Tree Grave Poems

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


Night by Misty Gentry
I stand alone in the middle of the night.
One person with a vision of nocturnal sight.

Fighting with emotion like rain on the road.
Swirling and moving...

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Categories: forgiveness, grave, grief,

The Rope by Mrimon Guha
He grows the seed destined to be the feed
But it dupes him sans any heed
Amidst all the unwanted weeds
He plays with the tree with thoughts...

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Categories: anger, food, grave, perspective,



ZARATHUSTRA GAVE ME THE GREEN LIGHT part one by MATTHEW harris
“Query”
from a word miner non-trumpeting
Beatle browed quarry man.

One emailing digital commoner bemoans assiduous, 
zealously yearning xing worthy values undergirding 
the storied renown quintessential peaceable operation...

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Categories: bullying, environment, fear, grave,

Premium MemberFacts hold virtues intact by liam mcdaid
Pride comes before the fall 
under a tender gaze of midday's sun 
Our Sunday cross 
is being turned upside down 
incorrectly sponsored by none other...

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Categories: grave, abortion, birth, conflict, cry,

Premium MemberTree by the Gravestone by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Went to go see my love
who passed years ago
Sitting on the family bench
Under the shade of the tree
Remembering our life
together
The years of happiness
It always brings...

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Categories: christian, dark, death, grave,

Some Graves by Wade Greenlee
Some graves are places of wonder
Tended lovingly with utmost care
Listen closely to the whispers
Of hopes and dreams they share

A teddy bear to snuggle
Playing catch with...

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Categories: absence, grave, longing, sorrow,

Scenery Of The Cemetery by Pin Dew
The tree with its half-dead, half-alive leaves,
The erratic flights of the swallow-tail,
The coarse, but peaceful, bed of dried-up grass:
It's late winter in the cemetery.

-Pin Dew...

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Categories: beauty, bird, earth, grave,

A lone leaf by Aidan Dufaux
Clinging desperately
A lone leaf
On an autumn branch,
Enduring the cold winds that blow
The breath of winter,
The darkened skies,
The bare branches of a skeleton tree.
One more push...

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Categories: autumn, death, deep, grave,

Battle Axe And Her Republican Trumpeting Waze - part 1 by matthew harris
Upon bitterly cold dawning hours of one January 2000 day
the Harns family desperately sought a place to live – “hay
there” Nelson Swartley (an independent realtor)...

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Categories: evil, grave, house, life,

The Grave Yard, PART-1 by Md Shahadat Hossain
O dear grandson, come here, have a look,
This is your grand mother's grave yard under the pomegranate tree.
I had buried her body here thirty years...

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Categories: grave, blessing, care, death, depression,

Premium MemberLa Tombe d'arbre - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's Tree Grave by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
La Tombe d’arbre – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s « Tree Grave » by T. Wignesan

Quand-t-il s’était parti, notre défunt,
Au-delà pour le Monde des Ombres,
Pendant que...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, farewell, fear, funeral,

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,

From the Grave by James Tate

Howling winds whip hanging limbs,
Briskly rubbing headstones.
Scratching deep,
Disturbing sleep of tired bones.

Etching eerie messages
With rasping sounds.
Disquieting passersby,
Visiting burial mounds.

Images in deep shadows,
Slowly crawl, shriek, and...

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Categories: fantasy, grave, scary,

Premium MemberBeneath by Sandra Haight
Beneath


Beneath my tall pine tree,
below an engraved stone,
buried is my sweet friend
beloved for twenty years;
been missing him so long.
Beside his grave, sad and
bereft....I hear soft...

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Categories: death, grave,

Premium MemberFAMILY SECRETS by JAN ALLISON
Mossy vines served as camouflage for a decaying headstone
This was the first time I’d laid eyes on your final resting place
In front of me stood...

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Categories: death, grave, loss, mother,

Ghost Town by Bo Lanier
Standing in the among the ruins of what
Used to be a thriving little gold fever town
I swore I heard music and laughter coming
From the half-moon...

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Categories: death, grave,

Premium MemberThe endgame by Kai Michael Neumann
The endgame 

And the cemetery was
nowhere to be found
yet was so present
in the shallow depth
the graveyard of the mind

No tombstone unturned
fragmented torn and twisted 
sorrow...

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Categories: death, depression, emotions, grave,

My history by Lisa Brannon
A tombstone stands amongst the rest
Neglected and alone

The name and date chiseled out
On polished marbled stone

It reaches our for someone to care
Is it too late...

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Categories: culture, dedication, family, grave,

Premium MemberSix Ancient White Roses by CayCay Jennings
The same striking man, the same lush, green land,			
Cushioned and delighted her heart in sleep.					
Her dream of multi-senses was most grand,				
Unless the fears began their...

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Categories: destiny, devotion, grave, soulmate,

A Winter's Rime by R. L. 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,