Death Poems

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The Death Of The Fly

WITH eagerness he drinks the treach'rous potion,

Nor stops to rest, by the first taste misled;
Sweet is the draught, but soon all power of motion

He finds has from his tender members fled;
No longer has he strength to plume his wing,
No longer strength to raise his head, poor thing!
E'en in enjoyment's hour his life he loses,
His little foot to bear his weight refuses;
So on he sips, and ere his draught is o'er,
Death veils his thousand eyes for evermore.

Poetry is not only to share joy and happiness, but also to share feelings and emotions with others in the hard times. Poems about death or grieving help us remember our loved ones and recall our nice memories with them again and again. PoemHunter.com has an enormous collection of poems about this topic written by classical and modern poets from around the world such as "Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep" by Mary Elizabeth Frye, "Farewell" by Anne Bronte, and "When Great Trees Fall" by Maya Angelou.

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