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.


Two sides of death by Alexander Seal
Death was dreaded. 
Rehearsed. 
Experienced. 
Dreaded more. 

Being told, 
Silence. 
Empty. 
Frozen. 

Death. 
The day arrived. 
Surreal. 
Nothing. 

The bond was broken, 
The memories ended,...

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Categories: death,

Suicide Trails by Laycie Premoe
She walks down the trails alone
Yet she is not alone
Ghosts surround her
She hides away behind a mask
The pain oozes from the mask
Look into her eyes
You...

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Categories: death, depression, pain,



Premium Memberforsaken mother by Laura Loo
"i sought redemption, 
found forsaken forests-
i craved lands of holy waters, 
yet the gods bestowed the desert."

i felt the fever with chills running down my...

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Categories: baby, death,

At Peace by Ashley Domenech
7/3/2018
A waxing crescent moon shed a sliver of mystified light on the silhouette of the lonely shadow of a woman. 

She sat cross legged on...

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Categories: beauty, cat, death, nature,

Premium MemberDavid Death by Rhoda Monihan
David Death

David Death was strong but handsome, 
But he suffered from much discrimination, 
Because his beauty was shaded, unlit, 
Which found him called ugly and...

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Categories: computer, death, desire, internet,

Premium MemberKimo Therapy by Kim Rodrigues
Death Of Mother:

she tucked you in at night - the nightingale,
soothed your forehead with her palm
and there her song presides.

Death Of Child:

your tears squeezed out...

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For Sweetness Was His Curse by Martins Deep
Sadly she'll never return, dream no more
Woe unto a star fallen without wings
Ever will it sink from the sky to the earth's darkful core
Every pleasant...

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Categories: death, deep, inspirational, lonely,

I CAN'T by Roughneck Tsepo Malaza
Her body lay still in there
I want to touch her but am scared
I want to talk to her but she can't talk
I can't go on...

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Categories: addiction, africa, childhood, death,

loneliness by Elvis Wanjohi
Loneliness.
It wrings the life out of you, 
Till you're but a candle at the bottom of the ocean. 
Loneliness.
It's the level of hell, 
Right below...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, absence, africa,

Premium MemberAngel's death by Gershon Wolf
A grieving mother sinks
to the pavement
arms outstretched

Tears mingle
hers and Heaven's
in unison etched
...

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Categories: angel, death, grief, mother,

Perspective by Joshua Popoola
A smile on his face
His very pale face
As his body was moved 
And placed in the coffin

A life not so well lived
A drunkard, thief and...

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Categories: death, perspective,

Wrong Move by Karl Goulbourne
Wrong move, wrong move, 
Gun in hand barking strong
Knocked the lady with basket in hand,
Her only wrong, is to feed her throng

King man that's wrong,
Pretending...

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Categories: death, abuse, addiction, analogy, anger,

ON VIEWING THE CORPSE OF MY MOTHER-IN-LAW by L. J. Carber
[Please note, while this poem may seem harsh, my mother-in-law did much good in her long life, more than I expect I have. It was...

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Categories: age, angst, bereavement, death,

I Was There by Vladislav Raven
Voices sing in exultation,
love fills my eternal soul,
an angel by my bed is standing,
to save me it is her goal.

Never in my dreams of glory,
within...

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Categories: death, dream, pain,

WHEN SHE COMES FOR ME by CHICANO EDDIE
"WHEN SHE COMES FOR ME"


death used to frighten me
but I welcome it like
the hatred some feel for me.
lady death could never hate me.
I serve her...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, depression,

Children of an Angry Father by Chime Justice Ndubuisi
When primeval men were made,
Someone said they were perfect,
But I ask them how plausibly so
Can perfection beget imperfection?
They laughed and I laughed in return.
Some others...

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Categories: death, anger, children, courage, father,

Daughter, Cry No More by Lovie Divine
In Loving Memory of my Father, James Nathaniel Gelsey 

I wasn't ready to let you go, but your departure from me, you knew, 
You said...

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Categories: bereavement, death, father,

Premium MemberThe Journey to the Cosmic Beyond by Gary Bateman
The Journey to the Cosmic Beyond

Life
God’s divine spark heralds our mortal presence on this Earth,
Whilst angels sing their mystic paeans to our cosmic rebirth.
The soul’s...

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Categories: allegory, death, god, heaven,

Continent Wide Yogic Carpet Ride Unveils Qualm by matthew harris
Bull eve me (Adam, whether existence
     fact or fiction),
     his immediate legion heirs whole
heartedly partook
  ...

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

Father's Day by Mel Brake
Father’s Day is like a day of mourning
A day of the dead
Where young men who committed suicide
Come out of the graves to be with their...

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Categories: death, black african american, boy,