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Death Poems About New York

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Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: death, ireland, new york, sea,


The Titanic set sail from Queens Town in Cork on her maiden voyage to the city of New York. Its sinking cost lives that they couldn't save now those poor souls lie in a watery grave.
Written 27th July 2020 For four lines poetry contest Sponsored by Constance La France.

Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: death,



tune in old movies
and there stand the twin towers

Poem Details | by Erik Spector |
Categories: cute, death of a friend, new york, suicide,


She grabbed my hand from behind
       And said, "Look up at the building;
       I'm thinking of jumping."
       I said, "Man, you should just take a shot;
       Can't you see the walls are crumbling?"
       She skipped right past the guard and left me wondering
       If it was all just in my head.

       Then she side entrance's me to the roof
       and when I tell her she's cute she says,
       "I had a booy-friend.  Now take my hand."
       And I said no.
       "So ready or not here I go."
       I reach out my hand and ask, "What do you want?"
       "Just grow up you.  And wait."
       She takes off one shoe.
       Gets on the ledge.
       And jumped.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: addiction, conflict, dark, death, depression, film, friendship, new york,

Oscar-ku 42 -Midnight Cowboy

code name for hustler
sordid, downbeat, serious—
Joe Buck and Rico

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: death, discrimination, jewish, murder,


             Hasidic Deli Owner
             Giving free candy to children
             His wife-shot dead three minutes later.
             This photograph so pierces my memory.
             Goodness, kindness'rewarded with treachery!

                      January 1,2020
                           5:30 PM