Snow Grave Poems

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


Roses by Rainy Sky
I put them down beside your grave,
A wreath of roses, scent they gave,
Alluring as the the water’s guile,
Obscuring as the sinner’s smile,
But nonetheless an earthly...

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Categories: first love, grave, heartbroken,

Premium MemberBlanc comme la neige by arthur vaso
White like the snow

Ice stiffened limbs
Reaching out
No saviors about

Snow flakes in the wind
I reached and reached and reached
Towards deaths cold hands

Never to see her again
I...

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Categories: angst, art, french, grave,



Here lies but ice by Julian Scutts
In dream or in vision,
the difference not knowing,
I was taken hence
to a plain of ice
where every blast
cuts deep into the flesh,
where the archangel  white
with...

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Categories: angel, grave,

Premium MemberI Wrote My Name by Broken Wings
       I wrote my name in snow,
         the snow that lay...

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Categories: grave, snow,

Premium MemberCaressed By Vines by Sandra Haight
Caressed By Vines


Like tender loving arms, they wrap around
   old monuments of stone set on the ground.
Those silent sentinels that stand their guard
...

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Categories: bereavement, grave, tribute,

CHILD OF THE GRAVE by Griffins Ndhine
suppose sun stop shining
and the clouds get dark
when there will not be the courage to face life
will you be there to give me shelter
shield me...

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Categories: grave, caregiving, hope, love, true

Tomb of Cement by Kate Morton
It's no longer young ones play'n cowboys 'n' indians like we used to,or having a snowball fight in the fort we built outta snow,it's bout...

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Categories: grave, child, children, community, freedom,

Trilogy for My Father by Mary Oliver Rotman
IMPRINTS
(Part 1 of Trilogy for My Father)

His shoes by the front door make me cry,
like his glasses resting atop an
unfinished crossword
and his toothbrush in its...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, grief,

The Black Forest by Bo Lanier
Well I am no stranger to
The kiss of death
The closer the sun sets
I can hear you calling to
Me creature of the night 
Where the winter...

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Categories: emotions, fantasy, grave,

Standing by the angel's grave by Davina Browne
when you stand by your baby's grave and the breeze flows through your hair,
that’s your angel playing with other kids that are there, 
she whispers...

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Categories: grave, angel, baby, bereavement, death,

Our Nations Debt by Timothy Emmons
I look over the fields
At Arlington where they lay
Their pearly white crosses
Stand proudly each day

Wheather gleaming in sunlight
Or covered with snow
Each one stands for freedom
Each...

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Categories: freedom, grave, hero,

Restless by Adam G.
Restless soul smoking a bowl.  drinking  beer looking in a mirror:  in an empty room, pacing until I'm not who you knew;...

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Categories: grave, absence, angst, bereavement, dark,

House Fire by Katie Telling
Ashes drift
to the ground
like black snow,
and smoke curls
upward from
the rubble like
ghostly figures
emerging from the
grave.
A skeleton now looms
in the clearing,
surrounded by heaps
of its charred flesh....

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Categories: grave, home,

Premium MemberWaterloo by arthur vaso
Partir c'est mourir un peu..

Att skiljas är att dö en smula.
Av barn, fyllon och dårar får man höra sanningen.
Det är bäst att bita i det...

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Categories: betrayal, grave, lost love,

Times of Trouble Are Ahead by Jim Pemberton
Read the Bible and the words that are said.
Times of trouble and tribulation are ahead!

All one has to do is read the book of revelation.
To...

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Categories: grave, character, christian, dedication, depression,

Do not cry for me you ungrateful children by Annie Lander
Do not stand on my grave and weep 
My adult children: you see 
I was alive for 92 years, 
You never came to visit or...

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Categories: funeral, grave, me, world,

The Grave in the Woods by Danny Stinson
The sunset casts its solemn hues
On the footpath where I tread.
I proceed, then it comes to view,
And fills my heart with dread.
It's the grave I...

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Categories: grave, fear, lost love,

I'm Here by Shubhang Mishra
Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there, I am not asleep.
I am the thousand winds that blow
I am the diamond glints...

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Categories: life, grave,

At Your Grave by Danny Stinson
Silence: All I hear when I call out your name.
Snow envelops me and snuffs out my flame.
Gone is the light with which your name can...

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Categories: grave, death, loss, lost love,

A Snow Angels Grave by mark lupatsky
I exhale and i see my breath. Cold air enters my lung's, and fills my chest. Snow falls 
down and lands on my nose. I...

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Categories: grave, adventureme, night, winter, snow,