Poems About: FAREWELL
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229.The Month of Poush
Lo! Winter comes!
She comes across an ocean of sorrow and tears.
Beware! Beware! read more »Kazi Nazrul Islam
230.A Farewell To The Travelers (On The Bhoja Airlines Plane Crash)
With pace does darkness conquer light,
when mounts the sun the dying toll,
spied an aura grim my wistful sight,
for had poisoned all, a single bowl; read more »Raja Nosherwan
231.Sonnet XXIX: Farewell, Ye Tow'ring Cedars
Farewell, ye tow'ring Cedars, in whose shade,
Lull'd by the Nightingale, I sunk to rest,
While spicy breezes hover'd o'er my breast
To fan my cheek, in deep'ning tints array'd; read more »Mary Darby Robinson
232.They Say It's Farewell......I May Perhaps Say It's Break Up.......
I reminisce the walk with you,
midst of decending drizzle......
Now I wonder why me alone in drizzle,
then I revive we broke up...... read more »shinej K.P
233.Farewell to London
Dear, damn'd distracting town, farewell!
Thy fools no more I'll tease:
This year in peace, ye critics, dwell,
Ye harlots, sleep at ease! read more »Alexander Pope
This was its promise, held to faithfully:
The early morning sun came in this way
Until the angle of its saffron beam read more »Boris Pasternak
Farewell is a word that is filled with sorrow...
a word that promises nothing
except sad goodbyes...
You wave a sudden goodbye, read more »jennifer her
My farewell is a long one, I just have a lot to say.
Farewell to all of my teachers, you have taught me well.
You have taught me to grow with the world and with society.
You have taught me everything I know, and I say 'Thank you! ' read more »Shannon Monroe
237.Farewell To England (A Ballad For The Emigrant)
England, farewell! - not lightly, nor gladly,
Now, at the last, do I bid thee farewell!
Hope may be smiling, but Memory sadly read more »Martin Farquhar Tupper
Farewell to all of my old friends who live far north of here
And farewell to the old Townland and the places I love dear
And to the woods and old fields where I discovered rhyme
But the boys I went to school with now have offsprings in their prime. read more »Francis Duggan
239.Farewell To Frances
Farewell! if ne'er I see thee more,
Though distant calls my flight impel,
I shall not less thy grace adore, read more »George Moses Horton
240.Farewell Address at the Argyle Hall
Fellow Citizens of Dundee.
I now must bid farewell to ye.
For I am going to London far away.
But when I will return again I cannot say. read more »William Topaz McGonagall