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Lover Death Poems

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


Sidney Snoozer

Here lies Sidney Snoozer, a lover of sleep, 

His last nap eternal – relaxed, six foot deep. 




For Epitaph Contest 2
Hosted by Jesse Rowe

© 15th...

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Categories: death, funny,



Premium Member Bang
Bang! It echoes in his mind
That's where this Hell trip started
Bang! The sound to end her life 
And leave him broken hearted

Bang! The slamming of...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, death, emotions,

Sorry I won't be home

The passage of time
It felt so slow for you

...Didn't it?

You would stand in front of the window
For hours looking at the night sky
And a tear...

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Categories: death, grief, loneliness, loss,

Over and Out
His daily conflicts are over,
Missed by his young lover.

This soldier's battles cease,
Death came and now is at peace....

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Categories: death, perspective, soldier, war,

Premium Member Monster Maker
You told me to Go to Hell
And walked out of my life
Said you never loved me
You love to twist the knife

I hope that you're happy...

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© John Crowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anger, death, love, passion,

Death
He demands a unilateral appointment with all of us and more often than not,           ...

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Categories: christian, death,

The widow but not the bride
I am a blank visage with a solemn and Grim  countenance that drags my attention to the depths of the hell that my heart...

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Categories: betrayal, bullying, corruption, death,

Premium Member Life and Death Rights
Liberal lovers
claim maternal rights 
to reproductive powers of yes and no,
maybe and not yet lives.

While conservative haters
demand paternalistic rights
to purchase and bear deproductive automated powers...

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Categories: death, abortion, health, humanity, integrity,

The Black Dog and Mary
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 UPDATED
Orpheus' long, slow, crawl out of Hell
Has left him nothing -- not even himself!

Long had he traveled, sorrowing, with his bride,
and many terrors endured, and...

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Categories: anger, dark, death, depression,

Sweet and Sour
“Sweet and Sour”


That’s what Love is…
Whether you are 
A brother,
A sister,
A mother,
A father,
A lover,
Or a friend.

We cannot sustain
The relationship
Without both
The bitter and the sweet.

We languish
In...

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© Jan Pearce  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, love, love hurts,

No Tomorrow
The cavernous cave- leading
Nowhere, yet I creep into it
Like a forbidden lover for
His verboten beloved.
-
Those ghastly howls of
The creatures unknown,
Lost and a little hopeless,
I traversed.
-
Shadows...

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Categories: angst, death, deep, depression,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member To David The One With A Lion's Heart
To David …. The One With A Lion’s Heart

I never knew you...
At least this side of eternity…
In a way though….
I did know you….
I recognize your...

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Categories: death, grief, heaven, loss,

The poem of jovial death
My Death might be some beautiful evening of 8th January , 2018 whence I will have heart brimming of contentment and a tummy brimming of...

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Categories: death, grandfather,

Through Death and Back
Up again tonight.
It's way past midnight out there.
Tomorrow will be busy.

My mind cares little.
No end to my restless storm.
The night could last forever.

I'm eating candy.
Soda...

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Categories: death, christian, christmas,

Darkness Came
Darkness Came 

Darkness came creeping into my head
As I was softly lying in bed 
Eyes were closed, breath sweetly falling 
When I got the strange...

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© Maz Zie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anniversary, bereavement, dark, death

Inanimaticy

People daily perish so tragically ... 
ever dying 
to protect things that don’t breathe

Inanimate objects of their desire,
they just can’t leave
So many pulse beings fall...

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Categories: allusion, death, desire, wisdom,

Let me talk about the love
The love in many ways is tough

He leads the men to gain fight

The women struggle as they tide

The men who wish to tide

They follow the...

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Categories: addiction, age, beauty, death,

Premium Member Ancient Hero, Firm And Honorable Til Death
I am very pleased to present a fourth collaboration, this time in rhyme
with my dear friend Lawrence Sharp, a truly exceptional poet. 
.
Thank you, Lawrence,...

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Categories: death, art, inspirational,