923 match(es) found in poems

Death Of Death

Death, do not frown-
You, but a shadow of mine;
Golam Robbani Shaikh

Dear Death

Do you have a heart?
A mind at least to think
Tumisang Ramarea

My Name Is Death

All humans who do not believe
In Jesus Christ as their
Roxanne Dubarry

Death Is My Friend And Yet

When a river in sea subsides,
Alive unto sea it still lives,
Aniruddha Pathak

O Death, O Death, Rock Me Asleep

O Death, O Death, Rock Me Asleep
O Death, O Death, rock me asleep,
thabiso edison jameo calvert

Death! Death!

Death! death! where is death?
Call death here! let me see death.
Gajanan Mishra


He so sure slept
At dawn of his eternal rest.
Tapera Makadho

Death-Hard To Accept

Death, hard to accept,
even if 1000 time we pray still it can't be neglect,
jagmeet singh


Death where is your sting
Tinashe Mupedzapasi

Death Is Coming

Death will come to us one an all
Maybe in the springtime or even in the fall
Randy McClave

Cot Death

I dream so, oh so, so high of ye
Night and the soul, wilt rest
Mark Heathcote

Death Of Good Old Flirting

Prelude there is, nor a lightning affair,
Nor yet the heaving heart's heist to explore,
Aniruddha Pathak

Death-We Are Complete Tonight

Within this path I've chosen
My old ways will soon return
Victoria Lyn Cupid

Life And Death Mystery

Between our life and death
there is fine moment mystery
Sherif Monem

Death O Death

Death O death
when will you come
Asif Baloch

Birth, Pain, Love, Happiness, Sacrifice And Death-A Life Q..

Penning down the fantasy,
From the land with mortals as scarcity,
Aashish Kalra

Poet’s Death-Wish

My poetic pen ruptured
the petite pink hymen
Bharat Trivedi

Singer In Green - The Loruhamah Poems, Her Death Discordant

[Scroll down to beneath the poem for an image of Degas's painting 'Singer In Green' which imforms the poem in many ways]
for Judy Asher
Warren Falcon


A day's light is still on,
A breeze is blowing on.
Sanjib Das


stubbled with a wry smile
Angel ofDepth

The Death-Song

Mother, mother! my heart is wild,
Hold me upon your bosom dear,
Frances Anne Kemble

A Death-Bed

Her suffering ended with the day,
Yet lived she at its close,
James Aldrich

The Chatter Of A Death-Demon From A Tree-Top

The chatter of a death-demon from a tree-top
Blood - blood and torn grass -
Stephen Crane

Sonnet Xlviii: Death-In-Love

There came an image in Life's retinue
That had Love's wings and bore his gonfalon:
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

In Death Equal Made

Cinders from no holy tree may leave proof—
How hoary upon earth was once their spell,
Aniruddha Pathak

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