Brother Death Poem

Poem About Brother Killed Drinking And Driving

My brother was 30 Years old and was drinking and driving and crashed into a tree. He left behind a son and many people who loved him. He was a funny and loving guy. He was known for his evil grin and his awesome lyrics.

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I lost my brother from a car accident. He was hungover when he was driving to work one morning and hit another vehicle head on. I am sorry for your loss. My older brother was 25. The person...

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Trail Of Tears

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Published: August 2014

You made a bad decision,
you left me alone livin',
The pain I feel is real, not fiction, 
You were my older brother, my best friend it was a givin'

The pain I felt when I heard the news,
I fell to the ground screaming, lost and confused, 
I was looking for someone to accuse.
But in my heart I knew it was you

Your memories are flooding my brain
Sometimes it drives me insane, 
I cry at the rain
My heart is melting with pain

I will remember you forever and always
My love and thoughts I'm sending
because my tears will have no ending

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  • Stacey Bernier by Stacey Bernier
  • 6 months ago

My brother Tommy was killed in a car accident by a drunk driver on April 23, 1993. I miss him every day. Rest in peace. Give hugs to all our other relatives with you! I love you forever, and keep watching over our family here. Missing all of you.

  • Luke McCurry by Luke McCurry
  • 3 years ago

I lost my brother from a car accident. He was hungover when he was driving to work one morning and hit another vehicle head on. I am sorry for your loss. My older brother was 25. The person in the other vehicle died the next morning. The last time I talked to my brother was three weeks before the accident. I remember the last thing he told me was that whenever I needed anything to call him. Thank you for sharing your poem and your story.

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