Loss Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberPoppies among the Crosses by John P Marmaro
Fields of France are filled with blood-red poppies
Where also bloom the lily-white crosses:
Each buried seed a youth, now bursting forth 
Into a stark white cruciform...

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Categories: grave, loss, memorial day,

The Rope by Mrimon Guha
He grows the seed destined to be the feed
But it dupes him sans any heed
Amidst all the unwanted weeds
He plays with the tree with thoughts...

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Categories: anger, food, grave, perspective,



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,

november 13th 2017 - part 1 by MATTHEW harris
November 13th 2017 
Happy 83rd birthday to thy cremated mom

Harriet Harris fought tooth and nail
Mother succumbed 
to terminal illness without fail 
Ovarian/ Uterine Cancer to...

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Categories: dark, grave, happy birthday,

No Regrets In Heaven by M.P. Shaudd
I love you
Were the words from his last breath
As she stood there by his side... crying
With her hands upon his chest

Little did she know he...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, heaven,

Premium MemberTree by the Gravestone by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Went to go see my love
who passed years ago
Sitting on the family bench
Under the shade of the tree
Remembering our life
together
The years of happiness
It always brings...

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Categories: christian, dark, death, grave,

no title by D William L
In fruitless tradition, 
to kneel at the redingote of memory, 
in this garden of loss and souls, 
an insoluble desire to court heartache. 
To renew...

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Categories: grave, dad, death, farewell, father,

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,

Premium Member Lily Petals Quiver by Eve Roper
Lily Petals Quiver

She shivers, as her little lips sadly quivers
Aware of death that has stolen what matters
Tears of dismay in a shroud, that slowly withers
Absence...

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Categories: death, grave, grief,

Premium MemberSincere Salute To Our Brave, Fallen Heroes by Robert Lindley
    Sincere Salute To Our Brave, Fallen Heroes

    With dear heart and blood given, sometimes torn
   ...

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Categories: dedication, devotion, freedom, 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

Everlong by Jaymes DiLaurentis
If I could write a book
It would be the greatest story ever told
Of a kind and loving grandfather
Who had a heart as pure as gold

But...

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Categories: grave, angst, death, deep, emotions,

Premium MemberChalk Line by Margaret Wade
Chalk is the magic of blackboards, sports fields and
little girl's sidewalk games of Hop-Scotch.
How many equations and statements, measured lines, and boxes
do you imagine have...

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Categories: anger, death, grave, murder,

hello by venita Schindler
Nobody knows how deep pain goes 

Nobody knows until you say hello from the other side 

The tears flow when you're so full of holes...

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Categories: grave, absence, blue, death of

Mourning by Will Overstreet

In the first week of December
The winter was cold and bitter
I stepped into the night and shivered and moaned
Enraptured by the wind and the vast...

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Categories: grave, best friend, death of

Love tragedy by Christian adeyemi
I lover her.
Am madly in love with her.
But she was a cancer patience.
But still I love her. 
  I saw everyday how she was...

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Categories: grave, fear, first love, girl,

Gravestone by John Michaels
A few simple words
chosen with care; etched in stone.
You’ll be remembered....

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Categories: death, farewell, grave, grief,

Resting Place by John Michaels
I visit your final resting place
and my emotions come unbound.
I pause just for a moment
and make barely a sound.
Whisper a few words;
nothing profound.
Repose, peace,
newfound.
Sleep....

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Categories: bereavement, goodbye, grave, grief,

Grave Disconnect by Ekso Ekso
I inhale vapors spiced by Aurora’s deep tang and her sweet, rose kiss,
on such nameless mornings all my ghosts combine,
folding into neatly pressed layers of...

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Categories: grave, angst, depression, growing up,

Premium MemberAs He Paid Tribute To All She Ever Gave by Robert Lindley
As He Paid Tribute To All She Ever Gave

He stood at his mother's new grave again
remembering her face, how she loved rain.
How she loved rain,...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, death, grave,