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Death Parents Poems

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

Entitled people thinks that
They are owed something
After the death of a parent
A parent that some never
Bothered to help 
Entitled never had time for
Their parents, never...

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© Daisy Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: feelings, parents,

The newest generational great divides in America part one
What is causing the very latest generational great divides in America?
The division is between the older generations: the Silent Generation,
the Baby Boomers and Generation X....

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Categories: parents, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Divorce
Vowing love now departing
Over time
Comes with
Eternal peace for all....

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Categories: parents, cry, hurt, kid, love,

Premium Member Nameless
"A mother's love is made in heaven." Quote Written By Poet

She was a young and beautiful bride,
then her handsome husband died.
The fast car came out...

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Categories: baby, happy, mom, parents,

Premium Member A Flower Cut Much Too Soon
A flower at the budding stage which
Will never now reach full bloom,
This flower’s potential left unfurled, 
A flower cut much too soon....

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Categories: parents, child, death, funeral, sad,

She Gave Me Ears I Gave Her Tears
Ok, now I realize that she is the one not so old 
and not so cool but love is full of pool
No she not want...

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Categories: parents, cry, death, family, grandmother,

The Fine Line
So let me get this straight
You thought that we'd be fine
That's really what you said
When you went to end your life?
You thought it would be...

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© Nate Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: parents, childhood, death, depression, emotions,

Two Parents Grieving
Inspired by a moving storyline in a show. There is no greater loss than the loss of a child. The only thing worse is how...

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Categories: parents, bereavement, child, death, emotions,

Why Marrying and Divorcing
Why marrying today 
And divorcing tomorrow? 
Marriage is not  dry run
                        or dummy run
Marriage is not hubbub
                       or rehab
Marriage is not hotchpotch
                       or hodgepodge
Marriage is...

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Categories: parents, 12th grade, boyfriend, encouraging,

Soar Or Sink
Breaking the chains-
Required lots of pain, 
Starting from young age.

Mom died when I was 16
Dad passed when I was 23.
Their demons danced together,
over 25 years...

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Categories: parents, addiction, beautiful, death, deep,

Premium Member Derivatives With Limits
Working over Birk’s Works and other tunes my saxophonist admires—
Cheesecake, Blackbird—for the theoretical, applied mathematics
inside an abstract, audial harmonization of the Big Bang and The...

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Categories: parents, cancer, funny, god, hero,

A Daddy's Christmas
Christmas cards and credit cards
and lists of much to plenty.
It's choking Daddy half to death.
They think I'm made of money.

Give me this and I want...

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Categories: parents, anxiety, christmas, dad, jobs,

111 Months
You were diagnosed with Leukemia and sadly, you didn't survive.
If you hadn't died 111 months ago, today you would've turned 75.
You were born on October...

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Categories: parents, birthday, cancer, dad, death,

Any Time; a Son's Cry
Anytime I hear the story of how I was born I tend to tear up 
Cos I see not just a woman, I see a...

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Categories: parents, absence, cry, eulogy, mom,

Onerous Task Confronted Teachers and Parents
Onerous task confronted teachers and parents

As prospective students
ably ready themselves to matriculate
and/or first set little feet 
inside halls of learning,
I rebroadcast a poem crafted
at the...

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Categories: parents, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Book: Shattered Sighs