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Death Imagism Poems

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


Premium MemberJUST BETWEEN YOU AND ME by Vickie Thayer
we all dig, 

in the same soil,

sail and swim,

the same seas,

sweat the same,

from our toils,

crimson, 

the only color,

we all bleed,

die a death,

when we no longer,

breathe,

heaven...

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Categories: creation, discrimination, heaven, humanity,

Premium MemberReduce Strife by Carolyn Palmer
Reduce Strife 
Ancestors, ancestors long gone but closer u get.  A great deal of young women is left with the check.  No charge,...

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Categories: absence, angel, black african



Imagine by Emmiasky Ojex
IMAGINE

Imagine a world for no and everyone
Where we all are here to be as one and to save the world
Where we have no differences at...

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Categories: discrimination, family, humanity, imagination,

Request by Ollus Ndhom
Cast your shadow
Before me that I may follow
May I drink from the well of your love
Cool as rain from above
Command my will
Like time commands my...

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Categories: 11th grade,

Randomnness by Piercing Words
O man, it's him again 
Jelly toasted sandwich 
Peanut butter topping,
Apple juice: sweet as sweet
With a dash of kisses 
And hugs on the side,
Tight grips...

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Categories: identity, image, imagination,

Premium MemberA Spider's Web by Gary Bateman
A Spider’s Web

a true engineering marvel
a mastery of tensile strength
flexible, firm, unrelenting

icky, sticky, viscous
this web most certainly is
all the better to trap prey
and cocoon them...

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Categories: death, environment, image, imagery,

Be it on his Head by Suzette Richards
Chameleon,
May your slumbers 
be forever haunted
As my beloved rests 
in Eternal Sleep -
If only the lizard had waited 
with his message ...

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In many instances, symbolism...

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Categories: analogy, death, mythology, symbolism,

GERMANY by Sidney Beck
GERMANY 


From Black Forest’s leafy velvet
Breathing fresh air over the land;
From the fertile earth of the sheltered Rhine,
Or where Goethe and Handel wrote their elegies;
From...

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Categories: culture, death, history, murder,

Spirit Wolf by Suzette Richards
Infuse me with your appetite
for effortless freedom.
Yearning for your wisdom.
Encourage me:
Intuitively to
embrace you as my partner -
to love and to hold,
till death us do part.

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The...

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Categories: myth, native american, spiritual,

Premium MemberHer Wish Eternal by Dear Heart
I slowly open the old, rusty cemetery gate that groans,
      it squeaks and creaks in the still night,
  ...

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Categories: death, poems,

My Spirit by Piercing Words
When will I stop writing 
Only death can stop me,
Even then, my persona
Lives forever and my verses 
Will influence another reader, 
To influence another so...

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Categories: creation, growth, i am,

Adagio by Michelle Rensburg
White rain
Falling
Like grains of rice
Feather-like
And frozen

Innocent, born in a breath
Bare, the new will replace the death



Weightless
Thoughtless
Senseless
Cold
Clean
Nothing here grown
Nothing in between
Only Adagio

*  *  *...

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Categories: appreciation, birth, blessing, change,

Kitten by Paul Kennedy
Kitten
Curled-up
Asleep
On the road.
...

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Categories: cat, death, sad,

Liberty by Dakota Hershey
When God, who is forever free,
Breathed life into my earthly frame,—
From that first day, by His free will
When I a living soul became,—
A babe upon...

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Categories: celebration, celebrity, christian, christmas,

The paint on the wall by Dalia Shahein
The paint on the wall , tells a story about a girl , who was vulnerable and broken...
Darkness in everywhere , and you can notice...

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Categories: loneliness, strength,

THE TEN by olorunleke olorode
Dazzling at the gong square, 
In the heavenly rhythmical waves.
All eyes await to see the wonders
Just like okoto the movement was
That led to the raining...

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Categories: christian, dedication, faith, imagery,

On Bended Knees by Sherifat Aduku
On bended knees I felt the horrors
Of death as it gushed out blood on me
Behind closed eyes,
On perky breast of a female death.

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Categories: dark, death, deep,

LOVE by Vennela Dharmakari
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Categories: dream,

Grit and Shine by Sara Ajemyan
Chrome meets sun;
a slick reflection

Salt and grit;
smooth surface;lined

Body scuffed;
marked;textured

Dampness green;
always forgiving of nature.

Hairs stand on end;
obscurity march
in procession
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Categories: beauty, birth, color, creation,

Rumpelstiltskin rebranded as outre designer couture by MATTHEW harris
the daughter of a miller abducted, exiled, held 
locked as prisoner didst bawl
achingly, effusively, indubitably murmured plaintively 
quite riotously didst call
out for help, when stalked...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, anger, art,