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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 Black Molasses




"Black Molasses"



Black Molasses 
holds to ransom 
footprints 
sucked into 
Tropic of Capricorn mud
as bushfires bleed
sugar from cane
like molten glucose 
shot into the veins
of Mother Earth...

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Categories: death, fire, world,



Premium Member My Biggest Regret
I regret not seeing my witty eighty-eight-year-old mother more often
Because she is dying of cancer,
A slow ugly, painful way to go

I regret not writing letters...

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Categories: death,

Goodbye
Breathing isn't easy
And your heart is racing fast
Memories are all happy ones
As you delve into the past

Good times are not forgotten
And many make you smile
But...

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Categories: death, grief, mother, pain,

Premium Member Re-Creating Peace
Re-Creating Peace

The basket of castoffs is full. 
No one can wear clothes, torn and stained. 
Holes and rips that show use. 
The scissors cut them...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, america, angel, atheist, god,

Premium Member Namesake
My full first name is "Elizabeth Clare,"
As orthodox as any to be seen -
My mother's choice of Christian-name wear,
Dad would have preferred "Margaret Irene,"
(Named for...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: books, dad, death, girl,



Premium Member My mother
To wipe your child’s tears
In last moments of your life
My mother, My dear!...

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Categories: child, cry, death, emotions,

Premium Member Puzzles in Pink
Puzzles in Pink

Yesterday is just a dream. 
I took you everywhere, 
but you... do not remember. 

My little one, 
you cried and cried. 

We went...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, childhood, daughter, heaven, holiday,

Premium Member Home to Rest
Home to Rest
(She said, "I love my room." 
The very happy feeling of being home.)

Today, 
my daughter came home. 
She was not crying this time,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, allah, angel, appreciation, daughter,

Premium Member Mother Unites Family
                      mother's home cooked...

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Categories: death, family, food, loss,

MY ONLY CHILD
he was my dear son
no one left to call me Mum
was my only child...

1st January 2020


Contest Name: Senryu on Mother |
Sponsor: Jenish Somadas
HONORABLE MENTION...

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Categories: death, mother son,

My Life
Who am I, I seem to wonder as my thoughts hide in the back of my head, it's like my mind playing it with the...

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Categories: childhood, death, family, life,

CLADESTINE
THE CHIMNEY
The once fine air, refreshens with dust
Between the village horizon and crest
Since the sailing of a death chemical chimney.

Young green plants seedlings growing on...

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Categories: corruption, death of a

Premium Member Call Your Mother
Call Your Mother

Pick up the phone...
do it now. 
If you can.
Later if you must, 
I trust that you, 
know the difference. 

She never put you...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, abuse, confidence, earth, encouraging,

Sigh
Found me drowned in the bloody tub
Outside raining cats and dogs
A thunderstorm, black clouds
Me, empty as a shell
Tip-tip water pouring down
Inside the silence was piercing
Slept...

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Categories: death, desire,

Moonflower Aglow
To Flower
by Michael R. Burch
 
When Pentheus ["grief'] went into the mountains in the garb of the baccae, his mother [Agave] and the other maenads,...

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Categories: bereavement, betrayal, birth, death,

Poem 4
I’m here now 

Tomorrow I don’t know  

 

It feels stupid  

The idea of being scared  

of something you can’t control 

But...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Lay Down Be Still
Lay Down Be Still

I am not responsible, 
for what happened to you. 
You are accountable;
to what happened to me. 
That was and is still a...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak,

Premium Member The Goal Post
The Goal Post

In the days that follow, 
Christmas...
We need to consider, all that has passed us by. 
The year has moved with speed. 
Faster than...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, angel, chocolate, christian, christmas,

Premium Member After Glow
After Glow

The pumpkin pie is steaming in the oven, 
just exactly right for the evening dessert. 
A sweet remembrance of all things...
that have happened since...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, angel, atheist, bereavement, forgiveness,

Premium Member High Window
suddenly falling
fatally from the ledge,
plummeting downwards

finally finding,
the depression deepening,
desperate courage

financial ruin,
naive culpability,
family disgraced

trusted employee,
money meanly embezzled,
vanished without trace

his marriage over,
irretrievably damaged,
children with mother

deeply despairing,
makes his...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, anxiety, children, corruption, courage,