Sympathy Death Poems

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


Premium Member- The Barents Sea - by Sunshine Smile

The Barents Sea

On Coast Guard Nordkapp
My neighbor presumed dead - drowned
Young man nineteen years

Military service
Life ended too abruptly
Deeply missed and loved





Rest in peace, Sindre


08.05.2018
Sun :)...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberI LIVED LIFE MY WAY by jack cooper
There comes a day
When our time on earth takes us away
Everything in rewind 
Running through your mind
It's all on display 
In the most wonderful way
It...

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Categories: bereavement, death of a



Premium MemberSoar Now by TJ Silba
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Categories: bereavement, christian, death, emotions,

WHY by Taneria Ames
Just when we thought everything was ok 
you both turned around and went the other way
A precious little girl who had a hard time getting...

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Categories: angel, death, feelings, loss,

Premium MemberWith Poppy Red I Paint It Black - Music Pantoum by Susan Ashley
Feelings rife with satisfaction, I paint it black,
hours, minutes, seconds, let it bleed as tears go by.
Time waits for no one, she’s so cold -...

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Categories: addiction, death, sad, suicide,

Sunset by Martins Deep
Magic plays out unclad
As Aegea falls
as a fiery ball into the sea....

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Categories: day, death, eve, farewell,

Balanced by Anna Hopper
My imaginary friend isn’t doing so well
Or, do I refer to myself.  It’s tricky as Hell
Here I am, Pacing, retracing and contemplating
Alternating amongst the...

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Categories: dark, death, health, psychological,

Premium MemberRest in Peace Mugsy, My Sweet Pug by Laura Loo
someone wise told me I should write about my great loss, 
maybe it would help me deal with my sweet boy’s death-
truth is I would...

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Categories: death, dog,

IT'S REALLY INSANE by Rita Secrease
IT'S TRUE TO KNOW WHOSE REALLY INSANE...WHO SHOULD BE PUT AWAY.....
PAYBACK'S A BITCH...THAT I REALLY KNOW....
BUT...GETTING RID OF GUNS....AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN,JUST FOR SHO'......
IT'S THE MENTALLY...

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Categories: america, anger, betrayal, death,

Premium MemberHE COMFORTED HER by Line Gauthier


Her grief was dark and devastating
But she grew strong through the years
Refusing to shut down, she carried on
All the groundwork had been laid
It hadn’t been...

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Categories: death, heartbreak, nostalgia, parents,

A LETTER TO SHARON'S FAMILY by Boluwatife Oyedeji
Dear Sharon's Family,
    Life is placed on the peg of transformation and dramatic event which can render every living being not only...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberEight Word Challenge- Losses of My Life by Laura Loo
     Looking outside my sill at the stardust waiting to fall,
   I see Cashmere, my ivory horse, ready to...

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Categories: death, lonely, lost love,

Premium MemberGun Shy by Freddie Robinson Jr.

You don’t have to say
one spherical metallic word
I know with GSW empathy credulity
just how you feel ... I bequeath kindred sympathy
Taking one lead body blow...

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Categories: death, society, truth, violence,

Premium MemberUngrateful child by Silent One
I woke up that day with tears in my eyes,
after I heard about your father's demise.
Guess you've never understood,
the point of being his blood.

I remember...

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Categories: anger, death, death of

Rainbows pour crimson by emma green
No wonder the ocean roars
and space battles heart to heart
within a place distressed -
broken bodies clothed in denim
t-shirts splattered by screams
sprayed by bullets  
...

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Categories: america, anger, death, grief,

4 Judgement Day by eric ploscik
Another one bit the dust
Before his time
Along the wire opined
What a coward
Such a waste
A pus.. who couldn't face
The trials and tribulations
Of this reality called life.

Amazing...

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Categories: death, depression, judgement,

Premium MemberSo Sad by James Study
There was a man who never shed a tear
The time he lived was many a year
So sad he never knew
What the tears would be due
Now...

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Categories: death, funeral, life, sympathy,

Premium MemberI Am A Hornet Nest by Billy TheKidster
I will attempt to explain this using the following analogy.
I went For Help to BluePearl Veterinary,
with a feline medical emergency.
BluePearl saw me coming and thought,...

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Categories: anger, cat, death of

We are Sisyphus by Chris Peers
In worlds beyond the midnight stars,
they are reading the last pages of our memoirs,
looking at us with sadness and sympathy,
and listening to the echoes of...

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Categories: america, death, humanity, life,

Premium MemberLonely Mortality by James Inman
Like fragranced flowers soon will lose their smell
and colors fade from red to light pastel,
my body, now, will rot awaiting hell
as those I love have...

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Categories: bereavement, death,