Summer Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberSeeds Planted in the Receiving Unforgiving Ground by Stephe Watson


It's six days since
the Hole was dug...

First frost clings now
to newly turned earth,
to shunted sod,
to stones, to pebbles.

A grave grows colder
today than yet it's been...
Hearts...

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Categories: grave, death of a friend,

Premium MemberThe Bishop's Boy by Sian St. John
The Bishop’s Boy

A bishop’s boy once saw a girl in the north woods by the way.
Clear to both was more to be than just that...

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Categories: betrayal, child, grave, lost



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,

Held Too Long by Plant A Tree Poetry
The-lit-wick-burnt-quick
I am the dipped stick
People are always referencing to

For two reasons:
One, is that I held on too long
Two, is because all but two fingers are...

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Categories: grave, angst, color, firework, funny,

Silent Auction by Patricia Smith
Last summer
I gave to you
My tears
My blood turned blue.

Nervous perspiring
Neurons firing
My soul desiring

My body preparing for
Eternal warring

My heart flooding
With silent crying

The earth spinning
Gravity winning

The hem...

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Categories: bible, grave, heartbreak, lost

Grave Digger by Paul David Walker
As the gun’s first round blasts out
Echoed by a mother’s mournful cry,
I stand by waiting to cap the grave
This last summer of ‘69 when the...

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Categories: grave, inspiration, , memorial,

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,

A Change Of Address by Darlene Gifford
Summer storm flooding

in city cemetery.

Moving day at last!



Author notes: This is a Bible-based Haiku. To understand it please read 1 Thes. 4:16 and 1 Cor....

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Categories: death, god, grave, moving

HAIKU 35 by RAJAT KANTI CHAKRABARTY
1#
Brewed tea
Wife and myself
Nothing between us
2#
He was metamorphosed 
Into a frog
When his wife had left him
3#
I needed
A lonely woman
Thousand years back
4#
She shivered
In yellow sun
Struck by...

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Categories: god, grave, water, wedding,

On Chantrelles by SE Harvey
In the mountains, 
where the berries grow;

Hides a treasure, 
some friends may know;

Among the summer flowers’ leaves,
Are golden treasures such as these;

If I could choose...

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Categories: grave, autumn, beautiful, death, flower,

The Grave by Darrell Hoover
I stood by the grave as a gentle, summer rain began to fall...
I stood there; lost in my thoughts...Remembering... Reminiscing...
The increasing rain washed me from...

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Categories: grave, death, life,

My Wishes' Grave by Iman Roy
Science and fiction can’t go hand in hand
Today, I feel tomorrow’s end
Beauty, wealth and stealth offend
My wild nature dreaming,
I see the planets
And the stars, moon
Through...

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Categories: grave, life, passion, time

Echoes from the Grave by Sandra Larkins
Some one out there please help me.
This is not real for I am only sixteen this can’t be.
The nightmare began on a beautiful summer day.
I...

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Categories: grave, childhood, death, family, friendship,

The Grave by angelia rheingans
Sorrow does the grave not know
nor bitterness or greed
In the darkness of the grave
lies no fear or inequality

The grave knows not of cloudy days
nor humid...

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Categories: death, life, sad, grave,