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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.

Like Tupac Like Mohbad

Pain persists; Mysterious exit.
Tupac & Mohbad's demise calls for justice.
Tupac reigns in death & we await his rise, 
Mohbad's the first superstar...

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Categories: 1st grade,

An Early Fall Day
On a carpeted path I walked alone,
through naked valleys and forested hills.
Though tis only the first day of your birth,
already your breath portends winter’s chill.


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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member Out of Many One
Jesus prayed, “Father, make them one,” 
So that through them, our will shall be done.
This is God’s will for the church on earth,
The one to...

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Categories: christian, community, friendship love,

Why He Killed The Emperor, Part III
...“ ‘I used to love talking with friends,
they gave such meaning to my life,
but after watching them all die…
it no longer makes my eyes bright.


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Categories: rhyme, age, death, emotions, future,

Why He Killed The Emperor, Part II
...He’d push the tech until light years
took just days for men to travel,
wrote laws that stood the test of time,
so the species didn’t unravel.

Even wrote...

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Categories: rhyme, age, death, emotions, future,

Why He Killed The Emperor, Part I
He reigned down through the centuries,
and every human knew his name,
Emperor Guiscard the Deathless,
from Quebec this great figure came.

Arising in chaotic times
in the twenty-first century,

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Categories: rhyme, age, death, emotions, future,

Premium Member Morose Tears For The Passing Of Mommy Germaine Dupiche
It has been raining everyday
The wet autumnal wind is here
And Mommy Maine just left us today
Peacefully.  She just expired, dear
This Ebony Queen was a...

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Categories: blessing, eulogy, farewell, heartbroken,

On the poor side of the city,
there’s an innocent child crying.
The rats and roaches are crawling,
on the bed where he lies dying.

There’s a family of...

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Categories: poetry,

I write so many poems that you don’t see
They end up in purple poem cemetery
Mangled in the **** of my maroon mind
Tangerine tangles of wasted...

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Categories: dream, feelings, green, how

Premium Member From the Earth's Depths
Written: September 24, 2023

In the dawn-like haze—a shriek was heard,
An echo so shrewd, yet birdless, oddly slurred 
It was ordained by—a stratum unseen,
A throbbing coerce,...

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Categories: analogy, angst, birth, death,

Premium Member Simeon - A Man of God - Luke 2: 22-35
In Jerusalem at the time of Jesus' birth
there was a man, Simeon by name
he was truly righteous and devout
walked with God, such a living flame


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Categories: bible, character, god,

The Fall
Eve of fall
denuding of trees
No longer lush whispers heard through the leaves

A low pitched moan a creak here and there
In warning to all listening
to heed...

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Categories: eulogy, seasons,

Premium Member Mocking the Dead
The mocking is shocking
Aunty Mavis stopped rocking
Then mourners were flocking
A cavalcade blocking
The streets of South Dorking 
Rumours and talking
Like vultures out squawking
Proportionate baulking 
Reputation ignoring

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Categories: death, family, forgiveness, god,

The Smith
For every set of windows given, another lies so near
As opaque the set of two may be, the third is crystal clear

Unlatching the transparent one...

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Categories: faith, spiritual,

Premium Member A Day of Introspection
Written: September 23, 2023

In the denizens of the grey-haired.
Suppleness lingers, yet love is not shared
Around a suitable quantum of melodrama
A tangle of tales, deriving roads...

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Categories: age, analogy, angst, care,