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Poems About: DEATH

In this page, poems on / about “death” are listed.

  • 109.
    There Is No Poem For Death


    There is no poem for Death-
    Death has no poem- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 110.
    The Saviour

    Death is the saviour
    Death is certain
    Death is the end
    Death is freedom read more »

    Lois Samba
  • 111.

    Blegh yuck
    Death oh death
    Horible death
    Lovely gory filled death read more »

    Victoria Walls
  • 112.
    Death and Birth

    Death leads to birth rather than birth, to death.
    Birth is close to death and not vice versa.
    Every birth is at the result of a death.
    Death to birth, not birth to death, is the path. read more »

    Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  • 113.

    Death had come.
    Death had killed.
    Death had left.
    Death had taken my friend. read more »

    Christian Guild
  • 114.
    Prepare For Death

    The greatest business of life is to prepare for death.
    Keep your eyes fixed on the end of life.
    What we call life is a journey to death,
    and what we call death is a passport to life. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
  • 115.
    Death-The constant Companion

    Every life ends with death
    Yet unknown is the complexity!
    Death is an enigma! Death is a companion!
    Death is the answer! Death is the beginning! read more »

    Somanathan Iyer
  • 116.
    Death Married Death To Death

    Death looks at the flower, and it screams,
    I am wet, moist and beautiful, look at me.
    Why do I stand here alone, come and beat me,
    I will wait, I will wait you must come over here to speak. read more »

    Is It Poetry
  • 117.
    Life Is Death

    Life is death, death is life
    To live is to die and to die is to live
    Man born of woman has a short time to live
    As we flee to live, towards death we run read more »

    Adedeji Ologbenla
  • 118.
    The Food of Death

    The tongue sings
    The nose smells read more »

    Samuel Eyitayo
  • 119.

    In death there is beauty
    We will sleep like angels
    With the tranquility of innocence read more »

    Bernice W. Wilson
  • 120.
    Life and Death, How Ironic

    Life, it described my Mother
    Life, she was the image
    Life, she was healthy
    Life, she loved every day read more »

    Janice Karp
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