Death Writing Poems

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


Premium MemberThis Gathering of Words by John lawless


I gather up my words
	barbs that have missed a target
		strewn about rose-like
			………..in beauty’s shriveling death

Inert objects …..injected….infected -
	 a self inflicted suffering -
		dulled daggers of...

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Categories: poetry, words, writing,

Premium MemberHow Do You Answer by Maurice Rigoler
How long do you work on a poem
that refuses to be completed? How long
do you let it try your patience? How long
do you tolerate its...

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Premium MemberCommon Intoxication by CayCay Jennings

Unable to let feelings come to just slide by,
all poets feel them in tender seeing eyes,
marinate them with an emotional heart
and then cradle lay them...

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Categories: writing, character, desire, feelings, muse,

Premium MemberYet Know That For Truth, Such Simply Will Not Suffice by Robert Lindley
Yet Know That For Truth, Such Simply Will Not Suffice

While you may want flowers spread across brightest room,
some write of death, darkness, usual daily doom.
Try...

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Categories: writing, anger, art, slam, spoken

Remember that by Aa Harvey
Remember that


I love you; remember that.
Whenever you are feeling down,
Remember that I have got your back.
If you need me, then I will help if I...

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Categories: writing, death, friendship, i love

Legacy by Aa Harvey
Legacy


It depends if you believe.  Do you believe?
Are you man or mouse?
Do you need machine, or cheese?  
Do you believe?


Part man, part machine;
Work...

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Categories: writing, change, dark, death, fantasy,

Premium MemberIf We Live And Love, We Want Not To Say Goodbye by Robert Lindley
If We Live And Love, We Want Not To Say Goodbye

I have spilt, red-blood and wet tears upon these pages
echoed wisdom first given by ancient...

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Categories: writing, art, heart, life, love,

Premium MemberFragment by Broken Wings
The headstones go on for miles in rows and rows,
      names engraved, cut into cold stone,
    ...

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Categories: death, poetry, writing,

Premium MemberOn Shakespeare's Birthday by ilene bauer
In Hamlet’s famed soliloquy,
“To be or” (maybe) “not to be,”
He questions life – is taking breath
A better deal than choosing death?

Another quote, among a slew,
Is...

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Premium MemberPositives First, Teachers by Caren Krutsinger
Mighty yes, those horrible, awful statements and words said in a moment of anger hurt members of society.
And phrases written down during a selfish frenzy...

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Categories: writing, humor, humorous, hurt, school,

An Ending That Rhymes by Kurt Philip Behm
If you knew the words were killing you,
  would you choose then not to write

Would more calendar days still left to live
  make...

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Categories: death, writing,

Why I Write by Joe DiMino
Birth is a war,
and death
a victory
for a lifetime
of suffering;

though, we can convince ourselves
of most anything--even
pleasure and happiness. 

I rise every morning
as much for myself
as for...

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Categories: writing, analogy, inspirational, philosophy, poetry,

Opportunity by Normie Payton
Thank you for your attention. 
A blubbering idiot’s here. 
After I chose those that can be trouble for me. MY IDOL
just to better me in...

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Categories: writing, art, heart, word play,

Premium MemberWriter's Legacy by Jesse Zerlaut
I hope to find that my soul is ill content'
to rest merely on words that I've spent
For my hand knows to wander aimlessly
with all mind...

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Categories: death, leaving, writing,

DOOMSDAY by Jeffrey Spencer
DOOMSDAY

The hottest button in the coldest war
As the candle burns, from each end, aflame
To prove his manhood, let the missiles soar
As his muscles flex, he...

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Premium MemberWhen A Poet Feels A Break Is Needed by Robert Lindley
When A Poet Feels A Break Is Needed

O at the times I swore to drop this pen,
rejoin the multitudes of normal men.
Those sleepless nights, this...

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Categories: writing, endurance, feelings, meaningful, poets,

Greeting Card by Richard Evans
tiny hands and huge heart spied this pattern of life
a flight to heaven forerun by sweet token words
you are what you read but cherished for...

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Categories: writing, child, children, community, death,

Premium MemberThe Holiday of My Muse by FJ Thomas
Sometimes my muse does holiday
far, far away from me
where it goes I do not know
it just chooses to go away...

I thought we were friends; maybe...

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Categories: writing, art, dark, death, imagery,

Dont give up by Abdulmohsen alzayer
Don’t give up
Take a cup of water
Take a deep breath
Don’t think about death

Take a snack
Just don’t look back
Don’t look down
You’re gonna find town

Look at the...

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Categories: writing, adventure, change, dark, destiny,

Self-worth by Mandy Dale
Slash here, slash there
One by one depression consumes
One after another death is counting
One year after this what will to come? 

Stop!!
Please stop!!
I'm begging you
You're worth...

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Categories: writing, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, cheer