Jacques Derrida in an interview with Derek Attridge once claimed that Samuel Beckett''s works are self-deconstructive. The present book tries to prove this claim reading Beckett''s poetry in light of Derridean ideas. Beckett has deconstructed each of the motifs of time, death, identity, love, language and imagery in his poems by finding their being a supplement to their opposite, and the undecidability in their nature, or elaborating on them in a way that they can easily be labeled with the terminology of Derrida, although he does not use these terms. Deconstructive approach of Beckett towards the above mentioned themes in his poems is as significant as in his fictions and dramas. However, his poetry has been mostly ignored by critics. In this book the researcher has focused on these precious literary works and translated the French ones into English as a contribution to Beckett who always loved to be known as a poet.