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Death Poems About Abecedarian

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Poem Details | by Dennis Broe-Ward |
Categories: abuse, africa, animal, beautiful, crazy, death of a friend, family,

WHY

The Asian Tiger walks deaths bed, a tenuous thread, 
Shaming us standing ones with maggots in our heads.
The African Rhino and Elephant walk their likewise fate, 
Valued by us as horny dust, adornments for human plates.
It will always forever amaze me, when too late we always say, 
What we regret most in this life... is the treasure we abused on the way.


Poem Details | by anbes rawal |
Categories: age, beautiful, break up, change, death, desire, growth,

DREAMS

when you dream like a child
and you dream as a girl
when moments do arrive 
you've been dreaming all along
 
your friends area all around you
you think they'll help you when you're down
but friendships just betrayal
cause you've been dreaming all along

saying days are just new
getting old but you never knew 
and when moment comes for death
you feel
you've been dreaming all along
 
when you love a girl so much 
and she turns and smiles one day
you say
i wish 
i hadn't been dreaming all along

Poem Details | by Glenn Tilton |
Categories: animal, bereavement, child, childhood, mystery, mythology, scary,

The Green Eye Monster

The green eyed monster is under the bed,
Hopefully it is just in my head!
Now it's in the closet,
Right now I wish it would be struck by a comet.
The green eyed monster is under the bed,
But I know it is just in my head.

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: addiction, confusion, death, depression, grief, sister, sorrow, suicide,

Complicated

Answers left more questions,
But lately I'm all wrong,
Continuing suggestions,
Daydreams to our song,
Even though you're above,
Forgiveness I have given,
Gripping for your love,
Held inside your prison,
Intellect enhanced,
Jerking our regret,
Kept the final chance,
Lying in neglect,
Mainly intoxicated,
Nonsense as a gift,
Obscenely complicated,
Prayers at sea, adrift,
Quiet screams so loud,
Reversed into beginning,
Shameful but proud,
Toward the underpinning,
Underground so safe,
Victim of vaccines,
Weakly misbehaved,
Xanax intervened,
Yawning wide awake,
Zapping good mistakes.


Poem Details | by Daniel Victorian |
Categories: addiction, age, anger, anxiety, baptism, bereavement, best friend,

Phoenix

Like a Phoenix she rose from the ashes.
And her hair was bright red like a flame.
And I can see the fire in her eyes.
And I can see the passion deep inside.
As she lets out a battle cry. And finally 
I can see the love in her heart.