Sea Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberLight On the Devil's Chord - Day 37 by Laura Breidenthal
I heard two distinct voices in the night,
Conversing amongst themselves most eagerly
They whispered like children in excitement
Their sardonic mouths sung many savvy tunes
It was Death...

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Categories: change, death, gothic, grave,

When the Grass by Justin Aptaker
tomorrow’s a new day
when
this
night

will be forgotten
And
the light

and the might
of the eager armies
surging to war

we’ll have forgotten
what the fight had been for

and the wind whispers peaceful...

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Categories: grave, angst, death, deep, eulogy,



Premium Memberfrom ages past by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
from ages past

near the sea
so close there is but
a seal whisker between my toes
and the grasping ripples
I ear the voices sing
they come bubbling up from...

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Categories: grave,

I am a brook of blood by SHEIKH NISSAR
I am a brook of blood
Drawn from the veins of the tender bud;
My drift is bedewed with homicide,
Stabbed with furry killed with pride.

Flowing by the...

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Categories: dedication, grave, grief, leadership,

Little lies by Tameka Polk
Now falling in love include only me,
holding a flower in my hand you tell me,
to let it go * forever he will be mine, time,
until...

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Categories: grave, december, destiny, fairy, fantasy,

Jihad Donald Trump Style by matthew harris
The glory of America, now heats up 
   with agitation poised to strike on the brink 
sans legislation incites humiliation, 
  ...

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Categories: grave, abuse, america, anxiety, dark,

Premium MemberYour Darkness Punishes But Does Not Win by Robert Lindley
Your Darkness Punishes But Does Not Win

Ravaging of Time- its sharp savage blades
Often minor cuts, blood spilled with no thought.
Hidden pains of lone, dark nights,...

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Categories: grave, art, dark, death, farewell,

PFFR by andy thomson
“A shimmering gem sent from the heavens,
As black clouds exploded unto the Earth”
So it is written, or perhaps threatened
Thus was the way of their unholy...

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Categories: grave, abortion, addiction, adventure, children,

The meaning of life by Tameka Polk
What I think of life is I love the sky,
more than I do the ground, and the clouds,
I am a goth girl who just desire...

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Categories: grave, art, beauty, character, death,

Premium MemberThrough Their Eyes by arthur vaso
Through Their Eyes

The Poetry Murders Part 3 in the series

Murder She Wrote

It was a dark night with a full moon
The alley narrow, my hopes high
My...

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Categories: funny, grave, hilarious, history,

Mercy, a sonnet by Gail Foster
Is this then all there is now, only me
And all there is now left for me to do 
Cry ‘mercy’ to the unforgiving sea
And bury...

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Categories: grave, loss, love, mirror,

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,

May You Live in Interesting Times by Lxnnnie Rutledzh
A lonely creature content just to be,
Allured by the rooms that hide in the strange,
As one would see fit to rest with the sea—
Where time...

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Categories: grave, angst, dark, death, farewell,

My funeral by Dalia Shahein
Clear blue sky came to witness my funeral , decided to not throw any tears or any stones
Came to say goodbye to me before earth...

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Categories: grave, death, depression, destiny, funeral,

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,

A Winter's Rime by Robert Liam McCallum
(In a churchyard in Northern Ireland)


Through the broken and barren trees
Winter exhales its coldest breeze
From the wintry breath of northern seas
That can chill the warmest...

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Categories: bereavement, death, grave, ireland,

Premium MemberTHE VALVET WITCH by cherl dunn

In the elliptical nights moonshine of night, a figure of lavender
And aged white lace, roams amongst the rocky sea shore, a 
Glittering phantom of beauty...

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Categories: adventure, beauty, 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,

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,

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,