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Death Villanelle Poems

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


Premium Member Look What Got Me Searching
While looking at the full moon all a glow
I made a discovery that shook me to the bone.
A beautiful young oriental with a rabbit had
Me...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, courage,



Premium Member One more time,dearest
I still  long to see you one more time
I would endure that pain of loss again
Yes, I still am with you in my dreams

I'd...

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Categories: analogy, death, dream,

Premium Member O Sacred Muse, How You Inspire Me So
O sacred Muse! How you inspire me so
     to write poems of death and woe, and madness;
then spirit me to fair...

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Categories: inspiration, mountains, muse, mythology,

Premium Member BRISK COLD WINDS OF OCTOBER

The threshing floor divides the brisk cold winds
and too gentle zephyr of mortality.
I choose the rose-red blush where death rescinds.

My mind reels with the thrill...

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Categories: autumn, october,

Premium Member May You Are The Best
Welcome May you are the best
So glad to see you after winter
You took a twelve month rest


Singing birds are in their nest
Flowers blooming bright colors
Welcome...

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Categories: beautiful, bird, color, flower,



Villanelle
Villanelle 
 
That which  brings joy bears grief beneath its wings. 
The ground of all our prayers is strewn with seeds. 
We’ve bid our...

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Categories: life, symbolism,

Normality
The silence was as loud as the noise had ever been
You miss your friends and family a hug is what you need 
We craze the...

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Categories: anxiety, appreciation,

Premium Member Death Of A Dog
That was the day my old dog died -
Do you remember dear old Blue?
He hardly ever left my side.

I can tell you I darn well...

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Categories: age, animal, death, friend,

Premium Member Was I too articulate
Daddy, how we missed you when you died
I had not been told when I was five
Come back,Daddy,miss your smiling eyes

We were told that we must...

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Categories: absence, age, death,

A Sandy Beach
A Sandy Beach
by Dylan Williamson

In a sandy beach
Cool water around
In sunlight’s reach

Joy given to each
Playing on the ground
In a sandy beach

Time will teach
Of fun you...

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Categories: angst, dark, death, deep,

Premium Member You are singing through me close and wise

Daddy, how we missed you when you died
I had not been told when I was five
Come back,Daddy,miss your smiling eyes

We were told that we must...

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Categories: absence, allegory, analogy, angst,

Premium Member Seeking salvation
Speak the truth before it is too late,
Cleanse your soul, purge out all hate,
So you can stand at the Pearly gate!

Values and morals must escalate,
Sweep...

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Categories: allah, allegory, bible, blessing,

Premium Member So Many, Gone
So many, gone before us these past years-
dear friends and family have left our side,
to whom we said goodbye with heartfelt tears.

We shared such joyful...

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Categories: age, death, family, friend,

Premium Member THE CHURCH NEAR WATERs EDGE

The tears of women, men and children’s death.
It’s small and cozy pews, there’s no one left —
The church near water’s edge sighs Spirit’s breath.

Up comes...

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Categories: christian,

Premium Member This I know
The Phoenix is unique.
This gentle herbivore has magical powers
Which people seek.
Let's look at it's physique.
It has a scarlet colored swan body, autumn colored 
Feathers that...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, beauty, bird,