Death Poetry Poems

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


100 Years From Now by curtis johnson
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Categories: poetry, future,

Premium MemberRevanche Poetry - Subtle Revenge by Mick Talbot
SUBTLE REVENGE
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My heart bleeds words of empathy,
An inkwell full of untold woe!
I see poverty causing strife!
Governments abusing power!

From recorded history, rife!
Leaders taking innocent life!

Religion, condoning...

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Categories: poetry, abuse, cancer, death, discrimination,



Premium MemberThis Gathering of Words by John lawless


I gather up my words
	barbs that have missed a target
		strewn about rose-like
			………..in beauty’s shriveling death

Inert objects …..injected….infected -
	 a self inflicted suffering -
		dulled daggers of...

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Categories: poetry, words, writing,

Premium MemberNew Form Implied Metaphor Poetry - What Am I by Mick Talbot
What Am I
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Dad, thumped a warning!
Silence, now pronounced.
Smelt, a red patch crawling.
A future death announced!
What am I?


The field dead, now haunted.
The thumping did suffice.
The patch...

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Categories: poetry, nature,

Death is a page away by Alex Duffy
I woke from a nightmare and turned it into my favourite day 
I looked Depression in its eyes and fought because I refuse to fade...

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Categories: poetry, deep, growing up, growth,

Premium MemberSo - You Want To Be A Poet by Emile Pinet


TITLE:  So...you want to be a poet!


Dear budding poet,

TITLE:  So...you want to be a poet!


Dear budding poet,

Modern poetry’s your candle in the dark...let...

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Categories: poetry, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Shall I compare life to a game by Suzanna Sladojevic
Shall I compare life to a game?
Sometimes the coldness in life, 
Can tremble the bones,
Of brave men, 
And women,
Alike.

By chance some may see heaven,
To shine...

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Categories: poetry, adventure, games, happy, imagery,

What is love by Eke jeffrey chinedu
It is quiet and dark,with no one around,
Just a little girl,who was almost dying.
My heart felt so heavy with grief
when she looked at me
with those...

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Categories: poetry, child, death, loneliness, love,

Love, The Exit Strategy by curtis johnson
As I prepared to come here, my family, relatives, and friends anticipated my arrival. By prepare, I mean that I was in a developmental process...

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Categories: poetry, angel, death, god,

Dead Birds by Poetic Flame

Blood-written dayly stories

Gore - ghoul - massacre - extermination

bloodstained streets-hecatombs

deaths galore  !!!!

accidents more and more !!!

fiction is credible

reallity is real, never more

a crow i...

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Categories: poetry, addiction, death, depression, grief,

Premium MemberCommon Intoxication by CayCay Jennings

Unable to let feelings come to just slide by,
all poets feel them in tender seeing eyes,
marinate them with an emotional heart
and then cradle lay them...

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Categories: poetry, character, desire, feelings, muse,

Premium MemberThe Dog Smells Like Manure by Caren Krutsinger
The dog smells like cow manure,
My feet are black from the blacktop I've been
running around on all day, and the daisy backpack
I purchased solely to...

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Categories: poetry, introspection, life, light, sometimes,

but still stillness by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Help me
the call of the desperate
a furlong voice sent on quest
from which it will never return
Looking for hope from a god
who is not be there
Darkness...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium MemberIf We Live And Love, We Want Not To Say Goodbye by Robert Lindley
If We Live And Love, We Want Not To Say Goodbye

I have spilt, red-blood and wet tears upon these pages
echoed wisdom first given by ancient...

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Categories: poetry, art, heart, life, love,

Shortcut by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Shredded and malformed
No longer me
maybe i never was
The lone survivour living in the world of the undead
Feeling no connectiion to the world around
Staring at marshmallow...

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Categories: poetry,

The Alzheimers Letter by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
Last week in paper I see story old nuns some die with Alzheimer in head, others still jolly old gals think good sharp things, making...

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Categories: poetry, death, humor, inspirational, memory,

Dream Series: Space Genie by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
I'd been speed-watching all past Star Trek series. So of course this week I dreamed I was visited by Q of the Q Continuum and...

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Categories: poetry, death, dream, fantasy, peace,

Premium MemberHold Not A Sad Vigil For Me by Robert Lindley
Hold Not A Sad Vigil For Me

Hold not a sad vigil for me
Born of flesh and blood, once was free
Where my soul went, a better...

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Categories: poetry, art, death, dedication, deep,

Premium MemberFragment by Broken Wings
The headstones go on for miles in rows and rows,
      names engraved, cut into cold stone,
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Categories: death, poetry, writing,

The secret by Randall Graves
The Secrets
Deep are the secrets’ that we keep inside, all the hurts and the pains, rolling around in our brains. We hold on to the...

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Categories: poetry, inspirational, spiritual,