Poems About Death

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  • Drowning (1) 1

    by Jayde

    Constricting water surrounds my face
    My lungs burn as they fill...

  • A Dying Spring (4) 5 HM

    by Maple Tree

    Things can't be explained in the dark
    when these old eyes sting from crying...

  • Hunting Season (Haiku String) (3) 2

    by Poet on the Piano

    The cops are afraid
    when Black men move a muscle...

  • Violinist

    by Zlatko Bato Zivkovic

    Violinist
    Of all human evils...

  • Black in Austin.

    by Poet on the Piano

    They don’t call it terrorism
    unless it involves a Muslim...

  • America, never beautiful. (5) 6 HM

    by Poet on the Piano

    We wash our hands with
    the souls of the forgotten...

  • All But A Delectation (1)

    by Nicolette

    My heart is breaking
    My soul is aching...

  • The Flame (2) 2

    by The Forgotten

    There once was a flame that was slowly dying,
    Because of this a girl was crying...

  • ... (3) 4

    by Em (marmite)

    the circumstances surrounding your death heart...
    as you were tied up, wrapped in carpet left...

  • Head of the Line (4) 4

    by Timothy

    Time moves forward,
    There is never a reprieve...

  • Bed Rest

    by flawed diamond

    I want to go there
    I want to be home...

  • Too Young To Be A Dove (3) 1

    by flawed diamond

    Like a flash flood
    Blink of the eye, flash fire...