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Poem Details | by Jacqueline R. Mendoza |
Categories: angel, beautiful, beauty, black african american, bridal shower, caregiving, celebrity, childhood, christian, cousin, daughter, death of a friend, devotion, education, environment, father daughter, first love, flower, children, for her, kids, how i feel, little sister, me, mom, mother, native american, nostalgia, people, poets, school, spiritual, student, woman, women, work,

Qualities of Health Engendering Women

They see strengths
Not the limitations
These are people who will make you proud of yourself
They will tell you why you’re special
Trust you to the point you have to answer their expectations
They make you better than you normally are
You can be proud of yourself
They respect you 
For what you’ve done
Where you’ve come from
They see what you’ve experienced something real
Respect you for your courage
They live by their rules
They do not expect you to follow theirs
They are at peace to themselves
They are not proving anything to you
They are good listeners
Sincere in their interest in you
You feel important
They are available for honest
Genuine discussion
Makes you want to share yourself



Poem Details | by Joel Thornton |
Categories: absence, abuse, addiction, dark, hate, nonsense, violence,

delivery of death

Sketch and Freak
Drag and Jonez
Waste life left
Scared to speak
brittle bones.

Poem Details | by Virginia Mitchell |
Categories: bereavement, change, destiny, leaving,

Time

Minutes tick
Calendar pages turn
Decade to decades
The time of appointment
The soul clutches
Death arrives

Poem Details | by Stephen Barry |
Categories: absence, bereavement, childhood, death, growing up, mother son,

List of Ma

Mary Poppins
Glinda the Good Witch
Final curtain call
1000 acre wood
The Irish Jew
Most important women
Unconditional love
Kind, Gentle
Generous, Selfless
Dedicated
Desiderata
Protector, especially
Against great odds
Wide mouth Frog
Costume maker
Self made Women
Bright side of the road
House at Pooh corner
Second hand Rose
Wizard of OZ
Serenity
Roots and wings


Poem Details | by Goode Guy |
Categories: death, introspection, society,

patterned

a freedom-fighter with a gun
a Jihadist with a gun
a lone-wolf with a gun
a redneck with a gun
a survivalist with a gun
a good-guy with a gun
a bad-guy with a gun
a hate-monger with a gun
a vengeance with a gun
a first-person-shooter
vigilantes and vigils 
a patterned proximity

© GoodGuySoul 2015-02-12

Poem Details | by Roman Chebukin |
Categories: adventure, confusion, death, dedication, depression, devotion, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, romance, teen,

Poetry Soup

Not knowing what you want can be pretty sad,
looking around and searching for the unreal is bad.
Than you stumble upon a treasure and find your self in that moment,
a moment that you have been waiting for and hoping to open it.

Poem Details | by Elisheba Yahudah |
Categories: black african american, death, hip hop, meaningful, obituary,

Description

Quickly
Open suggestively
Thought take accusations
Anomalies

Bench faking
Distorted trees
Open baskets
Caskets

Deeply seed
Close proportionally
Who to be
Watched washed criminally

Minded law orders
Gavel pounding heart beat
Engaging ceremonies streets
Blue red purple stories

Back lash freaks
Bullet scraping 
Rimmed concrete
Who to be

Soaked tears adolescence
Skipping detention
Rattle thieves
Bees were is at straight

Con-formalities
Body counting
Recognition
Who that
Be

Poem Details | by Ndubisi Chiagoziem |
Categories: angst, death, depression, philosophy, death, death,

Bedlam Unto Death

Woe unto you, Oh! mortal man
For from amongst your brethren soon shall you depart
Depart and be made whole with the death clan
For death only awaits, when with your brethren you part

Woe unto you, Oh! mortal man
For from before you crept past and fast, life
You,like in an abbatoir, a vegan
Dilly-dallied vainly and in strife

Woe unto you, Oh! mortal man
For you countable days were tempestuous
Uneasy like a swinging fan
And the tales of your life,vicious
For from your bossom erupted volcanoes 
Sprouting forth evermore
Great upthrow and more like  bellows
And you knew peace nevermore

Poem Details | by Robert Gruhn |
Categories: death, hero, military, soldier,

VA DEATH WAITING LIST

Here Lies Veterans Administration Washington D.C. 2014
This government bureau and its chief secretary Shisenki refusing responsibility.
40 Arizona veterans died while on shameful death waiting list.
Chief saying he's "MAD AS HELL", to senate hearing then doing nothing.

Well, Mr. President, its time to fire your VA chief and apologize for this failure.
These brave veterans have been allowed to die needlessly while on your watch.
You need to get a spine and do what it takes to save any more VETS from this horror.
So, Mr. Commander in Chief Obama, please show us you truly are our LEADER.

Copyright © 2014 Robert William Gruhn A.R.R. 


Poem Details | by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr |
Categories: bereavement, best friend,

FUNNY GUY

you are a  gas
you hump bump
and laugh
here is why
your
FUNNY GUY

Poem Details | by Rakib Uddin Ahmed |
Categories: art, caregiving, death, faith, forgiveness, friendship, happiness, life, love, peace, sympathy, work

Asking for a name list

To cry I’ll be able to make
How many people
After my death?
Who are they?
What are they of mine today?
Did I love them?
Did I do for them?
Why they would cry?
Did I cry?
For why? For whom?
Yes, I’m dying soon.

_______________________


May 3, 2010
Kallyanpur, Dhaka
Bangladesh


Poem Details | by Deb Wilson |
Categories: death, love, passion, love, me,

The Gist Of My Bucket List

Before I die I beg to see
a passion built only for me;
a love that's long in destiny
and one that sets me wild and free.

Before I leave this earthly plane
my wish is that I can exclaim
the virtues of love without pain
in rapture pure without disdain.

Before my time here is all done
I need to shine under the sun;
spend life with that special one
sharing laughter,joy and fun.

Before I'm taken 'round the bend
bridges of love I hope to mend
and ecstasy's the force I send
to take me happily to my end.




written by Deb Wilson for contest"Bucket List"




Poem Details | by Paula Moyer |
Categories: confusion, death, depression, loss, mother, sorry, sympathy,

Go Away Baby

One night long ago
I felt as though
You were nothing to me
everybody tried to make me see
I went to a clinic
Where they took you away
Gone forever
You didn't have a chance to pray
I didn't know you
You were to young
You could have lived
You could have clung
You had two feet
And ten tiny toes
You could see 
Until the harsh blows
You're dead now
I chose the wrong way
I made a mistake 
And you had to pay!

Poem Details | by thabiso xulu |
Categories: 11th grade, allusion, death, life, psychological, religion, spiritual,

death

DEATH

HE ROAMS AROUND SUCKING SOULS DRY
CUTTING THROUH TH FACE OF THE EARTH
HE OCCUPIES THE DARK RUINS OF HELL
HIS THE BROTHER OF LIFE
A SON DEVOTED TO EVIL
KILLING HIS BROTHER
TAKING HEIR TO THIS CORRUPT THRONE OF THIS WORLD

HE LOOKS AFAR AT WHA SINS LIFE HAS MADE
AND SILENTLY HE LAUGHS
CURSING THE RIGHTOUS AND MERCIFUL
BUT FOR THEM COMES 
A HAEVEN ,GLORIOSE THEN ANY PARIDISE
FOR THE POOR BECOME RICH
AND SORROWS BECOMES JOY

LIFE DEFIRES DEATH
AND BANNISHES HIM IN THE BOTTOMLESS DARK PIT
WHERE HE SHALL SIN NO MORE

Poem Details | by CLAIRE BURKE |
Categories: death, fear, life, life,

Life after Death

Whispering thoughts dream hopes of afterlife
Born with life to absorb the world without
Explore beauty as to smell it's skin deeply
Lucious loves opposed to fearful fears
Time passes with the sun, moon and spying stars
Growing older as we appear to crack
As an orange forms so perfectly zesty
So fresh and juice mellow ripe - so vibrant
Youthful turns to infinite aging
Time creeps a visit  to the aging orange
Biodegrable within as it withers 
Into the earth of loss and no more another
Humanity seeks authority in life and out
Fear of dark - nothing - unfamiliar; unimaginable
Paying a visit as an orange - just another existance
Never another hence demand your echoes heard



Poem Details | by Leila Hadi |
Categories: confusion, death, depression, fear, life, sad, time,

wish list

I want to experience freedom like I have no masters
to experience life like time doesn't exist
to live humbly and die gracefully
to accept who I am and be proud
to never cry out loud

Poem Details | by Nick Dylan |
Categories: death,

Bucket List

What I want to do before I died?
Once asked I myself.
Live.
This is enough for me.

Poem Details | by brittany martin |
Categories: death, life, loss,

A Year Ago


It was just a year ago...

the skies were blue,
the seas did roar,
the tree who grew
and crows that cowl.
the bells would ring,
the wind would sting,
the snow would fall,
the rodents would crawl
the shifting earth,
the uplifting soul,
that childish mirth,
or that muddy puddle and hole.

I had my kiss,
I had my share,
I had my ride,
I had my hair.
I had my heart,
I had my strength,
I was but smart,
I took things to lenght.

But that was just a year ago...


Poem Details | by Kristin Baker |
Categories: animals, death, food, funny

Cry Pig

Cry pig because you’re about to be slaughtered
Cry pig because people will begin to eat you shortly
Cry pig because you will be in a frying pan soon
Cry pig because you will be served in restaurants tomorrow
Cry pig because you will no longer be with your family
Cry pig because your children will be next
Cry pig because you will suffer through pain to achieve our hunger
Cry pig because you will never die of natural causes
Cry pig because you will no longer have feelings
Cry pig because you will no longer have emotions
Cry pig because your life is over
Cry pig because ours have just begun

Written November 23, 2008

Poem Details | by Teresa Harr-Pena |
Categories: confusion, hope, inspirational, life, lost love, love, sympathy, uplifting, me,

My Only Weakness Is Him

Time to move on
Love has come to an end
A week has passed
Nothing received, nothing to send

More memories to bury
Deep within thy soul
Many years to live
Focusing on my goal

For just a brief moment
I thought there was a chance
To have the man I've always loved
But I only got a glance...of his


body
smile
pain
tears
soft lips
voice
sunglasses
thoughts
hard work
warm hands

and he walked with me just to let me walk away...again

Poem Details | by Karl Sparks |
Categories: death

In The End

Unknowing, 
Unfeeling,
Nothing,
Everything,
Empty,
Alone,
Forgotten,
Never was,
Never is,
Never will be,
Limbo.

Poem Details | by John Bertin |
Categories: death, depression,

The Despairer's Tragedie

Fighting for depression
Crying for depression
Eating for depression
Drinking for depression
Sleeping for depression
Not sleeping for depression
On tranquilizers for depression
In rehab for depression
Hospitalized for depression
On suicide watch for depression
Shock treatment for depression
Memory loss for depression
Broke for depression
Homeless for depression
Fined $314.00 for depression
In jail for depression
Killing for depression
In the newspaper for depression
In court for depression
On death row for depression
Hanged for depression




Poem Details | by SONJA HUGGINS |
Categories: death, life, sad, me, me, time,

Closed Doors

You left me and ran into a room
Like you slammed, locked the door shut
I followed you 
I tried to enter but the door was locked
I banged on the door yelling and screaming please open up 
I just want to see you one last time 
Please don't leave me unlock the door and come out
The door opens 
White light shines so bright 
I see your shadow 
A huge black hole appears and sucks me down to the bottom
I wonder is my time near 
Can this all be so true 
Cold 
Rain drops falls from somewhere
My eyes are full of sorrow and pain all i have to say is
Why you leave me this way........

Poem Details | by Aryana Burns |
Categories: death, lost love, sad, day, day, time,

My Lost Love

Feb 17, 06 is when you left me.
Feb 17, 06 is the last time I saw you.
Feb 17, 06 is a day that I’ll never forget.
Feb 17, 06 is the day that my first love, got killed on my front steps.
Feb 17, 06 was the day we had a big argument.
Feb 17, 06 is the day I said “Forget you”.
Feb 17, 06 is the day I cried the hardest.
Feb 17, 06 is the day you told me that you loved me.
Feb 17, 06 was the first time I saw you in pain.
Feb 17, 06 is the last day of your life.
Feb 17, 06 was a day that I wished we wouldn’t had a fight.
Feb 17, 06 is a day I’ll never forget.
Feb 17, 06 was the last day we kissed.
Feb 17, 06 is the day you left me.


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, death, death of a friend, depression, hope,

After A Death To Do List

life is a struggle after a death, waking up feels traitorous.

the what if’s trot toward you at unexpected times, hard and fast.

the want of a re-do can immobilize you, keeping you unclean for days.

Make this list and keep it somewhere safe, so if the time comes, you
can reach for it.

My To Do  List If Someone I Love Dies:
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10.  Go help someone.