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Death Poems About Siamese

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Poem Details | by Joel Thornton |
Categories: betrayal, for her, grief, hurt,

SIAMESE TWIN

SIAMESE TWIN
By Joel Thornton  may 2015

Insentient

Insidious/deplorable

The fecal sediment settles to my sentiment

The sewages now inseparable.

An inability to act

Apathetic and indifferent

Pathetically react

Meaningless and unaware.

Now incapable of disjoining

Fused, spliced to the core.

Combining

Convergence

The gore, the urgency.

The horrible timing

The irony, how unfair.


Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco |
Categories: childhood, death, travel,

siamese paths

          flatlining
cartwheeling confetti sky
star to soul in angel glow
taste the speed of white rose
            light

         hitchhike
to the darkening side,
cascading down demon crevice
wings dipped in feiry
river styx
into throats of molten menace

 a frosted defib blast
gliding down a foggy path
raven nurse with hands of satin
sweeps my bed of rose and ashes
her smile...the scent of heaven
the eyes...the seeds of hell

Poem Details | by Samuel O. E. D'phoenix |
Categories: absence, bereavement, birth,

THE SIAMESE TWIN

 ***** THE SIAMESE TWIN *****


"Womb to tomb" so is our fate
On a day with no date
Meaningless is one without its mate
Both occur once in this state

Their company; sweet  sorrows
On the hands of time they are arrows

"Tomb to womb" so is our next gate
Opening to immortality estate
Meets the Judge to rate
Both our deeds and omissions of late