Holiday Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberTHE GRAVE DIGGERS by cherl dunn

Beneath the full moon's illumination, two darkly dressed
Figures are quietly digging, gentlemen collectors, of the
Cadavers of the undead, desecration's henchmen of
Greed’s loosened purse strings, murders...

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Categories: grave, adventure, conflict, dark, evil,

Premium MemberTHE VALVET WITCH by cherl dunn

In the elliptical nights moonshine of night, a figure of lavender
And aged white lace, roams amongst the rocky sea shore, a 
Glittering phantom of beauty...

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Categories: adventure, beauty, grave, halloween,



On Halloween Night by Brenda Meier-Hans
From depths of Hell I hear them cry
And close my eyes as they float by.
They chill my bones I don’t know why
And think it’s now...

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Categories: grave, halloween, holiday, horror,

Last Kiss by Courtney Courtney
Open your eyes to the ever turning skies 
I want to here with me through the night 
My heart yearns into your soul 
Burning as...

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Categories: grave, beauty, character, death, death

Premium MemberTHE HAUNTING by cherl dunn
Entombed behind isolation walled
 Prison,
A haunting malice trapped me within.
Crouching beneath shadows shroud,
 Leering eyes pierce.
Through darkness’s pitch black,
 Covenant.
Pacing beast intercepting motions,
 Movements, mocking...

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Categories: grave, dark, death, evil, fear,

One Halloween Night by Yolaine Armitage
 "One Halloween Night"  

There's a old woman who comes out at night
A gray hair, black robe and a white rope too,
Just don't look...

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Categories: grave, fear, holiday, mystery, halloween,

Embers Red with Yellow Fear by Doris Culverhouse
Firelight ghost stories entertain the dark starless evening. Young eyes plead, tell me a ghost story please!

On a dark moonless, starless night much darker than...

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Categories: grave, adventure, holiday, mystery, old,