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Loss Death Poems

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


Premium Member Some Children Won't Be Around for Christmas
Some children won’t be around this Christmas
Their families still locked in the throes of grief
The holiday season will continue with briskness
But they’ll find no solace,...

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Categories: children, christmas, death, depression,



1234 and 5
                 1234 & 5
     ...

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Categories: blue, death, death of

Til death us do part , so who's killing who
Doomed to repeat mistakes of the past,
Declarations of regret that seldom last,
Promises to change,to learn and to grow,
Inevitably lead to betrayal and woe.

How cruel and...

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© Kel Tucker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, break up, dark,

That Day
Sister turned the TV up
                    ...

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Categories: absence, dad, death, heartbroken,

The Love of Me
My dearest,
Grandmother
Oh, how I have
Missed you
Terribly.

It was dark as night,
When you left me.
The sky cried a thousand 
Tears as 
The angel of 
Our Savior 
Carried...

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Categories: death, deep, grandmother, loss,



The Isle of the Dead
1 A land forlorn, 
in dark enclosed.
Cold and silent it lies, 
The land where no wind blows. 

2 Red shines the moon
And gray is the...

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Categories: dark, death, imagery, loss,

Sick of Missing You
I'm getting sick of missing you
Forgive the wish to see this through
The way we lived has left you cold
Ashes last, but not to hold

Whisper secrets,...

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© Laura Dee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, death, depression, loss,

Here I wait
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'Here I Wait'
If I would have only known
The day you left would be the last.
The last time I would see your smile,
Hear your...

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Categories: cry, death, girlfriend, grief,

I Still Love You
Between life and death 
our love is dwelling.
Sometimes I am touching the horizon,
sometimes he is too.
Who has said his beats stopped at the ICU?
I'm still...

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Categories: death, best friend, i love

Death reminds me
Death reminds me
By Michelle Morris
12/11/2022

As December draws nearer
I know that anniversary is looming
Honestly, I don't want to face it
Another reminder that you're gone

There are too...

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Categories: death, december, grief, loss,

Take me to the ocean
Take me to the ocean 
By Michelle Morris
21/11/2022

You stepped out onto the beach
Not seeing the beauty that lay before you
Thoughts and memories tumbling over
So rapidly...

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Categories: death, depression, emotions, loss,

Premium Member EARTHQUAKE FOOTLES

shocking
tremors 

rock earth
shake land

plates drift
rocks skid

seismic
waves beat

earth quakes
ground breaks

rupture
fissure

buildings
crumble

heart pounds
fear rules
 
body
trembles

rubble 
surrounds

men sigh
all cry

many
are dead

many
injured

death waits
loss mounts

tumult
turmoil

panic !
havoc ! 

Nov.22.2022

~ Placed Eighth~

A Brian Strand...

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Categories: anxiety, death, grief,

Love's toll
Love's toll
By Michelle Morris
10/11/2022

I will always love you
Even though we're far apart
I wave goodbye to your soul
As it this world departs

Graveyards are the loneliest of...

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Categories: bereavement, death, devotion, grief,

Empty
When the bowl your life filled shattered onto the floor,
All your memories spilled. It could bear them no more.
And the chance for ones new without...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, death of a

Premium Member Black Death
A scorpion will never face it’s own stinger.  A bear will never maul itself.   Why then do some men have wounds they...

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Categories: dark, death, forgiveness, heartbreak,