Poems About: MURDER
Poems on / about :
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229.Death of the Poet
How can one be betrayed by death
Be cheated out of living read more »Obinna Nwerem
230.Lines in Defence of the Stage
Good people of high and low degree,
I pray ye all be advised by me,
And don't believe what the clergy doth say,
That by going to the theatre you will be led astray. read more »William Topaz McGonagall
231.An Alternate Battle Hymn
To the tune of: The Battle Hymn of the Republic
- read more »David SmithWhite
232.Cruel and Unusual
Cruel and Unusual
by Ted L Glines
Is lethal injection read more »Ted L Glines
233.Murder and more Murder, Sex, rock'n Roll and Drugs
I can see through your wet panties,
that whores like you wear on purpose.
Boobs full of milk and long fat hard on's. read more »Is It Poetry
On the road between Cologne and Frankfurt
The SS bus with painted over windows made its way
Through the streets of picturesque Hadamar
Heading for the psychiatric hospital of the town. read more »Paul Hartal
235.Ballade of a Special Edition
He comes; I hear him up the street--
Bird of ill omen, flapping wide
The pinion of a printed sheet,
His hoarse note scares the eventide. read more »Amy Levy
236.Did She Get Away With Murder?
Pretty eyes wide
With a sweet innocent stare
Lips that whisper and pout
I had no idea read more »Ramona Thompson
Eyes Invisible watching,
Spirit Supreme groaning...
Heart Almighty mourning...
While supporters of unborn murder read more »Dorothy Kardas, Psy.D. Th.D.
238.What does that make you?
If you work in capital punishment what does that make you?
If you kill a murderer I think that’s murder too.
If you hurt some one would you expect it to be returned?
But from your point of view that hurt would have been earned. read more »Amy Fifita
239.Tiller-Baby Killer-Got What He Deserved
Can't say I'm sorry
'Cause I'm not
As a father
As a parent read more »Ramona Thompson
240.The Eyes of Swayambhu
Beloved poet 'Icchuk'!
On one of those days that have become history
a few days before you were killed
we are together - you and I read more »Matrika Pokharel