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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 A December Memento
When Mama lay dying a sad Christmas because
We visited her in Memorial on that Christmas Eve,
She’d hidden away our presents as old Santa Claus.
She told...

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Categories: christmas, death, mother, remember,

Too Late To Apologize
With these eyes I can see,
my fingers writing,
what my heart feels,
a message to my late mom.

My letter was written,
then left on my desk,
it was meant...

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© Ayman Issa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, depression, funeral, memorial,

1234 and 5
                 1234 & 5

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Categories: blue, death, death of

Sick of Missing You
I'm getting sick of missing you
Forgive the wish to see this through
The way we lived has left you cold
Ashes last, but not to hold

Whisper secrets,...

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© Laura Dee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, death, depression, loss,

You were loved by everyone
You were loved by everyone 
By Michelle Morris

It's been a while since we spoke
And I miss you every day
I'm struggling with your absence
And my world...

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Categories: death, eulogy, father son,

Premium Member Remembering the Death of JFK
Few now remember the horror of November 22nd
The year was 1963, and it seems a long time ago,
But by American history and memories reckoned
The death...

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Categories: death, memorial, memory, presidents

Death reminds me
Death reminds me
By Michelle Morris

As December draws nearer
I know that anniversary is looming
Honestly, I don't want to face it
Another reminder that you're gone

There are too...

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Categories: death, december, grief, loss,

Take me to the ocean
Take me to the ocean 
By Michelle Morris

You stepped out onto the beach
Not seeing the beauty that lay before you
Thoughts and memories tumbling over
So rapidly...

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Categories: death, depression, emotions, loss,

Just a quick notification that
A new resident was on his way
Giving  us enough time to get 
A room ready for him to stay
Not our...

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Categories: death of a friend,

When the bowl your life filled shattered onto the floor,
All your memories spilled. It could bear them no more.
And the chance for ones new without...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, death of a

By Michelle Morris

Ashes into the ocean
And away you go for good
Your soul is now in Heaven
And your body in waters blue

Though we stand here in...

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Categories: death, heaven, memorial, memory,

Premium Member Time Of Death

Trembling, heart racing – it feels
So much like darkness, gray and dim
No light – no hope – no way to cope
This is the inkling of...

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Categories: death, grief, memorial,

Pineapple's Worth
She was hungry so was I 
So we went to look for food.
We spot people who look her in the eye
And mommy thought they were...

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© PJ Gongora  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, animal, death, dedication,

Border Patrol
The East West German Border
A heavily guarded barbed wire fence 
There for containment
Not for defence

He sat alone in the Mess
Methodically drinking 
Trying to numb his...

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Categories: conflict, death, freedom, memorial,


No sooner had the melodious rhythm stuck with the ears than the drums went silent

Grim Reaper couldn't hide her temperament

She snatched you secretly  to...

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Categories: death, death of a