Poems About: DEATH
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Death is what I deal with.
Death is what I face.
Death is something you don't face.
Death and gore are all I know. read more »dymon sidebottom
338.Comes Death (A song)
'Out the window lies the future,
where we can see, but never reach her.' - P.N.
All the world is hopeless, read more »Poet Dragon
339.The Eve of My Death
The eve of my death, a baby was born, and this kept me alive.
The eve of my death, a baby took her first stumbling steps, and this kept me
The eve of my death, a school bus filled with laughing children drove away, read more »Stephen Howard
DEATH met a little child who cried
For a bright star which earth denied,
And Death, so sympathetic, kissed it,
Saying: 'With me read more »Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
341.Eyes of Death
I looked into your eyes
Your Eyes of Death
I killed for those eyes to look into mine
Into my eyes of pain and guilt read more »Jade DragonHeart
342.Strumming The Old Death Blues
and the aims
of the beat
generation. read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
The ‘valor' was rich as the bygone years,
That slept with him in his silent graves
The sulking verses below the reposing Earth
Unvoiced death in soundless rave read more »ritwika raha
344.Death is whispering.
"Come here. I'll make it quick"
Death is whispering.
The knife mocks me
The precision in the slice read more »Ariana Singfield
(Yet another early work - one month shy of 17)
When death is coming up your walk,
And you're unaware of his escence, read more »Michael Troy Buffo
346.Grandma, I Never Knew You
I never knew you
You are my grandmother.
I get mad at God
For not giving me a chance read more »Kimberly Santistevan
347.My Name Is Qalme-Tari
My name is Qalme-Tari
Mistress of Death.
Were I go
People will follow. read more »QalmeTari Misterres of Death Nat. Norville
348.Killer Compilation of Death
The foglight flickers on and off
Giving the scene a ghostly illumination
The murderer scampers across the state line
In search of a cave, he will find it this time read more »Robbie Squires