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Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: appreciation, bird, birth, death, life, spiritual, symbolism,

Like A Phoenix

To live forever like the phoenix; To re-taste the process of birth; From the cleansing flames, to rise Knowing death is no end; An eternal soul On a journey May just find Supreme Bliss.


Poem Details | by Jo Daniel |
Categories: grief, pain,

Numb With Grief

At night, I w e e p, unable to s l e e p (The day somehow passes in pain) Alone with none to comfort memories flood my mind flowing out as dreams built of gravestones Sorrow chasm numbs all pain
27th April, 2017 (Note: 'gravestones' counted as 2 syllables, and not 3 syllables as wrongly mentioned in howmanysyllables.com) For contest: Form N - Ninette or Nonet Sponsor: Broken Wings

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: christmas, grief, missing you, sad,

SAD CHRISTMAS WITHOUT YOU

There’s an empty space at the table I have a ready meal for one It’s the first year without you I can’t prepare a meal Now I’m on my own I’m grief stricken Sweet angel I miss You. This Christmas I’m alone. My family Live so far away They sent me some presents But they remain un-opened There’s bound to be white handkerchiefs … They’ll be useful to mop up my tears. Checked with how many syllables - 45 per stanza It’s Christmas Time Again Contest Sponsored by Broken Wings 11-28-17

Poem Details | by Connie Marcum Wong |
Categories: autumn, beauty, death, joy, september,

September Nonet Contest

Chill of fall is in the air as summer's greens retreat to keep, until again she will joyously repeat her shades of verdant hues among the leaves of elated trees that sing in Sun. Yet every season bestows its joy as autumn guilds the leaves in gold, in rust and crimson too, in majesty death beholds. A harvest of the seeds we have sown we reap in divine gifts. 8-24-19 ~First Place~


Poem Details | by HGarvey Daniel Esquire |
Categories: death, god, jesus, life, love,

Before Death - After Life

           Before Death
With pain and sorrow, I share my bed
I cry to know that I am dead
Empty tears Forever shed
Eons of Eternity
The sins of passion
Lust and deceit
Can only
End in
Death
           After Life
Walking the rainbows, talking with GOD
God's Loving Heart, He shares with me
Destiny - Eternity
Eons of Forever
His Love, Light, Life: shines
Thank-YOU JESUS
GOD's Glory
LENORE
LIFE

Dedicated to Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

AUTHOR NOTE: Two concepts in one POEM
With the same Form I have several more in
Haiku, Senryu, Crystalline, and Quatern








Poem Details | by Annalise Brigham...a.k.a. Audrey Haick |
Categories: death, nature, people, sadprayer,

The Death Express - Tsunami

Who can withstand the force of nature,
When conflicting powers oppose?
Hidden energy ignites
Shocking earth’s row of plates
Shoving them aside
Propels great sea
Unrestrained
Express
Death

~*~
03/12/11

As you read this, please say a prayer for the people of Japan
that the ones who survived will have the strength and courage 
to go on after this harrowing experience.

Poem Details | by Kiran Bantawa |
Categories: age, death, grandfather, life,

Old Age

Thumbnails of memories we rewind.

Reel of real life has come to halt.

The old age is the time for

Shaking hands, blurring eyes

To share one's know-hows

And prepare for

Soul's transmute

From the 

Chest.

Poem Details | by jun-jun villanueva |
Categories: death, devotion, faith, religion,

' JUDGEMENT inside the PURGATORY '

~*~ ~*~ ~*~ erred against God's omnipotent will sacrosanct commandments profaned myriad chances bestowed squandered - still sins exist all are imperfect but must do good now, squealing being JUDGED. =========================================== jun-jun villanueva IMAGINATION < June 09,2012 ---- 7:58pm philippine time>

Poem Details | by Holly Smith |
Categories: america, death, freedom, patriotic,

Death of Freedom

(Nonet)



The heart of the eagle fills with grief
as she flies over our nation
and sees the death of freedom.
Her tears fall over all
America, land
of tyranny,
no longer
of the
free.

June 16, 2013

Poem Details | by Mark J. Halliday |
Categories: death, fear, horror, ocean, prayer, storm, water,

Descent Into The Maelstrom

The maelstrom keeps pulling me inwards,
Whirlpool's spinning slowly downwards.
My strength is waning quickly;
Hope’s waning silently.
Perceive no rescue;
No help’s in view.
Life I'll misss.
Abyss;
Void

Poem Details | by John Michaels |
Categories: bereavement, goodbye, grave, grief, loss, miss you,

Resting Place

I visit your final resting place and my emotions come unbound. I pause just for a moment and make barely a sound. Whisper a few words; nothing profound. Repose, peace, newfound. Sleep.

Poem Details | by Linda-Marie SweetHeart |
Categories: death, me,

Spiritual Struggle

"Spiritual Struggle" Part One - Visit to Hell fiery flames tantalized torment screams of horror choked inside throat demons danced inviting souls gripped into fear and fright pitchforks pierced sweet flesh no mercy shown dark dungeon devil feasts ... Part Two - Salvation from Heaven saved prayers heard miracle God is Greater most powerful Being loves me with all my flaws enfolds me in His safe arms grace has rescued a wanton heart love is stronger than essence of Death ... *For P.D.'s To Hell and Back Contest ... *Written by: Linda-Marie The "Sweetheart" of P.S. ...

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: death, devotion, faith, husband, life, love, wife

Message in a Bottle-Rite-Cecil

Since you found my words, my seal was tight.
Please read, do not have any fright.
These words, be my last, tonight.
To my wife, heavens lights,
I have taken flight.
No longer fight,
Our twelfth night,
Ignites
Rite 


written for

Sponsor Linda-Marie The Sweetheart of P.S. 
Contest Name "MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE" 

Poem Details | by Iman Roy |
Categories: life, passion, time

My Wishes' Grave

Science and fiction can’t go hand in hand
Today, I feel tomorrow’s end
Beauty, wealth and stealth offend
My wild nature dreaming,
I see the planets
And the stars, moon
Through fake eyes
Lonely
Me.


The sky is wet, and so are my eyes
When morning hopes are beautiful
Summer springs call winter blues,
I sit by the window
And think to myself,
Scarlet hearts weep,
But I am
Blissful
If,


Today was passion, yesterday love
Guilty would smile from far above,
Fate and time would be confined
As my words would define 
All I ever sought,
The life I see
Life I want,
Unlike 
Now





~~For the contest 'A Journey Back In Time'~~


Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: angel, bereavement, cancer, mother daughter, perspective, sister, spiritual,

Life From Cancer


Cancer had taken her hopes and dreams.
All pain gone, we felt her relief.  
From another plane, her heart
Leapt with unbridled joy
 Reattached again
To her Soul Mate
Finding her
Sassy
Self

Poem Details | by Rhoda Tripp |
Categories: dark, death, destiny, introspection, judgement, religious, spiritual,

Immortality

Contemplating immortality.
Reincarnation, flattering.
Eternity, appealing.
Cosmic intervention?
Everlasting life?
Only death knows.
Awaiting.
Tick tock.
Done.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, humorous, life,

Its Own Flack

If I'd known, I would live to this age I'd taken better care of me Times when I walk, my hip croaks At once my knee slips~ cracks It has its own flack Then my neck pops Down I flop Saying Heck I Decide It is time Death could visit Need a bucket list A trip to Oregon first No! Mark that off~Can't do that I suffer from motion sickness That barf bag would ruin the whole day
Sponsor: Dr. Ram Mehta Contest: Nonet Form Written October 6, 2013 Croak~Making a deep sound Flack~publicity(the noise publicizes old age) Bucket List~A list of what a person wants to do before they die Barf~Vomit

Poem Details | by shane solomon |
Categories: death, fantasy,

Fowl Games

The wicked crow stared through my window
Cawed and beckoned with teasing eyes
Letting his beak tap lightly
Soaring through the darkness
Bringing with him Death
To steal a life
Take a soul
Burry
Me

Poem Details | by Tanya Harrington |
Categories: death,

Trapped Souls

The Judgement came, with a ghastly boom.
The righteous awaited glory.
The iniquitous felt shame.
They had fallen from grace.
Darkness engulfed them.
Their punishment
was to stay
as trapped
souls.

Tanya Harrington
©  06-11-2012
Imagination Contest

Poem Details | by Tahera Mannan |
Categories: introspection

Message In A Bottle-Death-Tahera

I have at last reached this divine shore
Where no man has ever set foot
No dirty trash can be found
In this peaceful retreat
Nature's soft silence
As peace returns
On tip toes
To meet
Death

Poem Details | by John Michaels |
Categories: bereavement, death, grave, mother son, sad, tribute,

Dust to Dust

Ivory-clad finger carves a path; signs of neglect incur her wrath. Minuscule motes swirl aloft; lungs are clogged as hands waft. Blanket covers all on floor and wall. Was just fine, this shrine: mine. ------------------------------------------ March 2017 For the "Dust" contest sponsored by Shadow Hamilton - Ninth Place.

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death,

Eggcellent Way

The hen before she eggpires wants to Egghume all wrongs, eggpiate what Are possible, ask living Forgiveness, before her Eggodus from earth She eggudes Forgiveness Toward All
Sponsor:Black Eyed Susan Contest:Eggs, but no epulaeryus

Poem Details | by Michael Higginbotham |
Categories: allegory, death, fear, life, loss, philosophy, religion,

ATROPOS


Shears, indifferent where the fibers led,
She wielded innocent of dread,
Cutting what her sisters fed.
Slicing each fragile thread,
Thickened puddles spread,
steaming and red,
As he bled,
In bed.
Dead.





Rhymed Nonet



Poem Details | by Dawn kilby |
Categories: death, depression, fantasy, husband, life, loss, lost love, love, sad, wifewife, halloween,

The Spirit of Ruby Anne

This was written for Halloween :P



A silent, roaming apparition
Was the wife of a physician
While away on a mission
He married a magician
Without permission
His volition
Sliced open
His wife's
Heart.

The wife never loved another man
Poor, broken-hearted Ruby Anne
She died one day in Cheyenne
Now, everyday, you can 
See where it began
Ruby Bouman's
Spirit will
Never
Die. 



Dawn D. Kilby 
Copyright ©2008  Dawn D. Kilby

Poem Details | by Country Girl48 |
Categories: death,

Captain Dies In Ship

The angry wrath of the waves tonight
Thrashed against the Captain's ship
No tranquility, death is near
Damaging winds, sink ship
A brave captain gone
Buried below
With his ship
Now at
Peace