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Death Sonnet Poems

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

Premium Member Inside My Heart - MR

You are the rose inside my heart always;
you fill my heart and soul each day and night.
Alone I am when you are far from sight;

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Categories: rose, tribute, true love,

Premium Member Buttercups and Sweet Peas Reaped

The Stages Set for Grief

"What you sow, I reap --
after I fu*k it over."
-- a grossly obese Grim Reaper
yet of an appetite

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Categories: pain,


Nobody told me it would be like this;
This thing called love the poets write about.
I thought we’d always share a...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member The Death of a Melody

It’s been two years, three months, and twenty days
since tender music left my life for good
and turned my days to somber shades of grey
which left...

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Categories: death, love, wife,

Premium Member Vampire Sonnets XXV Amethyst Sky
I met the vampire just as the Sun set 
this would be an adventure I just bet;
Fable was already waiting for me 
she said ‘This...

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Categories: dark, death, horror,

Premium Member Complacency
Such beauty, only nature could compare
How fair her face, when first she graced my sight
Brown eyes so kind, highlighting flaxen hair
A smile so bright, one...

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Categories: lost love, love,

It Happens Each Spring
Freed from cocoons of shapeless winter coats,
Pert women flutter sparsely bright-arrayed
To tempt male eyes and steal my glancing dotes
Though wife lurks near with rain for...

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Categories: spring, storm, wife,

Learn Thyself
Come to me O dear child and come to learn
It’s life, sharp time-based for every human
O you have to learn thyself to shirk mourn
None helps...

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Categories: life,

You excite my sight
I lovingly  adore you
More than words can say
You delight my spite
Sensibly ignorant without you 
Your tender touch will always and
Forever ignite...

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Categories: color, day, heart, how

Premium Member Spring's Other Side
Spring is the time to venture out and play
the pretty flowers are wearing the bees
maybe it is bright and sunny all day
early morning may come...

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Categories: flower, humor, morning, rain,

Premium Member Spring is NOT ALL
The trees unfurl their buds and blossoms cheer.
Howdy-do Spring…achoo…grab a tissue.
Grass grows Godiva-strong. It’s as I fear -
For all your beauty brag, I’ve an issue.


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Categories: angst, spring,

Our life is as evanescent as the 
trumpet flower of the morning glory. 
The merest chapter in the history 
of mankind’s ever compelling story. 

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Categories: death, extended metaphor, life,

Premium Member Same Old Play, Same New Audience
"The renaissance of drama arises with each generation of spectators entombed."
-- of spectacles clear, an eons-old groundling
at the Globe  

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Categories: pain,

Premium Member Brokenhearted
My heart was stolen by your bright, clear eyes
Sleek fur, silky smooth, soft under my hand
when you were killed I was so traumatized
Had you only...

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Categories: death, pets, sad,

Premium Member LAMPOON the form
Will liberty ring out again
beneath the cries of human rights
can freedom's name survive,
dissembling and lies
Will duty from its prison flee
throw off its shackled memory
is respect...

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Categories: culture,