Poems About: FAREWELL
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Mystified, by the struggle
to survive my own pride.
Haunted by the demons of my past life. read more »Lizzy Scott
350.So Long, So long
Oh, dear friend, so long, so long
This we’ll be my last farewell, waving goodbyes,
The moment I rage; soak in tears my eyes
I spoke to you, so long, so long. read more »Raymond Cabrera
351.The Moon Shines off You
As you Lie there in the dark,
Me lying next to you on that hot humid night of summer.
The moons shines off your body,
off every line and countour of your muscle. read more »Rosalita Fernandez
352.Double Suicide As Shakespeare Tells
'It took but one fleeting moment
And love glistened in your eyes.
With gentle allure you wooed me read more »Joyce Hemsley
353.Gone (a tribute to those who graduated)
The final days are looming, everyone's hearts are booming,
it's that time of year again,
To farewell the kids who made it through, through the old and through the new,
and survive to see it then. read more »XxAmieLee xX
354.Farewell My Lover
Of the powers in their mouths and in their tails,
For they are similar as the serpents!
So, do not defraud anyone.
Farewell my lover, read more »Edward Kofi Louis
So farewell, wonderful Woolies
Once High Street’s essential shop
For all those bits and pieces
That we had gone and plain forgot. read more »C Richard Miles
356.When The Port Town Was Trying Her Necklace
When the port town was trying her necklace
at the night-mirror of the sea,
and her earrings by consent of the moon,
I missed you! read more »Ermias Ekube
357.Getting Away From It All
Farewell, Farewell, noisy city, I have had enough of your crowded streets, pollution and incessant babble.
I shall go into the Woods and build myself a cabin amongst the chirping morning birds and summer flowers. read more »Michael Kersting
Nevermore her sweet caresses
Nevermore her soft blue eyes.
Heaven-blown her ebon tresses,
Smiling lips I idolized. read more »Alicia Patti
359.Farewell to Those Times I Knew Too Well
Goodbye to those midnights,
And tears that came to fall.
No longer am I there.
No longer there am I, read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
360.Farewell To The Poets And Poetesses Of Nature
Farewell to the poets and poetesses of Nature
Their beautiful rhymes are a gift of the heart
In literature they will always be remembered
For their promotion of Nature in which they played a huge part. read more »Francis Duggan