Ocean Grave Poems

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


Uncle by Catelyn Meeker
Uncle 

I remember your fierce stare and the blueness of your eyes, like clear pools of ocean water reflecting me. 

You died when I was...

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Categories: grave, absence, bereavement, death, deep,

SHE IS DEAD by MASONI ALEX
SHE IS DEAD I CANT SEE HER AGAIN

Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
Silence the pianos...

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Categories: grave, confusion, cry, death of



Tidal Waves by Mike Beard
I broke my foot, and you kissed me that night, in front of my car.
I could barely walk, but I floated away.
It all began and...

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Categories: grave, death of a friend,

Blame on Democracy by Deepak Chalise
Blame on Democracy


A man tries to apply wrong
Charge bounces in the head of democracy
Thousands of people shrink in the pillow
Worse decision in circular took place.

Helpless...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, grave, grief,

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,

DaRK CloUds - A collaboration with Liam Mc Daid by Red Fiery
Grey clouds the innocent sky ambushing light turns dark 
stumbling over a tombstone opening up cold graves

When eyes become frozen behind scenes in hidden truth...

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Categories: depression, grave, storm,

Where will they find you: Light by Jemilla Hibonne
Where will they find you?
Should they sail the high seas and vast ocean?
Are you beneath the violent waves,
hiding in the storm?

Should they climb the highest...

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Categories: faith, grave, humanity, life,

Premium MemberBecome by Laura Breidenthal
I close my weary eyes
I quake and tremble
The meaning of life losing its hold,
Losing its wonder
In this magnifying, mystifying Sadness

Where is the river, 
Where is...

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Categories: grave, age, crush, earth, emotions,

I Remember by Jake A.
Exactly what was needed for
a wanderer of sandy shores,
ever full of hope, as fiery
as mountain flames, and eerily
it came to me; the darkened ghost
who glided...

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Categories: absence, death, farewell, grave,

Pemaquid Point Elegy by Mary Oliver Rotman
Scatter my ashes at Pemaquid Point,
Let the wind sail them home to the sea.
Cradle of life, be my cradle in death,
And set my spirit free.

Sun...

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Categories: death, destiny, funeral, grave,

Premium MemberMessage On A Headstone by Diane Lefebvre
My name is here,
But you'll not find me.
I am with my best friends
Near the clear, salt sea.
 
We are in the wind,
In the ocean's roar:
On...

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Categories: beach, best friend, grave,

Premium MemberTHE OPAQUEST NARRATIVE by Verlena S. Walker
In Michigan, the weather can change for the worst in October.
This particular Halloween came a blizzaring.
The lights went out and in a dark, dark room,...

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Categories: grave, crazy, dark, deep, fear,

COLLEVILLE SUR MER by Sidney Beck
COLLEVILLE  SUR  MER

In uneasy rest
He faces west.
They all face west to America  -
So far away from this beach,
So very far out of...

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Categories: america, grave, soldier,

Premium MemberWords of trust to the grave by Margaret Franceschini
Words of trust to the grave

These circumstances I go through 
Cause a battle of the heart 
A lengthy conflict of emotions I can't separate apart
Thoughts...

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Categories: grave, betrayal, deep, emotions, feelings,

Destination Of Love by V P Mahur
Love is a river
Filled with the water
Of sorrowful tears
Of the two banks
Like the separated lovers
The flow of water 
Is the bulk of
Feelings of love
Which the...

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Categories: deep, grave, imagery, lost

sea of love by John Loving III
beneith the phantoms of the deep
a wretched grave yard where love sleeps
all but forgotten loves of time
covered in fiction, rumors and lies
decay did whither their...

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Categories: conflict, grave, love,

Atlantis by Poet Destroyer A
~ATLANTIS~   Featuring:) Kelly Deschler

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Can't be re-written by the Gods
The land and sands of time'
Destroyed by the fire of Poseidon's curse 
Atlantis swallowed by:...

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Categories: beautiful, fire, grave, imagination,

Sea of forgotten dreams by Robyn Thomas
Cold and dark, the eyes of the depths
glaring at the stars above.
Few dare descend the steps
which reach down to oblivion’s cove.
Heavy, the desire for truth,
like...

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Categories: grave, allegory, courage, creation, dark,

When Love Knocks by Sami LaRose
When I put my front down
And close my eyes
I realize how much the pain hurts
And that love never dies
When I put my front down
Tears start...

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Categories: grave, loss, love, moving