Brother Grave Poems

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


My Brother by Anisha Dutta

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Categories: brother, death, grave, grief,

Premium MemberSadness-'In Barren Fields' by Winged Warrior
In Barren Fields

I jaggedly walk in barren fields
Where my brother waits for me
And angels descend with their shields
To protect his soul thru eternity

I gather strength...

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Categories: grave, death of a friend,



Brother and Sister by Tracey Pollack
A mother and father that we share
Doesn't mean you had to care
Being blood is what I thought mattered
But losing mom and dad made our family...

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Categories: grave, brother, family, feelings, goodbye,

Stifled Cries by Analise Stoddart
Stifled cries
No concern for the black man until the black man dies
Images of black and blue flash before my eyes
How many times?
Unprotected our men go...

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Categories: grave, black african american, death,

MEN WITH THE SAME NAME by Rainbow Promise

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Categories: grave, absence, brother, death, father,

Premium MemberDrenched in Red by Cona Adams
Drenched in Red, with St. Valentine

Straight-up the arrows,
hard-pressed the doors
to all the rooms
in all the houses
on Clark Street.

Father Coughlin brought blessings
thinned with broth
from potato peelings.

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Categories: grave, metaphor, murder,

Premium MemberTHE ANNIHILATION OF UKRAINIANS by Verlena S. Walker
THE ANNIHILATION OF UKRAINIANS
Kyrie was struggling to overcome barriers of demarcation.
“Holodomor” she was facing.
This artificial famine was brutally taking Ukrainians lives.
In nineteen hundred and twenty-nine,...

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Categories: children, grave, men, sad,

COLLEVILLE SUR MER by Sidney Beck
COLLEVILLE  SUR  MER

In uneasy rest
He faces west.
They all face west to America  -
So far away from this beach,
So very far out of...

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Categories: america, grave, soldier,

From Cradle To Grave by peter walsh
At Gabriels feet, weighted down by the wages of sin
As the last angel falls, the fight for mankind will begin
Should we cower and kneel for...

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Categories: grave, birth, death, religion, truth,

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,

My Dad by Shanity Rain
My Dad was Chicagoan.
He would light up a room just like my Mom. 
He loved to fish ! He loved his beer .
He also designed...

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Categories: grave, addiction, anger, betrayal, birth,

Tender of Roses by Tom Valles
Beloved, lovely roses: gift of God and lover’s flower,
Spread your colored petals and cradle tender showers.
While admiring the blossoms with their beauty to behold,
Ought we...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, bible, brother, celebration,

Where is Linda by HOLLY MOORE
Her father’s grave was at the top of a hill overlooking hundreds of other plots with vases full of colorful poinsettias, white carnations, and decorations....

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Categories: grave, fear, mystery, christmas, beautiful,

Whispers through the Grave by Zach Mitchell
The stars are out
You walk to the grave
Visiting that person 
You thought you’d never see again

As you walk through the valley
You hear the screaming
That comes...

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Categories: grave, life, song-change,

Premium MemberIn Memoriam by Joyce Johnson
Another rainy Memorial weekend,
there’s no promise of the sun.
I’m sorry for the folks who’d planned
a little camping fun.

But my task will go forward
with umbrella and...

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Categories: grave, death, family, loveson, brother,

Premium MemberNearby Dale's Grave by Andrea Dietrich
Two
fawn stood
beyond Dale's
grave and fed on
fallen acorns.  A
doe, then a second deer
haltingly drew near.  One buck
hung back where grass met woods, head raised,
watching....

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Categories: grave, family, loss

Moon Walk on Your Grave by Rene' Brady
Moon Walk on Your Grave

A life begun in stardom,
now, ending up in shame.
Relentless media, cruel world,
who then is there to blame.

A sadness inside,
no tears on...

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Categories: grave, black african american, brother,

Always For Peace by Roltrot Diconline
Come,
remember with me
the day that brother fought brother,
the bodies piled high
behind the false security of the stone divisions
drawn through the heartland.
But when the fighting ceased,
all...

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Categories: grave, peace, warday, world, brother,

A Lonely Grave by Patrick Ronan
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I stood by your graveside this cold winters day.

A heart broken with sorrow that won’t go away.

I called out your name and shed many a...

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Categories: grave, brother, death, life, heart,

Heres Looking At You Kid by Katherine Stella
Dear brother you were only 22
when the good Lord came calling for you

Water had consumed your last breath
Coroners said was a flashback from heroin and...

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Categories: grave, anniversary, brother, death, family,