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Poems About: DEATH

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

  • 361.
    The Death Penalty

    Bring back the death penalty screamed a lady as the blood ran, dripping from the cold concrete as her sons blood fled from its body. Bring back, bring back the death penalty screamed a mother as her child dies slowly watching the pools of life fade away from his eyes.

    Bring back, bring back the death penalty screamed a mother while she watched her child being killed by the hands of another man, bring back the death penalty. read more »

    Melvyn Mohan
  • 362.
    Laureate

    DEATH met a little child who cried
    For a bright star which earth denied,
    And Death, so sympathetic, kissed it,
    Saying: 'With me read more »

    Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  • 363.
    WAR AND DEATH

    Good bye my father…..
    I am sorry for not been three for you
    I am sorry Dad, for not making it up to you
    I wish I could help fight the war of death read more »

    ADOLE SYLVANUS
  • 364.
    Funeral

    I want to have my funeral
    But first I need to die
    But not an ordinary death
    You see read more »

    Jennifer Alejandra
  • 365.
    Till Death

    Till death do us part my love
    till death pull us away
    till death ruins our lives
    till death. We Stay! read more »

    Mozafar Ali
  • 366.
    Demise (A Long Way Near)

    I saw death,
    When across night, soul breezes off,
    When thirst hungers my throat,
    And the sullied streaming brooks my messiah read more »

    Adeosun Olamide
  • 367.
    Why Death

    Why you took away my queen?
    If I can ask, I will query death
    Why you took away my queen? Death
    I subbed, I for eternity cry why? Death read more »

    Bello Hamisu Ida
  • 368.
    i Saw a Woman

    i saw a woman
    Dancing on her grave
    She smiled and sang
    La la lee read more »

    Deci Hernandez
  • 369.
    When Death

    (Yet another early work - one month shy of 17)

    When death is coming up your walk,
    And you're unaware of his escence, read more »

    Michael Troy Buffo
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