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Poems About: DEATH

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

  • 133.
    Life or Death

    Death is a mystery,
    and life is Suspense.

    The journey to death, read more »

    Pratisha Karki
  • 134.
    love is death without beath

    love is death
    death death you made my love
    that's why your called death
    love love read more »

    viper hyper
  • 135.
    Haiku #1

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    Daniel Cook
  • 136.
    Death Is Soul Specific

    death is individual
    death is soul specific
    death claims communities nations read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 137.
    O death

    Oh, Death, о h Death, oh Death,
    Won't you spare me over til another year

    But what is this, that I cant see read more »

    kaitlin skelding
  • 138.
    Death! death!

    Death! death! where is death?
    Call death here! let me see death.
    What color is death?
    Is it really black? read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 139.
    Death Is Not Changing Anything

    Changing anything is not death.

    Death and change are two different things read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 140.
    Death

    Death is curt, death is cold,
    Death is new, death is old.
    Death is no summer, death is no fall;
    It is for one, it is for all. read more »

    Subroto Chatterjee
  • 141.
    The City Sings the Song of Death

    The City sings the song of Death
    Death that roams in the streets
    Fearless and merciless, its hands smeared with blood
    Its clothes drenched, its desire insatiable read more »

    Abdul Samad
  • 142.
    Death!

    Death.

    Death is without struggles in living life to the fullest. read more »

    Corina Vigil
  • 143.
    Young Deaths

    Old enough to die is old enough to what
    Have toxic chemicals flood your gut
    To twist your body in your womb
    Turn this world into your tomb read more »

    Tim caffery
  • 144.
    Fight

    Men waiting in lines, a face-off
    Think of their lives
    As they stand preparing for death read more »

    True Merritt
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