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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: grief, joy,

A Ninette - Grief and Joy

Grief washes over me - a tsunami of pain that soon ebbs. Cleansed, I embrace life with a dance of Joy Written 10/10/15

Poem Details | by Gregory R Barden |
Categories: adventure, appreciation, birth, death, journey, life, wisdom,


"To die would be an awfully big adventure!" - J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan Death A grand Adventure God's gift to make Each breath so precious Life's sweet echo Warm and dark Like the Womb. ~ 1st Place ~ in the "August Ninette" Poetry Contest, Caren Krutsinger, Judge & Sponsor.

Poem Details | by Ninette Carey |
Categories: betrayal, dark, destiny, grave, love,


Living in the Dark

Never truly finding the light

A glimpse here and there

Only to be stolen again

By Loves Selfish Snare

Resting in a open coffin

Awoken now and than

Only to be duped for Prince Charming Evil Sin.........

I close my eyes and heart once more

And return to my destine box

Hopefully Never to be Kissed
Putting Emily's Heart to Rest

And in Her Dreams

 She Once Again Couples Her Eternal Bliss.......................
The Corpse Bride......

Poem Details | by Abdul Malik |
Categories: death, life,

Nirvana -Ninette

Death is Life's Nemesis-- It's its flip side, Its Alter ego; Desire no wealth nor heaven but good death!
~10/9/15 "Ninette" contest by Silent One

Poem Details | by Daniel Human |
Categories: death, farewell, rain, sad, storm,

sad slosh slides

too many
for the road
as the driver stumbled
to the coffin-black car
the sky's stomach rumbled
wet black tar
to fast

Poem Details | by John Anderson |
Categories: death, death of a friend, funeral,

Three Bell Toll

First Bell tells that passing looms. Second bell tolls death knell. Third bell calls mourners to echo their sad sorrow at the loss of loved one, with wake to cherish lovely life. Three bells Slow
------------- 5 June 2017

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: death,


Dedicated to my friend whose husband went to heaven. When I asked her how she was, she said, “I’ll be okay, as soon as I can stop crying.”

since i’m on the subject of storms; women of enormous strength brave undertow, ride its wave chin up hence
weep until the tears dry — might be awhile love need not explain the everlast’ coat of arms in his smile
runs from sea to her knees. . . the purest hands. palms commune with God who sees her life without him. with HIM walks
7/23/2019 Ninette

Poem Details | by V. Deepa |
Categories: cry, dark, deep, fear, grief, heartbroken, pain,

Transferring My emotions to an Object

            pour my
         pain always
        to the pillow. 
     Upon bed it lies..
       hearing faintly
         to my deep



Note1:*Ninette poetry Contest*
Sponsored by Emile Pinet.

Placed as Honorable Mention in the Contest.
Note2:BRIAN'S CHOICE 10,any form,any theme
Sponsored by Brian Strand

Poem Details | by MAHTAB BANGALEE |
Categories: death, depression, suicide,

Crude Mind

Far sky
Falling down
The brightest star
By crude frustration
On alone ground;
Silent fire
Lost in


On the sadistic immature death of Sushant Singh Rajput  (21 January 1986 – 14 June 2020) , Bollywood Star

Poem Details | by Jeanne McGee |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, death, flower,

Graceful Beauty

                                               loving eyes
                                               to gaze upon
                                               their graceful beauty
                                               are they still not

Your Choice Flower Verse
Sponsor:  Brain Strand
Honorable Mention (4th)

Poem Details | by Howard Kerr |
Categories: anxiety, character, deep, emotions, feelings, grave, integrity,

In The Haze

flies in
seconds flat
as days and nights 
vanish in the haze 
they disappear 
 a complete 
waste of

Date Poem Submitted : Sixth Of June 20/20

Contest : Ninette

Sponsor : Emile Pinet

Poem Details | by Sandra Adams |
Categories: death, memory,


tear gliding down my cheek a slow trickle lands upon my lips i close my eyes and feel you you still live