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Death Farewell Poems

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

Death Prepper
Wake up
	Make breakfast
	Eat breakfast
	Make Lunch
Go to Work
Eat Lunch
Come Home
Go to sleep

What else is there to do 
	But to prepare
To leave all of this 
One day...

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© John Floyd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark, death, depression, farewell,

On the Death of someone I hardly Knew
You must have gone through hell,
The pain you suffered.
Yet you kept your sense of humour,
And still felt concern for others
Not half as ill as you.

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Categories: august, death, farewell, grief,

Beyond this life, beyond this breath,
There lies a realm, beyond our death.
A place of peace, a place of rest,
Where souls transcend, and troubles are left.


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Categories: beauty, confusion, death, farewell,

Premium Member Breathing
He takes another labored, raspy breath;
there’s spittle in the corner of his mouth.
The veil between this life and certain death
is stretched transparent like a piece...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farewell, journey,

Memory Lane
Listening to her talk about past times was thrilling. Going down memory lane wasn't what she liked. Embarking on yesterday’s plane wasn’t her kind of...

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Categories: death, family, farewell, grandmother,

Premium Member Cosmic refuse

Quantum soup frenzy 
so many minutes to live
our last pint of life....

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Categories: farewell, bereavement, dance, death, eulogy,

Premium Member Please don't bury me
Please don't bury me
By Michelle Morris

Please don't bury me under that apple tree
So beautiful and abundant
It needs space for life to experience
Its shade and soft...

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Categories: death, farewell, funeral, in

Premium Member - Funeral -
                   ~ some people find life unmerciful...

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Categories: dark, death, fantasy, farewell,

Premium Member Death
Death always comes ~ sometimes quickly, some times slowly  

Date Written:2/7/2023  


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Categories: cry, emotions, farewell, hurt,


You don’t realize
How much I hate your guts
Clutch a glass so tight
I don’t see the blood 
Leaking from the shards
That’ve dug deep into my skin.


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© Megan Ryan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: farewell, anger, dad, dark, death,

Premium Member A Young Life Taken
~In Honour of……

~Stella Berry a 16year old girl who passed away from a shark attack on ~Saturday 4th of February 2023 in the Swan River...

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© Deb M   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death, farewell, fear, sad,


 I'll not say goodbye but goodnight, sleep peacefully in his arms cuddled close to his heavenly bosom.

 Till we meet again and sit by...

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Categories: farewell, bereavement, death of a

Premium Member Pseudocide
Perennial plants do it.
Possums we presume.
Those who pretend to die,
But found alive,not tombed.

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Categories: bereavement, confusion, death, farewell,

Premium Member I Purge to Leave: For Milton
I Purge to Leave: For Milton

Fill not the heart with this pain of sorrow,
And remember this in your wakening tomorrow.
Remember the joys, the laughter, and...

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Categories: farewell, death of a friend,

Church Bells Toll
Time for a sermon and a goodbye
It’s a solemn day 
One to ponder upon
On the meaning life brings

To our doorstep is pain and suffering
Some joys...

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Categories: death, emotions, farewell, friend,