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Death Poems About Candy

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Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, inspirational, life, nature

White Cotton Candy Tuffs


                                           Pampas Grass' tassles
                                       Shooting upward fresh new
                                           Beauty filled short life

Poem Details | by Arden Gopela |
Categories: farewell, for her, grave, memory, mother,


                   "Voluminous sweet
                            She bought me one and then leave
                                      On her grave I give".

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 Jimmi Canada |
Categories: anti bullying, art, aubade, beach, blessing, candy, care, cry, daffodils, death, green, hair, night, parents, patriotic, philosophy, poetry, purple, usa,


Its a toe in the water,

its a trigger to start,

but its never the past as we can all be alike our hi-speed-art,

it's a reason to gloat,

like seasonal boast-

but it will never code,

honestly its just our doe.

Note that later in the year is your caustic example,

note that your remarks hash tag your preambles,

but I am not sinner in the clear,

but I have two goddamn ears,

you have an allegory of toss-ups for the gamble,
but no precepts.

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: america, beauty, business, change, death, education, sports,

Eye Candy Sport

       Eye Candy Sport

Pretty young things fill the caverns of love
Spectators pay to see abortions live
Bets are placed.
Sparsely clad girls with signs march around the rink
Pink, innocent, candy like parades of flesh
On display for all to see
Freedom at play
Skeletons flee the closets
There are no secrets or places left to hide
Eye candy virgins walk the streets at night
As pretty as a picture with a knife

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: business, candy, cry, dark, death, philosophy, religion,

Lollipops And Death

     Lollipops And Death

Death is the final currency
It pays for nothing
Shadows God, lurking in the dark
Takes the last tear
Takes the last drop
Devils and demons hate humanity
Pain and void is their choice for us
Death is the final currency dished out
Takes the soul to nowhere friendly
It gives no lollipops
Only a tombstone and cold hard box
With dirt on top

Poem Details | by Lycia Harding |
Categories: animal, candy, death, drug, evil, halloween, horror, murder, scary,



bought candy today

think I still have strychnine left

...but no rats to kill


Poem Details | by Ashley Daly |
Categories: death, life, loss,

Candy Apple Red Throat

Candy apple red throat
Coughing is a challenge
And breathing is out of the question
If you could scream
I would soothe you
But your inability to enunciate
Will lead you to your loss of life

Poem Details | by Melissa Ross |
Categories: angst, death, life, people, life,

Cyanide Candy

Cyanide candy,
Think of how that will work,
It’s brilliant,
Brilliant plan,
Precious food of yours,
Heaven forbid
Hell accepts
You when you take a bite unknowingly
No wonder
No wonder
Gain occurs
When a sedentary life is lead
A life that’s lead
Which ought to be dead

Poem Details | by ndidzulafhi patric |
Categories: death,

Candy moloi

The day you brought to the world.
People had great happiness.
Even tears of joy had fallen.
Because love had written on your face.
And you also end up have that love to all of us.
You never let us crying.
You were truly intertaner.
Candy moloi why you leave us like this?
Why you are no where?
Who will make us happy?
But we believe that we will meet again.
Rest in peace candy moloi.

Poem by munyai ndidzulafhi Patric