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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.


Premium Member A time to reflect - Is The True Writer Gone
"A Writer must Feel The Words So The Reader Can Feel The Words. By Poet"


Have you heard about this new thing,
this new thing called AI.
Is...

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Categories: death, friend, poetry, poets, writing,



Premium Member I Saw God But Now What
Did you ever look up to the big bright blue sky,
I did and I saw the blue eyes of God.
I know He is watching over...

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Categories: death, blue, joy, rain, sky,

Premium Member Weep
      - "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free." - 
  ...

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Categories: angel, cry, death, feelings,

Ghost
I am cold and I drive myself away
From a grave made of clay
With yellow-colored edges,
And the earth as its lid.
	
I am cursed to accept myself...
A...

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Categories: death, evil, funeral, humanity,

Premium Member A Century Turns: Soviet Union's Life Expectancy: I
Chapter 1: The End of the Eastern Gilded Age


'Twas thrice yon 'ere time clichés galore, albeit, one two many times, that fairy tale's opening wouldst...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, death, family,



Premium Member Blame
[Non-Fictional Preface: Fictional Old Folks Home/Apparition] "This is the story of two friends, both considered themselves start-up writers, whereas, one who was a bit more...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, death of a

Premium Member Write
Quote By Poet "A pen must write because they love to write." 

My imagination and creativity,
is spewing ink all over the desk.
Here I sit waiting...

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Categories: death, imagination, words, write, writing,

Premium Member The Odd Sock
Grandma knitted me and my brother,
he is blue and I am pink.
We fit snug in Sally's shoes, 
off to school or to play we go.
Each...

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Categories: death, brother, giggle, girl, grandmother,

Premium Member Dine and Dash
Dine and dash we are on the go
look at all the food below
warm soup is for me
with crackers and brie
are we eating real fast or...

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Categories: death, animal, food, friend, giggle,

Premium Member Blame
Quote: A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. By John Burroughs


Life has many ups...

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Categories: death, child, hurt, life, people,

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By Chad Carlson

The title says it all. I've been cursed with family deaths... Let me explain. 1 grandmother and 2 uncles is 3 deaths in...

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Categories: death, deep, family, grandmother,

Premium Member Don't Come To My Funeral
Don't come, do not come
Do not come to my funeral
Do not come to my burial
Stay home in a quiet room
To read my God-given poems
Be inspired...

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Categories: death, betrayal, funeral, goodbye, grave,

Premium Member Deathbed Confessions
I sit here and I ponder will I be one of yours? A deathbed confession that you have to relieve yourself of before exiting this...

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Categories: death, hurt,

Premium Member No Time to Say Goodbye
She slowly began to slip away, 
Then suddenly she was gone.
At 1:00 am she could not stay
And died hours before dawn. 
She died too fast...

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Categories: death, lost love, wife,

Premium Member Blame
A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else. John Burroughs

This is not a sad poem,
but...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, death, father son,


Book: Shattered Sighs