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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 MemberThe Dilettante Diaries: The Dream by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
We went to sleep for but a little while
 I met you in my dreams. 

You delivered to me 
all your stories
all throughout the little...

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Categories: angel, birth, daughter, death,

BEAUTIFULLY ROTTEN by Victor Alaje
I cradle and rock him,
He's so fragile a thing in my arms,
So perfect, so innocent,
So unlike his mother.
His mother was broken and wicked,
A being rotten...

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Categories: dark, death, humanity, innocence,



Our only son by Mustafa Seker
(Son) Father, mother, time has come,
I’ll go out while I’m still young,
To venture out and see creation,
And wander through every nation.

(Father) Silly boy, don’t you...

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Categories: age, dark, death, humor,

microsoft dictation found poem four by jake aller
Green tree 
 is in the Kingstown Property 
in Alexandria 
with her mother
 and are tended to Jeff

 my mother in the wall
 is berating...

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Categories: death, allusion, anxiety, betrayal, dark,

Eula Gee by Rico Leffanta
Here lies Father John with his mum
Who told everyone John was dumb
Her final scoff,
"What a RIP-off!
You must be as dumb as they come!"

Well, lightening soon...

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Categories: christian, death, eulogy, grave,

A Key For The Maiden by Richard Evans
she enters the room gracefully
belying the heartache inside
her tale of loss floats through the air
like a wind blown kite
a mother child and death 
reduced to...

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Categories: death,

Easterly by tikar osuru
Bouquets of eastern starlings, raving. 
Reaching out, fledgling saving,
The garden sloth of heaven's hues    
Living in a bath of saffron dews.

Darkend the...

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Categories: art, bible, christian, death,

Premium MemberCulture of Death by Holly Primerano
People think that they have found,
a substitute for prayer.
New trends have been endorsed,
perhaps we should be beware.

Our problems are diverse,
but as I look I find,...

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Categories: death, conflict, corruption,

The heaven I hate by Isor Chand
When I cannot smell my foul sweat,
What shall I do with smell so sweet?
I had bent too much to be right
And I want it still...

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Categories: child abuse, culture, death,

His Sleeping Beauty by Elizabeth Duran
…and so, she laid there sleeping peacefully as he gazed upon her beauty. 
He wanted to remember this moment as it was, untainted by future...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, death,

Slit by Brianna Hobson
The butcher walks in
To cut and keep leftovers,
He's working with meat...

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Categories: death, abortion, birth, creation, gender,

Premium MemberLiquid Language by Carol Connell
There is a wordless language known as tears.
Its voice is clearly heard, make no mistake.
In life’s swift drama played out through the years,
companion of sheer...

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Categories: birth, child, cry, death,

GHOST OF EMMITT TILL SPEAKS by Jack Peachum
d. Aug. 28, 1955

My name is Emmett Till—and, no, I will not go away—I will not!
It was long ago and far away— but not so...

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Categories: black african american, death,

MOTHER by RICHARD TABI
Tell them i was here
I carried them in my sack for nine months.
Tell them the ugly pains I encroached.
The fire that was in my chest.
The...

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Categories: africa, birth, celebration, death,

A Little Birdie by Daniel Handschuh
Take a drive along a lonely road,
A dull highway with only the husks
Of cars and rotting flesh inside.
If you can find a certain groove
In the...

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Categories: angst, betrayal, death, family,

VAMPIRE EYE by Fungayi Elias Ndhlovu
When one eye is injured
Be certain the other is hurt,
The connection is certain
In flickers of light transferred:
Seven days now,
My eye is dreading the sun,
It was...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberThe Father I Lost by Jesse Rowe
Memories felt after so long repressed
Now burn like a fire inside of my chest 
They flow now as ink from the tip of my tongue...

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Categories: death, father, loss,

Premium MemberThe Lupus Was a She by Sian St. John
The lupus was a she 
howling at an orange winter moon
baying for a he
with pups yelping unison in tune.

“Where could Daddy be?”
They question Mother as...

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Categories: animal, death,

A Hungry Fire by Elizabeth Adams
She blew a goodbye kiss to mummy 
And off into the school she scampered 
Exchanging pleasantries and last night's stories 
And looking forward to dusk...

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Categories: death, absence,

Premium MemberRIP GILL by Gordon Alexander
Today we say goodbye to jill
This surely is a bitter pill
A lively lady full of the beans
A cruel world so it seems

A kind hearted lady...

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Categories: bereavement, death of a