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Poem Details | by JANET GRACE |
Categories: creation, eulogy, nature,



                                 Black and brown and furry
                                  Wooly bear is in a hurry
                                  On a many legged walk
                                  To a leaf or grassy stalk 
                                 To wherever or what not
                                  Type of its chosen spot
                                 To spin a cocoon and die
                                To be a Tiger Moth and fly

                                             ~   ~ ~

Poem Details | by Kevin Crossed |
Categories: anxiety, dark, death, depression, silence,

Emotions That Bear No Name

You know, the cold void in your mind
The type that makes your sanity go blind
It lingers long and turns your lips blue
It sticks your vocal chords stuck like glue
Your lungs shrink as you try to breathe
It drops you onto your knees in defeat
It nibbles your meat and drains all the heat
A blackened disease that leaves you deceased

As the silver kisses your skin, it remains
You try to stay calm, you try to stay sane
But you hear it calling and shouting your name
Making you scream and create crimson stains
The silver devours your skin as you cry
You're asking it screaming, asking it why
Full saturation just passes you by
Light always seems to escape from your eyes

Poem Details | by Smail Poems |
Categories: abuse, age, angel, baby, baptism, beach, bereavement, bird, black african american, body, bullying, cancer, candy, car, cat, character, child, christmas, confusion, creation, day, dedication, discrimination,


Big blundering beast
Poor fish have no chance whatsoever
Neither does the slowest runner in your group

Poem Details | by Dan Keir |
Categories: adventure, allegory, angst, animal, child, childhood, confusion, courage, death, dream, fear, funny, grief, hate, hope, humorous, inspirational, introspection, journey, life, lonely, loss, lost, lost love, memory, metaphor, mystery, nature, nostalgia, parody, passion, people, pets, philosophy, recovery from..., sad, satire, sorrow, spiritual, stress, success,

Inevitable Bear

Oh lonely Inevitable Bear,
Padding claws, death in white
Sorrow in recurring nightmare
Instinct’s test; fight or flight?

Camouflage against the fence,
A challenge; my subconscious fear
Ominous slowly moving silence,
“Let me in, there’s a bear out here!”

Poem Details | by Donn Ronquillo |
Categories: devotion, food, children, funny, growing up, health, sympathy,


this magical toy was handed down to me,
by no other but my family.
yet to be recognized and told,
never to be sold.
in first sight it was mystical,
it never likes a brat.
so to it's meaning;
you shouldn't always be mean,
show that you are not easily upset,
and is always is a fair kid.
it could protect you,
will always be by your side.
calm you in the storm,
brave you through a fight.
will be there for you through thick and thin,
no matter how your destiny ends.

Poem Details | by Trevor Marshall |
Categories: grief,

Old Bear

       Old Bear

As the New Year dawns 
The Old Bear yawns
In his old gruff growl
That almost sounds like a howl

The new sun will rise
Piercing the skies
And the old bear shall awake 
From his den at daybreak

He will stop his slumber 
As he was resting like a pile of lumber
Making an appearance to life 
While the hunter sneaks up with a knife 
        ~Trevor Marshall

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: abuse, animal, care, death, education, image, wisdom,

How to Kill A Bear

Kill it with kindness
Sing to it in Swedish
Make it watch vacation slides
Whisper grizzly things in its ear
Feed it processed honey
Let it die of obesity
Call it honey or dear
Give it a ticket to Detroit
Bore it to death
Teach it how to watch corn grow
Place it on the sofa next to you
Make it watch the Price Is Right
Give it a loaded gun
Let nature take its course
(When it is gone)
Stuff it....with potato chips
Mount the head on the wall
Lay the fur on the floor
Call it a rug
Repeat the process
Go into the forest
Hunt for more

Poem Details | by Rhia Madison Thomer |
Categories: death, devotion, lost lovesin,

Bear Thy Cross

I'll bear thy cross 
if only to bear thy sin;
you won't suffer
and I probably won't live.

I'll bear they cross,
thy condemnation,
with thy own sin,
to suffer flesh's temptation.

To bear this crown;
the sin of flesh,
to be like man,
is sin so fresh.

To bear thy crown
as thy queen
means nothing to you
my dark, sinful king.

I'll bear thy cross
to bear thy crown,
and suffer in sin
as you take me down.

Poem Details | by Norman Crocker |
Categories: death of a friend,


a strong name for a gentle man
he's dead

Poem Details | by Donal Mahoney |
Categories: death

Death A Bear

Death A Bear

Odd the way the very old
pick a winter day to fall,
break a minor bone,
be assigned to bed
and death a bear
napping out the winter
rises in his lair,
instantly aware
here is Spring
and ultimately honey.

Donal Mahoney