Teen Death Friend Poems

Losing a friend is a time of sadness and mourning. The things that you shared and have done together may be forever in your memories, but that friend is gone forever. How can you go on without your partner in crime. Life may seem as if it will never be the same, and the truth is it won't. Take the time to mourn this friendship, but also know that there are other friendships waiting to be formed.


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  1. Just One More Day

    • By Jessica Hodges
    • Published: June 2012

    If I had just one more day...
    I'd tell you I loved you.
    I'd tell you I need you.
    I'd tell you that you were the best thing that ever happened to me.

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    • Rating 4.53
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    Jessica, I've shared your poem with my seventeen-year-old granddaughter. My son...her uncle passed away December 27, 2017. He was 31. It's a beautiful poem.
    Clark's mum

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  3. Why Did You Have To Go So Far Away?

    • By Rebekah
    • Published: November 2007
    Remembering A Dead Loved One

    Remember when the sun shined so bright,
    you were here and you love me with all your might.
    Now the good lord has taken you away,
    but in my heart you will always stay. ...

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    • Votes 260
    • Rating 4.51
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    My best friend died when I as 9. It still haunts me every night, but I don't let it show. I sometimes think it was my fault he died as we had a massive argument before he died. I never got to...

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  4. She Paints A Pretty Picture

    • By Elise Corsmeier
    • Published: May 2013

    She paints a pretty picture
    But all of the ink has run red.
    This picture is of a bloody battle
    That is going on inside her head.

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    • Votes 125
    • Rating 4.49
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    I have been cutting for 5-6 years and no one notices. I cry all the time in lessons and I still say I am fine, they believe me. I find it difficult to talk to people because I don't want them...

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  6. Shattered Life

    • By Hannah
    • Published: February 2012

    A shattered life
    pain and strife
    Reflects in a broken mirror
    There is a girl...

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    • Votes 42
    • Rating 4.45
  7. Flutter

    • By Molly
    • Published: June 2012
    Poem to A Friend And Classmate Who Commited Suicide

    Isn't that always the plight of beautiful things? 
    They chased after you with their cruel, ignorant words
    Wanted to bind you up and put you in their jars
    Just another marvelous beast captured...

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    • Rating 4.40
  8. I Miss You

    I miss you so much
    You don't have a clue
    You were like a brother
    now my heart is in two ...

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    • Rating 4.38
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    This really sums up how I feel I just lost my friend today, she went missing 3 weeks ago and they found her this morning dead hanging from a rope, I am always going to remember her, so I know...

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  10. Dead Angel

    • By Fern
    • Published: October 2013
    Poem About Guilty Feelings When A Friend Dies

    Broken glass litters the floor
    Because she thought you cared
    I saw, I knew but I didn't tell her
    That what she felt wasn't shared...

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    • Votes 43
    • Rating 4.37
  11. Never Forgotten

    • By AveryAAA
    • Published: July 2017
    Remembering The Times We Had Together

    They say that time heals all wounds,
    But it's not that way for me,
    Because all it's given me are more opportunities
    To remember how we used to be.

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    • Favorited 2
    • Votes 28
    • Rating 4.36
    Featured Shared Story

    I've shared your poem with my seventeen-year-old granddaughter. Her uncle, my son Clark, has just passed away. It's a beautiful poem. Thank you.
    Clark's mum.

  12. Too Many Too Young

    • By Tiffany
    • Published: January 2012

    Why'd you leave so soon?
    I sit here with bitter gloom.
    You always understood my fears,
    You always stopped my pouring tears....

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    • Rating 4.35
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    I just had to say my final goodbyes to a childhood friend Saturday and have to do it again this Wednesday. When God is ready to call you home, you must go. It's a hurtful feeling, I know, but...

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  13. Good-Bye

    • By Chris Fourneir
    • Published: April 2012
    Best Friend Died From Cancer

    She looked at me with those sad eyes
    She told me to remember her when she dies
    She said "no simple melody will save me
    No breaks in chains will set me free"...

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    • Rating 4.35
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    Really your story was heart touching I can feel your pain because I also said goodbye to my best friend Samirya she was too good. She fought against the blood cancer, but at last she finally...

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