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Death Poems About Turtle

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Poem Details | by Anthony Biaanco |
Categories: death of a friend,

Turtle Hand God

            {gone}
I think god took you away
that blissful- ancient mist of man, 
just swept you up one day
with a big turtle hand.
Turned you into a pillar of marble.
in place of your warm, sweet skin
scribbled a few words to replace your smile
cold numbers in place of a shimmering rainbow...  1969-2001.
My nuclear winter...how devastatingly cold.
           {gone}
thoroughly hoed my Eden mind.
velvet flowers uprooted by a R.I.P. current 
to make room for plastic words- plastic flowers
sprinkled with salt and sorrow
           {gone}


Poem Details | by Trash Boat |
Categories: bridal shower, death,

My Turtle named Joe

Joe the turtle
He was purple
He loved taking naps
Hes my pet and i love to rap
Joe never moves
His stinky shell has a lot of grooves
He always stinks
i try putting him in the water but he just sinks
He is so thin
I've had him ever since i was ten
He hasn't ate anything in weeks
His neck has a lot of kinks
Joe is very skinny
He looks super wimpy
Wait a minute, i think hes dead
well i guess i'll go bury him again