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.


Anasazi Maiden by Jennifer Sanfilippo

I have always filled thy cup
The Young Lover learns our Medicine
The Old Man makes him change
The Hawk soars above my heart
The Four Paws always beside...

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Categories: culture, death, desire, devotion,

Premium MemberRedemption part 2 by Mark Massey
The Procession

Through love we make the passage into light.
In gardens lush each mourner stood abreast.
Then hand in hand they walked up to the site
she chose...

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Categories: death, eulogy,



Premium MemberCLEOPATRA AND HER CONFIDENTE by Line Gauthier


Mythological ruthless Cleopatra
Larger than life in 30 B.C.
Her Achilles’ heel being Mark Anthony
His untimely death too much to bear

Solitarily confined in her mausoleum
Desperately recluse with...

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Categories: animal, dark, death, grief,

Premium MemberASP OF GRIEF by Kim Rodrigues
ASP OF GRIEF

She buries her head upon this asp of grief —
soft with reptilian fangs, hard with poison.
Her covetous husband lies upon the Nile’s reef.
She...

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Categories: beauty, death, grief,

Calvary: Part I by Henrique Oliveira
As my life turns to drought, time’s blazes burn
And smoke-filled eyes start to water and smart;
When the steel grip of age clutches my heart,
I set...

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Categories: death, dream, imagery, journey,

Premium MemberTo Sleep, To Dream, Perchance to Die by Victor Buhagiar
She wandered across the grassy meadow,
She felt like walking on air, as she flipped off her shoes,
Ran across feeling the dewy fresh morning grass,
All dotted...

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Categories: death, dream,

Living In a State of Emergency by Matthew Abuelo
Maybe we should embrace our own ends
As we would a lover
Who We rejected for too long
With her wild eyes.
Both will be too eager to see...

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Categories: anxiety, death, political,

I'll Settle Down Some Day, Part II by David Welch
...But his lust for life remained unfulfilled,
’till one day he ran into One-Eyed Bill,
Leader of a group of rough-hewn men,
Grant decided to throw in with...

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Categories: addiction, celebration, death, loss,

Premium MemberPhotographs by Mike Hauser
I pulled an old photograph
Out of a lonely box
Laying on the side of the road in a ditch
Half submerged with a broken lock

The first photo...

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Categories: death, life,

Premium MemberGone - Vanished by Gershon Wolf
When I was young, my father wrote poems, lovely poems, in Yiddish.
In one poem, he called me, his only son, his 'kadish'l, the one who...

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Categories: death, father, grief, universe,

HAD I NEVER LOVED YOU by John Arribas
HAD I NEVER LOVED YOU
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS



Had I never loved you, I would have never known
The treasure of a good woman, that was mine alone
Who...

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Categories: angel, death, dedication, devotion,

My Imperfect Mona Lisa by Robert Ray
An imperfect Mona Lisa crumpled on cold tile,
Splatters from a deviant brush, a wall gooey red;
A hideous portrait, haunting, her vanishing smile.
She had a pretty...

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Categories: 12th grade, dark, death,

Premium MemberDOLORES by Line Gauthier


AKA the saint from Arichat
Devoted wife to Johnny
Beloved mother and grand-mother
Kindness exuding from every pore
A smile and kind word for everyone

Lover of family reunions
Any reason...

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Categories: angel, death of a

Premium MemberAda McDonald 1873-1906 by stark hunter
Ada McDonald

1873-1906

This is a mistake!

A huge contretemps indeed!

A foul up of the most egregious kind!

You see, it wasn’t my time yet,

This death thing; I had...

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Categories: death,

To See Marlena, Part II by David Welch
...Come the next morn Marlena went out
to the well to draw some fresh water.
She shrieked in terror when she saw Conley,
causing her other lover to...

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Categories: betrayal, death, devotion, history,

Premium MemberDeath of Diane Straus by James Horn
In Memory of Diane Straus
Huffington Post

Not only will this  event be monumental,
It has been designed to be sentimental;
Fine people lover;
Front page cover;
When God accepted...

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Categories: allegory, analogy, death,

Beauty by Muqudus Shahab
Behind the veil of beauty, 
reside darkness
waiting like lover
peering through the windows,
counting the ticking of clock 
cometh the hour,
transported from illusion 
to grotesque,
all beauty decay....

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Categories: beauty, death,

A friend by SAMUEL JUDE
A friend?!
Friend, oh to what shall I compare thee?
Thou art more lovely in the roughest winds,
Or shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Belching nectarous...

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Categories: analogy, best friend, death

Premium Memberlost heroines by Rick Folker
Lost Heroines

Anna K. had her train
Virginia her river Ouse
Emma B. chose poison
And Janice heard 
and succumbed to
the false seduction 
of her lethal needle.

So many distraught,...

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Categories: addiction, death,

Five Letter Words by SEAN SOLOMON
Life’s worth, human birth 
Gifts found, earth bound

                 ...

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Categories: death,