Category: Death Poems

My Savior

My one and only, Always there when I’m lonely, Plain and simple, Tho has the power to move mountains, But gentle to the touch, For many its comforting, While others not so much, I give all my love to you, For that day, When I stray, From reality You will put me in my place,

I Don’t Fear Hell

I Don’t Fear Heaven, And I Sure Don’t Fear Hell, So Take Me Down There, And To Satan I Will Tell, Bring On The Pain That Awaits Me, I Didn’t Come Here For A Reward, But This Sure Beats Heaven, Cause At Least Here I Ain’t Bored.

Death Is A Woman

In the face without masks, Death is a woman. In the moment you know yourself, Death is a woman. At the end of all questions, Death is a woman. As the well of all answers, Death is a woman. At the end of all regrets, Death is a woman. In the liberation through tears, Death

I Stare Death In The Eyes

Every morning I wake up, To stare death in the eyes, Thinking of everyone, I put the gun away, I walk away from the eyes of death, I got through the pain everyday, Not because it happens, Because it happened, Staring death in the eyes, Makes me understand why, Slitting wrist, Buck shots to the

Life After Death

Life after death is silent, As in a cemetery. Mourners came and went, Dirge and elegy are gone. Death does not hear, Even a silent prayer. Death does not see, Even the dark underground. When death does speak, You do not hear. When death does smile, You do not see. A song of those who

Death

Death is forever, so don’t flirt with death. Death is painful, so stay away from knifes. Death is not for lovers, so don’t die. Death is not for me, so don’t even try. Death is never clear, so be careful. Death is never fun, so stay away from strangers. Death is never pleasing, so don’t