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Sad Death Poems

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


The Last by John Steward
I’m Hiding, Hiding in this cupboard
Feeling sick, I’m sick to my stomach
The shotgun sounds
I hear him. Coming, he’s reloading his rounds.
The Stairs, they creak, he’s...

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Categories: dark, death, evil, fear,

brief hospital stay by Jaz Han
i hate people in sterile places

its unnerving

to see them leached of colour,

needles in their skin

like punctured paper

And prodded by white coats , trying to find...

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Categories: angst, care, childhood, death,



The Late Stan Lee by randy johnson
He created The Incredible Hulk and The Amazing Spider-Man.
Stan Lee has died and it has devastated millions of his fans.
He also created The Fantastic Four.
But...

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Categories: death, dedication, goodbye,

Sonnet 4 by Andrew Fairchild
The Beauty of the End, is, It's Beginning!
For Aspen never rise, till fire is still,
And all Endeavors, Loves, and Lives are Ash...
All that is product...

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Categories: death, fire, introspection, life,

The Balcony by Chase Dela Pena
I watched happily as he stepped foot on my terrace,
All night we talked and he made my heart race.
But every time the night ends we...

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Categories: death, allusion, betrayal, blue, break

Despirited by Tamara Myles
I’m folding up your clothes neatly,
As I took them from your shelf.
I held them tight against my blubbering face,
So I could smell your former self.
Tears...

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Categories: death, death of a

The Joy I'm Without by Kurt Philip Behm
I walked with Colby,
  he never walked with me

His spirit to guide us,
  his love in the lead

We circled the globe
  a...

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Categories: death, dog, joy,

where are you mum by Rufaro Macharangwanda
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Categories: cry, death, how i

Premium MemberTo Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief by Robert Lindley
To Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief

Truth of deep grief and its healing powers;
Are not in the anguish pains that invade,
With the...

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Categories: death, deep, family, feelings,

Premium MemberHis Black Powder Cigar by Dear Heart
        Once had a boyfriend handsome,
    he had a black motorcycle that roared;
oh, how we...

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Categories: death, life,

Premium MemberTO BE OR NOT TO BE by JENNIFER PROXENOS
TO BE OR NOT TO BE				
 
Hamlet spoke these words at a low ebb of life
How would he do it, perhaps with a knife?
To be...

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Categories: death, history, murder,

Premium MemberJOINING SOPHIE by JENNIFER PROXENOS
JOINING SOPHIE

Sophie and I used to often sit
At our small quaint,
Downtown café,
Sometimes all day,
I so enjoyed Sophie’s
Charm and wit.
The solace we found here,
Was so relaxing,
We...

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Categories: death, life,

untitled by Jaz Han
I can’t ever know what flowers they gave her,
on that brittle coffin,
Because those flowers belonged in the garden she made,
(That after they let grow wild...

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Categories: death, eulogy, flower, funeral,

Healing Waters by curtis johnson
I had to get away from home as far as I possibly could.
His life was mine and my life was his, but now he's gone.
Never...

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Categories: death, depression, husband, sad,

Premium MemberJUDGE AND JURY by JENNIFER PROXENOS
JUDGE AND JURY 

Condemned by judge and jury,
All I felt was fury,
That’s me,
Now all I see
Are four high walls,
And all I hear,
Are the prison guard’s
Loud...

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Categories: death, murder, prison,

Premium MemberMy Life In Footles by Mark Toney
Mom's joy
Dad's boy!

I learn,
discern

God's Word
I heard

God's Will
instill

Result-
adult

Most good
I should

My call
help all

Some bad
some sad

My wife
great life

Our sons
blessed ones

Good friends
lives end

Grow old
be bold

Dear ones
death comes

Lord's call
stand tall...

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Categories: birth, children, death, family,

Poppy Wars by Gail Foster
The dead don’t care 
what colour poppy 
you wear -
if it’s knitted
or a diamante stud
for dead men stare
with blinded eyes
and their despair
is the colour of
the...

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Categories: color, death, peace, remembrance

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part II by David Welch
...He turned back to see all four of his gang
staring at him, in anger and shock.
“That boy was worth thousands,”seethed out mad Bret,
his hand shifting...

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Categories: change, conflict, courage, death,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: change, conflict, courage, death,

Goodbye by Andy Sprouse
Black angels rose today,
behind the dark sun that birthed them.
They bore me news of the grave,
one more friend too early sent.

My heart and the sky...

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Categories: death, death of a