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Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: birth, death, life,


The intricate web Of life has been spun; It’s twists and turns hold, Keys to our very Existence on Earth. How we are formed, Born, survive and Die and purpose, In life’s grand scheme. Together, We create; Colorscape. Blending Abstract Art.
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Poem Details | by Wendy Watson |
Categories: christian, death, forgiveness,

parting peace

As the last sun sets
and life ebbs away,
ugly words and deeds
flash across his mind
and he feels ashamed.

Bitter tears flow
into the mire
of squandered time
he can't redeem.

His eyes dim
as he begs 

God hears -
At last



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Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: grief, hope, sorrow, time,

Hope Gone

Upon thy pillow, I wearily hope for youth’s restful nights I once loved to spend in towering dreams. Images past behind closed eyes - romantic plans and lofty goals. Naïve thoughts turn to aged days of loss, again taunting me.

Poem Details | by Nick Bagnall |
Categories: death, loss, lost love, love

Raven's Watch

She's always there, watching
Over the quiet graves
Torn between life and death
Waiting 'till her time ends
When at last, she can be
Reunited with him

Without his strong arms
She falters and fails
Ne'er to love again
Her gentle heart is
Smashed beyond repair

She is the one
They call Raven
Soulless, helpless
Without his love

She stands and
Looks over

Where they


Written By Nick Bagnall
For Contest "Among the dead"
13th Place

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animals, death, education, faith, inspirational, introspection, naturemetaphor,

Water Being Cleaned

The ram died high
On the snow covered
Mountain, when the thaw
Of spring came, it's
Decaying body

The melting snow
The waters flow
Brings death in grip

The farther
It traveled
The less germs

And death
Were there


(This is also a metaphor for sin.  The farther we stay away from it the cleaner we stay.  Of 
course, we can repent but the results lingers.)

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: angst, baby, death,

the wind beneath angel wings

the wind blew that day the hearse shiny black the coffin so small for a baby boy- weeping filled the air a lullaby slipped from my lips in the wild wind- drifting with tears with heads bowed hearts broken he left us - on small angel- wings ___________________________ December 10, 2019 Poetry/Diminished Hexaverse/the wind beneath angel wings Copyright Protected, ID 19-1206-643-02 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym. Written for the contest, Pick A Title, Vol 12, Diminished Hexaverse sponsor, Edward Ibeh, Title Chosen #2- The Wind Beneath Angel Wings First Place

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: bereavement, death, hero, mother, son, war, world war ii,

Favorite Movie - Poetry Contest

such atrocities subtract us humans irrespective of but then comes along, common sense approach decisions made find him alive, send this boy home mothers grieving combat found bridged safely firmly held Ryan freedom saved .

Poem Details | by William Morrow |
Categories: absence, abuse, angst, bereavement,

Elephant In My Eye

“What's wrong?”
“I think I have an elephant in my eye.”
“You think you have an elephant in your eye?”
“Yes! I think I have an elephant in my eye!”
“Here, let me see.”
“Be careful.”
“Okay! Just move your hands and let me look.”
“Be careful!”
“I see it.”
“Can you get it?”
“Just stay still while I try.”
“Be careful.”
“I am.”
“Don’t hurt me.”
“Stop whining.”
“Do you have it?”
“Not yet, stay still.”
“There you go.”
“I got it.”
“You got it?”
Yes, I got it!”
“What was it?”
“Just a tear.”
“Whew, it felt like an elephant.”

Poem Details | by Ninette Carey |
Categories: anti bullying, bereavement, best friend, betrayal,

What a Pity

Another blissful day in the darkness
Forced to be here against  our wishes
Dragged into your chosen  nightmare of happiness 
Blinded by my heartfelt kisses
I guess it was fun for you when I didn't know 
Juggling became your sport
You never thought you would get caught
 On that day,Everything you stood for be came Naught

Poem Details | by Eleza Young |
Categories: absence, feelings, first love, for him, grief, leaving, lost love, miss you,

We are meant to be together

no wonder how much u deny, 

u would still love me, 

no wonder u say its over, 

your heart betrays u, 

no wonder how much distance u keep, 

but u are the closest to my heart, 

no wonder how much u say u don't care, 

but when i need u are always their, 

no wonder you say u are dangerous, 

i say u are gorgeous, 

no wonder u parted and said we cant be together, 

i say we parted so we can end together

Poem Details | by Steven Beesley |
Categories: death, life, people, sad, visionary, , fate,

Our Fate Awaits

The days stretch so long,
sky hot and burning.
Unbearable heat
shall dry up this earth,
split the ground apart.

We have lost sight,
not in control
of destiny
or of our world.

Wait to die,
fate awaits
to take us.

Look back,
too late!


12th July, 2012 (c)

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, family, happiness, inspirational, introspection, love, mother, music, uplifting

Never Grow Old

I see them dancing
Across the Milky 
Way, Illuminates
Stars, as they go by
Singing songs of love

Gracing the star
Lit sky, as years
Go by singing
Songs of love, sigh

Never grow 
Never grow 
Old, Old, Old

They shall


(Some of the words in this poem are somewhat quoted from a song that my mother and 
father sang in their latter life.)

Poem Details | by valeria iliadou |
Categories: death, inspirational, mystery

Raven's Dream

Through the sky's sharp edge
A mystery springs,
As birds aim their preys.
Misty tombs of rock,
Spilling grief like wine.

Exit from time,
A lapse of blow.
A trip to find
The Limbo's Island.

None left,
Just her guarding
Last bliss points.

With guns
Of lust


valeria iliadou - Among The Dead

Poem Details | by Nayda Ivette Negron |
Categories: death, suicide,

Love And Hate Domains

The foolish rules reign
Enemy kingdoms
Separating a 
Love that bloomed between
A king and a queen

Years passed leaving
Deep planted roots
Fueling a
Proscribed passion

Until one
Tragic day




Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, faith, history, imagination, inspirational, life, sad

Just Desserts

With very great pride
Haman stood high
Wants power....

Poem Details | by petra mallett |
Categories: angst, death, depression, life

Save Me

What is this Evil
Growing inside me?
Who gave it legs and
Permission to feed,
On this - my own life….

Why can’t I cut
This evil out?
Why can’t I bleed
Fountains of youth?

I cry tears,
anguished pain;
Yet nothing…

Can save


(written August 19,2008 as a result of learning of my mother in laws inoperable lung cancer.)

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: death, feelings,

The Others

The others

Amazing new house
and two little kids
that my husband left,
Losing life to war
yet wait him return.

Scared of some sounds
shadows of souls
My daughter could see
through day and night.

They were five,
Haunted house?

Not they,
Dead were


Written Jan 21st, 2016
For contest "Favourite movie" 
Sponsor- Nayda

Awarded 2nd place win

Poem Details | by Junate Ersal |
Categories: angst, death, dedication, devotion, peace, people, satire, social, war,


World keeps to turn on,
we are born and die,
dawn comes as night ends.
death reigns in all spots
of this poor, old land.

Time takes big paces,
we don't learn parts,
in things that change
the world and life

My minds stuck,
hands are tied,
they are quiet

Tell me
what's right


Poem Details | by Christopher Bunton |
Categories: death, life, time,

This World

This world screams at you.
"Your birth insults me,
and I will break you.
Feel time slip away,
And your loves destroyed."

"I never stop.
Relentless Time.
Hounding your mind.
Slaving to eat."

"Crushing you.
Twisting you.
Molding you."

You Are."


Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: caregiving, death, funeral, life, loss, sad

Last Hours

Not realizing end
Sleeping peacefully
Numbed from onset pain
Her will stands so strong
Slowly passing time

Restless moving
Heart weakening
Holding her style
Waiting the hour

Mom I say
It’s O K
Go to sleep

I’m here


Written for

Sponsor Gareth James 
Contest Name Last words to a loved one 

Poem Details | by iolanda Scripca |
Categories: death, lost love, love

Frosted Lullaby - Diminished Hexaverse

Early morning dew
Hear the angels cry
Brooks of sorrow near
Wings of grayish stone
Freshly cut bouquets...

Frost slaps my face
I breathe live clouds
Exhale, exhale...

Sunrise dark
Without you
Sleep my love...

It's you???


Poem Details | by Balveen Cheema |
Categories: death, lonely, lost love, love, wife,

Favourite Movie


A poignant story
of a neglected wife 
and a widower,
about to retire.
There is goof up 
in her husband's
and widower's
warm lunch-boxes.

Love ensues 
in love notes
in tiffins.



January 23, 2016
Contest: Favourite Movie
Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron

* Lunchbox is a Bollywood movie which won many national and international awards in 2013.

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

Double Tornado

Cottonwood Tree stood
By a  deep gully 
Precariouly bent
Until tornado
Shook it to its core

The strong winds blew
Destroyed leaves
Some limbs broken
Roots were strong deep

Shook to depth
Of belief

Tree stands 
Tall Still 


Poem Details | by Joseph Silva |
Categories: death, lost love, love, sad,

love? not in my vocabulary...

Falling through the air
Fleeting whispers fail
Catch these tears in hand
Smiling is a mask
No longer breathing

Laughing it away
Here, take this heart
No need for it
No ones alive

Strike the match
Light the fire
Faint heartbeat

Kiss Kiss 
Heart stops


Poem Details | by connie pachecho |
Categories: death, ocean, sad, wife,

Dear Husband Don't Despair

Dear Husband Don't Despair 

Dear, look at the waves
the moon and star shine
how the sea glistens 
onto the white sands
dancing with the breeze

Promise me, dear
husband I love
till death do part
and don't despair
dear, I'm dying

My heart dropped
in her arms
tears blurred
car windows
and of her

my death
is birth
bring my



connie pachecho