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Rip Death Poems

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Premium Member One Christmas, Death Showed Up
One Christmas, death showed up
To rip the bonds apart
And they, who were stunned -
Said their good-byes
Hastily at the tomb.

That same Christmas -
Another family opened their...

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Categories: christmas, death, heaven,



Rest in peace dear friend
Dylan, it sucks that we lost you so early when I heard that you first passed away the only thing that fled my head was...

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Categories: addiction, angel, cry, death,

Blech impossible mission to savor mug of ginger tea
Blech - impossible mission to savor mug of ginger tea...

When the entire mug awash
with floating leavings
by golly by gosh,
sipping said herbal brew
analogous challenge
to eat spaghetti...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Bone
Bone

Under the moonlight I’m searching for your heart.
Another lost soul I need to rip me apart.
I couldn’t help you escape from out of the dark,
So...

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© Aa Harvey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark, death, loss, lust,

Premium Member One Less Poppy 1918
Written in memory of a sweet young girl 1905-1918 R.I.P. Always.
              ...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, love,



Premium Member Heading North
She’d been raped before

Just never by proxy

The birds flew south

As the Greyhound bus headed north

She would get it right this time

Rip his heart out

He would...

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© Paul Bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, power, violence,

Breeze
She just don't get the way it makes me break a little more cause she pays me no mind
I'm so in love with her, but...

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Categories: anxiety, beautiful, death, feelings,

A Lovers Plunge
She knew what kind of a girl went all the way on her first date. After all, she’d just met him earlier that afternoon. But...

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Categories: death, poetry,

Premium Member Unsinkable
(RIP Titanic April 15, 2012)

So near my God to thee, his spirit calms -
there is no arrogance unsinkable -
its icy fingers melt within the psalms,
and...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member RIP - DEI
   They say Claudine Gay resigned today
     Diversity at the university just died, we pray...

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Categories: death, education, symbolism,

I Know Your Presents Will Never Leave
“I Know Your Presents Will Never Leave ”
(written by Michelle L. LeBlanc 12/24/2023)
Dedicated to my son: Jayden Donald LeBlanc
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Oh how we miss you
Especially this time...

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Categories: death, inspiration, introspection, loss,

Across the Line
Morning came alive with rockets and missile pounding over my head and screams and shouts crying out like bleating sheep and empty vessels coming from...

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Categories: death, absence, abuse, allah, america,

Before and During Addiction and Into Recovery
Growing up as child 
Is all that's on my mind.

Wishing it was kind 
And not
who Im defined.

I used to run around, 
just wanting to be...

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Categories: addiction, child abuse, death,

Premium Member The Value of Reading
"The Value of Reading"

messages impressed
upon the secret keepers.
when is late too late?
to divulge the truth?

"I know this is a shock"
arrives far too late 
when it...

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Categories: betrayal, books, death, loss,

Premium Member As Autumn Changes
The roundest, orangest, nicest pumpkin I find
 In a farmer's field ten miles from town.
Uncarved and free from ghoul's design
with unsaid prayers, I set my...

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Categories: death, halloween, horror,


Book: Shattered Sighs