Pain Grave Poems

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


Beyond Hollow Grave by David MaxOptimism
Play, music man, songs Holiday sung
 
Billie knew a lady's blues
       fragile heart... used & abused
a voice smooth wickedly crude
laced in pain of jim...

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Categories: grave, america, bereavement, society,

VANITY by Tripti Dalmia
Vanity of vanities, all is vanity,

The jewels, the money, all insanity!

No man is immortal, why don't you get,

Accept this and deal with it, your life...

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Categories: depression, endurance, grave, heaven,



I Must by Todd Aguilar Jr.
Save me 

it feels like I am drowning

slipping away with the tide

my heart keeps pounding

I don't know why 

I keep frowning

I must keep going

I must...

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Categories: fate, grave, growth, perspective,

Premium MemberBRUISED THRU ETERNITY by CayCay Jennings

My sad life story lacks glory.
Fathomless singed pain bears my name
as echoed in gray rhapsody.
My sad life story lacks glory 
and will bruise thru eternity
for...

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Categories: depression, grave, grief, solitude,

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,

Premium MemberPoe's Grave by Sian St. John
Poe's Grave

A macabre garden
Rank with smell of blood
Silent mouths murmur nothing

Greene and Fayette Streets in Baltimore

A rotten Poe rests here
His beloved decayed Virginia
Bone to bones...

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Categories: death, grave,

Grave Whispers by Sona Wilae
Nestled beneath apathy dull
lavender lies still in dried tears 
suitors dismiss truth as impasse 

Love strangled from pure streaming veins
thoughts empty hearts in cold graveyards
night...

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Categories: grave, break up, freedom, grief,

Deep Memory by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
I once was a beautiful lass
	who captured every young man’s fancy
A nymph of the high Southern class
	who practiced a belle’s necromancy.

They worshipped my haughty fine...

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Categories: beauty, death, grave, lost

Living Day To Day by robin davis
It has been a little scary
And I'm just a wee bit wary
Going on without your love
Now your and angel up above
Taken away from me so...

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Categories: bereavement, death, funeral, grave,

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,

Slaves by Henrique Oliveira
With a lashing to the back of my mind,
Gray, morbid thoughts I had long left for dead
Race up with rage to the top of my...

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Categories: grave, angst, anxiety, death, depression,

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 MemberTill the Grave by Eileen Manassian
The gloom I feel is gone when you are here
My life takes on the blush of virgin bride
I bloom in love the moment you are...

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Categories: grave, i love you,

Premium MemberHere lies she by Probir Gupta
Just see
How fearlessly
Sunshine is seated
On the  gravestone

And the caring breeze
Whispering to the loneliness
So absolute
Beneath the tombstone

A paleolithic stone
A meaningless silence
Guarding utterly alone
The desiccating non-existence

Here...

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Categories: death, grave, green, life,

On Satan's Grave by Kurt Philip Behm
Between the lines
You read my story
The pain I felt 
You washed in glory
New letters rose
The words reformed
As Angel’s marched
With time forlorn
On Satan’s grave
A vesper bell
Salvation...

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Categories: grave, words,

Premium MemberMake me some room by Jannie Breedt
When times were rough 
And hope was gone
You showed me stuff
-to carry on

When things were lean
When things got thin
And cold outside 
You let me in

For...

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Categories: grave, death, death of a

Roses On My Grave by Heather Hans
I feel the ground coming closer and 
closer 

I think, I though I had a while 
before I go under 

the truth is coming out...

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Categories: grave, appreciation, dark, death, deep,

A soldier missing his love as he dies by Andy Izzard
Carolyn, I am in afghan and Today I stepped out for a while.. I found myself thinking about what is and what has been. You're...

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Categories: grave, anxiety, arabic, betrayal, blue,

Graveyard by Elena Welsh
They are gone; but not I 
I am alive. I am alive. 
Some say the hurt ebbs 
-over time-
But, alas my child
Time is fuel for...

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Categories: grave, memory,

Elegy by Matt Ancient
            


like a mysterious fly 
in my soup 
a bad feeling
I can't coop 
stumbling...

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Categories: evil, grave, humanity, humor,