Death Poems by Teens
Death, grief, and anguish all go hand in hand. But death brings with it many questions as well. Why do we die? Is this life all we get? What is the purpose? Why do good people sometimes die young? What happens after death? Do dead people watch over their loved ones from heaven? Sometimes not having those answers can deprive us of much needed comfort and solace. One way to find comfort after the death of a loved one is to remember fondly all of the good times you spent with them. Expressing your feelings to a good friend or family member can help too.
41 Death Poems by Teens
You never know the extent of a word
Until you use it
You never know the impact of a word
Until you abuse itFeatured Shared Story
My grandfather was an amazing man. He died yesterday peacefully in his sleep. I already miss him so much. If only I could hug him one last time, to tell me that it was okay, that I knew he...
My best friend has gone away.
No more will we laugh and play,
No more games and whispered secrets shared.
No more comfort knowing she cared.Featured Shared Story
It's been a super bad start to this year. It seems like every week I have had to say goodbye to those I considered so dear. Many I didn't even get to talk to one last time. It's put me in a...
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.Featured Shared Story
This reminds me of my dear friend and mentor, Mark. He died this year after a battling with a rare auto immune disorder/disease that caused him to be on a ventilator. He lost his right leg...
4. Without You
Why is the world still spinning?
Doesn't it know you're gone?
It's an end or some kind of beginning
But for everyone else life goes onFeatured Shared Story
You know, I still sit around daily feeling crestfallen and betrayed by God for having taken my very best friend away from me. This above poem describes the way I am feeling now. I lost my...
So, I am sitting here, writing this poem to you,
because right now it is all I can do.
I write all these poems from what I feel,
all these feelings I have are too real.Featured Shared Story
I was recently cheated on by a guy I was dating and I feel so horrible. Reading poetry helped alot.
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.Featured Shared Story
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...
7. Mum's Poem
I love you so much
Your soft, loving, gentle touch
You meant the world to me
Now if only the world could seeFeatured Shared Story
I can understand where you're coming from all too well. I am currently 16 years old. When I was 6 my mother died of a brain tumor which had completely surrounded and had grown within her...
8. You Said
You said you would always be here for me
But you left as soon as God came calling
You said you would be there the day I graduate
And that I would hear you scream my name as I went byFeatured Shared Story
My mother left me when I was 13. It broke my heart. She was the guiding factor in my life and then...she was gone. I still mourn her, and it had been 16 years.
From day one,
without knowing it,
I loved you with all my heart.
As I grew older I looked up to you and to no other.Featured Shared Story
I just lost my brother Joel a month ago. He was 23 and I'm 17. For the 11 years my dad had me, he was there. I have another brother, Joey, from mom, but I haven't seen him in 11 years when...
As the days go on,
I continue to cry.
Everything reminds me of you,
as I look upon the sky.Featured Shared Story
This is so close to what happened in my life. 15 vs 13, but so much the same. This was nicely put into words. My daughter lost her cousin. She did not survive a bad car accident. She was so...
I will never again
see your smiling face.
I will never again
feel your warm embrace.Featured Shared Story
I am 17 years old, and I lost my mother when I was 14 due to breast cancer. It's been a rough couple of years, so I know exactly what it is like to lose someone so close to you. I am sorry...
Since the day I saw you,
since the day we met,
I knew this I wouldn't forget.
I have loved you more than life itself,Featured Shared Story
Heartfelt. It brought back memories of the time I saw my father dead in his armchair watching TV, with a trickling tear on his cheek.
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.Featured Shared Story
Las year I lost my best friend (Casey) to a car crash. She was 18 and I was 15. She was like my big sister and I miss her every day. I still cry myself to sleep every night because in the...
It started with a hook up.
And than the plus sign appeared.
Your daddy told me to take care of it.
I did as he told.Featured Shared Story
This exact same thing happened to me. It's kind of scary how similar this poem is to what happened to me. At 21 weeks I went into labor with my baby girl and she died shortly after I gave...
We shared a friendship, a bond, a relationship so strong!
I'd never thought this day would come seeing you like this today.
It's so hard to accept the fact that you're gone forever.Featured Shared Story
This made me cry. My eyes were getting teary. I love my dad and he has died twice but managed to make it through and I never think about the fact that I almost lost him and he means the world...
20. Never Forget You
I miss you mom, more then you could know.
All the years without you have been like a blow.
I see other people, who don't know what they've got,
I feel like hitting them, more often then not.Featured Shared Story
I lost my mom 12 years ago. I was only 10 I'm 22 now n I don't think I have gotten over her passing. Every year its something, something she should have been here to experience with me. Some...
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