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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 Member The Not So Mighty Milky Way
Stepping into rows of the universe,
Rolling endless spirals into waves,
Who is left to try and save us all,

Prophesize the blackest nights,
Fighting for the right to...

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Categories: dark, death, humanity, planet,



I WISH
MEMORIES FADE
I just want to live one day
That your memories don’t fade, 
Your memories start to drown,
All I can do is frown, 
I miss you...

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Categories: death, mother,

MEMORIES FADE
MEMORIES FADE
I just want to live one day
That your memories don’t fade, 
Your memories start to drown,
All I can do is frown, 
I miss you...

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© lisa brady  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, mother, pain,

YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY MOTHER
YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MY MOTHER
I wish that you were here,
Just so that we could be near.
God took you away,
Leaving us here to stay.
No one...

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Categories: death, mother,

Premium Member Death's Cold Hand
Easter brings back sad memories. 
My mother died on Good Friday.
She was a bible scholar and quoted
Jesus's words every day to us kids.
I remember her...

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Categories: death, grandmother, loss, mother,

Premium Member Half-Orphaned - A letter to a son from a father in heaven
Half-Orphaned - A letter to a son from a father in heaven

Dear Son,

Sorry!
to leave you half-orphaned
to abandon you with my death

Sorry!
for not picking you from...

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Categories: death, father son, forgiveness,

Premium Member The Cold Doorknobs
The Cold Doorknobs 

I.
I am sure there will be that profound moment in time
when the dog out back will stop its incessant yapping,
Its unrelenting impulse...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Moments and Memories
Moments & Memories 
By: Tom Wright
Dec. 2, 1998

What is a moment,
but an undetermined increment in time?
Some of which as we look back,
we've categorized as tender...

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Categories: death, friendship love, god,

Premium Member After I'm Gone
After I'm Gone
By: Tom Wright
6/27/98 

Who shall tie your little shoes
or tuck you into bed?
Who'll always plant a tender kiss
upon your nodding head?
After I'm gone.

Who'll...

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Categories: death, heaven, mother daughter,

A Child's Eulogy
Mother 
Even though I am out of sight
And God has choosen to turn off the light
Dont cry, don't ask him why
Just try not to hurt...

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Categories: bereavement, death, eulogy, grief,

Death's Cold Hand
His icy pain twisted into expressive serenity
As he grasped at my 'late' mother dressed in white
Grief held my heart with strength desperately
When my daddy asked...

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Categories: death, father, pain,

SPIRITUAL MAHJONG Your move Lord
Spiritual Mahjong
Your Move Lord

Is there a God?
A benevolent entity.
An eternal presence presiding over me.
A creator, watching and observing.
All knowing.
Is my end determined and conclusive before...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, i

1861
Silent, dawn crept low and solemn
Over the Virginia valley
The misty orange haze of a pale sunrise
Cloaking the farmer's field

Blue and Gray, mixed with red
Life fleeing...

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Categories: death, america, brother, change, conflict,

A decision
I know I don’t know u
And u don’t me 
Ur still an existence 
A part of me

I may not get to know u.  ...

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Categories: death, abortion, age, baby, change,

Wretched Grief
When the day of tears is done,
The heart aches a little bit less;
Mother missed by the only son. 

When the day of tears is done,
His...

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Categories: death, grief,

The Pains of Motherlessness
(a poem by Aare Tunde Dawood-Akerele) 
Sympathizing with every motherless child. 

The Pain of Motherlessness 
Is far beyond measure 
Especially for a green mind. 

Begins...

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Categories: caregiving, childhood, death, heartbroken,

Seraph
Sometimes God brings his angels lives to an end, so its unfortunate that I have to say goodbye to my friend, a love taken far...

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Categories: death, angel, bereavement, black love,

My Mother in ER
My Mother in ER 

You were more beautiful in death than in life.
I don't understand what painter God sent,
to turn you into a sleeping goddess.
I only know...

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Categories: absence, aubade, death, mother,

Reflections
As I reflect on my past and remember things that happened over the years
I often stop and think about the problems I caused. I can...

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Categories: christian, death, emotions, growing

Swedish Saga
Swesish Saga

Gerda left Sweden with an odd liking for turnips.
She claimed hard labor ruined her hands.
She hated her father.
Fritchof walked like an ex-sailor.
He had a...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, marriage,