Poems about Death poems

Read poems about Death from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Death by going to the submit poem page.

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My Mother by Carol Bodenham

Look up to the sky.Now tell me what you see.A cloud, the moon, possibly the sun.Many answers there will be.When I look up to the sky, I'll tell you what I see.I see my mother, And she'

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I'm Here by James P. Graham

Sleep now, my angel, and rest your eyes.Mommy must say her last goodbyes.Please don't be sad, and please don't cry.Mommy will give you the wings to fly.If you don't want to say goodbye,Mom

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Missing My Sister And Best Friend by Belinda Stotler

One morning I found you in eternal sleep; I tried to wake you as I began to weep,But all my pleas you could not hear.Oh, if I could have only kept you near,Away from the voices of those who we

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Stillness by Audrey Klatkiewicz

Eternal lights flickerIn a distant sky.Where have you gone;Why did you die?When I first saw you,You stole my heart,And until this awful day,We have never been apart.I look to the h

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Wish You Were Here by Diana Doyle

Three months have passed.I'll never forget the daySomeone rang to tell meThat you'd gone away.The hurt is the same,Like an open wound.There are daysI don't utter a sound.Some days

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As One by Samantha M. Hann

It's okay to miss you, It's okay to cry.Just know I'll never forget you.This isn't a permanent goodbye. Sometimes I sit and wonderIf you are standing by my side, Giving me the courageT

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I Miss You, Grandma by Michelle Williams

I think about you all the time,And every day it hurts to cry.So much has happened in my life.I'm not sure how hard to try.Tears are falling constantly.My heart hurts every day.I think ab

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Dad, What's It Like In Heaven? by Pat A. Fleming

If time exists in heaven,Do you still rise with the sun?Do you and Mom share breakfastBefore your day has begun?Can the heavens hear your laughterAs you sit and reminisceAbout the time w

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If I Could Hear Her by Carolyn Ferreira

I see your teardrops falling.I hear you cry my name.I know you cannot see me,but I hold you just the same.I watch as you lie abedas restless as can be.I hear your whispered wordsas you

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For My Brother by Shelly Domenici

You left withoutWarning.Gone so fast.Now all we haveAre memoriesOf our past.You are loved by so many.You might notHave known,But in our heartsIs whereYou have grown.The mem

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Grandpa by Lisa D. Scott

Dear Grandpa,I don't want you to worry about me.This was the plan from the very first day.God told me to trust him, you see,To believe and trust his way.When Mommy told you about me,I

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Missing Mama by Claudia Lee

I awake each morning to start a new day,But the pain of losing you never goes away.I go about the things I have to do, And as the hours pass, I think again of you.I want to call you and just h

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