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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.


Jim
He was my neighbor for over forty years and his name was Jim.
When I think about what a good man should be like, I think...

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Categories: death, memorial,



A mothers grief
The tears that I have cried today, 
Are less than the day before.
Fewer than the previous week,
And I'll  be shedding more.

My tears, they come...

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Categories: death, emotions, grief,

Miklos Radnoti translation of the Holocaust poem Letter to My Wife
Letter to My Wife
by Miklos Radnoti
translated by Michael R. Burch

A poem written during the Holocaust in Lager Heidenau, in the mountains above Zagubica, August-September, 1944

Deep...

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Categories: death, heartbreak, holocaust, humanity,

Indelible Parting
Should I wear myself off in tears?
Should I get myself lost with beer?
Should I dare consult the seers 
for the loss of a comely dear?

Can...

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Categories: death, feelings, sad,

when i die
when i die 
don’t tell me that you loved me 
don’t tell me that you were there for me 
don’t tell me that i was...

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Categories: death, anti bullying, anxiety, art,



Near Death Experience
I visited a special place, without awakening from the night.
Those who had been lost, were now brought into the light.
The darkness I had known, was...

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Categories: death, faith,

Premium Member you were gone
you were mine-

i walked down our dirt road and 
by the time i got home…
YOU WERE GONE
now winter wears not white,
but
filth like my heart,
i never...

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Categories: death, deep, metaphor, sad,

Schrodinger's Larkin
They eff you up, your Mum and Dad,
At least that's what we're told,
All your Dad's genes are hand-me-downs,
Your anger, spawn of old,
It's not your fault...

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Categories: death, sad,

Premium Member The Worth of Rice
The Worth of Rice

Food is a daily need. 
Some eat well, are fed well, 
are taken care of, 
while others have little, 
or none. 

It...

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Categories: death, addiction, allah, america, earth,

Premium Member Goodbye Love, Version 2
Goodnight, firefly, flap into
Oblivion, for a lover's light has vanished.
Oh, Romeo, wherefore this
Devastating doom?!
Bury me too, night sky!
Yield nothing in return.
Every forbidden kiss was never...

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Categories: death, devotion, for him,

Premium Member Goodbye Love
Goodbye first kiss; into
Oblivion our last.
Oh, Romeo, could I ever let go of a lover's clasp?
Darkness is still, hovering limp.
Beyond eons of lost breaths, you...

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Categories: death, goodbye, i miss

Premium Member Another Daring Deed - in Trump's own words on Soulemani's death
Yes, I’ve done it once again
Removed a seeping cancerous pain,
Soleimani’s dead and gone,
The devil’s agent, the Ayatollah’s pawn.

Long the source of all things bad,
Few if...

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Categories: death, anxiety, humor, parody, patriotic,

Premium Member An old woman weeps
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O’er this frail valley, darkness doth eclipse
Winter fans death, o’ lonely wishes fall
Blood of weakened flesh, high mountaintop drips
Puddles reflect forms, shadow’d mourners call

Beasties lurk,...

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Categories: death, fear, war,

Confessions from the dead
Dance on my corpse oh lady of the night,
Through life to me only you have been kind,
I offer no prayer nor see you in a...

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Categories: dark, death, i love

Premium Member Gray Like Mist
Gray Like Mist

The bird died today. 
My bird.
I cried for an hour. 
I can not cry anymore. 
There is no time left. 
I had to...

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Categories: death, angel, animal, atheist, bereavement,

Premium Member Mother Unites Family
                      mother's home cooked...

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Categories: death, family, food, loss,

Do Not
Do not feel sorrow at my demise
as winter sleeps and the willow cries
look forward to the coming days,
know I loved you in so many ways.

Do...

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Categories: bird, cry, death, farewell,

Good bye
The pain comes once again
The ground shines through the rain
Winter is ending, spring is near
The sky is sad because he knows that I will leave...

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Categories: death, depression, destiny, feelings,

Premium Member The High Night of the Dark Wind
The High Night of the Dark Wind

Dancing fairies on the lake of ice, 
leaving no marks as they pass. 
The tiny birds, chase them...
not to...

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Categories: death, allah, america, angel, fashion,

CLADESTINE
THE CHIMNEY
The once fine air, refreshens with dust
Between the village horizon and crest
Since the sailing of a death chemical chimney.

Young green plants seedlings growing on...

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Categories: corruption, death of a