Write Grave Poems

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


The Executioner As Scrambled Humorist by matthew harris
within the under belly of
this hob bull ling Leviathan beast
induced roaring hungry soundcloud issued
within abdominal folds
finding they in creased

never diminishing, matter
whether I turn north, south,...

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Categories: grave, appreciation, baptism, dark, farewell,

Premium MemberONE STONE COLD HEART by JAN ALLISON
My father’s funeral, a sad occasion
but his cruel actions go beyond the grave

My sister had organised a display 
A silver frame contained a picture of...

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Categories: grave, confusion, family, father, funeral,



all ur friends r zombies by Ashlea Senft
?niap ni yrc ot ydaer uoy era ,esol ot ydaer uoy erA
niarb ruoy otni bmilc ,langis a si sihT

look, look at his mouth like it's...

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Categories: dark, fear, friend, grave,

Premium MemberSincere Salute To Our Brave, Fallen Heroes by Robert Lindley
    Sincere Salute To Our Brave, Fallen Heroes

    With dear heart and blood given, sometimes torn
   ...

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Categories: dedication, devotion, freedom, grave,

Everlong by Jaymes DiLaurentis
If I could write a book
It would be the greatest story ever told
Of a kind and loving grandfather
Who had a heart as pure as gold

But...

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Categories: grave, angst, death, deep, emotions,

Premium MemberA Tear by Broken Wings
it was in the-
     Autumn of the year
and the leaves were RED and orange
       ...

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Categories: grave, grief, sad,

Premium MemberCemetery With Many Vines by James Horn
Cemetery With Many Vines

Was an old cemetery with many vines
Viewed some in shapes of valentines
Fences and tombstones ran around
Which had laid lightly in the ground.

Trees...

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Categories: allegory, grave, happiness,

Premium MemberHEARTBROKEN CHILD CRIES by JAN ALLISON
FICTIONAL EMOTIVE WRITE

Since I was a tiny baby I was brought up by my grandparents and had a very happy childhood. I knew that they...

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Categories: death, grave, grief, heartbreak,

Someone walked over my grave today by STANLEY Harris
>Someone I know not who walked over my grave today

It started on my local BBC Radio.
It really did you know.
A question was just asked it’s...

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Categories: grave, bereavement, best friend, cancer,

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,

Premium MemberA Grave Discovery- rusted busted contest by Seren Roberts

f ew wouldn't recognise you as you are,
i ndeed, I am not sure that I have the right name, 
r usted beyond recognition, want you...

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Categories: grave, car,

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,

Premium MemberHell-Hound Allows No Souls Out by Robert Lindley
Hell-Hound Allows No Souls Out


Deep in the darkest pit,
where anguished screams resound
Evil thoughts feed the it,
fanged , demonlike hell-hound

No mercy for those so lost,
only torture...

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Categories: grave, conflict, dark, death, evil,

Poppies Red by Brenda Meier-Hans
November 11th is Remembrance Day in Canada 
(Veterans Day)
When I was in grade 7 or 8 (I don't exactly remember) we had 
 to write...

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Categories: freedom, grave, remember, veterans

mourn the poems by mark junor
a page is such a cold place
pen has a sage who delves for inner face truth's
the page entrances with silent mocking
word thought dances just outside...

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Categories: absence, appreciation, eulogy, grave,

Premium MemberA Demon Confesses by Robert Lindley
A Demon Confesses


I shun the light and do so cast the stone, 
rot the meat , ravenously eat the bone
Cut my way deep in every...

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Categories: betrayal, dark, evil, grave,

Dinner Grilled and a land Forgotten by Ingrid Showalter Swift
You are far away now
Off in fields of gold
Dappled with evenings hot velvety light
90 degrees of separation has dulled the sword
 eased the pain
The grasshoppers...

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Categories: fire, food, grave,

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,

Beast by Keith Relf


Bitter by ; being mentally bruised and battered most of my life,
shaken with fright without a single soul to help me
through the troubles unseen horrors...

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Categories: grave, art, beauty, crazy, cry,

Premium MemberWhacha gonna do now by Eric Nolan
Send me your crazy 
You’re lazy 
The hallucinogenic hazy
The sick mother ****ers 
Who wanna see you pushing daisies 

Gimme your sinners 
Gimme your saints 
Gimme...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, death, grave,