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Death Rhyme Poems

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

I've Been Working in the Crematory
I've been working in the crematory,
All the livelong sob story,
Can’t you hear the gas jets breathing?
Play too close and you’ll get urned.
Plus we only queue...

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Categories: dark, death, song,

Their children would run ahead of them
as they walked along the shore
because next to the sea there’s so much to see…and so much to explore.


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Categories: imagination,

Premium Member He Felt Love Could Die

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Categories: death, devotion, happiness, love,

Premium Member We Went Looking
We went looking for our first home,                  ...

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Categories: cry, fire, garden, home,

Premium Member In This Age Of Scary Masked Faces
When people don't abide by the laws
that God imprinted on Moses' tablets 
for our own good, horrible things happen;
and we have seen the drastic results

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Categories: anxiety, child, death, fear,

Leg kicks
I need a fix or ahm gonnae die
eyes drift open
already its
there that
horrible sick feel
crawling its way
up to my throat
the restlessness kicking
out from my knee
letting me...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, christian, drug,

When and Where
When the time comes, where do you run, where do you run to under the sun. When you see the light, how far would you...

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Categories: death, god, happiness, heaven,

Covid at Home
Reported in the press
Nation in distress

China's Cuisine
Unpresidented, unforseen

Unrolled like the plauge
No prejudice of age

Humans incaged
Socially disengaged

Vulnerable alone
Waiting by the phone

Once hussling busy streets
Now Covid depletes


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Categories: anxiety, blessing, corruption, death,

Premium Member If This Was My Last Poetry Contest Poem
If this was my last poetry contest poem what would I say,             ...

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Categories: fun, humor, joy, poems,

The Poison I Eat
You’re too old to remember 
how children play. 
You’re too young to forget, but
You’ll forget anyway. 

Seeking, dreaming of blue pills and
An old friend who’s...

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Categories: absence, age, angst, best

Jump Ahead
Busted, played out, known to fail.
I’m climbing on the bridge’s rail. 

Used-up, tired, left behind. 
All friends, lovers leave, and I don’t mind.

Because I didn’t...

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Categories: anxiety, conflict, courage, dark,

Premium Member Tasting Africa, One L----ick at a Time - Part 1
Tasting Africa (One L****ick at a Time) Part 1
(Though the title's a joke, my limericks are not!)

1. Life's Always an Adventure (Dodoma)
Can one's life be...

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Categories: africa, appreciation, journey, life,

Premium Member Keough Echoes Elvis

Pressure to impress, perceived ineptitude, kills
Incapable of King imitation, blame plagued eyes
Publicly pressed to deliver sought after replica
Infiltrated by inescapable history Ben despised 

Failed expectation...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, death, dedication,

Farewell Bill
I’m mourning over my old mate Bill; the old codger’s no longer alive.
Yes, the old ‘bugger’s given up smoking and stumps are at eighty-five.
No more...

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Categories: humor,

Misty, my sweet kitten
my sweet kitten
By Michelle Morris 

She was the cutest kitten -
Misty was her name;
She was a fluffy grey Persian cross,
With mischief in her veins.


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Categories: cat, death, depression, heartbroken,