Poems About Death

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  • On Old Swings 3

    by Mark

    When I return by thought to youthful days;
    I sprightly swing upon those swings again...

  • You are not forgotten (3) 2

    by Dagmar Wilson

    My brush is softly gliding across the canvas
    the color of the sky is cinnamon red...

  • If he, like I, whom view with dimming light:
    The final setting sun within his glass...

  • Come we upon this dying day
    For a friend has gone away...

  • My Goal

    by Mahesh Kachare

    Who Am I?
    I am just a soul...

  • Your heart had started beating.
    Your growth had made a difference...

  • The Final Sunset (6) 4

    by Kitty Cat Lady

    When did life become so slow
    Despite these years I've naught to show...

  • Other than a bone disease, I have been healthy...
    Lately, I have felt like a hypochondriac, because...

  • Road to Fading (5) 3

    by Trampled Angel

    Fading.
    The setting sun...

  • Let Know (1) 2

    by Mark

    Before your ever blackness comes, let know:
    By candle lit, your light lives in new breath...

  • perfect crime

    by redacted_words

    maybe when i'm dead
    they'll talk to me in their dreams...

  • I’m terrified of dying :) (7) 6 WIN

    by (Linda) Leavers

    I feel like the pain I have been waking up with
    since they “removed” my cancer...