Marriage Grave Poems

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


The Grave Yard, Part-2 by Md Shahadat Hossain
The springs wind used to cry in the vacant field.
The passers by used to shed their tears, in the mean time the leaves of the...

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Categories: grave, death,

The Grave Yard, PART-1 by Md Shahadat Hossain
O dear grandson, come here, have a look,
This is your grand mother's grave yard under the pomegranate tree.
I had buried her body here thirty years...

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Categories: grave, blessing, care, death, depression,



Whom to Blame by V P Mahur
The marriage was stopped
Because the proper cost
Was not paid
The match was handsome
But without proper ransom
The silent painful tears
From her eyes faded the sight
Of a dream...

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Categories: community, depression, grave, inspirational,

Moonlight Shadows by Mike Jones
The moonlight casts feint ghostly shadows
In the graveyard of All Hallows.
The clock strikes twelve high in the tower
And by the headstone stands a flower –
It’s...

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Categories: death, grave, moon,

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

For Him by Raymond Ngomane
Hi. If you are reading this letter, then i know my wife has chosen you. This is to serve as my last writing directed to...

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Categories: grave, absence, beautiful, butterfly, care,

Your Gone by Loretta Adams
As the tears fall down from my face,
I think about that magical place.
You took me there when I was young,
but that was before the pain...

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Categories: grave, confusion, daughter, death, life,