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Suicide Death Poems

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


Done
Done
by Dylan Williamson

I am done
I am finished
I haven’t won
As if I fished
And didn’t catch
Anything at all
But with this batch,
I am off call
I don’t want to,
Forever...

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Categories: angst, dark, death, suicide,



A Certain Sadness
A Certain Sadness
by Dylan Williamson

Time eventually becomes sad
With you becoming down
Even though it may not look bad
You will almost certainly get a frown
Sadness grows and...

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Categories: angst, dark, death, depression,

Premium Member A Mother's True Love
Love comes in many shapes, sizes and thoughts,
the love of flowers, things, our best pets.
Love may come as that special gift,
the one gift I have...

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Categories: death, baby, love, mother,

Premium Member Tomorrow's Yesterday
Tomorrow's Yesterday

Changes are the hardest part of living. 
Just when you get used to things, 
good or bad, they become worse...
rarely better. 
Depressive as it...

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Categories: death, addiction, adventure, allah, america,

Premium Member My Best
My Best 
"She is a flower..."

Pink roses, 
not the big ones, 
not the small ones, 
not the buds or full blooms. 
No. 
Not one of...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, celebration, friendship, miracle, mother



Premium Member The Storm of Ages
The Storm of Ages

I was given a taste of something... sweet. 
Innocence reborn a new, 
I... am... born... again. 

While some celebrate, 
others cringe and...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, allah, america, angel, fate,

Premium Member File Number
File Number

364 was especially hard to deal with today. 
The worker made a check in the empty box. 
She used red ink. 

Wife beater, 
drinker,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, analogy, butterfly, corruption, creation,

Premium Member Confused Miles
Confused Miles

You...
are too far away. 
I live here and you live there. 
The world, 
smaller all the time, 
but still. 

Parts are on fire. 
Some...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, addiction, america, angel, fantasy,

Numbers
Numbers
by Dylan Williamson

Numbers , an intricate design
A metaphorical thing that troubles most
And they include many signs
The ones who understand these boast
Numbers flicker by quickly
Incredibly fast,...

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Categories: angst, dark, death, poverty,

Premium Member One More
One More

Raise the curtain, 
I am ready. 
Let's write and read together, 
for hours without end. 
Dressing up in costumes, 
singing crazy shanties, 
or Round...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, appreciation, grandparents, happiness, miracle,

Premium Member Third Row, Second Seat
Third Row, Second Seat

The empty chair at church has a name. 
It changes from time to time, 
but remains somewhat if not always, 
the same....

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, angel, atheist, christian, forgiveness,

Premium Member A Blip Offering
A Blip Offering

I
we
they
and...

a show
a play
a picnic
an event

chaos
loss
grief
love
laughter

joy
connection
wisdom
truth

stranger
family
friend
soul mate

God


(free verse until it is no longer free...) 
...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, america, celebration, history, humor,

Premium Member A New January
Resolutions each January I feel I must do.                 ...

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Categories: death, february, january, power,

Premium Member My Computer
I navigate my computer,                     ...

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Categories: death, computer, words, writing,

Premium Member The Sitter
The Sitter

They rushed me in. 
I had no time to prepare. 
Talk they said. 
Entertain. 
We will not be... long, 
it was a song.

Fear.
My first...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, child, childhood, chocolate, daughter,

Premium Member Blip
Blip

This is a short poem. 
Not a long one like the rest. 
(not haiku)
This is about time, 
and saying a lot in a small space.
Updates...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, courage, heartbreak, heaven, mental

Premium Member Gathering the Bones
Gathering the Bones

You must believe me, 
I am in power. 
I know what is right for you. 
Your vote put me here, 
you can not...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, addiction, allah, america, child

Premium Member Wormwood
Wormwood

There is a place, 
in the middle of nowhere... now. (hushed whisper) 
It is hot and cooking,
and yet...things are green. 
Nature has taken back, 
what...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, allah, conflict, earth, gothic,

Premium Member Spring STRAND CHOICE 2
Singing birds emerging.
Pretty flowers are blooming.
Rabbits are hopping.
In spring things start living.
Nests of eggs are cracking.
Gardens are now growing.

Written Date: 1/21/2020...

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Categories: death, bird, flower, spring,

Premium Member If There Was No Poetry
No more poetry,
say it's not so.
How do I live not writing any more, 
no more words and stories to express.
No more rhymes,
to pass my time.
How...

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Categories: death, poetry, words, writing,