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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.


SORRY by Sanjeevani Sarkar
The river is still, so are the stars
And the clouds roaring with pain
As if locked behind the bars

And there is someone sitting alone in a...

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Categories: 11th grade, cry, death,

Night Tidings by Michelle Rensburg
A jackal cries in the distance
And I jolt awake
The candle is still awake 
And my falcon glares at me, 
one stern, yellow eye keeping me...

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Categories: africa, bereavement, death, loss,



Premium MemberThe Dead Visit by Dear Heart
The dead come to visit me,
although they are all very dead,
they wake my sweet sleep calling out my name,
and I am entwined with these shadows!

I...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberPEEK A BOOM by JENNIFER PROXENOS
PEEK A BOOM!

Take a peek,
See what’s looming,
Populations booming,
Take a peek,
Things don’t seem sweet,
Soldiers marching, many feet,
Take a peek,
Priest holds communion cup,
Wardens locking prisoners up,
Take a...

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Categories: death, political, war,

Premium MemberTo Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief by Robert Lindley
To Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief

Truth of deep grief and its healing powers;
Are not in the anguish pains that invade,
With the...

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Categories: death, deep, family, feelings,

Premium MemberI Forgive You Mom, Forgive Me by Dear Heart
My mother died young, she was only sixty-nine,
we had a history that was not always wonderful;
she said and did things, and I said and did...

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Categories: death, mother daughter,

I Didn't Listen by John Steward
I Didn’t Listen

Thoughts of days gone by drift through my mind
Visions of you appear as though magic,
I know mistakes that left you behind
Results of our...

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Categories: angst, death, drink, grief,

Premium MemberAmerican Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf by Robert Lindley
American Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf

Thirsty for red moon, its sacred beams and eternal pull
howling-out to speak to this dark and blind world, without...

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Categories: art, conflict, death, history,

Premium MemberTO BE OR NOT TO BE by JENNIFER PROXENOS
TO BE OR NOT TO BE				
 
Hamlet spoke these words at a low ebb of life
How would he do it, perhaps with a knife?
To be...

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Categories: death, history, murder,

Premium MemberThe Story of Grandma Bea by Caren Krutsinger
Music was Grandma Bea’s life.  She lived for it.
Lifting her spirits more than a bit.
Funeral was today, family here
Remembering and smiling at her antics...

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Categories: death, inspirational, music,

A Mothers Goodbye by Isabelle Guzman
I stepped outside,
I saw you sitting there,
Small and frail,
But still you smiled.
As your body turned against you,
It was I that cried.
I sat next to you,
Tears...

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Categories: death, mother,

justice for junior by Amaris Vazquez
justice for junior! justice for junior! justice for junior! your death has affected me deeply and I never even knew ya. 15yrs old you had...

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Categories: boy, brother, death, evil,

ADESEWA by Speare Earth Poetry




Created in the image of Òrisa and Olorun eleda
Visage brighter than Moremi's memories. 
Gifted the body of a voluptuous goddess,
For fear, Mortal men trembled at...

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Categories: africa, birth, death, deep,

Suicide Trails by Laycie Premoe
She walks down the trails alone, yet not.

Ghosts surround her

She hides away behind a mask

Pain oozes from behind the mask

Look into her eyes

You will see...

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Categories: death, suicide,

With All Our Love by Brian Densham
We did not want to say goodbye
You shared the best you were with us
And placed our lives above your own
You comforted and lifted up
And sheltered...

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Categories: death, dedication, goodbye, loss,

The soul Errand and other poems by Saheed Ridwan
The Soul Errand
To Sir Walter Raleigh Tomb.

Since my soul shall though go
Upon a thankless arrent too
I fear not to touch the best so
The truth shall...

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Categories: death, africa, beautiful, beauty, child,

I Meant To by David Welch
Mother,

I meant to finish college and
go get my Master’s degree,
to become and engineer
and built great things in our cities.

I meant to show you my new...

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Categories: abortion, dark, death, judgement,

Froze on passed time by Chelci Biggs
The clock on the wall is froze on passed time.
Your memory is my future.
I force myself to smile.

No one can understand how my heart truly...

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Categories: angel, death, god,

Premium MemberWhat If by Dear Heart
What if,
my sister Suzanne had not died on that snowy winter day
it was so pretty with the snow falling down and the icicles on trees
I...

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Categories: baby, death, father, grandmother,

I Want Her Back by Subimal Sinha-Roy

I didn’t know why the sky suddenly fell
but in the surging storm we got uprooted,
like the floating logs of wood we drifted
until she found a...

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Categories: death, for her, home,