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Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: grief, political,


In an attempt to gain
Advantage by high-jacking grief * 
A glaring betrayal of compassion
Cheap predation on emotions
Let justice take its course
And rest in peace

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[* a quote from Chris Cuomo]
Contest: Rictameter Me
Sponsor: White Wolf
© 26th August 2018

Poem Details | by Amy Green |
Categories: death, loss,

Fluttering Souls

                               Look up I see
                      Their souls flittering past
          Down here smell carnage, hear clink, slash
               neighing a warning, another one falls
               Crunch of bone- stampeding to death
                      Screams of dying horses
                           Take me from here	

sponsored by Nette Onclaud

Written poem date 6/1/201
by A. Green

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


Weeping The dead, depart They heard the trumpet blow The clocks in this life are now still Each must cross to the other side in time Into another realm, unknown Each will hear the trumpet And their own sad Weeping _________________________________ September 1, 2013 Poetry/Rictameter/Weeping Copyright Protected, ID 13-502-870-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.

Poem Details | by Kevin Stock |
Categories: death, fantasy, imagination


Evil lurks...underneath
Just below the surface...and waits
Ready to strike and inflict...suffering
Then slink back into the...shadows
There lurking...evermore
The only...clue

© 2011 Kevin Stock

Poem Details | by Kim van Breda |
Categories: death of a friend, devotion, feelings, love, muse, soulmate,


Icon My heart will yearn Forever to have known The soulful gaze and poetic Disposition of a man so unique Exceptional in every way To lie with you just once Perfect soul mate Icon (Written in honor of Kurt Cobain) © Kim van Breda—21 October 2014

Poem Details | by Ismael Nieves |
Categories: death, history, loss, people


Cash! Boom!
planes maneuver'd
by cruel terrorists
dove-crash'd into the twin towers,
and made them crumble with people inside--
thus thousands of gallons of blood
was pour'd upon all those

Poem Details | by Kelsey Wright |
Categories: confusion, death, food, life, lost love, passion, sad, satire, love, trust,

Thorn Of A Rose

A thorn of a rose.
Its a soul that's truly lost.
A person long forgotten.
A place of love & loss.

Something that can't be seen.
Something that can't be solved.
The most painful of all loves.
A thing that is soon lost.

Once you enter into it.
You are soon consumed.
A prisoner to the pain,
And the love that you consume.

The thorns rip and tear you.
Your heart becomes in shreds.
Love is soon the enemy,
And loss is soon the friend.

The rose is soon the symbol,
Of your dying love.
And all the thorns represent,
The pain that you succumb.

You wont seem to trust people.
You won't seem to have friends.
People will be enemies.
You wont trust your best friend.

Poem Details | by randy johnson |
Categories: death, dedication, world, lost, lost,


(Dedicated to Harvey Korman who died May 29, 2008.)

I watched Harvey Korman on the Carol Burnett show.;
That fantastic program was made many years ago.
People all over the world loved to see him act.
He's gone now and nothing can bring him back.
He guest starred on the Munsters once or twice.
We are saying goodbye to this man who was nice.
We've lost this man who was very funny.
Without Korman, the world is less sunny.
He died at the age of eighty-one.
I'm sorry that we lost MR. Korman.

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

sensation toward a past regret

This smell
Worshiping her
Breath deep, the fog lingers
Cutting the lungs, the blood runs cold
Obscured emotions, wretched and vile flesh
Perverted and indifferent
Unfiltered, feeble man
Can’t take anymore

Poem Details | by Juliet Ligon |
Categories: dark, grief, light, smile, sorrow, sun, weather,


light becomes dark
saddened sun hides early
grieving grays grace blankets of rain
body glove of muscle aches, sorrow scarf 
comfort in numbness, in stillness
sun smiles, warmth startles
dark becomes light


Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, environment, nature, poems, poetry, tree,

Life and Death

A leaf, floating downwards, comes to rest upon grass. Escapee cutting off the bonds, unaware of its impending demise; the umbilical cord severed, now page-pressed memory; dried skin cracking, A leaf.