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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 Bye Daddy
Goodbye Daddy, I really miss you.
My life will never be the same
My heart will always fill with love
And pride when I hear your name

You always...

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Categories: daughter, death, loss,

Premium Member Two Years
Two years of hell we have endured.                                    ...

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Categories: death, blessing, joy, today, uplifting,

Send me back
Waking up from my nightmares,
That haunt me as they take her away,
Wishing, hoping, pleading,
For something that will change the past.
My heart is broken,
Knowing hurts,
Leaving is...

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Categories: death, depression, god, loss,

The lament of a Veteran
My body is a temple,
That is all but an empty shell
of what I use to be.
Only thoughts to myself,
of years gone by,
Sensing another life at...

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Categories: death, loss, war,

Premium Member I Love You
We took a vow,
"for better or for worse."                 ...

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Categories: death, life, love, sweet, together,

Premium Member God Misses Them Too
God misses loved ones we have lost,
for them, still shed a tear
Ever stop, consider their voices,
God no longer … does hear?

God misses them too, all...

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Categories: death, god, loss,

Premium Member 'That Day' 9-11-2001
You’re just watching T.V.
Then a horror you see
It’s beyond comprehension
“That can’t be … it just can’t be

Eyes should see things lovely
Not what they say that...

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Categories: anxiety, death, loss, new

Premium Member Thanksgiving Day
Family and friends                        ...

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Categories: death, blessing, family, food, friend,

Premium Member Blue Waters
They say,                       ...

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Categories: death, love, sea, stars,

New World
New World

Reborn here now without baggage,
By cause of a future passage,
That has thus far been forgotten,
Gone as if a bad illusion.

Reborn here now without baggage,

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Categories: courage, death, fear, grief,

The Unknown Woman of the Seine
Serenity’s relief adheres to alabaster sleep from the rivers own pale fruit.
There is majesty in the tides annihilation that polishes cheek and lip.
A smile as...

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Categories: death, history, loss, love,

Premium Member At Night
He sits in the tree 
at night waiting and watching 
for his prey to come 


Date Written: 10/16/2019 

Owl Haiku Poetry Contest      ...

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Categories: death, food, night, scary, tree,

Premium Member Never To Return
Today give a smile to someone,                   ...

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Categories: death, day, giving, joy, love,

Seasons in Shadows I
 ...a bitter time

It clings to all...
Freezing our bones.
Chilling our passion...
Land's are lost in this winters Blizzard...
A cold season of bitter fruits.
A life...

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Categories: death, adventure, angst, beauty, body,


Piercing my spine
With Blades
I have drawn 
In my restless sleep
I linger in the past
Were my souls 
Dry husks of horrors
Are cast
Each one an image in...

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Categories: death, abuse, allegory, analogy, anger,