Women Grave Poems

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


Premium MemberMy hearts like an egg by Charlie Knowlton


                        My...

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Categories: age, drink, grave, memory,

AFRICA THE MAUSOLEUM OF ALL by Alfonso II Warally Chris
 THE MAUSOLEUM OF ALL

Africa is the burial chamber of many,
Millions of men and women rested in peace,
The deepest hole full of important bones,
The bones...

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Categories: grandparents, grave, hero, memory,



Well, Spit On Me Grave by David Pekrul
Shiver me timbers and spit on me grave,
I lived me whole life, but I couldn't behave,
I drank meself dizzy and chased all the gals,
I wanted...

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Categories: grave, heaven, humor,

Premium MemberDouble Tap by Freddie Robinson Jr.
News broadcast:

Bad news from the Afghan front lines,
an Army lance corporal got killed
from Battalion 5, company 9

Soldier Bill James Medlark,
affectionately known as Billy the Kid
Saved...

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Categories: grave, grief, loss, military,

The grave of an unsung hero by Mpho Kgaswane
Here you silently rest unsung hero 
A granite stone on top of you
As a symbol of deference and dignity
With the words Rest in Peace.
	
Rest in...

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Categories: grave, appreciation, betrayal, death, dedication,

Premium MemberEPIC SIGHTING by Julie Grenness
EPIC SIGHTING    (Picture 1).

Castle on a crag,
Climbing there a total drag,
Snowy wintry blasts,
Heroes bred to last,
Tales of battles long,
Entranced the throng,
Gathered around...

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Categories: eulogy, grave, hero, longing,

Thinking inside the grave by Jack Nganga
Yes i had a heart, and yes  I tried to share my love,
But it was a cruel world where nothing was ever enough.
Its dump...

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Categories: grave, death,

The Power Hungry Man by Michelle Born
The man filled with hat and power
All those innocent people were given a gas shower,

So many lives with dreams and families
Because the man saw all...

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Categories: grave, anger, dark, death, emotions,

Premium MemberIn Dunkersfield Lies A Neglected Grave by Robert Lindley
In Dunkersfield Lies A Neglected Grave



In Dunkersfield lies a neglected grave
 last vestige of a precious life gave
No massive stone to mark the resting spot
of...

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Categories: grave, conflict, courage, death, giving,

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,

Premium MemberDrenched in Red by Cona Adams
Drenched in Red, with St. Valentine

Straight-up the arrows,
hard-pressed the doors
to all the rooms
in all the houses
on Clark Street.

Father Coughlin brought blessings
thinned with broth
from potato peelings.

Women...

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Categories: grave, metaphor, murder,

Premium MemberTHE OPAQUEST NARRATIVE by Verlena S. Walker
In Michigan, the weather can change for the worst in October.
This particular Halloween came a blizzaring.
The lights went out and in a dark, dark room,...

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Categories: grave, crazy, dark, deep, fear,

Premium MemberTHE ANNIHILATION OF UKRAINIANS by Verlena S. Walker
THE ANNIHILATION OF UKRAINIANS
Kyrie was struggling to overcome barriers of demarcation.
“Holodomor” she was facing.
This artificial famine was brutally taking Ukrainians lives.
In nineteen hundred and twenty-nine,...

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Categories: children, grave, men, sad,

One Too Many Times by Latosha Mitchell
It was one too many times

I felt that back hand
Rip fast across my face
My tongue no longer had a taste
For the rice pudding
Left sitting at...

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Categories: abuse, death, grave, love

Premium MemberAn Amulet of Peace by Robert Candler
An amulet of peace hung ‘round my neck,
An AR16 rifle in my hands….
Seemed like such a paradox,
In the paddies and jungles of Vietnam.

An amulet of...

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Categories: grave, adventure, america, angst, change,

The Graveyard Guest by Iman Roy

The sun forgot to tell the moon 
'Good morning honey, now go to sleep!'
So the moon was blue,
While the eyes wandered like
A nascent feather in...

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Categories: farewell, grave, daffodils,

For Him by Raymond Ngomane
Hi. If you are reading this letter, then i know my wife has chosen you. This is to serve as my last writing directed to...

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Categories: grave, absence, beautiful, butterfly, care,

My Dad by Shanity Rain
My Dad was Chicagoan.
He would light up a room just like my Mom. 
He loved to fish ! He loved his beer .
He also designed...

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Categories: grave, addiction, anger, betrayal, birth,

The Duchess Of Paradise by Bill Kim
She's highly sophisticated and full of undefiled wisdom
Yet a crowned Duchess in a paradise kingdom
Quite a beautiful angel flying with black wings
Covered in gold jewelry...

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Categories: grave, abuse, angel, art, beauty,

Wake Up by Nii-Ayi Solomon
The story of the unknown
Has been unravelled
And now the weak, strong and fearless
Have all fled on their heel 
Leaving that blameless child in a shattering...

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Categories: people, child, grave, people,