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Death Poems About Mouse

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Poem Details | by George Maris |
Categories: angel, bereavement, betrayal, conflict, confusion,

Mouse Or Men

In a labyrinth, the heart reveals its beauty,
its center a mystery.
The belly of the beast must be full of devastation.
It still hungers for more, tasting its last prey.
Soon it will stop and there will be silence.
Shivering in the corner, like a mouse captured by the light.
Caught in its betrayal, like a thief before the jury.
Exposing  scars, beating rhythm in the heart.


Poem Details | by Kitty Cat Poetica |
Categories: animal, bullying, death, scary,

The Mouse

slightly gray
purrfect in every crunch
frightened little mouse

The Kitty Cat Poetica

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, funny,

Jiving Mouse

. 
                                     My mouse died
                                On him I totally relied
                                 How I cried and cried
                                 Replaced his battery  
                             Then he came back alive
                                Now we can really jive

Poem Details | by Babatunde T Ogunsiku |
Categories: animals, caregiving, funeral, imagination, pets,

THE MOUSE

Coming out the house
I saw a mouse
Dead in my basket
So i made a casket
Burying the little one
I became number 1
To do this day
What others would delay
And Eventually throw 
away.


Poem Details | by Philip Royle |
Categories: death, farewell, goodbye, sad, violence,

Mouse Trap

Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
Here and there like that 
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
Look out for the cat!
	
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
(Sniff, sniff) Cheese is in the air! 
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
It’s coming from over there

Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
No sign of any trap
Pitter-patter, pitter-patter
Nibble, nibble...... Splat!!



Poem Details | by Kim McAdam |
Categories: simile, stress, sympathy,

Life As A Mouse

How immense the moon
for little mouse,
who runs along the side
of little house,
who gnaws his secret way,
who eats his crumbs each day,
who toils for each buffet
for kids and spouse.

How intense, his life
upon this earth,
and it's been like this since
his very birth.
In shadows he must hide.
Of cats he's petrified.
Danger disqualified
for glimpse of mirth.

Poem Details | by Sharon Keely |
Categories: animal, eulogy,

Requiem for a Mouse

Oh poor mouse
You picked the wrong house
No Buddhist I
Though I did nearly cry
When I wrought your end
I’m a treacherous friend
You begged to be my pet
I’m not that evolved yet
What a price to pay
For a crumb each day
At least it was quick
One more bad tick 
On my karmic slate
Gluing my fate