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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.


God's acre
Darkness envelops like giant wings
Heart thumping eyes unfocused,
Hearing nothing silent as a graveyard,
Under a misty moon a dark shape looms,
Grey, solid, shiny marble it's a...

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Categories: dark, death, grave, memorial,



Premium Member Plato Epigram Translations
PLATO EPIGRAM TRANSLATIONS

These epitaphs and other epigrams have been ascribed to Plato...

Mariner, do not ask whose tomb this may be,
But go with good fortune: I...

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Categories: death, eulogy, funeral, memorial,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, character, hope,

Premium Member Freedom
For all those who have protected our nation,
for the men and women wearing the uniform,
We thank you for the ultimate freedom.
Sometimes we forget the preciousness,
of...

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Categories: death, bereavement, freedom, hero, history,

Premium Member Solstice
I want more solstice evening silhouettes.
And nights of rhapsody filled with rental stars.
To explore blurred mornings when the sun rises.
With transitions dripping through the trees.

I...

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Categories: death, imagination, relationship, romance, seasons,



Premium Member Sad news about winged warrior
Sad news about Winged Warrior


I just received word from the family of John Torchia, better known as Winged Warrior here on the soup, has passed...

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Categories: cancer, death, death of

Premium Member World War II Poems and Holocaust Poems - VI - Chaim Nachman Bialik, Erich Fried
World War II Poems and Holocaust Poems - VI - Chaim Nachman Bialik, Erich Fried

After My Death
by Chaim Nachman Bialik
translation by Michael R. Burch

Say this...

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Categories: death, holocaust, race, racism, truth,

Memorial service 10:00 AM October 21st 2020
Memorial service ~10:00 A.M. October 21st, 2020...
at Cherry Hill, New Jersey Unitarian Fellowship

Boyce Brandon Harris cremains
(approximately one fourth entire contents)
offered, interred, and eulogized
within ‘Tristan’s Pollinator...

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Categories: death, absence, angel, cry, dad,

Empty Boots
Pairs of boots sit empty
They no longer wear a shine
For they now are covered
With blood, dirt, and grime

The owners always knew
They could lose their life...

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Categories: death, memorial day, military,

Be with you soon
As the soil cracks, so it's bound to
as my soul packs for its bounty
as they unpack, was I bad or true
know the facts, I committed...

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Categories: death, death of a

So This is Over
So This is Over
A living legend now dead.
All grief and sorrow
Flows through my head.
I can't understand
Why such things must be.
I wish there was someone
Who'd explain...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, death, dedication,

The Bonds of September
Every year on one day in September,
we bear a duty to recall.

We were afraid merely to watch that day,
let alone to live through the despair.
From...

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Categories: death, loss, memorial, memory,

Six-Word Memoirs
I was inspired by “For sale: baby shoes, never worn”

I wrote down my own “Six-Word Memoirs»: 
«Birth certificate completed
Death certificate completed»

I much prefer:
«Birth certificate completed»
Even...

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Categories: death, me, memorial, memory,

Premium Member Where You Rest
In this quietude, this respect,
a place for the sparrows' songs,
where the marble garden
is gleaming white in afternoon's sun,
and luminous in the comfort,
the sleepiness of moonbeams,
where...

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Categories: courage, death, memorial, tribute,

Covid The Reaper
Covid 19 
Coronavirus
The reaper

Lives cut short
Families grow smaller
Children experience 
the unimaginable
Mom Dad have no answers
why is this happening
What does shelter in place mean, essential
Why cant...

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Categories: death, eulogy, fear, funeral,