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Death Poems About Crab

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Categories: absence,


Here lies the remnant of a crab
Who absented himself from a grouchy campaign
Against mass crabbing.

Poem Details | by Henry Victor |
Categories: character, courage, death, education, encouraging, giving, inspiration,

crab in the kitchen sink

i am a Dungeness crab with my claws
now strapped with rubber bands, my food
and my hiding hole taken away, leaving
me seated in someone else’s  kitchen sink

sinking with my manuscripts, pens, papers
and pencils to my death like a doomed rapist
murderer ready to walk, nay, sit on the electric
chair, soon to be flushed out as staunch stink

but even here i have not lost my control
to give, to give self as food, age old whine
my writing in heart, that poem, my protest
against being a puck in the skating rink

Poem Details | by Michelle Chargualaf |
Categories: depression, hope, inspirational, life,

Death or Prevalence of a Crab

Tormented and tired I pick myself up to face another day.
Will it be blessed by the ever so powerful Lord?
Or will it be washed away like sand with the receding tide?

My life is twisted, with many paths leading me into greater sorrow.
Will this life I lead consume me? 
Or will I survive another chance to see tomorrow? 

What will become of this prestige-seeking crab who bares a soul of survival?
Will she prevail in the vast ocean waters?
Or will she die slamming against the cliffs upon a crashing wave?