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Death Poems About Epyllion

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Poem Details | by Kuleza John Lembi |
Categories: absence, death,

HUNGRY LION

Why couldn’t you roar?
Silently you tiptoed
What attracted you in that slim tender bull?
To mercilessly made her widow

In an orphanage yoke tied us
Why hiding the motive so deep
Were the five strokes of torture not enough?
But to snatch him away from us

What wrong did he do?
What didn’t he do right to punish him so severe
You have eroded our courage with fear


Poem Details | by richard nnoli |
Categories: africa, bereavement, courage, freedom, friendship, humanity, motivation,

The lion tail

The lions tail 
Let the sleeping 
Wild dog lie
When is quitely alone

Never underrate
The power of a gentle
Man

Never look for trouble
When a man is humble
To you

For dog dont eat dog 
Except 
when you touch 
The lion tail 

Poem Details | by brandon molton |
Categories: allegory, animals, death,

Lion/Dragon

Slip through the cracks of the jungle,
Crawl onto the innocent,
Slither through the liquid,
Scaly snake of folklore tales.
Maim and kill the men,
Of which God made first,
They'll kill the Lion/Dragon,
Before the next verse.

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: dark, death, horror,

I didn't have to outrun the lion

A man and I were in a tent when we heard a lion roar.
I knew that I had to start running or I wouldn't be alive anymore.
That guy said "You must be crazy, a lion can't be outran."
But I didn't have to outrun the lion, I had to outrun that man.
The lion caught up to that man and ate him.
I was faster, that's why he met a fate so grim.
If I had been slower, I would've been that lion's dinner.
But I was very determined, that's why I was the winner.
If you and another person hear a lion, you'd better put on your running shoes.
And you'd better pray that you're faster or your life is something you'll lose.

(This is a fictional poem)


Poem Details | by L'nass Shango |
Categories: death, inspirationalwork, work,

Obit for a Lion

A great man is dead
How do you measure that? How do you say
That certain of bread
Condoned not that he ate and just walked away?
When a man assumes
Certain responsibility, how do make his task 
Unique? What fine brooms
Do you use to tell if his face is but a mask?

A great one his dead
Honor him, honor him well. O but too late
If you honor the dead.
Did his work merit the passion of the state?
Then our one tribute
Is to make a man's work eternal; all his dreams
Give means to salute
The people passing in their mourning streams.

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, environment, inspiration, meaningful, peace,

Lion at Peace with the Lamb - A Haiku

Lion at Peace with the Lamb - A Haiku thou benediction a hungry, strong lion soars enjoying praise lamb thousand approval as hungry, strong lion soars kisses perfect lamb yon benediction no more hungry lion roars lays down by the lamb peace be it to all lion roars no more hungry silent praise with lamb 1/5/20 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2020©