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Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: animals, death, health, inspirational, life, naturesun,

Purple Horizon Proud

The sun rose bright red not a dark cloud in sight
           Few whispy cotton clouds spread around blue sky
Redtail Hawk in sky left nest for morning flight
          On those cold air currents he did swiftly fly

Door was opened by east north easterly wind
           Letting out illness, death, want_then in comes health
The sun set covered in dense clouds_cold its shroud
           Will it rise in morn purple horizon proud

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: dedication, grief, kiss, sensual,

In Dreams

Draw near in the dark of floating, misty dreams, appear to me, my love, as you used to be, from cold bitter death, leave your Paradise stream, open the gate and drift silently to me, and kiss me, kiss me, my love, within this dream. Inspiration from the poem, Echo, it seems. Christina Rossetti wrote of seclusion, of dreams and lost love with sensual passion. _________________________ January 8, 2013 Poetry/Rispetto/In Dreams Copyright Protected, ID 13-447-992-0 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.

Poem Details | by Linda-Marie SweetHeart |
Categories: death,


"Thriller" upon eerie coverlet of faint moonlight midnight creeps to touch tombstones of cursed undead haunting entities delight in spooking night zombies open coffins to ravish with dread feasting upon flesh and bone in vampy style tasting blood from jugular...victim defile staring motionless submissive to witch chant enticed by love ... death charms innocence to pant.

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: death, loss, love, tribute,

Passed Away

Going from one phase of life to another A piece of a heart left to pass away here Love transformed from one entity to other Death leaves all harboring what we surely fear It hurts more than just pain from the suffering When the one who passed away goes departing All feel the enormous depression within Love carries on as the soul was sure taken
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: death, evil, halloween, horror, magic, red,

Red Eyed Skeleton

The front seat of my car lies a skeleton Sitting there waiting on me to come inside Red glowing eyes looking like a fire beacon He laughed at me when I saw him, I sure cried All around the car are jack-o-lantern heads So very evil they are the dark undead Powers of these pumpkins brought alive these bones Waiting on me to come, fearfully alone
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Aanika Aery |
Categories: dark, death, emotions, judgement,


Life is just a path,a path like you work hard
to get a goal 
and the goal is death

Death is peacefulness
no power is there greater than it
no force is present that can ever stop it
no fear that you have to be afraid off..

No evil to shrink away from
written in each's destiny
the power you cant handle
the power you can never escape from

Each breath leads you to it
each beat reminds you of it
each laugh is the sound of its fulfillness
each cry is the wave of its oblivion.

Poem Details | by Dale Gregory Cozart |
Categories: death, grief, introspection, memory,

1991: My Mother's Funeral

The organ played the psalm unto the grieving somehow to balm the feelings of the living as though no dark deceiver had come thieving. Memories are the gift that keeps on giving; questions have no hope of ever relieving. Could I have been a better son when living? Supposed regrets come visit as a greeting to stab us in the heart before retreating.

Poem Details | by Mary Duhart |
Categories: confusion, death, imagination, mother,

Visions Within

Visions Within 

Oh how the imagination is running
A vision of death keeps flashing in my head
As I sit quietly I see it coming
I know it’s a vision that all mothers dread

Yet over again it sure makes me wonder
Deep down within it pulls my heart asunder
At this point all I can do is truly pray
Trust His leading that it will all go away

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: death, soldier, war,

A Plea for Mercy

The soldier fought inspired, with all his might
He thrust his trusty sword into the foe
As Victory moved clearly into sight --
Just then he fell to unexpected blow

He lay there stunned and hemorrhaging to death
A plea for mercy clinging to his breath
How could cruel Fate take Victory away
  ~ His foe to live and fight another day