Baby Grave Poems

These Baby Grave poems are examples of Grave poems about Baby. These are the best examples of Grave Baby poems written by international poets.


a stray tear doth adieu occasionally shed by matthew harris
toward thee spunky gal, 
     whose impregnation and debut appearance 
     way to brief a tale for...

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Categories: grave, 10th grade, 11th grade,

No Teeth by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
What are these
small, toothless skulls?
I asked naively;
What are they? What?
They are the skulls
of babes taken from their cradles
abandoned to die and rot.






"No Teeth" first appeared...

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Categories: baby, death, grave, horror,



Premium MemberMy Aborted Baby by Victor Buhagiar
(from a father's point of view)

Crepuscular rays filtered through the trees:
Tall black cypresses around a dark shrine,
Evening grim bells toll as I feel the freeze,
Conscious...

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Categories: abortion, father, grave,

Peril Us Aye Grant To Be Hurried Lee Read by matthew harris
Armageddon wold be an amazing boon
to accompany ourselves amidst others in rubble strewn cocoon 
or perchance an arid extra dry spell blows humungous dune
donning any...

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Categories: allusion, angst, conflict, grave,

Premium MemberHEARTBROKEN CHILD CRIES by JAN ALLISON
FICTIONAL EMOTIVE WRITE

Since I was a tiny baby I was brought up by my grandparents and had a very happy childhood. I knew that they...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, heartbreak,

Grey Skies by Christian Fuller
You'll see that in time
When the skies fade to gray 
I'll be seeing you 
When you squirm away 
But baby 
You'll be writhing back one...

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Categories: grave, america, anxiety, baby, depression,

Premium MemberMystery of the Purvis Babies by Betty Butler
Here lie the Purvis babies.
Seven of them, now no more.
Short lived, one only two days old.
One lived to the age of four.

Four baby girls and...

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Categories: baby, death, grave, mystery,

Premium MemberThe Fatality by arthur vaso
Before birth
I was the universe
All knowing, all embracing
Molecules of beauty in floating meditations
I was everywhere 

Then............
The darkness.........
The womb.......
I begot limbs and flesh
Imprisoned inside this human...

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Categories: beauty, grave, life, urdu,

Easy Today by Lesa Donaghy
Is it easy to say that today
I make way
For what lies ahead
Not looking back 
No regrets, and with that said
I open myself to a new...

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Categories: birth, dedication, grave, mother

please don't dig my grave so early by MICHAEL EDISON
I'm so bound and tied to your love, 
let me not die early 
Please don't dig my grave early…
 because with love I can't see...

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Categories: grave, baby, best friend, betrayal,

The Future Starts Here by Blake Holland
The innocence is transfusing
and overturning 
the goat skin drums
children of the mills,
children of the junkyard,
alone, 
and savaging
and we keep filling them with
mercury, nitrate, espestice, baby...

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Categories: grave, addiction, adventure, allusion, anger,

The silent grave by oluwatomiwo Akinyemi
I am treated as though am a puppet
Controlled and programmed
To only do the mistresses bidding

My personality sent into obscurity
Like a tattered note devoid of rhythm
Always...

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Categories: grave, depression, feelings, hurt, identity,

Standing by the angel's grave by Davina Browne
when you stand by your baby's grave and the breeze flows through your hair,
that’s your angel playing with other kids that are there, 
she whispers...

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Categories: grave, angel, baby, bereavement, death,

Mandela's grave by Daniel Human
Remember ninety-five
When we felt free
We felt alive
We hugged and kissed
Rejoiced in freedom
Rejoiced and sung
Songs of freedom

Mandela walked 
As skeptics talked
But he walked on high
And touched...

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Categories: grave, africa, angst, lost love,

sun on brick by Michael Miers
line against the wall
fat birds too wrung out to drive
later, rooms' sweet ease...

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Categories: grave, allegory, arabic, baby, bereavement,

HAIKU 35 by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY
1#
Brewed tea
Wife and myself
Nothing between us
2#
He was metamorphosed 
Into a frog
When his wife had left him
3#
I needed
A lonely woman
Thousand years back
4#
She shivered
In yellow sun
Struck by...

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Categories: god, grave, water, wedding,

Premium MemberAn Amulet of Peace by Robert Candler
An amulet of peace hung ‘round my neck,
An AR16 rifle in my hands….
Seemed like such a paradox,
In the paddies and jungles of Vietnam.

An amulet of...

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Categories: grave, adventure, america, angst, change,

I didn't get to by Karah Jowders
I didn't get to see your sweet face
I didn't get to feel your embrace
I didn't get to hear your cry
I didn't get to say goodbye

I...

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Categories: grave, baby, child, creation, cry,

My Little Boy Lost by Katee Surface
My Little Boy Lost
by Katherine Huffman
Hello? My son, are you here?
I can't see you, I can't find you, why aren't you near?

As I walk the...

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Categories: grave, absence, baby, bereavement, children,

When Love Knocks by Sami LaRose
When I put my front down
And close my eyes
I realize how much the pain hurts
And that love never dies
When I put my front down
Tears start...

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Categories: grave, loss, love, moving