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Poem Details | by Jason Schropp |
Categories: business, conflict, freedom, grave, money, power, symbolism,

hip hop won't die

 some days I'm neither decisive nor constant still in mid step advancing parallel combining 
 due stress pre-tense in depth, feign fair, fair is not love nor hate,objecting 
 lines turning war torn due reputations proceeding by stride and sweat pourn ,
 but the clocks  harder at  self gaining advantage and foolish lost to 
 insincerity,  caused by quotes barley  examples of thought misunderstood .


Poem Details | by Jina LaMear |
Categories: death, life, loss,

BURIAL AT SEA

BURIAL AT SEA

A poem by Jina Mahalatinia

I witnessed Mama's body
As Angels worked her flesh
Preparing her for death.
And when her flesh was pieces
She was scared of being eaten
(Remembering Viking spears
That killed, not ate, those fish)
So I cried to soothe her fears.

Poem Details | by Kaywana Ollivierre |
Categories: death, fear, life, life,

Life is getting rough

  Life is getting Rough
Now in life looking forward to another day
Is like being dead another way
Life is getting rough
Life is getting tough
They say we better off alive
But we better off to die

Cost of living is rising
Yet salaries declining
Children Starving
Poverty increasing 
Parents striving
Life decreasing

What are we looking for in life
I think it's too late to think twice
Because today I am alive
Tomorrow I DIE
So everyday live life with no expectancy
Because tomorrow , we can't depend on 

Thank you.

Poem Details | by Malcolm Brooks |
Categories: adventure, black african american, death, future, judgement, poetry, success,

Sleep Is The Cousin Of Death

I stay up through the nights
Will I get to eat tonight
Will I see the day I turn 21
One-Day will I feel the pain of a gun
Will I die young

Am I asking to many questions
Does everything happen for a reason
Is everything I go through one of Gods lessons
Will I go to Heaven

I stay up through the nights
Will I reach new heights
Lord tell me everything will be alright
Now I think I want to be in love with the lights
I just don’t want to fall to a Price
Lord tell me everything will be alright

I stay up through the night
My eyes are getting heavy
Am I ready to sleep
Because Sleep Could be Deadly


Poem Details | by Srujana Satyavada |
Categories: cry, grief, hindi, inspiration, life, loss,

Kalam- kabhi socha na tha

Logon ko ekjut kar raha tha, kabhi socha na tha.
‘Missile’ udaane chala,
Logon ko ek misaal de raha tha, kabhi socha na tha.
Daudta chala, girta chala, sambhalta chala, phir udta chala.
Akela chala jaa raha tha,
Karodon log mere saath chalne lagenge, kabhi socha na tha.
Main bas kuch lafz bol raha tha,
Log use kuraan maan baithenge, kabhi socha na tha.
Aankhen band kar aakhri saansein gin raha tha,
Kuch ummeed bhari aankho ko aansuon se bhar chala jaa raha tha, kabhi socha na tha, kabhi socha na tha.

- Srujana Satyavada


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Poem Details | by TSHEPO MBHELE |
Categories: death, death of a friend, funeral, funny, grave, hilarious, loss,

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT:BY TSHEPO MBHELE

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR DEATH ANNOUNCED?
A POOL PARTY WITH A BALL THAT WAS BOUNCED
OR TO GO TO THE BAR
ON YOUR BRAND NEW CAR

WHEN YOU FINALLY DECIDE TO DIE
I WONT EVEN PASS BY
IT DOESN’T REALLY BOTHER ME
BECAUSE WHEN YOU WERE ALIVE I LET YOU BE

YOUR NEW HOME
WILL DEFINETLY NOT BE ROME
OR EVEN A SMALL PALACE
JUST BECAUSE YOU WERE CARELESS

SOME WILL DANCE AND SOME WILL CRY
SOME WILL COME JUST TO SAY GOOD BYE
EVEN IF IT IS A DARE
 I DON’T CARE

Poem Details | by ESTHER MUCHAI |
Categories: anniversary, grief, i miss you, memorial day,

I MISS YOU

I MISS YOU
I miss you
When the wind whistles
I hear you call my name
I turn,turn and turn again
Forever you are gone

I miss you
When the aroma fills the air
Memories of you fine cooking
I hunger, empty stomach pains
Forever you are gone

I miss you
When I late for Sunday service
Wish you were here to wake me
I rush, skip and jump to church
Forever you are gone

I miss you
When bad words slip my tongue
A scold, a spank you would give
To keep me straight, right and up
Forever you are gone

Forever you are gone
And forever I’ll miss you
Your name my name
Somehow you still liveth in me
And your dream I will finish.









Poem Details | by Anissa Turner |
Categories: death, loss, memory, mom, uplifting,

My Dear Mother

                    There is no other like my dear mother. 

    She was there when I laughed or cried. And she was there when my
infant son had died.

    She was there if I was happy or sad. And still loved me whether I
was good or bad.

    Now that she's gone, she has left her middle name for me to carry
on.

    To me, it's just a simple reminder, that there is no other like my dear
mother.


Poem Details | by Delphine Brandon |
Categories: freedom, sympathy,

You Got Your Wings

Your many worries, your greatest fears 
The lonely nights, your many tears
The saddest moments, your happy days
Your many journeys traveled different ways
Leaving behind earthly things
Don't fret now you Got Your Wings.

Your tons of desires, your selfless acts
The sleepless nights, the lovely facts
Your fulfilled life, our dying hearts
Broken info pieces the day you part
Leaving behind earthly things
Don't fret now you Got Your Wings.

Your nights of suffering, your days of pain
Praying for comfort in his name 
Your prayers were heard and answered too
God opened his arms and welcomed you
Leaving behind earthly things
Don't fret now You Got Your Wings

Poem Details | by Liza Salmon |
Categories: childhood, confusion, courage, death, freedom, write, people, life, people,

Rythem in Life

Is it the rhythm in life
That we have issues and strife
The rhythm in life is a beat
A beat that puts you heart out in the street
The street is where it all goes down
It goes down to make you frown  
Some people laugh and play 
Other people sit and stay  
We all want to wear it 
And even compare it 
In my room sometime strain at the wall 
In my mind hear my conscience call
In life alone 
We don’t pick up the phone
And we lose the milestone 
The trust of the fact that 
We are not all that!

Poem Details | by Anthony Crisafulli |
Categories: death, family,

The End of a Nuclear Family

Dad had the cancer and died in the spring
Mom had a bummer and died early that summer
By time it was fall sister hung from a tree
Now why’s everybody, looking a me?

Poem Details | by TAMMY REAMS |
Categories: blessing, christian, death, funeral, god, heaven, jesus,

Glorify

When I close my eyes for one last time
His bright light I will see
His glory will shine upon me
His calming warmth will set me free
His grace and love will rest upon me

With his one touch
I have wings that will envelop me
His voice I hear as a whisper
Calling me home to be with him
I take his hand and glorify him

Glorify his name
No pain
No sadness
No fear
No shame
No darkness

Glorify his name in Jesus We Pray

T Reams for my wonderful Father

Poem Details | by Liza Salmon |
Categories: adventure, black african american, childhood, courage, death, dedication, religious,

Sierra Leone - A long way gone book by Ishmael Baeh

South province where Mattru jong is located!
    
Intriguing issues as a young boy!
    
Escaped from drugs and the war!
   
Rebels – They don’t agree with the government and think    everyone is the enemy!
     
Ready to start over!
    
A lhaji close friend of Ishmael!
    
Lonely waking around by himself at the age of 12!
   
Evaluated but never understood!
  
One world with terrible memories!
    

Never being able to let go of  memories! 
           

Elated  at being with his uncle!

Poem Details | by brandi foote |
Categories: death, memory, miss you, mother, mother daughter,

To My Mother RIP

We've had our differences, we've had our fights,
Now you're gone, yet I’m doin alright.
A month and ten days it'll be four years,
I miss you mom, and I wish you were here.
It was crazy times and a war,
But I still wish you were here and we'd party at the bar.
I think of you often and miss your voice,
But it's not like we had any other choice.
One day we shall meet again,
And who knows... Maybe next time we could be friends.

Love you. R.I.P. Teresa Marie Reese (8/13/1964-8/18/2009)

Poem Details | by Constantinos Grigoriadis |
Categories: happiness, life, love, passion, philosophy, sympathy,

Mystic dialogue

There are some dreams that you don't see during the night 
You can just imagine. 
There are some words that you don't hear 
You feel these if you look somebody in the eyes. 
There are some loves that you don't get with a kiss or a hug 
You can touch these with your soul. 

If you can see what you can't see with your eyes 
If you can hear what you can't hear with your ears 
If you can touch what you can't touch with your hands 

Then I will not speak anymore 
Then you will not speak anymore 

Then will speak only our hearts  


Copyright Constantinos Grigoriadis © All rights reserved

Poem Details | by VICTOR BUN |
Categories: courage, death, dream, faith, farewell, funeral, goodbye, hope, inspirational, journey, lost, lost love, memory, pain, passion, sympathy, tribute, beautiful, angel, angel, beautiful,

In your memory

Thank you for the beautiful memory
you left on my mind
you are not dead
 but you are not here,

to me you are gone,
cos i cant feel you the way i used to,
everything you used to do are left untouched
the space you ocupied is empty,

our yesterday is fading away like the rainbow
so beautiful but so short,
how can i forget the endless yesterday?
when you are here with me.


in loving memory of my sister (you are not an angel but you did what an angel can do,you fly to heaven.)

Poem Details | by Delphine Plaskett |
Categories: betrayal, death, gothic, life, senses,

Life Sucks


Life sucks.
Plucks you from your mother's belly
Weans, silks your skin, 
Fondly toys with you 
and grows you.

Life sucks.
Slyly beguiles you 
To mate, create,
Spit out your genes.
In moments of sin or folly.

Life sucks.
Soon, too soon, it pounces.
And plays a while,
Scratches out your eyes,
Crumples your bones.

Life Sucks.
Finally tiring of you
Life licks out your soul 
With greedy slurps,
Smacks its lips, then burps!

Poem Details | by Shawn Munoz |
Categories: bereavement, death, deep, eulogy, goodbye, heartbroken, memory,

Kinley Raine Evans

Little Kinley Raine warrior of light,
When you came into this world
You came in ready to fight.

Our thoughts were full of Prayers 
hoping for you to have a chance,
Although we were on a mental coaster
We held our ground with a positive stance.

After a Month God decided it was to soon
for you to stay with us and bloom,
It's hard for all of us but we understand
other plans were in-store for you.

My little niece meeting you was a pleasure, 
I wish we could've spent more time together.
Kinley we love you and miss your adorable
face, When you get a chances to sneak away
come back down here and give us a spiritual
Embrace. R.I.P Kinley Raine.

Poem Details | by jeffery scott |
Categories: death, men, pain, strength, veterans day, violence, war,

war

i wittnessed a war just yesterday,
being the reason for much dismay,
i'm sorry for all the death and blood,
and all the soldiers in the mud,
i wish i could stop it just can't be done,
i'll need everybody including a nun,
i'll need jesus to forgive our sins,
that knock us down like bowling pins,
i'll need everybody to read this poem,
in hopes that all the soldiers get back home.

Poem Details | by PEGGY MAKOENA |
Categories: absence, anniversary, beautiful, bereavement, creation, day, encouraging,

BORN TO LEAD

BORN TO LEAD

HE IS A LEADER
BORN TO LEAD  AND RULE
MOSTLY TO MAKE ODERS
HE HAS THE BLOOD OF THE LAND RUNNING THROUGH HIS VEINS
HE HAS A HEART THAT BELONGS TO THE KING OF THE JUNGLE
WHEN HE ROARS ATTENTION IS SEEKED
HE IS THE CHOSEN ONE
HE IS TO SACRIFICE HIS BELONGINGS TO BUILD A NATION
HE WITHSTANDS EVERY OBSTACLE IN HIS WAY
THE MAIN POINT BEING TO UNITE THE WHOLE NATION
HE IS A MAN OF RIDE
A BOOK OF VALUABLE CONTENT
BUT STILL CARRIES THE PRIDE OF THE NATION ON HIS SHOULDERS
BUT MOSTLY TO MAKE UNITY STAND

BORN TO LEAD....
BORN TO LEAD

Poem Details | by dreamersis poems |
Categories: body, death, emotions, suicide,

tear drop

Light as a feather, sensing the wind passing fast
And feeling free from everything at last
Happiness and joy have found their way
And in her soul they’ll forever stay
The long trail of memories passing by
Every word he said and every lie
Everything that was hunting her was gone
Leaving her spirit pure and as white as a swan
All her emotions were confused
To this big mix of feelings she wasn't used
Should she laugh? Should she cry?
Nothing matters anymore when you’re in the sky
But now she’s had enough and wants to stop
And it’s too late because she hit the ground like a tear drop.

Poem Details | by Margie Pierson |
Categories: death, grandmother, grief, how i feel, loss, missing you,

A Special Place

Does it still matter?
Do we still care?
Could we open our eyes and see you standing there?
Have you really gone to a much better place?
Have you yet seen a familiar face?
Will we someday see you again?
Where there are women and there are men?
Higher than the birds can fly, way up in the sky.
Over the rainbow and through the clouds,
Could we again hear you laugh out loud?
Where i shall see you and you shall see me,
A place where everything and everyone shall be free.
A place for you and a place for me.

Poem Details | by Tamilyn Love |
Categories: allusion, break up, emotions, feelings, grief, how i feel, spoken word,

This Flame

I'm here holding on but trying to let go
Afraid to loose my grip And fall back to you below
I can not say the feelings that I hide
There is an emptiness
A darkness
Lighting flames on each side
I am laying here looking up wondering how I fell
Can I get back on two feet 
Or am I forever stuck in Hell
These tears are holding memories
One by one falling down
Dripping into a love cemetery 
Buried deep under ground
That flame is spreading lighting each end
Burning together and snapping at the bend
Ashes falling are carried through the air
Gently flowing each other's love
Spreading everywhere

Poem Details | by Dustin Craig |
Categories: death, fantasy, fear, introspection,

Sociopath in the Forest

Amongst the mysterious and gloomy forest
Begets a creature so cruel and ferocious
Consciously aware of its own destructive behavior
Deceptive in nature; unforgiving at heart
Enchanting the woodlands like a corrupted hermit
Fantasy twisted; reality tainted
Gremlins, Ghouls, and Goblins lurking from afar
Haplessly awaiting for the beast to collapse
Imminent death for ones with black hearts
Justifying their existence based on ego and pride
Killing themselves, not just others
Laughing along the way to an eternal plane of misery

Poem Details | by Alyssa Marie |
Categories: absence, angel, brother, death, dream, heart, sky,

Heaven Is Your New Home

As the sunrise shines upon my face
A teardrop falls from my eye
The warmth gives me comfort
I feel your presence
What else to represent you besides the sun
The most powerful source of energy in the sky
I look away, what do I see, 
The moon, opposite the sun
Look in between night and day, the clouds move in fast toward me 
It's mid day
Still you consume my entire mind
You're in my dreams; day and night
Our initials, P.M. A.M.; night and day, like our personalities, yet one. 
Opposites attract. 
Brother and sister, best friends at birth
No longer are you with me on earth 
My angel in the sky
Your new home is Heaven