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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.


Another by Christopher Bunton
Another


     Another one is gone. A friend, family, a piece of my life and the fabric of the world; gone to...

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Categories: addiction, death, life, loss,

Premium MemberMurder On The Highway by Bernard Chan

a lone car on a highway at 5am
its headlight beams knife the dark
no exit wounds
just a flash of steely light pushing 
deeper and deeper into...

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Categories: aubade, car, dark, death,



Communities under attack by David Smith
Maybe it won't be drugs that have the final say,
Or the gangs,
Terrorism will struggle to do it, 
It may not even be the battle of...

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Categories: death, assonance, bereavement, betrayal, career,

Sonnet 20 'She Could Not Be Less Than My Love, My Friend' by Andrew Fairchild
She could not be less than my Love, my Friend,
She broke open each fiction I’d believed,
She touched my hands like Time would never end,
And, in...

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Categories: appreciation, death, devotion, friend,

When Love, For Once, Forgets To Pass You By by Andrew Fairchild
I thought that God had done with me, had found me wanting.
I was good enough for crumbs, but not for soup.
I did not think that...

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Categories: death, devotion, happiness, loss,

The Girl with Eyes as Black as Crows by Anna Nomaly
On that night the moon seemed hidden from her starry brothers
The kind of night not suited for the fighters nor the lovers
I ventured out only...

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Categories: dark, death, fantasy, murder,

Black Dog 2 by Wanda Daugherty
Black Dog 2

Mary was a single Mom;
Her stress was very great.
Sometimes her kids ate crackers,
And sometimes the rent was late.

Black Dog! What’s your purpose?
Why are...

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Categories: death, angst, anxiety, child, friend,

Orpheus Emerged Without Eurydice by Andrew Fairchild
Orpheus' long, slow, crawl out of Hell
Has left him nothing -- not even himself.

He looked back, and he killed her!

"O!  The Paralyzed and Fruitless...

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Categories: anger, dark, death, depression,

A Beautiful Death by Charlotte Mae
The loneliest of lights, 
from the smallest of stars,   
comes on me tenderly,   
illuminating the pages 
scattered on the bed. ...

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Categories: death, desire, love hurts, romantic

Sonnet 19 'How Strange It's Hard For Me To Wash Your Clothes' by Andrew Fairchild
“How Strange… it’s Hard for me to wash your clothes:
They will be put away for the last time…
They’ve stayed ten months in small piles, and,...

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Categories: caregiving, death, grief, loss,

Premium MemberFuneral by arthur vaso
She sleeps forever
I sleep funeral day
she shall be buried in earth
I , buried in wine
one day flowers I will lay
at her graveside

Never the less
consumption will...

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Categories: art, death, funeral, introspection,

God does give and take away by Naldeem Bout
Yes, God does give and take away
but when He gives, it is a gift
a truth your life so well portrays,
the one our lives were well...

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Categories: cry, death, death of

Death by Matt Forshay
Death is unavoidable. 
Death cannot be reversed. 
Death cannot be stopped, 
Death can be fought but can’t be beaten.

Death is a most feared foe. 
Death...

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Categories: dark, death, deep,

Yea, I Admit Being A Little Uptight by matthew harris
Yea, I Admit Being A Little Uptight...

Yet,...this baby boomer surrenders
since many an elapsed yesternight
to inevitable (albeit gradual)
cosmic fusion with universal spright
notched calendrical anniversary, mine
nondescript birth...

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Categories: age, cry, death, depression,

Sonnet 18 'Oh Now, the Words That Should Have Come' by Andrew Fairchild
Oh, Now!  The Words that should have come, too soon
Do fade away and into Paradise!
All that I would have said in that white room,
Is...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, death, loss,

Through the Ashes by Lauren Johnson
Desolation,
A desolation of my heart.
It settles over my soul,
That spills from my windows, my eyes.

So strong we once were.
So set against the storms,
Against the fiery...

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Categories: death, growth, heaven, inspiration,

The Corner Store by Kaitlyn Krenik
Mommy, can we go to the corner store?
I’ve saved my allowance for two weeks.
I must have a hundred bucks, maybe more!
I want chocolates to fill...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, mom,

Is There Anything Left You Can Trust by Joy Payne
In these perplexing days, I look around and lying seems to be the norm a political storm with high officials who cannot solve the nation's...

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Categories: death, betrayal, bible, christian, conflict,

Let Not The Final Trumpet sound by Vladislav Raven
I have thought many battles in my time,
through centuries pages I have walked tall.
My stories told through battles bloody rhyme,
every death my mind it does...

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Categories: death, dream, loss, soldier,

Premium MemberA Beautiful Memory by John Gondolf
With music playing from across the room,
the notes of love are drifting through the air,
and in my heart our romance still abloom 
with bodies swaying...

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Categories: death, loss, lost love,