Journey Grave Poems

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


Fields of Silence by Eugene Harvey
‘Silence’ is their interim address
Where time like a river yet flows
Terrestrial dust returns once again
To the place whence all life grows,

Resting quietly in Death’s garden...

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Categories: grave, celebration, death, family, funeral,

Premium MemberWHITE Invisible Tracks by arthur vaso
Never to see her again
I looked down
Wine of bloods holo

Flowing from my hands
Unto the devils abode
Whitest of Pyrenees days
...

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Categories: art, children, death, grave,



Death, the unstoppable by Steffi Mary Varghese
You can’t see it,
You can’t hear it.
It comes like a bolt of light,
And it takes the most precious from you.
You can’t hide from it.
It plays...

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Categories: death, destiny, grave, journey,

snowy grave -teddy's journey II- by Frisk Carris
The cold,
	It bites, stings, and burns. 
	And yet, 
	I stay as the night turns. 

	Even now,
	I can’t feel even your spirit.
	You’ve wandered,
	So far away, I...

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Categories: grave, absence, bereavement, winter,

Premium MemberThe hope of the living by Sandison Jumbo
 The hope of the living

None would hope, like a destitute, by the roadside to rot,
With their eyes and other vitals, by the vultures pecked...

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Categories: death, funeral, giving, grave,

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,

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,

Adam and Eve by Un Known
Love is an invigorating journey.To rehabilitate what is submerged beneath. A way of healing or simply reducing the pain. The rescue team to all the...

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Categories: grave, beautiful, beauty, bible, blessing,

No Vacancies by Lukas Ficklin
And the cemetery is sculpted by freshly lain plots 		
Anticipating a frame to explain the gravely residents		
To offer considerable homage with venerate thoughts		
Of a journey...

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Categories: death, grave, patriotic, soldier,

HOME by Afolabi Muideen
When fire dies, it remains ash, cover it up
When the day dies, new day shows up
When husband rest, leaves a sowed love
Widow cries, dwells with...

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Categories: death, 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,

The Zombie Parade by Blake Holland
Snakes came upon the garden bhour
waiting for the family for an hour 
a long journey was faced
a curse shall be placed
upon the house in the...

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Categories: grave, addiction, allusion, america, betrayal,

Give Me Wings by Darlene Smith
Give Me Wings

Don’t weep or cry for me;
When my journey has come to it’s end.
Don’t call out my name in sorrow;
Just sing a song to...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, bird, death, dream,

Premium MemberWellington Gate by Diane Lefebvre
His walk into town would prove fateful that day,
As his mind wandered idly while finding his way.
His footsteps were brisk like fall chill in the...

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Categories: grave, death, emotions, funeral, goodbye,

Rite Of Passage by okoi nkanu
We seem to have it all
As we want for nothing
In the darkness of the womb 

We are evicted into the light
Sadness, then happiness 
Unaware of...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grave, journey,

Premium MemberThe Devils Riddle by arthur vaso
The Devils Riddle


Dark is the night
Dark is the soul
Dark is the heart that used to glow

Empty are the rainbows falling from the skies
Empty of the...

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Categories: grave, home, journey,

Shallow grave by Honcho Mars
Shallow grave
Out of the clay 
In new breath of life
Fire tested
Beneath this weeping willow my soul rested
Motionless as a statue
Forever stuck in place
Out of the...

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Categories: grave, death, emotions, journey, passion,

Premium MemberAn Amulet of Peace by Robert Candler
An amulet of peace hung ‘round my neck,
An AR16 rifle in my hands….
Seemed like such a paradox,
In the paddies and jungles of Vietnam.

An amulet of...

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Categories: grave, adventure, america, angst, change,

Premium MemberYet Another Reflection by Robert Candler
I rend asunder and
Crumble into dust
Before my very eyes.

No answers forthcoming
To my many questions,
Most important, "Why?"

"A fool are you,"
I stand thinking.
"There is no disguise."

To worry...

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Categories: grave, age, change, character, death,

Premium MemberAfter the fall by Kelly Crenshaw
Quite frankly, I don't remember at all
You see I was quite young when I took my first fall.
Don't know which parent was there to catch...

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Categories: grave, age, childhood, children, christian,