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Death Poems About Sundown

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Poem Details | by NWANDO OBIANYOR |
Categories: confusion, death, people, sad,

Elergy At Sundown

A crstal god burnt out his light
Blazing at both end of the world,

A triumphant dullness painted
On the western cloud a circle of blood

And night posed in ambush
To wrap the widowed day in black

And we could not ward him off
To save orphans from bad dreams

And we could not even enlighten the sky 
For a moon dance with fingers dripping 
With blood of a star.

O the mystic **** is consumed in this fete,
Of glow worms parading themselves
As real stars.

Their amphibious bird,
Unfertilised for democracy,
Laid us this barren-egg dawn.

Poem Details | by Joe Dubinski |
Categories: death, father,

Father Sundown

Sitting alone
At the table
My thoughts of him
Are warm 
A blanket of fresh bread 

His struggles were deep 
River raging
Crashing and lashing

There he lays
lapping the shore 
Like a puppy 
On the pebbles
Old and naive

I am next to him
In the natural line
Traverse the universe
And all things change
Gasp! There is an urgency

Sudden calm with a blip
He slips
Into the cool shallows
Sundown, old man, farewell