Dad Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberAmerica: We Have A Problem by Madison Demetros
(In response to the School Shootings Occurring.) 

America, why have you forsaken the young, the nimble minds of children? 

America, do you even recall the...

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Categories: fear, grave, grief, hate,

The Man Of Men by Jacob Millar
John Sullivan, a man among men
Digging digging, deep as can't show
Laying the dirt, for him for his home
The king's castle, for stature of stone

Caterpillars, creeping...

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Categories: grave, analogy, butterfly, confidence, dad,



Roundup Time At The FAKE Not Okay Corral by matthew harris
(alternately titled: ah me go march'n home on derange)

I'll play the devil's advocate, yet
prepare a stance with pitchfork
     against misinterpreted faux...

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

Premium MemberLong distant phone call by doug pederson
Been waiting for fifteen minutes to connect my call
Not sure if the location code is known. 
Keep getting invalid number please try again 
What’s up...

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Categories: grave, missing you, parents,

Premium MemberDad's grave by Lewis Raynes
We made the base for the grave out the farm, 
Where our dad can now rest his head
Forever more, in his favourite spot, 
The place...

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Categories: grave, beautiful, death, father, love,

no title by D William L
In fruitless tradition, 
to kneel at the redingote of memory, 
in this garden of loss and souls, 
an insoluble desire to court heartache. 
To renew...

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Categories: grave, dad, death, farewell, father,

Some Graves by Wade Greenlee
Some graves are places of wonder
Tended lovingly with utmost care
Listen closely to the whispers
Of hopes and dreams they share

A teddy bear to snuggle
Playing catch with...

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Categories: absence, grave, longing, sorrow,

An immortal legacy by Sushma A. Singh
An immortal legacy
None is immortal all destined to die
the humble mason or the wisest king
be it those winged creatures that soar humming
one day all will...

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Categories: grave, remembrance day,

An immortal legacy by Sushma A. Singh
An immortal legacy
None is immortal all destined to die
the humble mason or the wisest king
be it those winged creatures that soar humming
one day all will...

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Categories: grave, remembrance day,

Premium MemberAs He Paid Tribute To All She Ever Gave by Robert Lindley
As He Paid Tribute To All She Ever Gave

He stood at his mother's new grave again
remembering her face, how she loved rain.
How she loved rain,...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, death, grave,

Premium MemberCemetery With Many Vines by James Horn
Cemetery With Many Vines

Was an old cemetery with many vines
Viewed some in shapes of valentines
Fences and tombstones ran around
Which had laid lightly in the ground.

Trees...

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Categories: allegory, grave, happiness,

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,

I Went To The Cemetery by randy johnson
I went to the cemetery to visit Mom and Dad.
Seeing their headstone made me feel sad.
This was the first time I've been to the cemetery...

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Categories: death, family, father, grave,

Premium MemberThe Hidden Stone by Sandra Haight
Mossy vines served as camouflage for 
a decaying headstone buried there below.  
The hidden stone that peeked from earthen floor
soon held my eye with...

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Categories: grave, mystery, tribute,

Story of my Death by APOORVA RAI
I found that i exist the day
When my mom called dad n smiled in a beautiful way ?
I was feeling like a precious pearl.. 
When...

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Categories: grave, for her, future, gender,

Premium MemberON GRAVEYARDS DAMP by nette onclaud


 Across the knoll where fading starlight hangs
On graveyards damp, laying on pleated  moss
While row of angels bears the gusty winds;
As evening spreads its...

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Categories: grave, how i feel,

Trilogy for My Father by Mary Oliver Rotman
IMPRINTS
(Part 1 of Trilogy for My Father)

His shoes by the front door make me cry,
like his glasses resting atop an
unfinished crossword
and his toothbrush in its...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, grief,

In The Corner by Michelle Born


I go to the wall and I see your name

As I crouch in the corner I know there is no one to blame,

This is life...

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Categories: grave, dad, death, dream, father,

Premium MemberIn Dunkersfield Lies A Neglected Grave by Robert Lindley
In Dunkersfield Lies A Neglected Grave



In Dunkersfield lies a neglected grave
 last vestige of a precious life gave
No massive stone to mark the resting spot
of...

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Categories: grave, conflict, courage, death, giving,

DEATH by hudhaifah siyad
I could see a face, 
In tears, at my agony phase, 
Mum, was that you there,
Together with them, my death to declare? 

I could die...

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Categories: cry, dark, grave, sad,