Poems About: DEATH
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
My soul is strong
my body is weak
My heart is dying
I want to sleep, death is at feet read more »Taca Dawkins
146.Aspects Of Death
Looking at death, I do not accept it.
Seeing death, I know it is inevitable.
Knowing of my eventual death, I accept it.
Death will happen, there is nothing to be done, no preparation for it other than being good while I am alive. read more »RoseAnn V. Shawiak
147.' Death Alone
Death alone kills off the warmth
To be or not to be without love.
Death alone has turned the coldest
Of all hearts toward a maker, a God. read more »Efe Benjamin
148.' Death, Is A Pirate... '
Death, Is A Pirate
Who, Plunders Our Treasure
In Stolen Lives
And Grief, Without Measure read more »MoonBee Canady
Life can be cruel.
Death is my morbid but most-loved obsession.
Life is hard- read more »Claudia Krizay
150.Finding Life In Death
I spend so much time doting on earth and what it has,
Enjoying what's mine to use, to take, to squander.
I keep modeling myself to what I think will work,
But for my mistakes there is no remedy. read more »Benjamin Feliciano
I love life read more »Dr. Sakti P. Chakravorty
152.Bow Before My Death
I lie beneath the flame this night,
I bow before my death,
He takes my hand,
And holds me close, read more »Holly Heron
You shall not taste of death
For there is no death for you:
You cannot experience
Your own death. read more »daubmir nadir
O' Death, why have you taken everything I loved,
O' Death, why do you keep taking my friends.
O' Death, why do you always stand at my side,
O' Death, why don't you release me when angels are calling me to heaven, read more »Christopher Tye
155.DEATH is peaceful
Death is peaceful it's like eating at a dinner table in a white room by yourself……silent.
Oh so silent like a silent night all dressed in black with invisible paint
But i see you and death to i see my death, your death
I see death on everyone but god read more »Miranda Judd
156.Who is fond of death
Who is fond of death, my dear
Who is fond of death, tell me
I am eager to hear from you here. read more »gajanan mishra