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Death Family Poems

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


Premium MemberTo Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief by Robert Lindley
To Those That Have Walked Dark Halls Of Deepest Grief

Truth of deep grief and its healing powers;
Are not in the anguish pains that invade,
With the...

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Categories: death, deep, family, feelings,

Searching for Home by Damian Keady
Searching for Home

North, East, South or West
Where do I search for the best

Lat or Long, up or down
Postcode, County or just a Town

City or Village,...

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Categories: family,



Premium MemberUncle Aaron's Passing by ilene bauer
My father's older brother
Passed away at 95.
That's 40 more years than
His younger sibling was alive.

My father never lived to meet
His grandkids or to know
The joy...

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Categories: death, family,

Premium MemberMy Life In Footles by Mark Toney
Mom's joy
Dad's boy!

I learn,
discern

God's Word
I heard

God's Will
instill

Result-
adult

Most good
I should

My call
help all

Some bad
some sad

My wife
great life

Our sons
blessed ones

Good friends
lives end

Grow old
be bold

Dear ones
death comes

Lord's call
stand tall...

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Categories: birth, children, death, family,

If I Can Redo The Last Moments With You by Karamel Princess
Alone in my room, with the lights dimmed low, I put my pen to the paper and then I begin
Visions of chaos, I see. Screaming,...

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Categories: abuse, death, family,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part II by David Welch
...He turned back to see all four of his gang
staring at him, in anger and shock.
“That boy was worth thousands,”seethed out mad Bret,
his hand shifting...

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Categories: family, change, conflict, courage, death,

Chester Miller's Final Fight, Part I by David Welch
In the desert waste Chester Miller looked out,
saw the rest of the gang riding back slow,
fresh from the bank job in Copperstone Creek,
a place that...

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Categories: family, change, conflict, courage, death,

Words to the Olympian by Chisala Kataya
XV.X.MMVll - Words to the Olympian

I've rode horses all my life.
The metaphor being,
my life's always been an uncomfortable unsmooth ride.
I'd watched my mom her entire...

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Categories: family, beautiful, bereavement, death, deep,

A Poem For Grandma by Nick Trim
Today the angels called your name,
they called to you, and took all your pain,
leaving you with only peace,
tonight you sleep where the angels breathe....

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Categories: death, family, sad,

Pollie by Jimmy Coker
Pollie 

Genealogy is sociology and science.
The long dead hide away in silence.
Searching long hours to find a person 
who is found in a moment so...

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Categories: family,

RIP Grandmother by Matt Forshay
She looks so frail and fragile.
Really she’s barely alive.
Ninety six years old and she still gives death a battle.
It makes me admire her never ending...

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Categories: anxiety, death, deep, family,

Imagine by Emmiasky Ojex
IMAGINE

Imagine a world for no and everyone
Where we all are here to be as one and to save the world
Where we have no differences at...

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Categories: discrimination, family, humanity, imagination,

Premium MemberCROSSING by Line Gauthier


crossing over -
the pull of loved ones
gone before us



posted on September 29, 2018...

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Categories: death, family, life, spiritual,

Forgetting Where You Came From, Part II by David Welch
...“While I march for justice in our neighborhood,
you were out here running ’round in the woods.
While I protested to bring about change,
you sold out to...

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Categories: brother, change, family, growing

That fateful day by Tigerlily Swanson
the back story of this poem, this poem is about my uncle who passed before i got to meet him. he was my dads only...

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Categories: addiction, death, drug, family,

13 years ago by Sheree Keeley
Hi bro how are you going it’s been so long you know , it’s already been 13 years since the morning you had to go....

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Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, family,

Organ Grinder by Brianna Hobson
It really hurt me when you
said I didn't matter
Threw me on the bed
watched organs spray and splatter

You offered me up to him
on a silver platter
Filled...

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Categories: family, abuse, body, gothic, horror,

A Key For The Maiden by Richard Evans
she enters the room gracefully
belying the heartache inside
her tale of loss floats through the air
like a wind blown kite
a mother child and death 
reduced to...

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Categories: family, death,

A twin we will never be by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
A twin we will never be.
I am who I am.
You are who you are.
 
We never grew up the same.
And I am glad we didn't.

No...

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Categories: family,

Shiver by Brianna Hobson
We're too different says the wall paint
The only thing the 
same is our last name

Reach down with your giraffe neck 
to rescue me
Lucky you you...

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Categories: childhood, family, father, house,