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Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: cat, death,

O, the pain - - -

 
my cat is dead and I weep my heart is broken in a few seconds it was done I felt the life fading from her and she was so still and in her death she was beautiful and utterly at peace and all the pain was gone _________________________________ March 16, 2015 Poetry/Fibonacci/O, the pain Copyright Protected, ID 15-654-563-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym. Entered in Any Poem #32 Contest, sponsor, A Poet Destroyer Honorable Mention


Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: baby, birth, grief, loss, parents, sad,

Arrived Yet Early


Blue

Small

Our child

Our wee girl

Too small to draw breath

She wanted our love so dearly

Could not wait to know us and greet this glorious world

Yet she arrived early, and now sleeps eternal in the security of your arms




~ 2nd Place ~  in the "Writing Challenge January 2019 - Fibonacci" Poetry Contest, Dear Heart, Judge & Sponsor.

* This form is called "Fibonacci" and contains a syllable count of 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21 ... syllables counted at HowManySyllables.com. *


Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: funeral, soldier,

rest now, brave warrior

 
we weep for him a soldier shot dead in Iraq they honour him in soft voices and we stand in quiet stillness, sadness and prayer for this young man who lost his life in a distant country far from home and family _______________________________ March 15, 2015 Fibonacci Submitted to the contest, Your Favorite Poem, sponsor, Carol Eastman First Place

Poem Details | by Kim Merryman |
Categories: community, death, military,

Black Hawk Down

Death
won
that night -
that foggy
night when the Black Hawk
crashed into the murky Santa 
Rosa Sound.  Vigils were held on the beach, candle light
casting an eerie glow through the fog as people prayed for survivors - but there
                                                                                                  were none.                                             

3/13/15
For Rob Carmack's Fibonacci contest.
(This happened on 3/10/15 near where I live. 7 marines and 4 National Guardsmen
lost their lives in a training mission.)


Poem Details | by jun-jun villanueva |
Categories: death,

' MISSING THE OLD DAYS '

Life, Breath - Taken One leg gone Perished in deathbed Diabetes murdered Grandpa Benumbed by ill - gash's agony perforating - dulled Gold medal won after the day of his death reminds me of his only heart memoirs...

Poem Details | by Sara Chansarkar |
Categories: anniversary, death,

Wedding Anniversary

dressed
in
chiffon
hair a bun
with couple loose strands
solitaire around her slim neck
for Anniversary dinner at their seafood place
lost in a concoction of his adoring gaze, music, Merlot and blackened salmon 

knock
on 
the door
she answers
her knees buckle down
mascara runs down in rivers
dressed in black, holding lilies, head hung low—there stands  mom
darling,lets visit his grave before dark—mom says to flooded eyes in an ashen face


Written on:07/21/2016
Contest:'Two Stanzas-Two Only' by Broken Wings

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, life, lost love,

A Lonely Night

Bleak Sky, Dark gray, Charcoal drab, Like an old man's night, New widower beside the grave. Desolate, forlorn, now individual, unattached, Free, at liberty, unconnected, disconnected to life but still alive, pained
Contest:Tons Of Comma Fun Sponsor: Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, faith, inspirational, nature

The Dogwood Tree

Dog
Wood
Dogwood
Dogwood Tree
Many white blooms in spring
Four petals have blood drops on each
These are Christ's head, hands, and feet with the center red berries
Being the bloody crown that was placed on his beautiful brow that drouped in the pain, heat

Poem Details | by don munro |
Categories: death, family,

Last Wishes

Your
last
wishes
assumed all
would go glass-smooth.
But forests are dark places,
and your children are no longer innocent.
Calming
seas
mask storms.
I now shed
my obligation.
So pour your wrath down from above
on
me.
Your heirs
scorn me too.

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death, family, people, sad

THE LONG GOODBYE

With
no
final
words farewell-
some lasting regrets
burn bright in fading memories

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: cancer, grief, husband, i miss you, memory, wedding,

PHOTOGRAPH FRAME

I miss you darling. Our wedding photo stares at me from its silver frame. I lovingly stroke your face, wishing it were for real. Terminal cancer tore you from my arms, but you live in my heart till the day I die. Contest Form F Sponsored by Broken Wings *real counted as 1 syllable as per soup counter – how many syllables shows 2 01~26~17

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: death,

The Monk

She
Said
The monk
Had hovered,
Hooded, faceless. A
Month to the day later, she died.

*based on a true story

Poem Details | by Sandra Hudson |
Categories: death, peace,

not My decision


   Charred
   Charred
   Remains
   URN Confined
   Purposefully stored
   Thrown sometimes in mindful places
   Like parks, lakes and seashores and even green golf courses
   Returning loved ones to rest where they were happiest and most content, forevermore.





Sandra Hudson  1/20/2012
Last line of 21 syllables seems to exceed the allowed space so last word is underneath.

Poem Details | by Butterfly Mantra |
Categories: absence, friendship, loss,

in memory

Bright 
Sun 
Shining
Birds chirping
I swallow hard and
Raise my glass up to honor you
You left this world too soon, my heart is left chasing you
	

In loving memory of A.A.S.
3-13-15
Fibonacci
For poetry contest Sponsor rob carmack

Poem Details | by Samantha-Jane Smith |
Categories: depression,

Depression Always Leads To Death

She would rather want to die,
than be with you.

Nothing in this house would hold her back,
nothing worth keeping.

Nothing in this town is worth staying for,
nothing to look forward too.

Nothing you ever said meant anything to me,
nothing will change the way I think about you.

Depression may just be a word to you,
but to me its my life,
Depression always leads to death.

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death, life, loss, perspective,

THE PHONE CALL

Out
of
the blue-
sudden death
gives life perspectiveand alerts memento mori.

Poem Details | by Colin Marschall |
Categories: death, loss,

Composite Collision

Car
crash,
melded
bodies meet.
Symbiotically joined,
Steel, bone, blood, oil, a maelstrom broth,
curdled by singing shrapnel of temporary hell.
Metal screams breaking the rhythm
of organic song.
Crow's lament
carries
lost
souls



Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: daughter, devotion, introspection, love, mother, sad, sympathy

Sick Child

A 
Child
Sick
With cancer
Upset from illness
Feeling ugly from the hair loss
Depressed feels alienated wants to die because of all
Mother feels all the pain isolation of her daughter, she goes into bathroom shaves head

Poem Details | by Nayda Ivette Negron |
Categories: death,

Black Dress

The
Black
Dress is 
Hanged in the
Closet as symbol 
Of the date that never happened 
Until a day the raiment was wore for burial
Of dreams obliteration and untimely demise of someone who escaped from life








3-5-2016

Poem Details | by Nayda Ivette Negron |
Categories: dark, death, fantasy,

Night Curse

When
Is
Heard the
Screeching sound
At the midnight hour
Is the death messenger calling
Horrorizing the errant souls without destiny
Condemning the victims to a fate of living dead alive through the eternit










3-30-2016

Poem Details | by Colin Marschall |
Categories: death, sad

~Composite Collision~

Car
crash,
melded
bodies meet.
Symbiotically joined,
Steel, bone, blood, oil, a maelstrom broth,
curdled by singing shrapnel of temporary hell.
Metal screams breaking the rhythm
of organic song.
Crow's lament
carries
lost
souls



Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: death, faith, hope, life, love, sympathy, uplifting

REFLECTIONS OF A MORIBUND

Rage
can't
discern
its enemy
when it plays foul;
it's an opaque stage set by fate...     


Gray
hair,
and age
are a curse:
if wisdom and joy
aren't there to feed the soul's warm fire...
  

Love
lives
where there's
the light of trust;
none of us would be
showing kindness in times of need... 


Open
both
arms and greet
whoever mourns;
comfort is a spring,
which quenches the seeker's immense thirst...

  
Death
comes
quickly
to take away
life without mercy;
loss is greater than immortal grief...


Faith
can
dispel
anything,
which conflicts with truth;
hope is the strength of the believer...  


Copyright 2009 by Andrew Crisci

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death,

BEREAVED

Now,
he 
from pain
is set free-
pain for her,went on.

Poem Details | by Leonard Dabydeen |
Categories: betrayal, character, death, emotions,

If

If
you
must die
a solemn
death, image the life
that you portray without fanfare.
Life rich with ambiguities
portends a challenge
what is true
knowing
you
lie.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: confusion, death, history, mother, places, sad, social

The Babies Don't Cry

Cry
Once
Then none
Flint River
Thrown from bridge two small
Babies sister brother drowned
Every time go by I hear the children cry call me
Mother experienced temporary insanity threw them from bridge to swift water