Poems About: FAREWELL
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361.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
362.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
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
365.Beneath This Tear, And Ached, Grass.
This tear shaped heart, that weeps for thee...
A chamber, sad, yet, longingly.
Along the miles, that had I spent... read more »Michael Gale
The memoir of childhood days,
Deeply carved as years part ways,
Penetrating and leaving memory's rays,
Solitude for silver bells rang in the hay, read more »Susan T. Aparejo
367.And I am outta here!
Upon the lower country,
That combines the sea and sand.
Freedom fights for justice,
In this redundant land. read more »Stuart Logan
368.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
370.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
371.Sonnet XVI: Delusive Hope
Delusive Hope! more transient than the ray
That leads pale twilight to her dusky bed,
O'er woodland glen, or breezy mountain's head,
Ling'ring to catch the parting sigh of day. read more »Mary Darby Robinson
372.Sonnet XIX: Farewell, Ye Coral Caves
Farewell, ye coral caves, ye pearly sands,
Ye waving woods that crown yon lofty steep;
Farewell, ye Nereides of the glitt'ring deep,
Ye mountain tribes, ye fawns, ye sylvan bands: read more »Mary Darby Robinson