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Poem Details | by Ann Gilmour |
Categories: death, lonely,


Lived on her own
dear sweet Joan, was
not known to moan

One day felt weak
bones did creak, Joan
so meek and mild

Joan fell at home
broke her bone - died
as lone soul soared

27 January 2019

Contest: Any Theme Than Bauk Poetry
Sponsor: Charles Messina
1st place

Contest Brian's Select A
Sponsor Brian Strand

Poem Details | by Randy Steele |
Categories: animals, death, life, nature,


The lions’ wait
Seals the fate of
A late straggler

Quickly surround
Without sound they
Expound teamwork

Bellies content
Hunger spent, the
Pride went to sleep

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: adventure, death, dedication, devotion, family, fantasy, health, imagination, life, loss, sad, sympathy, thank you, visionary, war,

Dressed Blues

<                                                 he took the fall
                                                   dressed blues call now
                                                   hearts wall skips beat


Written by Katherine Stella 8/7/11

A Than-Bauk, conventionally a witty saying or epigram, is a three line "climbing rhyme" poem of Burmese origin. Each line has four syllables. 

The rhyme is on the fourth syllable of the first line, the third syllable of the second line, and the second syllable of the third line. 

Tribute To U.S Marine Corps

Poem Details | by cecil hickman |
Categories: funeral, funny, life, loss, nature, seasons,

Winters Release

One frown is lost
At what cost now
Jack Frost has died

Poem Details | by Anna-Marie Docherty |
Categories: sympathy


You were so cold
Couldn't hold you
Bells tol(le)d life gone

Poem Details | by Katherine Stella |
Categories: death, education, health, history, imagination, life, loss, peace, people, political, religion, sad, sympathy, thank you, visionary,

Oh My God That's So Sad

<       Hands and feet nailed
         face so pale now
         tears hale down cheeks

Poem Details | by Tim B |
Categories: death,

Loose Footing

I slip under
Like deep thunder
The sun ending

Poem Details | by Robert Pettit |
Categories: death,


One’s own demise.
Realize it.
It lies within.

Poem Details | by Christopher Bunton |
Categories: death, loss, sad,

Cancer Kills Her

Cancer Kills Her

Spreading Fills Her

It Stills Her Heart

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: death

Death Watch

The day I died,
My wife cried out
Beside my corpse.

Poem Details | by Tamara Reyna |
Categories: death, insect,

Ending Pest

Mosquito die
and the fly too
splat by swatter

Poem Details | by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: on work and working, peace, people, sympathy,

The Phone

Answer the phone, 
Lest its tone hurts
Your bone, non-stop!

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: crush, death, insect,


Wham bam slam splat
That gnat, flat lies --
Death's stat; squished prize 

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

Weeping Disbelief- BT

my grief is vast, death . . . that thief cold- me- a lost leaf ! ______________________ December 5, 2020 Poetry/Than-Bauk/Weeping Disbelief Copyright Protected, ID 12-1309-738-05 All Rights Reserved, 2020, Constance La France Written for the Standard contest, Bauk Than - Than Bauk sponsor, Charles Messina, Judged 02/15/2021 First Place

Poem Details | by David Kavanagh |
Categories: allegory, allusion, blessing, death, pain,

extreme unction T B

         when blood ebbs cold 
           and threshold past
             consoled at last

Than-Bauk Me Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Charles Messina

Poem Details | by Anitha Jayasankar |
Categories: sympathy,

Farmer's Labour-BT

The bend in his back will lend you your food till end
Date: 12/06/2020 Submitted for: Bauk Than-Than Bauk Poetry Contest Sponsored by: Charles Messina