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Missing You Death Poems

These Missing You Death poems are examples of poetry about Missing You Death. These are the best examples of Death Missing You poems written by international poets.

Premium Member The Last Love Letter
fire consumed your last letter today,
I set it ablaze and then watched it burn,
your handwriting in fire had a sway,
raised and fell with a final...

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Categories: break up, death, friendship,

The last embrace
As a child ,
I believed 
everything and everyone is forever,
for me there was no death no fear.

As I grew up
I learnt the truth the hard...

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Categories: absence, death, i love

Premium Member DREAM ALONE
They were good friends when they were young…they’d lie together under the stars…he’d search for constellations…she loved Jupiter and Mars.

The two of them were so...

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© Jim Yerman  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, sad, suicide,

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,

Even in Death 2
 On this stormy night,
with the lighting clashing and the thunder rolling,
I'm running in the rain to reach you,
to see you again.
 Even if you...

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© Reva Mae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, deep, lost love,

Four Roses
To hear
The need to talk to you with nothing important to say
This feeling comes over me many times through out the day
To tell you how...

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Categories: brother, dad, death, grandmother,

Premium Member Tribute to Winged Warrior
Tribute to Winged Warrior

Oh what majestic beauty,
has been trampled,
trampled to death by a vicious enemy
Oh what misery is ours, 
we who are left behind
in ...

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Categories: bereavement, death of a

Precious Memories
Under the Mulberry Tree
Is where you would always be
While I climbed ever so higher
you would stand and wait for me

I never realized why that was

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Categories: death, grandfather, loss, memory,

Grief: a question
Is this what paralysis is?
A body in a state of motion
But not quite. A heart in 
Turbulence but now a wrinkle
On the face. The continuous

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Categories: absence, angst, anxiety, death,

The Final Goodbye
You never told that you were leaving
You didn’t tell it was the final goodbye.
You went even before I could realize it,
I think only God might...

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Categories: death, grief, heartbreak, lost

Premium Member About an Orphan
In comfort next to you mother,
fifteen Christmas I spent with you,
in time’s orchards fruits picked together,
those fruits now bitter without you!
Tears that run down my...

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Categories: death, love, love hurts,

Dear DAD
Here is a poem from you children and wife.
Hoping we can make it without you in our life
Missing you more as the time goes...

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© Marty West  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dad, death,

Premium Member Decaying Friendships

Friendships that go bad    
Some even must decay  
I am still missing you   
I sit alone on the bay....

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Categories: death, farewell, friendship, heartbreak, lonely,

My Loyal Friend - Hunter
 Hunter the knight that shines so bright 
Your twinkling greens eyes were my delight 
There was no task from which you would shrink 

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Categories: death, animal, bereavement, best friend,

Premium Member Death Dance
You seemed larger than life
Like the sun, moon and stars
Not God, but with features
That spoke of great joy, faith
Hope that speaks to the heart
And love...

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Categories: dance, death, depression, grief,