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Death Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Death Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Death. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Death poems written by international poets.


Premium Member SHOW TIME - You're FIRED Mr Mueller
SHOW TIME - Mr. MUELLER, YOU'RE FIRED
Come life and death of it you blessed rhapsody
you've played for long enough and now it's time to go
there's...

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Categories: 12th grade, abuse, america,



Premium Member An Incomplete Love Story
They met aboard a cruise one summer day;
     their days and nights were filled with ecstasies.
     ...

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Categories: love, sad love,

Premium Member IAMBIC PENTAMETER
For the first time the carriage rides back and forth. The bell chimes at the end of every line. Whether a solo syllable or the...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, writing,

THE SEASONS - Iambic Pentameter - Blank Verse
Winter
Winter glows, it's drifts, it's plains, soft and white.
It's cold belies a threat to all, fear it!
It's there come night or day death don't forget!
Wrap...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, autumn, spring, summer, water,

My Mortal Muse My wife
To my love of nigh four decades of bliss,
I can't take you with me you've life to live,
live it, let love be your guide, be remiss!
So...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, freedom, love, muse, poetry,

Premium Member Hollow Horror
You left your hollow horror buried deep...
a hollowness unfathomed as we think
about the impact that your strike would reap
and change the path of life in...

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Categories: death, earth, life,

Premium Member The Essence of Soft Shadows
The Essence of Soft Shadows


The essence of soft shadows on the wall
   that shelters where we'll rest when we are gone,
  ...

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Categories: death, heaven,

Premium Member In Memory of You
I didn't have a chance to say goodbye,
to let you know how dear you are to me
and though my chance is gone, I still will...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium Member One Nine and Sixteen - The Attic
The Attic


Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
     in this old attic of dear grandma's home.
So dark, a lighted candle is a...

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Categories: death, grandparents, memory,

A Lost Sense of Purpose
Long ago in the short-time lively spring
In the grassy plains of a small island
Came from nonexistence a young sapling 
Nurtured by the love of her...

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Categories: 12th grade, art, best

My First English Poem
A Realization

Once upon a time, a baby was born
In a small town near the green mountains. 
He was living life off from thorn.
Blessed! But he’s...

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Categories: god, heaven,

Premium Member This Time of Year- For Jean Jack
I smiled at you as you sang Christmas song
you stood enthronged by others, bringing cheer
my heart was sad; it thought of all that's wrong
and why...

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Categories: loss, mother,

Premium Member FETUS
      FETUS
She wasn't swayed from how she set her mind,
but in a way, her heart was of a kind
that loved...

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Categories: abortion, abuse, mother,

Death delivered, My nile river
Sitting on the shower floor
Numb inside and not afraid
reflecting on the steelhead blade
soon I won’t feel anymore

I won't have to feel this pain
thoughts of living...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, gothic,

Premium Member Death of a Believer
        DEATH OF A BELIEVER
The death of soul steals slowly through the years
the fog of mind that's never...

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Categories: death, life,

Premium Member ELIXIR
          Elixir
Sometime ago when you were bold
you dreamed your dream of earthly fare
expecting your life would...

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Categories: allusion, life,

A Personal Death
Although the smell unpleasant to inhale,
the blood no longer dripped from open wounds;
the nurse, accustomed to the sight of death,
remained unmoved as Grandma slipped away:
she...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Death Invites No Fear
(blank verse)


Not long, but clear and strong, came Dad to me.
His death was tear-fresh grief most numbing new.
Dad's words steered me away from tragedy
And gave...

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Categories: death, fear, spiritual,

Thoughts on an Ending
I often wonder how death will begin
     and will there be a warning sign to heed.
Will I feel something way down...

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Categories: death, god, introspection, life,

Premium Member Death is Born



Everyone is born to achieve that goal
A goal in which most of us try to cheat
Life was never given but it was stole
A cycle in...

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Categories: absence, confusion, death, life,