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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 Member LIFE
Life with it's ups and down's
I love you day and night
Family and friends make
Every moment extra special...

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Categories: day, family, friend, love,

The Great 8
We started as 8 with the unique zest of life in our own way, but it was not to be for eternity for the first...

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Categories: bereavement, death, emotions, family,

Premium Member Yesterday
By Poet  "I do not know where the time goes. It just goes running away."

Yesterday when
Everyone was kind
Smiles were on all
The faces both young and...

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Categories: family, books, day, happy, joy,

Premium Member That Was Then, This Is Now
I love hearing stories,
stories from my grandparents.
They love to tell stories,
stories from many years ago.
Grandma tells about bread,
when black showed up they would cut if off.

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Categories: family, blue, child, food, grandparents,

Valentine's Day 2015
Valentine’s Day 2015
An odd way to spend it,
At Hospice watching Nana sleep,
This room becoming our world
On a rotating basis.
Right now there’s me
And Nana and IT

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Categories: caregiving, death, family, metaphor,

Premium Member Her Wedding Day
Based upon an entry in the mid-19th Century autobiography of Presbyterian Theodore Clapp, who lived for several decades in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Of the many young...

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Categories: death, family, grief, heartbreak,

Deathbed Prayer
Deathbed Prayer

I asked my pastor to pray
At the deathbed of my uncle
With my aunt and me
He shuffled his feet and
Looked away in an awkward
And most...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, prayer,

Premium Member A time to reflect - Is The True Writer Gone
"A Writer must Feel The Words So The Reader Can Feel The Words. By Poet"

Have you heard about this new thing,
this new thing called AI.

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Categories: family, friend, poetry, poets, writing,

Milkweed and Hydrangeas
The garden you planted is regrowing,
Just like you said it would—
But the desolate husks of last summer’s foliage 
Still stand stark;
Everlasting monuments
Of what once was.


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© E. E. Behm  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, depression, emotions, family,

My Name
My name was picked by my mother
Shared with brother, changed by grandmother, leaving me to uncover the truth from another
Not her so I suffered 

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Categories: appreciation, family,

Premium Member I Saw God But Now What
Did you ever look up to the big bright blue sky,
I did and I saw the blue eyes of God.
I know He is watching over...

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Categories: family, blue, joy, rain, sky,

Premium Member A Century Turns: Soviet Union's Life Expectancy: I
Chapter 1: The End of the Eastern Gilded Age

'Twas thrice yon 'ere time clichés galore, albeit, one two many times, that fairy tale's opening wouldst...

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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, appreciation, death, family,

William O'Rourke
A patriarch falls
Clear summer morning fog stings
Family silent

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Categories: death, family, father, i

Premium Member Write
Quote By Poet "A pen must write because they love to write." 

My imagination and creativity,
is spewing ink all over the desk.
Here I sit waiting...

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Categories: family, imagination, words, write, writing,

Premium Member The Odd Sock
Grandma knitted me and my brother,
he is blue and I am pink.
We fit snug in Sally's shoes, 
off to school or to play we go.

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Categories: family, brother, giggle, girl, grandmother,

Book: Reflection on the Important Things