Song Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberCatherine Bryan 1838-1918 by stark hunter
Catherine Bryan
1838-1918

Thy swan song will be kept short, for thou
And ye, faithful friends of Whittier’s Quaker enclave,
In stout shock, thy anger scolds the town,
For ye...

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Categories: faith, grave,

Premium MemberWeave me yet another day by Tony Kirk


Weave me, yet another day
So that I can knit those gaps
That I might sow those silent threads
And watch the sky elapse

Sow me that sudden sun
Show...

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Categories: death, grave, lost love,



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,

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

To My Grave by Bo Lanier
Dark and sinister rain befalling us 
I know something is wrong, I can feel it in my bones, 
Catastrophic endless fountain of blood, 
But faith...

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Categories: grave, angel, soldier, song,

A Blue Shadow by John Beam
these blues carry on a forgotten song                  ...

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Categories: blue, grave, lonely, lost

Premium MemberWhile They Dream by Daniel Turner
Down an old country lane
Void of fortune and fame
Lies a cemetery long forgotten
Overhead, song birds nest
Lullaby those who rest
While the trees weep tears of cotton

Neath...

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Categories: grave, , Lullaby,

On The Road of The Death by Deepak Chalise
On the road of the death


On the road of the death
Flow of that preserved cycle
Sleeps in the sunny day
Feeling need to take rest for today

Establishment...

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Categories: death, fun, grave, introspection,

Premium MemberVisiting Mother's Grave by Cona Adams
The words of a poem,
like the notes of a song,
often fall flat, or off key.

Today, words 
reached toward clouds, 
floated on soft winds 
with haunting...

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Categories: grave, death, mother, uplifting,

I MET THE DEVIL TODAY by Ernest Robles
I MET the devil wearing a sun dress this day in May
she winked at me in a most persuasive way
and asked if I had change...

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Categories: death, grave, horror, life,

MYSTERIOUS MISERY GUIDE by matt mcqueeney


BY MATTHEW MCQUEENEY


THE NAME GAME...ALSO I HAVE A PAGE OF ALL THE METAPHORS, SECRETS, NAMES...ETC. WHICH ARE ALL BASED ON MY 20 YEARS OR SO...

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Categories: grave, conflict, dark, death, deep,

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,

dont grieve near my grave by sadashivan nair
Don’t grieve near my grave,
Nor sing a sorrow song;
Thou witness only body,
dress I wore in past;
Don't weep 'O' sweetie sweet,
I am not dressed,
yet not naked;
On...

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Categories: grave, body, death, death of

Give Me Wings by Darlene Smith
Give Me Wings

Don’t weep or cry for me;
When my journey has come to it’s end.
Don’t call out my name in sorrow;
Just sing a song to...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, bird, death, dream,

The Twilight Moor by Avery Swarthout
Gazing out upon dusky barren moor,
Where gray grass grasps the air
Finding no purchase but sad allure
Straight stalks elapse their endless despair.

Teased by tales of golden...

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Categories: grave, analogy, angel, beautiful, beauty,

They Fell Upon Its Grave by Carolyn Crawford
by Rachel Dunkerque AKA Carolyn V. Crawford
(lyric and melody)

There was a tree, 'longside a road
It stood alone, bore well its load
And it never sought attention
...

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Categories: grave, anti bullying,

Storm by Erin Clarke
Heartbeat, listen to the sound
Of your fallen hitting the ground.
Slower, as your vessel drops
Down to my stomach, lock
My emotions away,
My empathy never to see the...

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Categories: death, depression, desire, grave,

up the graveyard road by mark junor
fragile heart she lay ruptured in my lounge chair
grey faced i mumble a few parting words over her
before i lay out the finest bone china
all...

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Categories: bereavement, grave, horror,

Carve Us Deeper in the Stone by Faye Gibson
A graveyard stands upon the hill;
its tombstones smoothed beneath the tide
of nature's forces beating hard;
I pass and hear the buried cry.
"Reverse the trend, relentless grown,
that...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, longing,

Twist In Time by kj force
 As I stand here in front of my closet , starring in to the space...
I wonder which black dress to choose, and how I...

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Categories: grave, autumn, bereavement, death, feelings,