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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 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,



Premium Member TODAY I LEARN TO BE A WIDOW, LESSON 2


lesson two
 
silence is the partner
i need to befriend
for days the sun
won’t rise
to meet me

to look
beyond the rain
while the world takes its turn
at mourning the...

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Categories: death, loneliness, lost love,

Premium Member TODAY I LEARN TO BE A WIDOW, LESSON 1


lesson one

i wake up alone
for the first time
the silence is deafening

i want to get up
but every fiber in me
is dead weight

i want to call my...

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Categories: death, loneliness, longing, lost

Motions
Its called just going through the motions
There's no quick fix, no magic potions
Day in, day out the goal is the same
Head up, stay strong. My...

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Categories: anxiety, death, depression, life,

Premium Member Old Taoists Always Die
I'm a 68 year aged
ecofeminist Taoist,
Yin Unitarian and Yang Universalist
in a bicameral
dipolar co-arising 
Left/Right-UnWinged EarthCentric kind of way

Where "permacultural"
presumes death
and resumes life,
both multiculturally held together
in...

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Categories: death, health, identity, integrity,

Premium Member You Adapt


Pain doesn't know time,
sometimes that hole
death left in your heart
refuses to heal.
And the pain remains
as fresh as it ever was,
an agonizing ache 
that never dulls.
But...

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Categories: death, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Moving on
Once the flowers are kissed by the morning dew and the sunrise at the same time it is time to move on and let others...

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© Jason Wall  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, faith, life,

the irony
It is often during nights like these that my heart aches with an upsetting realisation that seemed to worsen the void. 

During times like these that...

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© A. Zylixis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, death, dream, irony,

Into Thy Hands
I lost someone I used to love -
The father of my children
We divorced years ago;
And I grieved then

We kept in contact - 
Through the kids...

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© KJ Hooten  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, farewell,

On Hearing the News
Comatose and half dead
Yet hearing every word they said.
It couldn’t be worse for me or them. 
Expect my death, and pray-Amen....

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Categories: death, farewell, moving on,

Premium Member Bridge Of Fallen
From far cliffs one sees a promised land
our leader calls for those courageous
Making a human bridge shapes our stand
deep river crossings, most dangerous
Hundreds make this...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: body, death, giving, hero,