Poems About Death

Sort by : 
  • The Dying Bed 2 HM

    by BOB GALLO

    All in silver and grey
    in the dying bed...

  • Broken Bridges (2) 1

    by Fenrir

    Why does it always seem that my life is a long...
    With each occasional stops, sightseeing memories...

  • Youthful soul who risked your prayers
    Do not let your mind be taken...

  • I was in the Room (2) 2

    by Maple Tree

    I stood in the corner
    of a pitch, dark room...

  • We play with sickles
    Through bounties of wheat...

  • At the end of his laughters
    Returned home to empty chairs...

  • A Womans Arm

    by Blake

    If we forgo pursuing truth
    Then we allow ourselves to die...

  • I Was Told

    by Blake

    “Your friend is there
    Within the walls...

  • Never forget those you have killed
    Never avert your eyes from death...

  • Paper Mustella

    by Blake

    It is the fate of the kind
    If they wish it to be...

  • Note

    by Blake

    Heaven said to me it missed
    Then asked from me a tender kiss...

  • And Though

    by Blake

    Righteous men cannot rest
    Cannot laugh in light no more...