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Death Poems About Epithalamium

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Poem Details | by peter Onyancha |
Categories: death, dedication, work,

Eulogy for Wangari Maathai


Wangari Maathai is not dead 
I roll back my tear
Peer from my window
Deep the grooming forest

Switch off my radio
Tear the headline
I refuse the epitaph
I write no word

Her monument must sprout 
Beyond the canopy
She died to defend

Let Wangari not die
Mother of mother nature
Where she lives!


Poem Details | by John Allen |
Categories: death, peace, beautiful, beautiful,

From The Sea

Come to me
Annabel Lee
From the Sea, From the Sea

Your life was sorely stolen
flushed cheeks pale and swollen
Away from me you drifted past
The Angel Reaper had come to fast
He took you along
my woe prolonged
No more you for me
No more beautiful Annabel Lee

So here I stood upon the shore
Though the raven qouted Never More
I held my chilling breath
though I wished for my death
Away into the Sea
Went my beautiful Annabel Lee

In this final passing hour
no truth has come to flower
I remain ever alone
stranded here among seaward bone
Harken I to this dark, baleful sky
No answered why, only woeful sigh

Come to me
Annabel Lee
From the Sea, From the Sea