Death Verse Poems

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


Death is a page away by Alex Duffy
I woke from a nightmare and turned it into my favourite day 
I looked Depression in its eyes and fought because I refuse to fade...

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Categories: verse, deep, growing up, growth,

Premium Memberstuff by RUDOLPH RINALDI
when I die
I am certain 
that the material stuff  
I leave behind 
won’t cry

but maybe
maybe
just 
a little sigh
...

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Categories: verse, death, funny, leaving, life,



The Buzzard by matthew harris
Within the common (all purpose room)
     at highland manor apartments aye
daily encounter, one bewitchingly dreaded
     fiendishly horrible,...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium MemberUnconscious Questions by Chantelle Anne Cooke
Life and Death are always continuously in a single breath.
Does the deceased heart expand or contract to an empty void?
Does the soul evaporate when released...

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Categories: verse, death, self,

Thank-You by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Thank-you 
(Son) Jason Clark for choosing me as your Mom!
So many awful things kept us apart but you never stopped thinking about me.
I know you...

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Categories: verse, bereavement, boy, child, death,

Premium MemberMAY 14 Gaza Border by Robert Trezise Jr.
Evil is incremental
One bullet after another
And after another
And after another
Until there’s a blister
On my trigger finger
Where there used to be a wet print
Of a little...

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Categories: verse, angst, conflict, death, horror,

Premium MemberDepth of my pain by Heidi Sands
A simple phone call led to a plunge into suffering
Hyperventilating, from news of the sudden death of my friend
I gather my words and travel silently...

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Categories: verse, death, grief, loss, pain,

Raw Reality by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Waking again to the Raw Reality that your gone.
I tell myself every moment you will call but you don't.
I wait daily to hear your voice...

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Categories: verse, childhood, death, loss, mother

God needed by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
God needed another angel,
so he took you.
So be good, mind your manners.
Be kind and respectable.

Always say please and thank-you.
Let the little ones go first and...

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Categories: verse, angel, childhood, death, i

Chamber Of Commerce by Earl Schumacker
Cameras snap on the last action tourists trap
As shutters flash, bullets fly by respectfully
Go past Sunday services at high velocity
Stain glass windows stay intact

Some one...

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Categories: verse, abuse, appreciation, business, conflict,

A Wonders Mind by Dill Dennison
One with God are minds adrift in wonder.        
      
Observations overanalyzed; thoughts unable...

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Categories: verse, addiction, death, recovery from,

Set Eyes On God To Succeed by john sensele
Your best investment lies in God’s hands
Which guarantee life, love and boundless care
Regardless of kinds and types of lands
Which your feet dare to walk without...

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The Insignificance Of Man by matthew harris
Blunt deadly weapons of mass destruction
electrify, fracture, and
jeopardize Homo Sapiens
species (and entire biosphere)
continuity rent asunder

doomsday declared (nuclear winter
gallows humor spelt
with eternal snow day)
dystopian authors outflanked
nuclear...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 12th grade,

Love Me, So Will I by Bernice Makotanyane
Judge me not so shall I
Hold me down so will I
Love me now so will I till forever
Promise nothing and I will not expect 
Vow...

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Categories: verse, love,

A Dream Died A Dreadful Death by john sensele
Lightning and thunder did clash
In ventricles within my heart
Vying whether to lash
At every part

That feels emotions
In hearts of dames
Whose love motions and portions
Laid claims

To the...

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Shall I compare life to a game by Suzanna Sladojevic
Shall I compare life to a game?
Sometimes the coldness in life, 
Can tremble the bones,
Of brave men, 
And women,
Alike.

By chance some may see heaven,
To shine...

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Categories: adventure, games, happy, imagery,

Premium MemberDeath Doesn't Mourn by Eve Roper
I met him a long, long time ago,
denim clad and dusty leather boots
sitting astride a motorcycle
He took off his helmet; I stumbled
only to stop dead...

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Categories: verse, bereavement, death,

Happy Birthday In Heaven by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Happy Birthday my Dearest Son.
I hope your day will be Awesome! 
I know you're sitting up there sharing all
your favorite foods.
Setting up your buffet, ...

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Categories: verse, child, death, heartbreak, sad,

Premium MemberThe Music Still Plays by Janice Canerdy
I was a youth who seldom thought about
the fact that in the midst of life I was
with each breath, getting closer to its end.
I viewed...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, death, life,

Premium MemberTHE PRIME OF LIFE by Alexis Y.
I was in the prime of my life on paper, I had
a lot to live for.

I came from a loving family,  that were educated.


I...

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Categories: verse, dark, death, love,