Mystery Grave Poems

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


Aura by Manya Saxena
Roaming with its head high-
Magnificent creature, lurking
Around with a ginormous
Globe, emanating the torture 
of the past; it was green.

Right when I reached the door,
It reached...

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Categories: grave, anxiety, bible, color, dark,

A love call and cry by T.I.R.O. JY
Breeze flowing through golden hair
Bicycle wheels slowly turning without a care
Joy filled her face with such a contented smile

The quacks from the ducks
Church bells chimes...

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Categories: age, grave, mystery, prayer,



No Teeth by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
What are these
small, toothless skulls?
I asked naively;
What are they? What?
They are the skulls
of babes taken from their cradles
abandoned to die and rot.






"No Teeth" first appeared...

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Categories: baby, death, grave, horror,

The Executioner As Scrambled Humorist by matthew harris
within the under belly of
this hob bull ling Leviathan beast
induced roaring hungry soundcloud issued
within abdominal folds
finding they in creased

never diminishing, matter
whether I turn north, south,...

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Categories: grave, appreciation, baptism, dark, farewell,

Premium MemberRegarding A Ruin by Jo Daniel
There's a sad beauty in this charming maze, 
  Lost lives hidden in a magical daze, 
    I wonder what brought...

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Categories: dark, grave, mystery,

Premium MemberSalem Witch Speaks by Chelcie Darling

     Sun hindered sultry earth, wet mound of mossy growth, 
       Cast to my grave...

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Categories: family, grave, halloween, mystery,

Premium MemberThe Hidden Stone by Sandra Haight
Mossy vines served as camouflage for 
a decaying headstone buried there below.  
The hidden stone that peeked from earthen floor
soon held my eye with...

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Categories: grave, mystery, tribute,

Guns by Earl Schumacker
Guns speak the universal language of love
With no cloak and dagger residue left behind
But with bullets fired for better accuracy
Results usually have bad consequences
As if...

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Categories: abuse, death, grave, identity,

Premium MemberMystery of the Purvis Babies by Betty Butler
Here lie the Purvis babies.
Seven of them, now no more.
Short lived, one only two days old.
One lived to the age of four.

Four baby girls and...

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Categories: baby, death, grave, mystery,

Premium MemberMystery in a Country Church Graveyard by Betty Butler
Elizabeth Law, only thirty-nine
Lies beneath this cold slab of stone.
On her left lies her husband, Samuel.
On her right, three small graves-grass overgrown.

Were they the reason...

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Categories: death, grave, mystery,

Premium MemberWhere Tongues Cursed We Did Bind by Robert Lindley
Where Tongues Cursed We Did Bind

We fought the devils in steady spells,
and rest between the hammering blows,
and with heart's sigh our spirits tells;
that black shadows...

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Categories: grave, art, conflict, dark, dream,

One night sleepover by Anayo Oleru
ONE NIGHT SLEEPOVER
The embers of the fireplace glowed,
We were all alone in the forest 
spending a family vacation
 surrounded by big, shadowy trees 
and a...

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Categories: grave, hate, horror, mystery,

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,

Graveyard Shortcut by Lycia Harding
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Hiding in the shadows, there
at the corner of my eye,
I am slowly made aware
there is someone else nearby...

"Who is that?!" I bellow then,
"Hiding in the...

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Categories: dark, fear, grave, halloween,

Collaboration with the Ghost by Noel Villarosa
Just a thought of working with a ghost
One I knew or a guest specter
I won’t fear the unexpected and can’t boast
A spectator on this skittish...

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Categories: courage, fear, grave, halloween,

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,

THEM by Christian Ball
I can hear them coming,
Just down the hall,
Just down the corridor,
I see their shadows on the wall.

Closer, closer, closer they come,
What do I do!
If they...

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Categories: anxiety, dark, evil, grave,

MUTE by Victoria Wood
Mute hues of dusk gone, still ‘cept for clerid
Sight is slight, sloe murk taunts with ‘a whisper
Shadows come creeping, silence grows trepid

Twilight so stark, not...

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Categories: bereavement, dark, emotions, grave,

A Walk In the Dark by Troy Snyder
A Walk in the Dark

I tip my hat to the darkness
I applause the nightly howl,
I give credit to the shadows
And bow to the hooting owl.
I...

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Categories: dark, grave, night, peace,

VAMPIRES by Michelle Born

The mystery of vampires seem so dark and scarey
Anything unknown is always a mystery,

They have dark cloaks and sharp white fangs
It seems so sexy as...

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Categories: dark, drink, fantasy, grave,