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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.

Premium Member The Train and the Room Out Back
A train went by in the distance
and I could hear it passing
every few hours or so from the back 
bedroom of my grandfather’s house 


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© Craig Sipe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, family, moving on,

House Of Memories
A house filled with bad and sad memories,
Always bound to be left behind just like its stories.
The house became the final place before her ending

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Categories: death, dedication, family, home,

Premium Member Chill in The Air
Death waited
Sat patiently in the hallway
We all sat there with him
Looking at 
and not seeing the paintings on the wall
We took turns 
waiting, visiting, waiting

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Categories: death, emotions, feelings, heartbroken,

a year and a day after losing you
all clear
skies all blue
right here at the peak
a year and a day after losing you
peace is here
quiet and silence is due
a beautiful view so...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, death of a

Premium Member The Discovered Body
There once was a man named Fred
Who found a body to dread

He said he'd protect
and never neglect

But the thing is the body was dead!...

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Categories: conflict, death, funny, hilarious,

Shadow Diorama
Even the ghosts have faded now,
splashes of gray like shadows
in a child's diorama.
They slip in and out of mortared cracks 
in my mind,
seeking a validation

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Categories: death, dream, grave, grief,

Before The Gates Of Alahsar - Version - 2 - 26
Chapter ..... 3 ..... Part ..... 1.

Now let us return to Alahsar,
let us now see how things truly are,
the plain does grow darker,
the sun seems...

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Categories: dark, death, dream, fantasy,

I Felt That Breath
I've lived a life full of ups and downs
With happiness and sadness playing like a see-saw
But even during these times that the sun shined
And it...

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Categories: death, deep, growth, moving

Lerato Gave Me Love
Thank you, Old Lerato, for your love
To myself, an insignificant boy.
You empowered me with the love you gave
For love builds and doesn't destroy.
I remember how...

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© abel jae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: best friend, boy, death

Premium Member Drifter

Coming in from nowhere, 
staying only a moment, 
and then moving on. 
Friend, or foe?
Hard to know. 
What to call you...
by name? 

Without family, 

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, abortion, abuse, addiction, america,

Shining Sun
Why does the sun shine,
Even on this week of sorrow
And on this ever reminding day?
I think I know why;
It is a revitalizing sign
Of those who...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member Maid

My maid of honor, 
my best friend, (smile)
help me in the moment, 
help me in the hour, 
help me make it down... 
the great white...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, bridal shower, christian, encouraging,

Premium Member retired beauty, soul, and eyes
The nymph shudders at the sweet earth.
I want to leave, but she wants all its worth.

She is but a beautiful death,
as she admires a last...

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Categories: death, age, change, courage, devotion,

To Live In Dreams
Take my hand
Walk me through dreams of love
      Each cloud, a pillow soft, where we can sleep

Heal my heart
Dreamland’s the...

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Categories: death, dream, grief, how

Premium Member Two Thousand Twenty-two
Two Thousand Twenty-two
By Franklin Price

As the year was turning over, from two thousand one to two,
God was watching down from Glory, knowing what he had...

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Categories: bereavement, christian, death, god,