Introspection Grave Poems

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


Falling by Caroline Beyer
I built a velvet covered pedestal 
I stood in an ornate frame
I drew a gold crown upon my head
I didn't measure the pedestal
I forgot the...

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Categories: anxiety, depression, grave, introspection,

Premium MemberEyes of an Angel by arthur vaso
I						am
			Empty
I						was
     			Lost
I						saw an
			Angel					
I						 lay
			Weeping
I						pray	
			Inside
I						sleep
			 Forever
...

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Categories: art, death, grave, introspection,



Premium MemberI am Dead AND I am Leaving by arthur vaso
Eight hours of toiling in the sun
With pick and axe digging for rum
Captive to the sentence yet
Prisoner to none

Hard labour, and this sure ain’t fun
Sweating...

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Categories: art, day, grave, humorous,

Future tense by John Beam
The ghost of future past                    ...

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Categories: allusion, future, grave, humor,

Peril Us Aye Grant To Be Hurried Lee Read by matthew harris
Armageddon wold be an amazing boon
to accompany ourselves amidst others in rubble strewn cocoon 
or perchance an arid extra dry spell blows humungous dune
donning any...

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Categories: allusion, angst, conflict, grave,

Premium MemberFORGOTTEN OLD HEADSTONES by nette onclaud



A lattice of vines covers this resting place
Some headstones fallen, lying in the grass, 
That I drift back into hedges of   t i...

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Categories: grave, introspection,

Premium MemberThrough Their Eyes by arthur vaso
Through Their Eyes

The Poetry Murders Part 3 in the series

Murder She Wrote

It was a dark night with a full moon
The alley narrow, my hopes high
My...

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Categories: funny, grave, hilarious, history,

On The Road of The Death by Deepak Chalise
On the road of the death


On the road of the death
Flow of that preserved cycle
Sleeps in the sunny day
Feeling need to take rest for today

Establishment...

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Categories: death, fun, grave, introspection,

Premium MemberThe Butterfly Dance by arthur vaso
Dance
Between the granite stones
Of the dead
Long ago last breaths do part
Memories seeping in dirt
Black birds and magpies
Lace and knots
Lingering thoughts
Swaying too and fro
Insane

Dancing 
On top...

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Categories: beauty, funeral, gothic, grave,

Final Draft by Eugene Harvey
a lifetime remembered
unknown from the start
now and then cherished
though this flesh depart

a journey of memories
authored by mine heart
its legacy yet forgotten
never readied to impart

a wordy...

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Categories: death, grave, introspection, life,

Beneath The Grass by Carly Lalion

The solemn air of deepened peace 
Peace beneath grass where you had lain,
Lain along angels' sacred field
Field upon which dreams were embalmed.



Contest of nette onclaud:...

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Categories: grave, introspection,

Premium MemberBryant's Necropolis Conceit by Gary Bateman
Bryant’s Necropolis Conceit
 
Silent halls of death so cometh
William Cullen Bryant
Thanatopsis supremeus now
A sepulchre awaits us all.

Dour darkness and shroud forever
Thanatopsis-Phantasmus
The spirit world so beckons...

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Categories: allegory, death, grave, imagery,

Clouds by Dr. Upma A. Sharma



                  Indomitable ,
     ...

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Categories: grave, introspection,

Grave Revelations by James Holliday
The water, it takes me off of my chosen path
A place from where many men have never come back
The water, it’s rising now and I...

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Categories: grave, appreciation, happiness, introspection, recovery

Premium MemberThe Resting by Vee Bdosa
         THE RESTING
The death of soul steals slowly through the years
the fog of mind that's never known...

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Categories: grave, angst, black african american,

Will he not by Adam Lefaivre
This smell penetrates my senses;
My belongings in hand, I will wait
for the grey faced man to take me.
Solemnly walking into it;
my belongings are in plain...

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Categories: grave, abuse, addiction, anger, angst,

Peace by Chelsea Westerfield
How queer the color of viscera
squarely foreign in my breast
To be the butcher and grim and goddess
All in one
Leaves identity succinct
Or identifies succinctness
If it has...

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Categories: grave, absence, abuse, addiction, age,

Premium MemberEmpty Glass by Laura Breidenthal
My sad, deplorable glory is a nightmare for another
This knowing is sickening to the bone
The need for anothers' pain is like a virus
Slitting the veins...

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Categories: grave, absence, abuse, anger, angst,

Cradle To Grave by Stephen Allen
Newborn soul of wind and sky
Angels tread softly upon this place

Eyes of elemental flame
Glowing passion, simmering grace

Feral child of natures plan
Innocence of this earthly place

Learning...

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Categories: grave, introspection, life, philosophy,

digging your own grave by I Dream In Poetry
 We can not control the actions of other people
But we can control how we react 
We can show restraint and dignity
By keeping ourselves intact

People...

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Categories: grave, introspection