Suicide Grave Poems

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


When You're Gone by Annalyse THIBODEAUX
What will i do when 
You are gone? 
What will i do then? 
Ill be a lost pawn. 

Just moving across the field
With no real...

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Categories: grave, 12th grade, absence, cry,

I want to go by steven starkey
Is there really a reason?
I've searched the only world i know
My mind, my soul
To no avail
My sorrow overcomes logic
And i am left longing
For the end
I...

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Categories: drug, farewell, grave, grief,



Death Rhyme by Susan McDermott
I sit alone and wonder why
Why don’t I have the guts to die?

There’s nothing new that can be done
There’s nothing true that can be won

I...

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Categories: conflict, grave, identity, religion,

Stifled Cries by Analise Stoddart
Stifled cries
No concern for the black man until the black man dies
Images of black and blue flash before my eyes
How many times?
Unprotected our men go...

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Categories: grave, black african american, death,

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,

The Angel Of Death Passed Me By by Roderick Molasar
Yeah, the Angel of Death was an ugly old Toad
In a ratty black robe as He walked on the road
Where I drove a big truck...

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Categories: angel, death, grave, halloween,

The Princess Story by anjanjyoti bhattacharjya
The charming princess by the brook  
commited suicide.
She was unaware of the consequences thereafter.
On the day of the funeral he was hearing the sounds...

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Categories: death, evil, gothic, grave,

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,

Nothing Really Matters by Orlin Collier
Lately everything seems to be surrounded in darkness
Either I am way too close or too far away
When I stand close I perfectly see the flickering...

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Categories: abuse, allusion, depression, grave,

There Will Be No Flowers Today Part 3 of Trilogy by Mary Oliver Rotman
(Part 3 of  Trilogy for My Father)

I took my children to the cemetery, a rare visit,
But they did not understand
---could not understand---
the reality
the finality...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, childhood, children, death,

Why by Kaye Locke
They asked why 
I chose black tulips for his grave
The petals
unforgiving to the touch
with fragile strength
cloak a secret centre 
Their elusive lustre glimpsed for but...

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Categories: death, flower, grave, suicide,

The Dogwood Tree by Micheal G. Weston
      
    In the dark of the meadow,
    Under a tall dogwood tree;
 ...

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Categories: grave, absence, anger, death, depression,

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,

Have a nice life by The First Born The First Forgotten
Devouring, destroying, decaying. For your eyes only.
Inside, interiors, innermost. Then reflects on the outside.
Eaten, eager, eroding. Tap it, let it pour.
Disdain, disease, departure. 'Twas been...

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Categories: angst, freedom, grave, health,

My beloved wife by Damien Biggs
My beloved wife

It was the crows calling that gave the final warning on this mid October morning.
Just as the mist began falling upon the hills...

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Categories: funeral, grave, halloween, horror,

All in great time by Chelsey D Moore
Don't stand at my grave,
An weep.
I'm not no long there.
I'm forever asleep
In a peaceful place.
You may look up,
  To the sky.
Maybe even daydream 
...

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Categories: blue, death, grave, life,

Premium MemberDead Poets Dance by arthur vaso
We sing
Act
Die
Cry
Dance in the sky
We form societies
To read aloud
What others dare not say
From Shakespeare to Byron
Poe to Moe
We sit around smoke filled lounges
Spewing words forth
Love,...

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Categories: grave, suicide, tribute,

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,

Will he not by Adam Lefaivre
This smell penetrates my senses;
My belongings in hand, I will wait
for the grey faced man to take me.
Solemnly walking into it;
my belongings are in plain...

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Categories: grave, abuse, addiction, anger, angst,

The Black Abyss by Jewels Chavira
Sinking in deeper,
No way to escape,
The dark and scary Reaper,
Fore told in the Book of Life.

Is this my end?
Will I ever see the light of...

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Categories: grave, addiction, anger, change, conflict,