Mother Death Poems

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


Premium MemberOne Monday Changed Everything by Caren Krutsinger
She was on her way to work 
A sixty-minute drive she made every day
It was a rainy day, drizzly, a Monday
Her car flipped in every...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberSpirit Shadows of Sadness by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Part Two
San Francisco, California
Melodee’s apartment with a view of the bay

“It’s the month of May. The 29th no less. The number of sorrow for me.”
“Cassaro,...

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Categories: death, depression, may,



THE LAST VOICE by Lynward McKee
They closed my mother's casket
to be buried next to Dad today.

The crowd  that came to honor her
began to walk away.

Nothing left but tiny breeze...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, confusion, death,

Raw Reality by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Waking again to the Raw Reality that your gone.
I tell myself every moment you will call but you don't.
I wait daily to hear your voice...

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Categories: childhood, death, loss, mother

God needed by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
God needed another angel,
so he took you.
So be good, mind your manners.
Be kind and respectable.

Always say please and thank-you.
Let the little ones go first and...

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Categories: angel, childhood, death, i

Premium MemberRedemption part 1 by Mark Massey
The Cemetery

A stone shall mark all those that came before
with names engraved forever to be known,
their soul, if saved, in bliss forevermore,
their body in the...

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Categories: death, eulogy,

Premium MemberSpiritualist, Medium and Deceiver by Kevin Shaw
Spiritualist, Medium and Deceiver

What a wonderful gift he has,
Speaking to Mother who passed,
To reach her from the other side,
My troubled mind eased at last.
 
Clever...

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Categories: betrayal, death, emotions, how

Premium MemberSWIPED HER HEART by Line Gauthier


She was blessed with one baby
Truly best part of her life
Shared custody with her ex

Simply took her breath away
He was growing up so fast
Little darling...

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Categories: angel, death, father, heartbroken,

My Mother is with God by Jun Gonzales
My mother is with God
Yet why I feel so odd
Like she just went abroad

A country blessed untold
A place beyond this world
Where no one grows so...

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Categories: death, heaven, missing you,

Premium MemberDeath, Where Are You by Gregory R Barden

Here I stand, breathless, on mortality's beach

Constrained by the lessons you painfully teach

Thus, I plunge with convictions into the breach

     ...

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Categories: death, life, ocean,

Happy Mother's Day, Mom - Part V by randy johnson
You're not truly dead just as long as people remember you.
And if I have my way, that is exactly what people will do.
Your role as...

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Categories: death, dedication, mom, mother,

Premium MemberMother's Day 2018 by Francine Roberts
It's my first Mother's Day without you.
I don't know if I can cope.
To not cry in front of everyone 
is my very fervent hope.

I knew...

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Categories: death, mother, mothers day,

BECAUSE DEATH WAS JEALOUS by Felix Abonyo
Your angelic girlhood I ruined
And your upscale lifestyle you abandoned
To lull the little me while I groaned
And nourish the frail me as I matured
All because...

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Categories: death, death of a

Life by edward johnson
Rejected by my Dad
Rejected by my Mother
Rejected by my Family
Rejected by God

My Life...

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Categories: africa, children, creation, death,

If She Had Lived by Timothy McGuire
If she had lived,
I am sure she would still have a lot to give,
To her family, her friends and me.
She left us early, it was...

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Categories: death, love, mother,

Separation Anguish by Beata Agustin
Dread of separation anxiety
Anguish I felt with certainty
Yet due to childhood’s knowledge-obscurity
I could not fathom its reality.

Such awful feeling I experienced when my mother left...

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Categories: absence, death, emotions, farewell,

Premium MemberChetley, the Runt Dragon by Caren Krutsinger
Chetley was a runt dragon, the kind some kingdoms drowned at The Horn.
He weighed a mere 160 pounds, when he was born.
His dad took a...

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Categories: death, animal,

Premium MemberAnd the Rest is Restful Restless by Stephe Watson
And the Rest is...Restful/Restless


tonight

At last, he sleeps
beneath the stars and,
for once, beneath the grass.


tonight

at last, she sleeps
beneath the stars and
for once, above her horse.

tonight

One sleeps...

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Categories: death, death of a

Vegetable by Emmanuel Damilare
Oh!! greenish vegetable
Thou has watched you grow
Like a chick being watched by its mother hen
Daily you are being watered
Just to allow your continuity.
You grow faster...

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Categories: death, 2nd grade, baby, child,

Abiku by Emmanuel Damilare
With a great plan have I sojourn to this world
A plan to hurt my earthly parents,
To cause a non-lasting joy amidst them-
Through my purposeful death
And...

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Categories: 2nd grade, death,