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Death Poetry And Quotes By Brian Castro: Everything was going to kill you, poetry as Everything was going to kill you, poetry as well, and the last was the most deadly. — Brian Castro
Death Poetry And Quotes By F.K. Preston: I keep dying and hoping you notice me. I keep dying and hoping you notice me. But you're too busy living. — F.K. Preston
Death Poetry And Quotes By Dejan Stojanovic: They are both spectacular, Life and death. They are both spectacular,
Life and death. — Dejan Stojanovic
Death Poetry And Quotes By Martellis Thurmand: Marriage is a contract between 2 people male Marriage is a contract between 2 people male and female;doing what it takes to make the union work until death due them apart — Martellis Thurmand
Death Poetry And Quotes By E.A. Bucchianeri: The Scorpion?The Grasshopper?Which way will she go? The Scorpion?
The Grasshopper?
Which way will she go? — E.A. Bucchianeri
Death Poetry And Quotes By William Butler Yeats: The true poet is all the time a The true poet is all the time a visionary and whether with friends or not, as much alone as a man on his death bed. — William Butler Yeats
Death Poetry And Quotes By Allen Ginsberg: Another lover hits the universe. The circle is Another lover hits the universe. The circle is broken. But with death comes rebirth. And like all lovers and sad people, I am a poet. — Allen Ginsberg
Death Poetry And Quotes By Arlene Ang: Dying is a universe of its own. Dying is a universe of its own. — Arlene Ang
Death Poetry And Quotes By Archibald MacLeish: And here face down beneath the sunAnd here And here face down beneath the sun
And here upon earth's noonward height
To feel the always coming on
The always rising of the night — Archibald MacLeish
Death Poetry And Quotes By Ian Fleming: You only live twice:Once when you are bornAnd You only live twice:
Once when you are born
And once when you look death in the face — Ian Fleming
Death Poetry And Quotes By Charles Bukowski: Some men neverdieand some men neverlivebut we're all Some men never
die
and some men never
live
but we're all alive
tonight. — Charles Bukowski
Death Poetry And Quotes By Mark Strand: I grow into my death. My life is I grow into my death.
My life is small
and getting smaller. The world is green.
Nothing is all. — Mark Strand
Death Poetry And Quotes By John Clare: In crime and enmity they lie Who sin In crime and enmity they lie
Who sin and tell us love can die,
Who say to us in slander's breath
That love belongs to sin and death. — John Clare
Death Poetry And Quotes By Leonard Cohen: Dear friend, I have searched all nightthrough each Dear friend, I have searched all night
through each burnt paper,
but I fear I will never find
the formula to let you die — Leonard Cohen
Death Poetry And Quotes By T. S. Eliot: Every phrase and every sentence is an end Every phrase and every sentence is an end and a beginning, every poem an epitaph. — T. S. Eliot
Death Poetry And Quotes By Ezra Pound: I desired my dust to be mingled with I desired my dust to be mingled with yours
Forever and forever and forever. — Ezra Pound
Death Poetry And Quotes By Scott Hastie: Such is true joy's absolute certainty,Its slow lit Such is true joy's absolute certainty,
Its slow lit fuse that burns holes
In the shabby shroud of death forever. — Scott Hastie
Death Poetry And Quotes By E. E. Cummings: For life's not a paragraph/ and death, i For life's not a paragraph/ and death, i think, is no parenthesis. — E. E. Cummings
Death Poetry And Quotes By Melissa Lee-Houghton: I walk with a dual longing for life I walk with a dual longing
for life and for death. — Melissa Lee-Houghton
Death Poetry And Quotes By Charles Bukowski: I found the best thingI could dowas just I found the best thing
I could do
was just to type away
at my own work
and let the dying
die
as they always have. — Charles Bukowski
Death Poetry And Quotes By Rosy Cole: Nature is bent on new beginningand death has Nature is bent on new beginning
and death has not a chance of winning ... — Rosy Cole
Death Poetry And Quotes By F.K. Preston: All that is required of you is an All that is required of you is an open mind and a little patience. — F.K. Preston
Death Poetry And Quotes By Michael Biondi: I'm merely dying to be remembered for simply I'm merely dying to be remembered for simply writing about my living memories — Michael Biondi
Death Poetry And Quotes By Franz Wright: And let me ask you this: the dead, And let me ask you this: the dead,
where aren't they? — Franz Wright
Death Poetry And Quotes By Rolando Mithcell: We all must face death and walk with We all must face death and walk with it. But we also must love and live in it. — Rolando Mithcell
Death Poetry And Quotes By Dejan Stojanovic: In greatness, life and death merge. In greatness, life and death merge. — Dejan Stojanovic
Death Poetry And Quotes By Douglas Wynne: Love and Death? What has great music or Love and Death? What has great music or poetry ever been about, but those twin forces that undo a man? — Douglas Wynne
Death Poetry And Quotes By Charles Bukowski: One doesn't even think ofthe liverand if the One doesn't even think of
the liver
and if the liver
doesn't think of
us, that's
fine. — Charles Bukowski
Death Poetry And Quotes By Walt Whitman: If you want me again look for me If you want me again look for me under your boot soles. — Walt Whitman
Death Poetry And Quotes By Aberjhani: What is this slow blue dream of living, What is this slow blue dream of living,
and this fevered death by dreaming? — Aberjhani
Death Poetry And Quotes By Lou Reed: Writhe and sway to music's pain searing with Writhe and sway to music's pain searing with asides, caress death with a lover's touch for it shall be your bride. — Lou Reed
Death Poetry And Quotes By Nick Burd: Sprawled out on the front lawn Looking up Sprawled out on the front lawn Looking up at an ordinary sky It could fall on me and somehow be The day I didn't die — Nick Burd
Death Poetry And Quotes By Cameron Conaway: In The Land of Poetry and Fighting, Efficiency In The Land of Poetry and Fighting, Efficiency rules the throne. I try to live here, so I shave my head because hair is dead and dead is inefficient. — Cameron Conaway
Death Poetry And Quotes By Edna St. Vincent Millay: And so beneath the weight lay IAnd suffered And so beneath the weight lay I
And suffered death, but could not die. — Edna St. Vincent Millay
Death Poetry And Quotes By Alfred Tennyson: And at the closing of the dayShe loosed And at the closing of the day
She loosed the chain, and down she lay;
The broad stream bore her far away,
The Lady of Shallot. — Alfred Tennyson
Death Poetry And Quotes By George Gordon Byron: We are all the fools of time and We are all the fools of time and terror: Days
Steal on us and steal from us; yet we live,
Loathing our life, and dreading still to die. — George Gordon Byron
Death Poetry And Quotes By Munia Khan: Growing older is a blurred birth certificate that Growing older is a blurred birth certificate that only can take us to this world's perplexed journey, but it cannot smear the letters of the epitaph — Munia Khan
Death Poetry And Quotes By T. S. Eliot: Between the desireAnd the spasm,Between the potencyAnd the Between the desire
And the spasm,
Between the potency
And the existence,
Between the essence
And the descent,
Falls the Shadow. — T. S. Eliot
Death Poetry And Quotes By Alexander Pope: Thus let me live, unseen, unknown;Thus unlamented let Thus let me live, unseen, unknown;
Thus unlamented let me die;
Steal from the world, and not a stone
Tell where I lie. — Alexander Pope