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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 Humor

Humor, humor where did you go,                   ...

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Categories: death, cry, funny, happy, humor,

Premium Member The Right and Wrong
a choice in life whether easy or hard,
challenges our minds before we give the nod,
it may be sharing a toy as a child,
or charmed into...

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Categories: anger, betrayal, birth, death,

Premium Member My Dear Heavenly Father

My Dear Heavenly Father,                     ...

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Categories: death, christmas, earth, god, heaven,

Premium Member Missing Couplet
If leaves were linked tight to a tree, would they still scatter?
If memories were make believe, would they still matter?

Kim’s Acrostic Play Contest...

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Categories: death, life, loss, memory,


lesson two

silence is the partner
i need to befriend
for days the sun
won’t rise
to meet me

to look
beyond the rain
while the world takes its turn
at mourning the...

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Categories: death, loneliness, lost love,

She Lived
I am who I am because... she lived
The thoughts I have, the way my brain works
The way I behave and all of my quirks

How I...

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Categories: daughter, death, inspiration, life,

Premium Member Living Tribute
It has long been the custom to erect
Monuments in honour of the war dead,
To publicly accord them due respect 
For their tragic sacrifice of bloodshed,...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, death, flower, garden,

The visionary
I’m not afraid of peace;
I’m afraid of change
But peace and change, you see,
Live adjoined in my world of division,
Twin moons in this sky of day,

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Categories: anxiety, death, depression, perspective,

Sad boy
Strung out in the back of a black car,
Frequent haze dawns on me from afar
And I know I've been here before

Blare loud an atom bomb...

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Categories: anxiety, beautiful, boy, death

The Old Crone In the Woods, Part IV
Liesel looked down to the girl by her side,
her brother’s features were perfectly clear,
she hugged the small girl, and her fears vanished,
replaced by a cascade...

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Categories: death, anxiety, baby, children, heaven,

The Old Crone In the Woods, Part III
Lost in a daze, but her fingers still shaking,
Liesel turned the great brass knob on the door.
She felt herself tense, was ready to shriek,
Expecting to...

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Categories: death, anxiety, baby, children, heaven,

The Old Crone In the Woods, Part II
Liesel spent months worrying about this,
about dark minions and young souls that hurt,
she even started fearing for herself
for questioning the teachings of the church.

She did...

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Categories: death, anxiety, baby, children, heaven,

The Old Crone In the Woods, Part I
It was in 1554
that young Liesel watched her little nice die,
a fever had swept through Bavaria,
and from her tiny frame all life did fly.

She wasn’t...

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Categories: death, anxiety, baby, children, heaven,

Mom's Shoes

Dear Mama, walking and thinking of my childhood days,
waves of memories crashing in, as I hit replay.
You're in every scene, appearing with the morning light.

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Categories: blessing, death, emotions, growth,

On the bayou
The house is creaking
You hope it falls down
You hope they scandalize their peers
And have to leave town 
Hoping that old rain gets caught in their...

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Categories: anxiety, community, death, depression,