Daughter Grave Poems

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


HOMICIDE by Morris Murenzi

				HOMICIDE
					I shot him,
Blood allover the walls,
Night ain't real,
Scavengers poking his body,
Children screaming and panting, 
Am numb,speechless and arrogant.

Silence is the environment, 
Dark is the light,...

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Categories: character, community, confusion, grave,

Premium MemberHER GRAVE CONSEQUENCES by Vickie Thayer
I Was Born Into Darkness, 
      Swaddled In Shame, 
Nourished On Negativity, 
      With Regrets,...

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Categories: abuse, death, grave, heartbreak,



Come with me by Danny Mcsweeney
Come with me, maybe you will see
Go away and stay burrowed in your own pain
Listen to my words, maybe ive got something.to.say
Barrowed time, spend all.of...

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Categories: dream, father daughter, grave,

Oh beautiful lady-daughter of the earth- by Gordon wickstrom
Oh beautiful lady-daughter of the earth-
help me in my solitary hour
with your warm love and  
sense of compassion.

A time dark as a river-
a wound...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, depression, grave,

Premium MemberMissing Mom by Susan Gentry
Flowers placed on grave

showing attempts to connect

lost without my mom


Written 2015
Placed 10th in SKAT Flower Contest Theme sponsored by SKAT A...

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Categories: flower, grave, grief, i

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,

There Will Be No Flowers Today Part 3 of Trilogy by Mary Oliver Rotman
(Part 3 of  Trilogy for My Father)

I took my children to the cemetery, a rare visit,
But they did not understand
---could not understand---
the reality
the finality...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, childhood, children, death,

Nayla's Pain by JoanMarie Peranteau
sun shines bleak, cold winds whip
death's sting floods her tender eyes
daddy is laid to rest...

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Categories: grave, child, death, father daughter,

A Walk Among the Tombstones by VALERIE THE HEAVY HEARTED POET
*Walking among the tombstones
*Conversing with the dead
*Alone, crying at a grave
*A woman on her knees, bowed was her head

*Her hair was dark
*Her eyes were too
*I...

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Categories: dark, death, eulogy, grave,

Steel Bars by Inner Whispers
Tried to trace this man, 
studied the case and had my plan, 
a soul is whispering from somewhere
asking for help, I said, back off !!!

But...

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Categories: grave, abuse, addiction, bullying, father

My Chick by Alexandra Romanyshyn
You’re skin and bones, chick.
Compassion commands me stop, 
stare, on my path, where you sleep.
I see dryness, hear stillness, feel silence.

You’re skin and bones, chick.
Were...

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Categories: analogy, bird, body, grave,

From the cradle to the grave by Huberta van Akkeren
I wish to leave a legacy, 
A memory of me
I wish to leave a legacy,
Something my mother left for me

Death took my mother when I...

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Categories: grave, children, family, grandmother, identity,

Abuse by Crystal Stewart
This is a poem about child abuse so if your against it please vote and comment thanks you and hope you like it.


Oh no daddy's...

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Categories: grave, abuse, child, cry, deep,

The Babaji Wheelbarrow by James Clark
It was a dry, dusty day when I saw the wheelbarrow, with long handles made of dark wood. 
The wheel is struggling as it carries...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, children, conflict, dad,

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,

I Hate You Cancer by Sabrina Niday Hansel
Dedicated to my Dad who lost his short battle w/ Colon Cancer on June 18,2013

I hate you Cancer
Your vile evil and cruel
You don't care who...

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Categories: grave, anger, angst, betrayal, cancer,

Hell To The Grave Part 2 by Zach Nathan
A knife digs into my leg.
 I look down and see my leg turning the same colour as the other’s skin.
Rotting, putrid flesh, spreading its...

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Categories: grave, daughter, death, father, life,

Hell To The Grave Part 1 by Zach Nathan
Hell freezes over. Fire into ice. 
Ice…but without the chill, the cold.
I try to rethink how this happened. 
How a world so green, so vibrant,...

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Categories: grave, adventure, daughter, death, father,

Premium MemberNun In Friar Small-Bro's Grave---Yard Part 2 by Terry O'Leary
Continuation

With ghouls, unlearned, no stone’s unturned
to burnish blame with Nun’s proud name
       and leave the midnight sky... scarred.
They raise their hats to copy cats
       in...

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Categories: grave, daughter, fantasy, mother, sister,

Premium MemberNun In Friar Small-Bro's Grave---Yard Part 1 by Terry O'Leary
The midnight clings to dwarfish kings 
while robot drones, adorning thrones,
       kneel, bowing to the Old...Guard.
Arrhythmic clocks and wooden box
       grace FRiar Small-Bro’s grave...yard.	

The diplohacks,...

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Categories: grave, daughter, fantasy, mother, sister,