Home Grave Poems

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


Six Feet by Catelyn Meeker
Six Feet 

In the graveyard I do sit waiting for the rain to quit and clearing leaves off of your headstone.

O failed body, there you...

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Categories: grave, death, deep, earth, emotions,

Premium MemberBeggar's End by Lisle Ryder
From back streets, alleys and hedgerows they came,
all sorts of people with children and dogs
filling the Chapel like a hall of fame;
the smell in the...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, religious,



Premium MemberAlex Hamilton Died And Was Buried In a Grave by Marc Acrich
lex Hamilton Died And Was Buried In a Grave

Alex Hamilton died and was buried in a grave
Such a good guy I have to say
Im going...

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Categories: grave, history,

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 MemberLight On the Devil's Chord - Day 37 by Laura Breidenthal
I heard two distinct voices in the night,
Conversing amongst themselves most eagerly
They whispered like children in excitement
Their sardonic mouths sung many savvy tunes
It was Death...

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Categories: change, death, gothic, grave,

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 MemberThe dove won't rest until peace comes home by liam mcdaid
The wings beat against the cage 
in an urgent frenzy tormented never defeated 
within this half twilight zone of slow crawling time held victim 

The...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, conflict, emotions, feelings,

A soldier missing his love as he dies by Andy Izzard
Carolyn, I am in afghan and Today I stepped out for a while.. I found myself thinking about what is and what has been. You're...

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Categories: grave, anxiety, arabic, betrayal, blue,

Shallow grave by Deon Burger
I cannot, will not, do not suffer fools gladly
especially those dolts that are not capable of recognising or realising
the plummeting depths of their own unfathomable...

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Categories: grave, truth,

Valhalla's call by Serge Lyrewing
On my shield I back tonight
No one cries about this loss
We have passed the final fight
In the field a front Hell’s doors.
 
I have lost...

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Categories: grave, death, destiny, fantasy, fate,

Skeleton by Aa Harvey
Skeleton


The sands of time have fallen away;
No longer drifting through the space in-between yesterday and today.
No egg timer tomorrow can turn this fate upon its...

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Categories: dark, death, fate, grave,

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT by TSHEPO MBHELE
DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT:BY TSHEPO MBHELE

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR DEATH ANNOUNCED?
A POOL PARTY WITH A BALL THAT WAS BOUNCED
OR TO GO TO THE BAR
ON YOUR BRAND...

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Categories: grave, death, death of a

A CRYPT'S SOLILOQUY by Amar Agarwala
I voyaged to the land of dead
And was gifted lasting peace, 
Felt at home in a treasured yard
With tranquility on lease.

I now fathom life's ironies
And...

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Categories: death, grave,

Battle Axe And Her Republican Trumpeting Waze - part 1 by matthew harris
Upon bitterly cold dawning hours of one January 2000 day
the Harns family desperately sought a place to live – “hay
there” Nelson Swartley (an independent realtor)...

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Categories: evil, grave, house, life,

Little lies by Tameka Polk
Now falling in love include only me,
holding a flower in my hand you tell me,
to let it go * forever he will be mine, time,
until...

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Categories: grave, december, destiny, fairy, fantasy,

WHY HE LIED by CHICANO EDDIE
"WHY HE LIED"


there's a young kid next door.
he's the one paying the rent.
he's got a kid, a car, a female 
and a job.
he introduced himself...

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Categories: allusion, break up, grave,

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,

The Grave Yard,Part -3 by Md Shahadat Hossain
I thought she came to us from the heaven similar to the rainbow.
She always used to think something else as she lost her mother very...

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Categories: grave, death,