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Death Quatrain Poems

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

Premium Member Thought For Today 5-11-2023
Thought For Today
Miracle Man

Death has always been, a foregone conclusion,
so please don’t live life in an ungodly way.
Heaven isn’t imaginary, nor hell an illusion,
and accounts...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: god, judgement, sin,

Premium Member Assault weapons are for War
Why this inhumane suffering
A constant tale of slaughtering
Innocents who die
Forever in the earth to lie.

Do we need to see far more
All that suffering and gore

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Categories: confusion, life, memory, pain,

Premium Member Time
Once I was young, 
now I'm an oldie;
Once I was shiny, 
now I'm all moldy....

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Categories: age, death, depression, fate,

Premium Member Psychedelic Firestorm
Psychedelic illumination,
astral trips of a sober mind;
Finally natural comprehension,
gut instinct no longer maligned;

The beauty around you visible
upon ending a toxic slumber;
Ego death, you were so...

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Categories: death, drug, emotions, introspection,

The Last Time I Saw Her
It was last year's Easter Sunday,
I saw her last, before she went away.
It was also someone else's birthday,
As I saw my cousin's body pass, as...

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Categories: angst, cousin, death, death

Premium Member My Life A Book
My Life A Book
By: Miracle Man

My life is a book that I’ve written in stages,
it’s oft been a path of both straight and bend.

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Categories: books, death, god, judgement,

World Of Lies
I’m finally broken by this world of lies,
I’ve had enough of this place, it’s time to say my goodbyes,
Screaming to the sky, I weep and...

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Categories: death, depression, devotion, god,

Premium Member Death of a Loved One

For Mama

Your voice, your face, your love for me 
exist still in my heart and mind. 
Though you've been gone for many years, 
your essence...

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Categories: death, grief, heaven, life,

Premium Member The Finish Line
You”ll regret what you missed out of fear,
trapped by the ghost of a do over;
When you’re calm and your vision is clear
it will eat at...

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Categories: death, emotions, feelings,


Outside, perfect Sunrise
Service. The air’s so fresh.
Pastel dresses, pretty ties.
Resurrection from the creche.

Birth and rebirth celebrated.
Jesus - our Dayspring on High.
As sunrise songs begin,...

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Categories: christian, easter,

Who Am I
I knew my ancestry and my dad was a joiner,
But verged on disowning my mum for labour,
Not married in history yet throbbing with spark, 

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Categories: christian, death, emotions, history,

Premium Member Death to all snowmen
Where might thy be daylight savings? Sun of mine
Winter's last dying breath it's time to overtly shine
I say bring yourself out from that overcast shrine

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Categories: fun, seasons, snow, spring,


Happy was Death last night

When he saw the youth coming his way

He observed them with delight

Knowing that it was their last day.

At once his arms...

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Categories: death, pain, youth,

Goodbye Mom, my two older brothers cried.
1930 – I was born, our mother died.
1932 - Daddy remarried, careworn
yet in time three more daughters were born.


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Categories: 11th grade, god, goodbye,

“The US First Cavalry arrived in Manila on February 3, 1945; it proceeded to Santo Tomas University north of the Pasig River, where 3,785 Allied...

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Categories: 11th grade, death, funeral,