9 thoughts on “ Death, To The Dead For Evermore - Morose (5) - Autumn Poetry (CD) ”

  1. Poems for Day of the Dead. In the indigenous, aboriginal perspective on death, both life and death are mere aspects of a common duality or eternal cycle, as denoted in the following Native American poem from North America: Do not stand at my grave and weep. I am not there, I do not sleep. I am a thousand winds that blow.
  2. Poems for the Day of the Dead in Mexico Desire In your sweet face everything is beautiful because I look at death, I’m happy; when I contemplate you, emotions give me strength if I see in your eyes my sparkle. Life plays with those who die by the lives they live; With a dreamy minty gaze and I’m starting to consume you by your neck.
  3. Memorial poems written by friends or families can help work through the grieving process. Funeral homes and churches may have stock poems that you can use to remember a deceased loved one. Religious good stores and websites offer comforting funeral memorial poems about life and death, and life after death.
  4. Jan 15,  · In Loving Memory Poems. The act of creating a poem is a memorial for one who has passed away. It is an act of spirituality. A memorial tells the world that while our loved one may be gone his or her spirit lives on. This individual will forever be tied together in the circle of life. Our Loved One's life mattered and continues to matter.
  5. DEATH, to the dead for evermore A King, a God, the last, the best of friends - Whene'er this mortal journey ends Death, like a host, comes smiling to the door; Smiling, he greets us, on that tranquil shore Where neither piping bird nor peeping dawn Disturbs the eternal sleep, But in the stillness far withdrawn Our dreamless rest for evermore we.
  6. DEATH, to the dead for evermore A King, a God, the last, the best of friends - Whene'er this mortal journey ends Death, like a host, comes smiling to the door; Smiling, he greets us, on that tranquil shore Where neither piping bird nor peeping dawn Disturbs the eternal sleep, But in the stillness far withdrawn Our dreamless rest for evermore we keep.
  7. Entering the eternal death, With requiem sounding in the paradise The fall, the dark, And the grey poetry in the scent of your rose This is a special release from the UK's one-man shoe-gazing Black Metal project MOROSE. We were in contact with MOROSE back in and this album was set to release at that time.
  8. Rhyme scheme: abbaacdcd deebXfbbf bgbgbgg Stanza lengths (in strings): 9,9,7, Closest metre: iambic pentameter Сlosest rhyme: rima Сlosest stanza type: tercets Guessed form: blank verse Metre: .
  9. These roads will take you into your own country. Forget. Keep silent. Stand alone. The hills of glass, the fatal brilliant plain. The facts of war forced into actual grace.

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