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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.


Her Cold Blue Skin
POEM " HER COLD BLUE SKIN " by martin gedge

A windy frozen day night sky under the grey
the falling snow so thick and slow
would cover...

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Categories: dark, death, fear, horror,



Premium Member if only to make her smile
as if renounced
her somber eyes
speak to me
as she stands
on her sidewalk alone
this Christmas day

i stroll towards her
as i have every holiday
since his passing
with gift in...

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Categories: christmas, death, friendship, sad,

brrEXIT
brrEXIT
by Michael R. Burch

what would u give
to simply not exist—
for a painless exit?
he asked himself, uncertain.

then from behind
the hospital room curtain
a patient screamed—
"my life!"

Originally published...

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Categories: cancer, caregiving, death, health,

Premium Member Protecting the Small
Protecting the Small

How do people in power rise, 
when all they are talking about, 
is against everything that can be 
remembered…
taught in school? 

How can...

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

Premium Member Two Worlds
Two Worlds

He sits in a room, 
with a TV and crayons. 
She sits in a room, 
with tech and friends. 

He is not unhappy. 
She...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, anti bullying, anxiety, appreciation,



Under My Skin
POEM " UNDER MY SKIN " by martin gedge

I can feel you breathing deep beneath my skin
tugging at the fabric of the shell that keeps...

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Categories: death, care, conflict, courage, emotions,

Premium Member The Map
The Map

In life we choose the direction of our feet, 
often by the way those around us expect us to go. 
Shockingly, striking out on...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 12th grade, death of

In This Ordinary Swoon
In this ordinary swoon
as I pass from life to death,
I feel no heat from the cold, pale moon;
I feel no sympathy for breath.
	
Who I am...

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Categories: death, life,

Life is a tragedy
I am not a pessimist
However I must let you know:
Every life dies, and 
Once dead cannot be immortal

Body separates from soul
And soul flees to heaven...

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Categories: caregiving, death, future, heaven,

If I'm to
If I'm to die 
I will die in the hands of death
Buried in the stomach of sands 
I will fight war as plants 
Who strive...

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Categories: death, 1st grade, 8th grade,

Premium Member Al'z hammered but game
Al’z hammered but game

That life-is-death syncopation thang
     is how the master described old age
And there was nothing to be done 
...

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Categories: death, bereavement, longing, sympathy,

Farewell My Little Princess
Baby girl, daddy has lost his words
Daddy's mind is travelling out of this world
Daddy's trying hard to stay in control
Daddy can't seem to do his...

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Categories: daughter, death, farewell, god,

A SOUL IN FLIGHT
A SOUL IN FLIGHT....EULOGY

A book of earthly life has reached it's age,
with having shared many a page.
Thoughts and memories will never part,
Your history will remain...

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Categories: bereavement, blessing, care, death,

Premium Member echoes of death flow
I heard the squelch of death again,
too much depth to pick up my pen-
heard voices not meant not be heard,
listened to your every last word;
I...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death of a friend,

Beyond the mourning of bereavement
(dashed off upon learning untimely demise 
regarding prosperous family, whose small 
plane crashed. about half dozen years ago, 
they lived ~ three doors down from...

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Categories: death, 11th grade, 12th grade,

The streets
Is he invisible to the naked eye,

Can’t she be seen by the passers-by,

The track marks on her body,

Follow them they tell a story,

Full of heartache...

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© Sarah Cope  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: community, death, drink, drug,

Premium Member WEPT
The baby boy cried...

His tears were taken...

Kept away... 

For safe keeping.


When his friend died...

His eyes stayed dry...

When his lover left...

No tears he had wept.


He searched...

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Categories: death, devotion, emotions, sympathy,

Angel Returned to Heaven
An angel returned to heaven today
deployed to erase gluttonous hate
from envy's grasp love is pulled away

To bring order to disarray
supplying hope while replacing sloth 
An...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, death, death

Premium Member Butterfly Free to Fly
Butterfly Free to Fly.

With all the love

From the depths of my heart

Body spirit and soul

I send to thee

My warmest best wishes

My thoughts empathy

And sympathy

The flower...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, bereavement, butterfly, death,

Premium Member Forged by Fire
We sat at the end of the bed,
Together we held hands, 
and our breath too.
We waited,
for the news to repeat.
There was nowhere to go.
Just,
a blank...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, death, faith, scary,