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Short Death Of A Friend Poems

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Short Death Of A Friend poem by Anthony Slausen| Details |

myku

she passed away
in a bed of wrinkled prayers

Copyright © Anthony Slausen | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Anthony Slausen| Details |

Crows feet

the black wing
slapped me the heart again
leaving - muddy prints

 

Copyright © Anthony Slausen | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Marty King| Details |

forty drops of love haiku

buried brad today
brain aneurysums just suck
forty drops of love....

Copyright © Marty King | Year Posted 2015

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Marissa Faries| Details |

Widow Closing Windows

Who shall be the ones to mostly care,
When he's no longer here or there?

Copyright © Marissa Faries | Year Posted 2017

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Theodora Sterling| Details |

Black Rose

A single petal falls
She turns her back on the grave
A single tear falls.

Copyright © Theodora Sterling | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Samay Raina| Details |

Wish you were here

Few Voices I Hear,
It's Clear, There Is Nobody Near,
I Wish You Were Here

Copyright © Samay Raina | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Paul Geiger| Details |

Dark Remembrance

He choked and died quick
No one there knew the Heimlich
Physician and friend

Copyright © Paul Geiger | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by LEGENDARY LEGEND| Details |

death

death painful breaks my heart took my friends away sad

Copyright © LEGENDARY LEGEND | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Ivan Gaudi| Details |

Quod Est Veritas

His eyes full of love,
Embraces the man asking him:
Quod Est Veritas?

Copyright © Ivan Gaudi | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Ijm seven| Details |

Ron RIP

Real friend always true
learning from you life's lessons
A friendship cherished.

Copyright © Ijm seven | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by David Meade| Details |

Death Comes Quickly

Hiding in darkness
laughter fills the night air then
death strikes, swift, sudden

Copyright © David Meade | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by RUDOLPH RINALDI| Details |

THE URGE TO CUT HER HEAD IN HALF

THE URGE TO CUT HER HEAD IN HALF
LEAVES ME AGHAST 
AT MY PENT UP ANGER
AND DULL BLADE

Copyright © RUDOLPH RINALDI | Year Posted 2013

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details |

Late Rock Stars

They just can't be dead; They're still on the radio! IMMORTAL VOICES!

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2015

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Eugene Harvey| Details |

Disappeared

lifetimes sadly end
when missing souls once alive
exist beyond time


© Eugene Harvey

Copyright © Eugene Harvey | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Sabina Nicole| Details |

Sudden

Side swiped,
Devoted to the cause.
Foundational affects 
Facilitate
Hope.



By: Sabina Nicole

Copyright © Sabina Nicole | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Brian Johnston| Details |

Haiku: Traditional 56

time froze with her death
dust dancing in a sunbeam
haiku image hangs

Brian Johnston
June 6. 2016

Copyright © Brian Johnston | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by JW Earnings| Details |

Death

Death do me part 
Eh, I wanna die 
Ah, but living
Trying...thriving...
Heals my heart - it weeps and it spills

Copyright © JW Earnings | Year Posted 2013

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Ediruma Edward Eric| Details |

Love

Love

A comet like happening
Aroused with desire
Lives an illusion
Justified by its end
The poetic verdict

Copyright © Ediruma Edward Eric | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details |

Muppet eulogy

Bye Cookie Monster!
Pointlessly martyred by the
Political left.

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by JW Earnings| Details |

Rest in Peace, Dear Friend

Flowers wilt
Dead carcasses are buried
Loved ones mourn

Rest in peace,
Your life on earth is no more…
Farewell, friend

Copyright © JW Earnings | Year Posted 2013

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Jaquesha webb| Details |

Pain

My name is Pain 
and it's nice to greet with you 
You where having such a great day 
I just had to meet you







Copyright © Jaquesha webb | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by CHICANO EDDIE| Details |

BEHOLDEN

"BEHOLDEN"


three decades ago,
something died
inside of me.
how grateful I have
been.


By: Chicano Eddie
9-28-2016

Copyright © CHICANO EDDIE | Year Posted 2016

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Jacqueline R. Mendoza| Details |

What happens to us when we die


Death body and soul are separated
Body decays
Soul meets Eternal God
Waits to reunite with its risen body, last day

5132013

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza | Year Posted 2013

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Jack Clark| Details |

Gone Away

Should that war have been fought?
I’m not the one to say
I only know:  The-Names-On-The-Wall
Are those who’ve gone away.

Copyright © Jack Clark | Year Posted 2014

Short Death Of A Friend poem by Mark J. Halliday| Details |

Farewell Ginger

Walked her in the woods,
And on beaches; then crying,
We put her to sleep.

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014