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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.

A letter from heaven
To those I have left behind
Heaven knows how much ' I miss you',
Looking down, I couldn't help but cry
Jesus knows, I held back those tears...

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Categories: death, emotions, farewell, funeral,

The window
The Window

From her kitchen window she stares through the glass
Remembering her love who has recently passed

Daydreams of times she would begin to tear
Love so strong...

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Categories: death, devotion, heartbreak, i

Premium Member The Feeling of Death
When someone dies 
who is close to us
they take a piece 
of an essence 
of ourself 
that we never had to name before.

We never had...

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Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Premium Member Can Someone Tell Me
A thousand tears have fallen 
since we said our last good bye
and I’m searching for some answers,
while I sit alone and cry.

If you were here...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grief, hope,

Meeting Andy Gibb: Today is His Birthday
Some moments in life we just
cannot recall,
Like rapid moving waters one sees 
in a waterfall.
But meeting Andy, I will
cherish and remember.
His eyes, his smile, far more

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Categories: anger, death, inspirational, missing

Dear Dad,
Maybe I'm a few years too late
Hopefully, I'm not
You were the person I wanted to be
But what I became, I hate
The air within my lungs

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Categories: death, dream, father, heaven,

Premium Member LOSING A FRIEND

Through the years
Some rich some lean

Friends are few
And far between

No matter what
We have endured

Kinship and laughter
Always reassured

Losing a friend hurts
Deepest to the core

We’re always hoping

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Categories: death, friend, friendship, grief,

Premium Member NONNA

She was so young
And in the prime of life

I miss her every day
Much more than she ever thought I would

While I took for granted
We’d never...

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Categories: death, grandmother, grief, longing,

Premium Member So Lonely
So lonely are the nights
So lonely are the days
So lonely am I
In so many ways

So lonely are the months
So lonely are the years
So lonely am...

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© Steve Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, grief, loneliness, lonely,

Premium Member So Lost Without You
I want to touch you
I want you to see
I miss you so much
I want you with me

My life is so empty
My heart feels so cold

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© Steve Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, grief, missing you,

Gone To Long
You've been gone to long,
 Wish you never had gone.
But, I will be home soon
 to never let you go again.

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Categories: death, i miss you,

Premium Member Shades of Blue
As dawn’s first light appears in eastern skies
and paints the heaven’s dome in hues of pink,
I open sleepy eyes and realize
‘twas but a dream and...

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Categories: death, lonely, lost love,

Not the conventional topic for a poem
I mean, it’s difficult to engage socks
Emotionally; they provide no loam
In which to seed a rhyming song that shocks


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© John Blake  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, death, missing you,

How Can This Be Heaven If My Angel Isn't Here
As I passed through heavens gate on my way
Back to missing you
I asked my maker for an answer to one question 
Hoping He'd approve 


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Categories: angel, death, life, loss,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Unspoken words
I curse myself for caving
and letting my anger take control
Now I’m left here to think, forever, about
All the precious time it stole

I try hard not...

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Categories: bereavement, death, feelings, loss,

A Random Felo De Se
I'm in a relationship with myself
Walking alone on a ticking clock
Improvising only to disappoint
Existing to be invisible.

People who came and left
Took a piece of me

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Categories: death, depression, loneliness, lost

The Missing Goodbye
The crowd was once you and me
Sitting across while procrastinating
It used to be two seats taken
Now I’m only taking one
Because forever you are gone

I could...

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Categories: death, goodbye, heartbreak, loneliness,

Reaching Out
When I am gone, 
    Hold up your hands.

Close your eyes,
     And remember me,

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© Jan Pearce  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, hope, love, missing

where are you mum

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Categories: cry, death, how i