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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.

Life Plays With Death
I’ve been needing your lies 

I’ve been craving your poison 

I’ve been missing your demons 

I’ve been loving your hater 

While I was playing with...

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Categories: anxiety, cry, dark, death,


Sitting at a table
by himself
glancing at the menu
feeling lonely
reminiscing about
his wife and
how she passed
he lingered a while

On his way out
discretely he left enough
to cover the...

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Categories: death, grief, inspirational, lonely,

Death took my Sun away today
The light went dim almost faded away
I’d ask my pet to ‘Oh please, please stay’
But alas, she’s gone, dead quiet...

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Categories: animal, death, farewell, grief,

Premium Member WEDDING RINGS

Clouds every day
With you away
Often feeling blue and low
Seldom alone though
As I wear our wedding rings
The simplest of things
We used to do
Aren’t the same without...

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Categories: death, grief, life, lost

Premium Member FOREVER DYING
after laying, 
my mother to rest, 
in her bed of pine, 
how I detest, 
that she sleeps, 
so deep,
so peacefully,  
leaving me behind, 

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Categories: death, child abuse, childhood, conflict,

I stand on the hill and look at the sky,
Down the beaten path and the road I have come;
I peer upwards at the twilight sky...

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Categories: 9th grade, appreciation, death,

A Dance with Death
Oh death, what say thee when it’s my time?
Will thou come to me, or will I go to thee?
Will you really want me in my...

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Categories: death, faith, moving on,

Premium Member Good-bye dear friend
He made us smile
With his infectious laugh,
His funny ways,
His sometime twisted path.

He touched our hearts
More than he knew,
Each day together
Our caring grew.

A trusted friend,
A happy...

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Categories: addiction, appreciation, death, lonely,

Seventeen cups of coffee.

Seven years ago.
They met.
Awkward, but willing.
To meet again.

They dated.
One loved coffee.
He drank no more than seventeen cups a day.
The other hated coffee...

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© Kai Toth  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, angst, death, drink,

Left Behind - A Catharsis
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,

An Angels Kisses
(PROMP:[3:29am] angel!jeongin lies next to you and hugs you as you cry, telling you to stop missing him “it’s okay, I’m here” PROMPT CREDIT TO...

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Categories: angel, death, death of

Please let my essence fumigate
And may my passion fascinate
Under this stone I liberate
Of hopes and dreams to integrate.

My song, my tears, they consecrate
A curse to...

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Categories: appreciation, death, farewell, grave,

Premium Member Someday When I am Gone
Someday when I am gone
And death pulls us apart,
Though time breaks every bond,
Still I'll live within your heart.

Someday when I am gone
I hope you find...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, moving on,

The Edge of Time
The stream of life is like flowing waters
constantly moving, passing through
flooded with happiness and sadness 
the essence of living to the edge of time
showering kisses...

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Categories: adventure, birth, death, deep,

Now is the Time to Move on
Now is the Time to Move on
It's been twenty years without my father, 
A fine soul, incomparable with another.
A man of might amidst his mite.

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Categories: death, father, sorrow,

I found myself by a river, 
on the day I wished to die.

I found myself by a river, 
the place you’d always cry.

I found myself...

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Categories: death, farewell, moving on,

Premium Member BIDDING

bidding adieu
a farewell serenade
the autumn leaves

posted on August 18, 2018

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Categories: autumn, death, farewell, moving

Premium Member AT SOME

at some point
you realize you can't
take your toys with you

posted on August 1, 2018...

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Categories: death, heaven, introspection, journey,

Premium Member ACCEPTANCE

Denial, anger, bargaining, and depression
Barely behind me, I pick up pieces

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Categories: bereavement, death, hope, lost

Eternity To Enjoy It
I barely notice the horse as he walks,
his gait is so incredibly smooth,
we’ve been riding all morning on this ridge,
and have settled down into a...

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Categories: death, god, heaven, hope,