Poems About Death

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  • Sayama Hills 3

    by Saakiel

    Golden week when children play,
    I see no shadow in tall grasses wave...

  • No point to bide, the poor man died;
    for what it’s worth, at least he tried...

  • Just a mortar bomb this time (1) 1

    by nourayasmine

    "Wait for me
    outside the school...

  • No Beauty Here (4) 3

    by Tony Grannell

    It was a mere tease till morning,
    the August sun easing an awe...

  • Our Terrorist Departed 3

    by Tony Grannell

    Who’ll care for him, attend his needs,
    who’ll try to put him at his ease...

  • Deaths Love Triangle 1

    by BEJohnson

    She laid there cold and alone
    with her suicide note gripped tight...

  • Winter Hell 2

    by Timothy

    The frigidity takes me, and leaves me breathless,
    Scurrying around me, leaving me defenseless...

  • Blackened Fairy Tale

    by BEJohnson

    You could once see the emptiness in his eyes
    As he rocked her body close to his...

  • Piece Of White Lace (1) 1

    by BEJohnson

    There comes a point in life
    When a precious life is lost...

  • King Death 1

    by cantchangeme

    "Who are you" speaks the king
    "I am death and but a small little thing...

  • As I continue to traverse the vast expanse of the...
    I can't help but remain wary of the providence...

  • Sometimes it feels like my soul is a record...
    Not some fancy state-of-the-art machinery...