Moving On Death Poems

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


DENIAL by Ademigbuji aishat
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Adrenaline takes over when his eyes blanked
The sweet words that falls off his full lips are gone
Red apples are...

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Categories: death, heartbroken,

Premium MemberI drove with the top down on the Highway of Death by Jeff Martin
Faster than you can say Professor Heinrich Graf Von Glockenspiel
A friendship is gone
That’s what I called that joint experiment of ours
A friendship
I don’t know what...

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Categories: death, moving on,



They're Here by David Loewen
They're not dead, they've just passed on
Yes you grieve because they're gone.
They're watching your from the other side
But you can't cross that great divide.

Their souls...

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Categories: death, moving on,

Premium MemberKant and Buddha meet Karma and Immanuel by Kai Michael Neumann
Kant and Buddha meet Karma and Immanuel 


There underneath the fertile soil rests a karmic message

Hewn into marble stone or written on a lonely cross

Engraved...

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Categories: death, love, moving on,

Premium MemberWATCHING OVER YOU by Line Gauthier


Making the most 
Out of every single day
A rightful tribute to your loved one
Who passed with you on his every last breath
Refusing to be a...

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Categories: appreciation, death, freedom, life,

Time to Live by Wade Greenlee
Maybe it’s time to live
To remember but let go
So many days have gone by
It seems like a millenia ago

Memories once so vivid
Fading away like fall’s...

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Categories: death, father son, grief,

Premium MemberAnthony Durbin RIP Changes Tribute by Nick Trim
I see big changes, 
Everybody's walking around,
Heads face the ground,
You made us so very proud.
The eleven man crew is one man down,
Gone but not forgotten...

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Categories: anniversary, birthday, dark, death,

Ghosts by Curtis Sa
Please believe in ghosts,
It's the only thing that'll save you
When your favourite person goes....

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Categories: absence, age, bereavement, death,

Premium MemberDeath Is Blind by carlos trevino
Death sits waiting in a speical place,
She waits until we run the race.
And when the race is finally over.
She cuts our life like fresh mowed...

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Categories: death, moving on,

Premium MemberForget The Past by Vermillion Scythe
When you lose one or two, don't look back
for it will only make you lose track
let me give you one wise word,
move completely forward...

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Categories: courage, death, deep, moving

Premium MemberMEMORIES by Judy Emery
MEMORIES

I take that long gaze looking out my window
reliving old memories of you and me
I could still see our footsteps on the sand
I was so...

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Categories: death, emotions, longing, love,

Premium MemberTHE QUEEN OF ME by Judy Emery
THE QUEEN OF ME

Mama I want you to know 
I love you so 
You are my queen
in everything this life brings
you gave me life 
you...

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Categories: death, life, longing, mother,

Death Gives His Word by David Welch
You thought you were invincible,
blessed by being so young.
You thought you had plenty of time
to cut loose and have some fun.
But consequence has caught on...

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Categories: change, christian, death, fate,

Premium MemberI'M CRYING OUT LOUD by Judy Emery
I'M CRYING OUT LOUD 


Oh, my love , I can still feel your presence
I can still almost taste your last kiss 
your touch I still...

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Categories: autumn, cry, death, longing,

Dont cry daddy by Chris Peers
A warm fire burned slowly in the hearth,
Darjeeling tea was brewing in the pot,
a dead King was singing about a blue Christmas,
a mother of six...

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Categories: cancer, death, loss, mother,

The last goodbye by Chris Peers
I was back in the old town,
a town of long memories,
where the night sky hides the stars,
and the moon is sad when she passes by,
familiar...

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Categories: death, forgiveness, grief, mother

In My Grief by Indiana Shaw
IN MY GRIEF . . . 
 
In my grief I shot the stars one by one
I didn’t stop till my anger was all done
...

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Categories: anger, bereavement, death, grief,

Premium MemberThe Words He Did Not Want To Say by Carol Connell
For over 10 years he had considered himself the happiest man on earth. A large part of that was due to his marriage to his...

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Categories: bible, death, faith, hope,

Epitaph by Jack Webster
They buried her by the train,
still waiting for her father.


 This was written to demonstrate the brevity of the epitaph form, in my critique of...

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Categories: death, father, grave, moving

at the bitter end by Duke Beaufort
It’s my deathbed piano sonata 
Fond farewell I say to a lotta 
Note: At door there’s a fist-- 
A bouncer with the list 
Of any...

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Categories: appreciation, conflict, death, funny,