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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.


Ollie by Victor Alaje
"Why you sitting out here Dele?",
She squeaked.
"You gonna be those tiny bitters' food!",
She exclaimed.
If there ever was more to Ollie,
It'd be more squeaks and exclaims.
I...

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Categories: death, grief, health, mental

Sad by Pad Carr
Sad!

I am sad for endangered bees
I am sad for cut down trees
I am sad for my dad with bad knees
for he can never keep up...

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Categories: 12th grade, death, depression,



Premium MemberA Sad Laugh by Maurice Rigoler

When people know they’re soon to die 
they grieve and terribly, and why?
Because everything they dearly cherish
must be left behind, all of it precious,
children first,...

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Categories: death, life,

Organ Grinder by Brianna Hobson
It really hurt me when you
said I didn't matter
Threw me on the bed
watched organs spray and splatter

You offered me up to him
on a silver platter
Filled...

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Categories: death, abuse, body, gothic, horror,

Some Of The Sunshine Disappears by The Brooklyn Six Project
Some of the sunshine disappears 
When a loved one sadly passes away 
You think of all the good times you had 
Each and every day
Those...

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Categories: dark, death, grief, loss,

BEAUTIFULLY ROTTEN by Victor Alaje
I cradle and rock him,
He's so fragile a thing in my arms,
So perfect, so innocent,
So unlike his mother.
His mother was broken and wicked,
A being rotten...

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Categories: dark, death, humanity, innocence,

HER CIRCLE IS COMPLETE by Jim Yerman
The longer I live this life the more that I have found
how life is but a circle…and how we travel round…

Our circle begins as a...

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Categories: death, mom,

Premium MemberEpitaph for George - A Lethal Wind by Geoffrey Brewer
EPITAPH - A LETHAL WIND

Here lies George, the sad deceased

Victim of flatulence released

The result: he would expire

Stood before an open fire


Geoffrey Brewer
15 Sept 2018...

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Categories: death, eulogy,

Thorns about the snow by Chris Green

Thorns about the snow 

Cantilever tombstones
Gathered in a row
Broken bits of someone else’s deed

Weeds are overgrown 
Thorns about the snow
Endless come the struggles as you...

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Categories: dark, death,

Premium MemberSlow Death Dissolution by Freddie Robinson Jr.

When the repellant acid rain came,
the silica image gloomed darkly
into sobbing disintegration

Embers of flickering hope
smouldered deep in the heart of despair
Passion dying to be re-ignited,
only...

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Categories: allusion, death, sad love,

Premium MemberFor Whom The Bell Doesn't Toll by Carol Connell
Joe Jingle pealed church bell with punctual skill
until the sad day he fell terribly ill
with a loathsome disease that sorely did linger.
Now alas and alack,...

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Categories: death, funny, humor, word

Premium MemberRemembering 911 by Carol Connell
Scared
   Saddened
           Violated

Feelings that flooded my heart
on that awful day seventeen years ago.
...

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Categories: america, change, death, fear,

Premium MemberBuried on Sour Ground by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Took a spirit trek
across the golden amber prairie
Zephyr driven westward
to the South Dakota Black Hills

Had a restless pioneer rest,
unsettling
I laid my dear skin gentle feelings
on...

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Categories: death, grief, native american,

One day just not today by Pranjali Takle
One day may be the tears will dry up,
Today let me shed them freely
One day maybe the pain will reduce,
Today let it engulf me completely
One...

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Categories: death, grief,

Premium MemberOrder Of Focus by Steven Delauder
On  the precipice of my cells lie another place,
Teaching me the meaning of another person,
Woven in my innards with the worms I procreate,
Into the...

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Categories: creation, death, planet, sad,

Premium MemberMiMi and Mary T by Michael P Walsh
Mimi and Mary T.
By

M P Walsh


It was 25 December,
And a snug-warm Christmas day.
The temp was over 50,
The weather: bright, not gray.

But a sadness on this...

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Categories: celebration, death,

Premium MemberA BROKEN HEART by JENNIFER PROXENOS
A BROKEN HEART    
 
How many people die a day, and
And how many loved ones mourn,
How many lives change in a day,
And...

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Categories: cancer, death,

Tissue by Brianna Hobson
Tissue paper 
White and thin 
Vision of a ghost skeleton

Bedsheets cover 
No body! 
No feet!

Tissue paper for
the recently deceased
...

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Categories: angel, death, dream, funeral,

Life Support by George Maris
The church has given up on me.
Giants of bureaucrats sit on their thrones
Referred to as justice
They have their agendas
Call it by any other name
I call...

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Categories: analogy, conflict, death, feelings,

I have no time by Sylvia Chika

I have no time
Stop bothering me!
I have no time
I’ll see you tomorrow
I have no time
Why do you keep asking?
I have no time
Let’s postpone the visit
I...

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Categories: death, i miss you,