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Memorial Death Poems

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


Premium Member White Stones Silent
o the vast lawns of white stones silent....as a sparrow
tends her new clutch

only in engraving they speak soldier's names....and
the wars they fell in

men and women...

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Categories: death, 7th grade, 8th grade,



Premium Member U Can 2
U can 2 was on the license plate of my 
store manager brown Benz where a dead man 
was found in the trunk Alston Isadore...

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Categories: business, chicago, death, film,

Premium Member BATTLE CRY
War, War
We need more War.
Come patriots,
Come comrades,
Let’s all go to Waaaar!

Raise your banners,
Gather your muskets,
Sharpen your swords,
Let's all go to Waaaar!

Won’t it be fun,
To kill...

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Categories: conflict, death, destiny, dream,

Premium Member A Flock of Startled Birds
A Flock of Startled Birds

He had sat for an hour on a long, low, flat rock,
He had checked himself over from bald patch to sock.
His...

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Categories: death, depression, memorial, mental health,

Premium Member Stained Glass Insecurities
I thought I saw the butterflies inked on your skin
Flying away 
Your vial of tears was spilled out on your journal page 
I couldn't see...

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Categories: absence, abuse, death of



Premium Member In memory of passing away of my friend, Ben
Today, we gather not to mourn the passing of our dear friend Ben, but to celebrate a life that brought us immeasurable joy and love.

In...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member Eulogy in B
he had a life
within the life of ours
an imprint on eternity
his cuddles come
from angels now
or he’ll bark at them
relentlessly


for Barley, 7th November 2013 - 13th...

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Categories: bereavement, death, dog, grief,

Glum Yet Grateful
Here comes the dawn
of a thoughtful Mourn. 
Month of the desecrated demise
of a Monumental personage.

Unpleasant feels beclouds the air
I consume,
My structure reconciles itself
to the dreadful...

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Categories: anniversary, death, feelings, heartbroken,

Premium Member Fallen Flowers
Gone are souls who always cared. 
Gone are common memories shared.
Gone are loved ones old and young. 
Gone are budding lives unsung
Announced by church bells...

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Categories: death of a friend,

MAYA-An Enigma lost

In the depths of Tadoba, 
where shadows sway,
once lived Maya,
the Tigeress, in a mystical way. 
There was an silent under tone through the forest,
As she...

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Categories: angst, animal, death, heartbreak,

Premium Member Komorebi
in a pensive mood strolling down the road,
rustling leaves keep a count of my steps,
a curious finch eyes me close,
an unwelcome intruder pacing past her...

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Categories: absence, age, allegory, death,

Premium Member When I Kick the Buckett
When I kick the bucket you better cry
misery and loneliness overwhelm you when I die
You better mourn over me missing me a lot
even with another...

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Categories: death, humor, humorous, satire,

More Than Hope
“MORE THAN HOPE”(written by: Michelle Lynn LeBlanc 11/01/2023)
Dedicated to my son, Jayden Donald LeBlanc
.
.
You have given me More Than Hope
When hope was all I had
The...

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Categories: death, bereavement, hope, inspirational, memorial

Premium Member Memorial On a Winter's Day
ice formed in craggy spirals 
upside down and billowed
on the outstretched arms
of the sleeping winter Willow
awaiting Spring’s warm charm

misted sunlight peered through in sheer 
shafts...

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Categories: death, bereavement, grief, introspection,

Premium Member Scandies Rose
Will you remain with us, Scandies Rose?
We'll always be your rugged salty crew,
chapped by the ocean's kiss.
You were our mainstay and our vessel,
you faded down...

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Categories: 9th grade, bereavement, death,