will buy more lottery tickets as the odds increase, so long as the prize money increases. The...

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Categories: animal, appreciation, atheist, death,

Premium MemberElegy Written in a Country Churchyard by Ram R. V.
Hullo, folks!
Do you hear me?
You didn’t hear me when I was dying.
At least hear me now, when I’m dead and buried.
I am, as you know,...

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Categories: 9th grade, death, grief,

Premium MemberTo Death I Spoke by Angel Villanueva
One night in dreams to Death I spoke;
He sat nearby, then silence broke.
His icy words with scorn were filled,
Which gored my heart and my blood...

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Categories: death, dream, faith, hope,

Premium MemberMy Choice by Sandra Weiss
I am a nurse, pediatrics was my choice.
There were days of smiles, days of tears.
I was their advocate, I was their voice.
I was there to...

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Categories: appreciation, children, death, grief,

Premium MemberWINTER WIDOW by Line Gauthier


whimsical windswept whiteness 
wedding weekend wanderlust
willowy wonderland waltz
wrongfully weathered woe
wintry wishful whispers
wrestling woodland wintertide

welcome waxen wallflower
weeping wheezy widow
whimpering wholeheartedly
wrangling worthless worries
wanton wretched wrongdoing
wedged within wickedness
...

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Categories: death, evil, grief, heartbroken,

Moons of Mars by amapola white
I am still here you walked past me Sunday
a disguise of rags, alcohol and smokey haze
I could see the sadness burn your eyes in the...

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Categories: death, grief, loss,

Never Too Late For Tears by Mike Gentile
It’s never too late for tears
               Whether loss is sudden or...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, missing,

My dearest by Written Voice
That night when I saw you 
Your tear stained face 
That inexplicable heart ache 
I could never explain 

I was glad ... Very glad that...

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Categories: death, endurance, feelings, first love,

Premium MemberAutumn leaves by Gershon Wolf
Death paints a Leaf
 With color brilliant
  Before it withers...
Tinged with our grief
...

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Categories: autumn, beauty, death, grief,

TAPS by Jack Avergun
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Categories: courage, death, dedication, military,