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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.


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,

The heaven I hate by Isor Chand
When I cannot smell my foul sweat,
What shall I do with smell so sweet?
I had bent too much to be right
And I want it still...

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Categories: family, child abuse, culture, death,

Premium MemberI'm So Lazy and Sometimes Crazy by Laura Loo
I have always been so hopelessly lazy.
            Stoic and aloof, sometimes psychotic. 
I can...

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Categories: death, dog, family, love,

Premium MemberNEVER FAR FROM HOME by Vickie Thayer
You Shall Find...

My Spirit...

Flying On...

The Wings Of...

A Beautiful Dove...

It Has Found Me...

In This Life...

Many Times...

I Shall...

Ride With Him...

Alone...

But Loved...

My Spirit...

Climbs With Him...

Towards The Heavens...

Beyond...

Earth's Clouds...

Moon...

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Categories: death, family, goodbye, grandfather,

A Little Birdie by Daniel Handschuh
Take a drive along a lonely road,
A dull highway with only the husks
Of cars and rotting flesh inside.
If you can find a certain groove
In the...

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Categories: angst, betrayal, death, family,

Premium MemberWhat Matters, Should One See Past That Last Mile by Robert Lindley
What Matters, Should One See Past That Last Mile

What matters, diamonds , silver or gold
when one is getting slow and too damn old.
What matters, if...

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Categories: death, deep, family, life,

I Will Remember You by R. e. taylor
I Will Remember You
R.e. Taylor

I do not know if I am going to die
And I don’t know the date and time
I do not care where...

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Categories: family, angst, death, sad, sorrow,

Stolen by Michelle Hewett
You were stolen far too soon, passed away alone in your room. 
I was too far away to be there in time and for this...

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Categories: death, family, goodbye, miss

Carl Ray by Jimmy Coker
He sat in an old wooden porch swing,
Elbows on knees; Salem Menthol burning down.
Thinking, smoking, Salems his favorite thing.
Fingers colored over time a deep tar...

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Categories: dad, depression, devotion, family,

My loving future hubby by Aliza Kashmala Kiran
O my lifelong companion... O my beloved life partner...
(Poem):
All my mornings,
Halts in your embrace,
All my evenings,
Are drooping in your company.

Don’t doubt even slightest on me,
My...

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Categories: children, family, future, husband,

Happy Birthday, Mom - Part VI by randy johnson
Many people know how important you were to me.
If you hadn't died, today you would've turned seventy.
You were a kind woman who loved to give.
I...

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Categories: birthday, dedication, family, mom,

Premium MemberLEGACY by Line Gauthier


legacy
a race to leave something
behind



posted on August 2, 2018...

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Categories: creation, death, destiny, family,

Good morning prayer by Bobb Marly

28 July 2018 8:44 AM

Good morning my family and friends
I'm sending you greetings again

I'm sending out prayers
To our Father who cares

To watch over and guide...

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Categories: family, life,

Two sides of death by Alexander Seal
Death was dreaded. 
Rehearsed. 
Experienced. 
Dreaded more. 

Being told, 
Silence. 
Empty. 
Frozen. 

Death. 
The day arrived. 
Surreal. 
Nothing. 

The bond was broken, 
The memories ended,...

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Categories: care, death, eulogy, family,

The Cowboy by roger turner
The Cowboy
A hundred thousand miles
were written on his face
He'd earned near every wrinkle
Did this cowboy known as "Jace"
He'd ridden cross the country
From Death Valley up...

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Categories: family, america,

My Inimitable Brother -a Tribute by Martin Pretorius
He was light of Complexion
But that was only a Reflection
Laughingly he was not a complex Man
That was the fast race he Ran
On his feet he...

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Categories: family, bereavement, brother, death, eulogy,

ON VIEWING THE CORPSE OF MY MOTHER-IN-LAW by L. J. Carber
[Please note, while this poem may seem harsh, my mother-in-law did much good in her long life, more than I expect I have. It was...

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Categories: family, age, angst, bereavement, death,

Prepare the Guillotine by Crow thepoet
So it's become aware
Another ounce of revolution to dare
A dream rather a statement once declared
False, now a lie
Hardly a surprise
Feels like that is my lot...

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Categories: family, feelings, life, youth,