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Death Poems About Honey

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Poem Details | by Christie Morris |
Categories: death, funny, girlfriend-boyfriend, introspection, life, love, nature,

Relax Honey The Worms Will Play

Relax Honey... The Worms Will Play!

Oh honey one day,
We will both part;
To rot in graves,
And waste away:
Playing with worms,
And dancing with maggots,
As they climb all around.
Relax love all is well!
Soon we'll be down bellow,
Cavorting with the others, under the ground.


Poem Details | by B. Maxine Revolution |
Categories: dark, eulogy,

Honey Im home

Honey I'm home..
but only echoes greet me.
the only smiles shown
are broken memories laid anyway but discreetly
silence is my new found spouse
the only weather I notice is my tear soaked blouse
the only thing I hear is mumbled noises from my mouth
the only food in my fridge is fear
I seer and season it it with my blues
everything in here including myself are askew
looking for my honey and all I found was bees
living in a hive of horrors
when once living but a dream
I dont even fight time
without you this life is not mine
still I scream the same question still
looking for my love my honey who has been killed.

1/22/14
B. Maxine

Poem Details | by Evan Shaw |
Categories: death, stress,

Honey

 This is dedicated to my grandparents' late dog, Honey. Enjoy! 

Honey
Last breath, 
on the patio,
 one more request.
 Going into a forever rest, a deep, dark sleep.
We all know why you have left us,
 you have stumbled upon an opportunity to be relieved of your pain,
 as you have had to deal with it since 6 years old.
 A dog that will forever be missed, as one of which we can be proud to call family.
 You didn’t give up, and that is all that matters.
 You tried but you just couldn't hold on anymore, and worst of all… 
Grandpa thinks it was all his fault.

Poem Details | by MAHTAB BANGALEE |
Categories: grief, hate, life, love, myth,

Honey Is Bitterly Sweet In Fictitious Love

(Greek Hero Agamemnon Part)

Love has gone for victory

Fate 
made the love blind for victory
and slain the innocent heir

oh the game of goddess

the remained love
weaved the hive for another love philter

honey
bitterly sweet in fictitious love!

fate
slain the coming back love
secretly!

the flies,
black flies
made oblige to wear the cloth of repentance
till last breath

for the love
victory
got shy to come back

oh the fate
again came on the hand of innocent rest heir

the sky,
the ground,
the air,
the fire,
the ocean,
all were stained with the fresh slain blood!


-January 16, 2020 Chattogram