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Death Heroic Couplets Poems

These Death Heroic Couplets poems are examples of Heroic Couplets poems about Death. These are the best examples of Heroic Couplets Death poems written by international poets.


The Answer to Complaint Part 3
You split yourselves in countless sects, In classes high and low;
Think you the world its gifts will still on such as you bestow?
Who now forgetfully...

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Categories: allah, faith,



The Complaint Part 6
Despoiled of raiment green, each branch in nakedness now stands forlorn;
Unmoved by passing seasons’ change, the songster sits and sings alone:
Would there were in this...

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Categories: allah, faith,

The Complaint Part 2
The pageantries of mighty kings to us were shows that mattered not,
Beneath the shade of blades unsheathed in Kalima we glory sought.
Our only life was...

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Categories: allah, faith,

Premium Member The Cut
Woe to those that look too far
Into the mysteries of who we are
And dictate that our DNA
Should tell who goes and who can stay

For mapping...

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© Mark Elam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, death,

Premium Member Monster
What makes it live inside their fine brains
Sparing us though marked with kindred stains
Invading or growing with passing of time
Till stumbling they fall down the...

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© Mark Elam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: depression,

You Did It, Now Undid It
The moving finger writes and having writ
moves on. And that's the bitter core of it.

So did you scheme to mold we are so base,
like you're...

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Categories: death, innocence, love, lust,

Premium Member Ironman
There was a millionaire inventor
Who was fatally wounded in the Vietnam war
An explosion from a bomb made shrapnel
Embedded in his heart
To save his life he...

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Categories: analogy, assonance, hero,

THE REQUEST
Let my winter be summer,
Let the range be hummer.

Let the sea traverse the earth,
Let life alone swallow death.

Let the weak be strong,
Let all rights be...

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Categories: allegory,

Just turn the page
Don't creep just trun the page 

How like a simple flowing 
Water of river with the life of 
Creature's  ager to meet the sea...

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Categories: adventure, inspirational, motivation,

Premium Member Utterance On How I Feel

The imagery almost overly surreal
Yet, this is a reality that’s real

Or, is it only an illusion
Birthed from confusion

Ode, to the avarice of vanity
Fated our such...

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Categories: beautiful, blessing, change,

Premium Member Soul
You have soul if you know right and wrong, 
You have soul if with others you get along, 
You have soul if you talk like...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, clothes, community,

Premium Member No More
84 people dead,
No regret said,
More critical, holding on,
Somebody’s partner, someone’s son.

France stands for liberty, 
Which was wrought on Bastille Day, 
When the people overturned, 
The...

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Categories: celebration, death, health, history,

Glimpse Of Military Life



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Categories: military, integrity,

Premium Member Long Live Brussels
Long Live Brussels! 

We need to fight back, 
And in arduousness react, 
Without restraint or hesitation, 
And blame in aggression. 

Islam and faith must go...

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Categories: anger, community, conflict, death,

Premium Member Jesus Came Riding On A Donkey
Donkey’s in the land of Israel in the 1st century, 
Were used to carry goods about the country, 
But could also carry women, children and...

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Categories: animal, business, christian, easter,

Premium Member J D Osborne
This poem has been removed for publishing on Amazon in WW II in Poetry: Veterans Stories in Poetry, including my late father's who was a...

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Categories: america, courage, death, health,

Premium Member Royden Stork
We had 16 crews that were assigned to the raid,
Of Japan, ‘cos of Pearl Harbour where we got laid;
We prepared on Egland Field for the...

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Categories: appreciation, conflict, freedom, hero,

Premium Member Clark Simmons
Since I was the oldest of three sisters with a mum, 
As my dad had died when I was at an age young,
I thought I’d...

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Categories: appreciation, conflict, death, hero,

Premium Member Carl Carlson
I was up on deck of the USS Arizona doing the morning chores, 
When another plane came along, so I just passed it by, gores,...

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Categories: appreciation, death, hero, history,

Premium Member Robert Louis Curl
I quickly joined the Navy on June the 4th, 1943,  
As soon as I graduated at 17, life was definitely to be;
I received boot...

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Categories: appreciation, beach, conflict, death,