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Death Poems About Honest

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Poem Details | by Dean Marais |
Categories: death, devotion, faith, god, heart, life, spiritual,

Intellectually Honest

For me...

It's God 
In my heart
A gun
In my mouth.

Poem Details | by Laura Evans |
Categories: angst, death, depression, loss, sad

To Be Honest

To be honest, I am not sure who I am praying to. Maybe I am talking to myself but...
To be honest, I can not take it anymore.
My life is a failure, I feel like a...
To be honest, I want to quit.
I want to quit hurting me; I want to quit hurting them.
To be honest, I do not know what to do.
For the first time, I am really lost.
To be honest, I do not know if anyone hears me.
But if someone hears, please come find me.

Poem Details | by Kaveesha Ruwindi |
Categories: death, death of a friend, feelings, loss,

The Honest Heart

The honest heart says,
I love you...
The honest heart weeps,
I need you...
But the heart of heart you had
I cannot make it beat...
The honest heart regrets,
guilt echoes through my heart...
The honest heart whispers,
I should've spoken more...
The honest heart feels,
I miss you...
And the honest heart wishes,
whole heaven for you.

for Rudi Meier. Rest in peace, dearest friend.

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: death, prayer, truth,

Were we honest

A bird flies high
  A baby cries
A mother sighs
  A soldier dies

A river runs
  Up comes the sun
At the point of a gun
  His life is done

Children play
  Worshipers pray
Palm trees sway
  A bullet did slay

Lovers linger in bed
  Tender words are said
His wound fairly bled
  'Till he was stone-cold dead

We say that we care
  Solemnly offer a prayer
Were we honest
  We wouldn't dare