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shinigami (死神): a kyrielle

bred in his jaw, sickness sinks in.
fertile in its tar, slick fangs win.
drenched in him like wet paper.
spat from his almighty vapour. 67 more words


long gone

i long to feel my rib cage, as it
cradles me so. to be nestled in a
body comfortably. beads on
string. to and fro, the silent pull… 40 more words


Where Are You Beautiful?

Who are you,

And where are you beautiful,

Where’s your song,

And what you want to be?

Tell me now,

Where are you beautiful,

What makes you cry, 49 more words

Sad Poems and Those that Tell Us About Life

Children’s poems are not all bright and happy-go-lucky. Sometimes they have to teach us about life and even death. These few that I have featured here surprised me a bit, but I loved them all the same. 385 more words


Express Your Grief With Death Poems

The poems have the tendency to grip the hearts of all who would be present at the memorial services. Death poems are recited at the time of funeral ceremonies to give hope, encouragement and support to the bereaved family of the departed soul. 197 more words

Funeral Arrangements

A Goodbye!

With empty hands,
I brought happiness,
and I’ll take it away,
when I’m gone…


Red Rose

Reject me when
you’ve the courage
to place a bunch of my likes
on the grave – a red rose