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Poems about Death (51-100)

  • by Lil' Red
    This poem is about a mother's feeling's on the anniversary of the death of her stillborn child.
  • by Morgana
    This is a beautiful, touching poem about the loss of a person loved. But the love never dies.
  • by Lisa Fisher
    Sit at the bedside of a dying woman, and listen for a moment to the thoughts of a loving, devoted, devastated daughter…
  • by Rosebud
    When we lose a friend, we experience a vast array of emotions - loss, pain, anger, wonder, and more... We must come to terms with each of them before we find peace...
  • by Audrey Davis
    Why does God take our children - sometimes before their time? Why does He cast His fate upon us again and again? Only He knows the secret of the "Butterfly and Star".
  • by Rosebud
    Losing a friend to a seemingly senseless death is very difficult. Writing about it may help us to understand it just a bit better...
  • by Michael Anderson
    This is a beautiful poem about life and death, and about the love of a son for his departed father. It's also very much about justice.
  • by James Bowie
    When we reminisce about our departed loved ones, their essence surely lives on within our hearts...
  • by Andrew Carrie
    This poem is about a brother who died in an accident, doing what he loved best.
  • by Adriana Ramirez
    You don't always have to know someone well to love them. And you don't have to know them well to suffer when they die.
  • by Candice Astudillo
    Grandparents are special. Sometimes we get so engrossed in our own lives we may forget that their time with us has limitations. We should all remember to spend as much time with our grandparents as we possibly can - while we can...
  • by Andrew Carrie
    If there is a Purpose for Life, then must there not also be a Purpose for Death? And, in time, perhaps a hope for new Purpose?

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  • by Krista Alley
    We all need the chance to say good-bye. No matter our age…
  • by Jason Powell
    When the pain just won't go away, the night is always the worst…
  • by Deana Powell
    By remembering those we've loved and lost, we can keep them alive in our hearts.
  • by Rhapsodiey Hill
    For some, learning to deal with death is more than just hard. It's traumatic.
  • by Nikki Lenker
    Saying good-bye is an important part of accepting death. Even if the good-bye seems too late.
  • by Darkangel
    The death of a parent makes so little sense to one still young and vital. And the way our society ritualizes that death can be almost as bad.
  • by Jessica Twyman
    Pain isn't always easily expressed, easily put into words. But expressing it is nonetheless an important part of dealing with it.
  • by Sharon Yarborough
    Life and death are different sides of the same coin.
  • by Tim Chambers
    This is a very beautifully crafted poem about the painful loss of a mother.
  • by Yoda's Ghost
    The beautiful poem speaks of a dear love lost, and a life that must continue.
  • by Judy Burnette
    This is a beautiful poem about the immortality bestowed by vivid memory.
  • by Judy Burnette
    Dad TOP 100 Favorite
    This is a beautiful poem about a woman, very simply, missing her father.
  • by Dnh_1998
    What do you do when you discover your brother has AIDS?
  • by William Bough
    This is a beautiful poem of a tragic death, a tribute to a friend.
  • by Faye Jones
    This is a beautiful, heart-felt poem about a husband and wife struggling to survive the loss of their son. But it's also much more than that…
  • by Del
    When a grandfather dies, there are many things we wish we could have said. The beautiful poem is one of them…
  • by Phoebe Moon
    When a friend takes their own life, the grief is compounded by shock.
  • by Nicole Ross
    Memories of a departed friend can be hard. And very comforting.
  • by Amanda Jenkins
    When a child loses someone close, it can take many years to understand and accept the loss.
  • by Kelly Lancor
    Even children die. And parents must find a way to accept and cope and, too, to remember.
  • by Ashley
    Death within a family can bring many emotions, and one too often found is regret…
  • by Judy Hartman
    When a family member dies, especially at a very young age, we can all find comfort in memories of what made them special to us.
  • by A-lepht
    Death isn't the end, and this poem explores the possibilities of new beginnings.
  • by Christina Wiggs
    We ask why, and we rationalize, and still the pain remains…
  • by John Etter
    This lovely poem asks many questions, yet only a single question, and offers no answers, yet the most important answer of all.
  • by Melton Culberth
    This poem is about death and loss, but it's also about remembering the good and the wonderful.
  • by Andrea Hill
    This wonderfully beautiful poem proves that sometimes memories can be so solid we can reach out and touch them. Or, even, listen to them tick.
  • by Ariel Gautreau
    This lovely poem from an 8-year-old will really make you think. And probably cry, too.
  • by Brier
    Life goes on after the death of a spouse, but memories never fade.
  • by Begary
    This poem is about the power of Love. It can't always change reality, or stave off death, but it can keep those we love near to us in ways that matter.
  • by Melissa
    This poem is a touching eulogy, from a young poet to her grandfather.
  • by Andrea Hill
    Death is hard and often cruel, but sometimes the pain and suffering preluding death is even worse. This poem explores the death of a sister, and gives rise to the possibility that maybe death can be relief.
  • by Ted Reynolds
    The death of a close friend is a difficult thing to both endure and remember. Only a talented poet like this one could use memories and metaphor to so beautifully evoke his feelings of loss.
  • by Meghan Flood
    This poem is about the death of a loved grandmother, and about the hope for a spiritual future. It's also very much an admonishment to all of us to cherish those we love while we can.
  • by Christina Pham
    Losing someone we love, for whatever reasons, can raise difficult, unanswerable questions.
  • by Katey Shines
    It's hard to understand the death of a loved one and friend. And sometimes it's also hard to accept…
  • by Tim Chambers
    Death is always a time of sadness, but when the death is of a small child the sadness can be overwhelming.
  • by Amy Richards
    This poem is about the loss of a loved one. But it's also much more than that, as a very talented poet takes us into her heart and not only touches us, but also teaches us.
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