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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.

Premium Member Mixed Poetry At Life's End
Life has a beginning and a end, 
for me when and where will it all end by friend. 
I wish I knew how many more...

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Categories: death, crazy, family, friend, heaven,

Premium Member Bunnies Welcome Spring
As a kid I had three bunnies,
they were free I paid no moneys.
It was Easter time,
I had won them and they were all mine.
I had...

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Categories: death, animal, child, dad, easter,

Premium Member Spring
no more
warmer days
birds are singing
squirrels scampering
pretty flowers blooming
kids playing and having fun
lawn mowers are humming away
looks like spring has sprung into color
spring is the very...

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Categories: death, bird, flower, fun, kid,


For me, this is so hard to say
One of my daughter's dogs passed away
I never had a pet or dog of any kind in my...

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Categories: angel, animal, death, dog,

Premium Member Prayer
Hold your children close sweet Jesus
Press them to your heart
See the sadness in each spirit
Watch as lives are torn apart

Witness the heartbreak in the living

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Categories: death, devotion, faith, god,

I Don't Know What to Say to Katie Clemens
I Don’t Know What To Say To Katie Clemens
By Steve Body
Copyright 2009

I don’t know what to say to Katie Clemens.
All the words are jumbled in...

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© Steve Body  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, death of a

Premium Member Sweet Violins
"And the birds twitter like whispering violins."


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Categories: death, grief, sad,

The Death of the Albatross
Today I witnessed another crime, that brings tears to granite or lime. I saw the albatross feeding their young, on midway island from what they...

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Categories: anger, animal, bird, death,

Left Behind
“How exactly, my love, am I to die well?” 
The question croaked - a ghostly whisper;
from her lingering mouth
of rotten teeth and wretched lips;
broken by...

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Categories: death, grief, longing, loss,

The old wonderer
In your latter days you had a good life
You sat under the mahogany tree near your hut
Watching the village as they moved about with their...

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Categories: death, eulogy, grief, imagery,

To all the stars in the sky
To all the stars in the sky,
We say fare thee well
For as long as the world breathes,
May you always remain as bright as the sun...

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Categories: death, farewell, grief,

Premium Member It Started With A blank Canvas
It started with a blank canvas,
the world I should make but I am anxious.
Making fields of pretty flowers,
to the deep blue seas takes many hours.

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Categories: death, animal, bird, love, men,

Premium Member Goodbye, Odie
Goodbye, Odie

My little old cat is dying.
His steps are awkward, eyes unfocussed
and he cries when he can’t see me.
I’m not sure I want to be...

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Categories: animal, bereavement, cat, death,

The tomb stone
Be it day be it night
I won't let you out of my sight
Come cold winter
Or sultry summer
You shall be my winner

For days pass by 

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© Sandra Rao  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: christian, death of a

Premium Member Rambling
When time echoes the promise of a rambling soul, one who knows that the past never can be left, because it is there that solace...

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Categories: death, age, confusion, dream, emotions,