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Moving On Death Poems

These Moving On Death poems are examples of poetry about Moving On Death. These are the best examples of Death Moving On poems written by international poets.


THE RANDOM HOPE
In the deepest shadows of life,
we threatened to disappear from inside and die from outside due to an endemic or experimental weapon designed to kill...

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Categories: analogy, caregiving, crazy, death,



Twilight's Symphony
Upon the transition into a wistful soul
A past seeking self forfeits a requisite toll
Feelings are born from moments of pleasure 
Memories are lost to space...

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Categories: dark, death, farewell, introspection,

Words Fading With the Light
Don’t fault the dead when they linger;
Haunting the living
Is less daunting than leaving.

“What’s done is gone, time to move on.”
Is easier said than done.
Being alone...

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Categories: aubade, death, grief, heaven,

Premium Member SHE IS GONE, THEY ARE GONE
               SHE IS GONE, THEY ARE GONE

I am at a lost...

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Categories: death, death of a

1711
Stars aligned that fateful night
An event unforgotten.
Two souls of dust and ash collide
Burning ever so bright
Amidst flickers of a darkness to come.

But the darkness fast...

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© A. Zylixis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cry, dark, death, grief,



Long Days and Lonely Nights
The day seems so long
When night falls you are all alone
You have had enough
Remember this is life so hang on
You must never let yourself go
You...

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Categories: death, conflict, deep, moving on,

Heartfelt Condolences
For Cliff...

Beyond this realm of all we know
Exists another where souls can grow.

A welcome space proved true by faith
Where wings, brand new, are greeted,
EMBRACED.

This special...

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© Deb Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, death, death of

Premium Member TEARS OF A WIDOW

 
I knew all along
my tears were
full of self pity

I felt sorry for myself
for the loss of you
I knew they were tears of shock
tears for...

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Categories: appreciation, cry, death, grief,

Premium Member NOW I SEE


I understand now
why widows
and widowers
let themselves
wither away

crossing the bridge
to choose joy
is a most
treacherous
journey



AP: 1st place 2021

Posted on February 20, 2021...

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Categories: courage, death, grief, life,

Premium Member STILLBIRTH -EMOTIVE WRITE
FICTIONAL POEM FOR CONTEST

I sailed through my pregnancy without a problem
We’d painted the nursery in pale blue
        ...

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Categories: death, heartbreak,

Premium Member NEVER COULD WE IMAGINE
~dedicated to Anni who is moving on
to meet up with her beloved Carl~



alone behind
grey hospital walls
she picks up the phone
and calls each grand-daughter
to say a...

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Categories: death, goodbye, grandmother, journey,

Premium Member Swedish Death Cleaning
SWEDISH DEATH CLEANING

"if you can't fit it all into your coffin, just chuck it in the bin"

Indiana Shaw . . . : )

"Things to do...

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Categories: death, freedom, moving on, muse,

One birthday and a funeral
Its the first day back to work after Christmas. The news is of snow dumps. Outside it's drizzling mostly, with small thin wisps of snow...

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© The Didds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, birthday, death,

Premium Member A Little Memory-Spot

When I was only seven and happy we moved

leaving my very best friend Spot behind

leaving a family member

I cried for many weeks

I missed my best...

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Categories: death, child, cry, dog, family,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: death, 12th grade, character, hope,