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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 Mamma - Silent One
Mamma you work very hard for our family
Always giving and never taking
Mother's Day is on March 10 in the UK
Mother's Day is on May 12...

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Categories: death, angel, family, life, love,

Premium Member Guess Who
Who was a family show singer,
when her young daughter tried to be a dead ringer.
He brought her to life,
then she became  his wife.


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Categories: death, child, color, dance, family,

Premium Member Stir
"Life can get in the way of life. Make sure you stir in lots of love and happiness." 
By Poet

My life's
recipe for
a long and happy...

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Categories: death, happy, kiss, life, smile,

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 Marigolds'
So as one begins walking, is there nowhere left to go?
To carry-on is the Marigolds' only reason found to grow
Red and orange incredible the closer...

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Categories: death, death of a

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,

I wonder if flowers feel themselves slowly dying 
Bathing in the bright,
A rosy lemon violet smile,
How soon shall that wither and fall?

A blown Watercolour world,

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Categories: death, feelings, grandfather, loss,

Forever and Ever Dear
Originally Written on February 05, 2024; 12:13 AM
Written for my deceased grandmother: Purification C. Ferrer

In Manila, where work fills my days,
I’d visit for your birthday...

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Categories: death, loneliness, longing, loss,

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

(for CFD, 1944–2023) 

Something blinked inside my soul
I used to be half but now I’m whole
To me, the diamond ring is coal –
That’s purity of...

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Categories: dad, death, father, loss,

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,

Inevitabilities of Life
Can you feel the ever fading sun,
how the cold crawls over your skin;
dark strands combine at the edge of vision?
Can you hear their serene whispers...

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Categories: creation, death, hate, life,

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,