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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.


lonliness by STEVE WOOD
In the dark I am alone
Without my wife, without my son
I wish to die but then I cry
I cry, cry and cry
Till the tears in...

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Categories: cry, dark, death, depression,

Premium MemberIssues of Life and Death by Gershon Wolf
I'm afraid that your child needs multiple surgeries, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson
  (Holding back tears): Doctor, what are the odds that our Jessica will...

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Categories: death, life, love, money,



Black dog by Wanda Daugherty
Black Dog

Johnny was a quiet boy:  
He lived by Rangar Wood.
Johnny’s mother loved him,
As all good Mother’s should.

Black dog what’s you purpose?
Just to howl...

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Categories: animal, bereavement, boy, death,

Death's Destiny Of Doom by curtis johnson

Depriving me of the guidance I needed to grow up,               ...

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Categories: christian, death, family,

Premium MemberDesert Daughter by Heidi Sands
Desert Daughter

She had a daughter in the desert:

A daughter who lived near the mountains and palms
She loved to take beautiful photos of flowers and birds
Hike...

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Categories: death, mother, sad, sister,

Within An Ancient Song - 3 by Vladislav Raven
Professor Henderson did pay no heed to the call of his wife. She shrugged her shoulders as did I. The Professors wife, Abigail, she left...

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Categories: dark, death, dream, fantasy,

MALARIA by Okonkwo Ifeanyichukwu
Malaria a shadowless giant
 masquerading himself
As a bird no an insect
He is a much room without wood
Milking and sucking breeze
Of human blood
Malaria massaging the body
And...

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Categories: africa, care, confusion, death,

Sweet and Sour by Jan Pearce
“Sweet and Sour”


That’s what Love is…
Whether you are 
A brother,
A sister,
A mother,
A father,
A lover,
Or a friend.

We cannot sustain
The relationship
Without both
The bitter and the sweet.

We languish
In...

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Categories: death, love, love hurts,

Left Behind - A Catharsis by Brian Densham
What withered limb is this I grasp?
Once held me close and in my youth
Protected me and comforted
My innocence and fears

Now tears she can no longer...

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Categories: death, mother, moving on,

The Corner Store by Kaitlyn Krenik
Mommy, can we go to the corner store?
I’ve saved my allowance for two weeks.
I must have a hundred bucks, maybe more!
I want chocolates to fill...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, mom,

Sick child by Carlo Lazzari
Child lying
In a deep pallor
Looking out of a balcony
The last greeting
To island nature

Sunset is preparing
To surrender to the darkness
The gloomy and regal laurel
And the flight...

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Categories: beautiful, cancer, child, death,

Premium MemberA Sad Tale You May Want to Skip by Caren Krutsinger
True stories are often the saddest, so go to another poem if you 
are afraid of this one.
Seventy-five years ago a Mommy died leaving a...

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

Keeping Alive by BECKY K MARTINSON
Keeping Alive

Rock music plays
On the radio
Listen with tears
As I drive the road
Remember her ways
How she danced
Oh, if but I
One more chance

The boots I wear
Truck I...

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Categories: christian, death, eulogy, grief,

Under Your Cover by BECKY K MARTINSON
Under Your Cover

In a cot
Sitting, waiting
Tears shed
Heart fainting
I watched as she drifted
Drifted away
It came so early
That daggering day
Shes gone
'they' placed the lid on
Under the cover
Dark,...

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Categories: bible, christian, death, faith,

Distant Tremors by Serenity Nightingale
Earlier this year an earthquake happened.
It was either during the late night or sunless morning.
The shaking of the earth woke me from slumber.
Only my mother...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, death, emotions,

Have You Ever Felt Pain When Everything Was Numb by Issabella McCarty
I wish that nightmares only happened in dreams
Or lives that were so tightly joined together, didn't burst at the seams
I wish that I could find...

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Categories: death of a friend,

An incomplete search by Swetha Vangaveti
I went searching for-
that little child who cuddled in her mother's arms, 
those tender feet that jumped in rain, 
that little heart which melted for...

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Categories: absence, death, fate, goodbye,

A Life Was Taken Away by Mystery Girl
A painted black audi, damaged in every possible way
A life taken away
Bottles of beer and shots of vodka going smoothly down his throat
Lonely, misunderstood, misguided,...

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Categories: death,

Alone At Christmas by Clarence Billheimer
ALONE AT CHRISTMAS

Alone at Christmas you will be and different that is true;
The one who shared those years with you will now not be with...

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Categories: christmas, death,

To All Mothers Everywhere by Matthew Abuelo
To All Mothers Everywhere
To all mothers
everywhere
Why do you part your legs
toward
the 21st Centaury
Didn’t you know
That the future is our final station
Where the monkey sits and...

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Categories: death, future, howl, mother,