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Rhyme Epitaph Poems

These Rhyme Epitaph poems are examples of Epitaph poems about Rhyme. These are the best examples of Epitaph Rhyme poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Epitaph for a Country
     JFK, he was shot dead
     sixty years ago today


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Categories: epitaph, america, death, history, lost,

My Epitaph Writ Large
My epitaph writ large...
courtesy third person singular.

Mise en scène pour décès
pardon his feeble attempt at French,
a unilingual English language
quibbling, and scribbling mensch
strongly advises applying
left handed...

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Categories: epitaph, absence, adventure, bereavement, blessing,

Each An Epitaph
I want to run from the grief,
from the crippling and the tears.
But that dread is a secret thief -
out to steal away the memories, the...

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Categories: epitaph, death, death of a

Evening shades are deepening
Peaceful hues and tones
In the darkness creeping
There’s a silence in the stones
Anonymous lies sleeping
Psalms praising the unknown
Heaven holds thee in its keeping

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Categories: epitaph, death, eulogy, grave,

sagger maker’s bottom knocker from barnsley
one of the last of a now dead trade
famed for his skill and precision
where ever saggers had been made
forced to...

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Categories: epitaph, dedication, eulogy, humor, obituary,

sagger maker’s bottom knocker from barnsley
one of the last of a now dead trade
famed for his skill and precision
where ever saggers were made
forced to redundancies...

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Categories: epitaph, death, eulogy, humor, memorial,

Premium Member You Won'T See This On An Epitaph
Mine was a life well-lived
          You all did agree


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Categories: epitaph, confidence, eulogy,

Epitaph For the Test Dogs
Epitaph for the Test Dogs

What you did for us, not many know,
because you did it so long ago.
Victoria’s reign to flapper days,
you lived in labs...

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Categories: epitaph, dog, health,

Rip Stephan Sondheim
If I cannot fly, let me sing
he who wrote almighty music 
writes now in a place of nothing 
or somewhere else the theater picks 


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Categories: epitaph, art, celebration, culture, death,

Premium Member My Epitaph
Below the vault of this cerulean sky

In this solitary grave, let me lie

In joy I lived and in joy I die

And wish to see no...

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Categories: epitaph, death, emotions, funeral, how

Premium Member Sublime Sondheim
A theatre legend - Mr Stephen Sondheim
an icon of Broadway, ahead of his time
smart lyrics, lush music, bold rhythms and rhyme
the curtain has fallen on...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, music,

Premium Member A King
A beloved king~Prince Philip,                     ...

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Categories: death, life, love,

Premium Member Conform To the Norm
My Baby:
Don't be too quiet, yet don't be too shrill,
Don't be too restless, but neither too still,
Please grow up hardy, yet soft to the touch,

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Categories: epitaph, baby, child, dad, death,

Premium Member The Future
I do not wish to speak out as a knave,
But the future I view is meant for a slave.
For most it will be bleak though...

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Categories: epitaph, freedom, future, grave, slavery,

Premium Member Great Uncle Albert An Epitaph
Lost in France,
    'neath a simple cross,
Just name,nationality and rank;
Giving of life,was his loss.

At home,
A breaking,aching heart;
A sweetheart's pain;
Her emptiness...

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Categories: epitaph, tribute, war,