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FAREWELL POEMS


In this page, poems on / about “farewell” are listed.

  • 361.
    The Farewell Barby

    You feel so happy when you meet an old friend
    You clasp their hand and hug them in your joy
    But I have felt such sadness in each parting
    It pains me so to have to say goodbye. read more »

  • 362.
    Farewell To Humphrey Kelleher

    Farewell to the great Humphrey Kelleher though his was not a lengthy life span
    In his prime in the sixties and seventies he was a mighty man
    Full back for the Millstreet and Cork Gaelic football teams fearless in the field of play
    But a kind and generous man at heart he surely had his day. read more »

  • 363.
    Farewell To The Travelling People

    Farewell to the travelling people their fame it was known far and wide
    Their horse drawn vans are no longer to be seen on the by roads of the green countryside
    Their descendants live a different sort of a lifestyle with the passing of the decades few things stay the same
    And so it is for the children of the wanderlust people who too are often called out of name. read more »

  • 364.
    Daddy's Closing Hours

    Today’s sky was pale and grey,
    It was blanketed with thick nimbus clouds
    Signs of gloom, tears of joy filled the sky
    Floods of mist formed in the corners of the sky read more »

  • 365.
    farewell

    goodbye my love, my heart has to go
    but my love for you is, was and will always be...yours.
    that is truer than any truth
    a single tear is all i shalll shed read more »

  • 366.
    Mum's Closing Hours.

    Today’s sky was pale and grey,
    It was blanketed with thick nimbus clouds
    Signs of gloom, tears of joy filled the sky
    Floods of mist formed in the corners of the sky read more »

  • 367.
    Fall the sky

    On this October sunset dreary,
    walking down this clandestine road, the only one I’ve ever known,
    my eyes blinded in your afterglow
    Darling, did you even know? read more »

  • 368.
    Old Wolvang

    Through meadow whispering brook
    and blinding streams he took
    drank like starving alligator
    or ancient discoverer read more »

  • 369.
    Unnoticed

    It comes naturally because this one is from my soul
    This piece of writing is a piece of the whole
    It is a part of me because it describes my condition
    That I'm unnoticed read more »

  • 370.
    December

    Farewell to thee, December!—thou art bearing on thy blast
    The fleeting moments of the year—how very near the last; read more »

  • 371.
    Parting

    Farewell! that word has broken hearts
    And blinded eyes with tears;
    Farewell! one stays, and one departs;
    Between them roll the years. read more »

  • 372.
    Written In Illness

    MY bark floats on the sea of death,
    Of deep'ning waves the sport;
    And dull disease, with heavy breath,
    Impels me from the port. read more »

New Farewell Poems

  1. farewell; to the lost love, ademola oluwabusayo
  2. farewell 'to the winter solders that los.., ademola oluwabusayo
  3. Farewell to the Year, sherif monem
  4. Leaves 2, michael oliver
  5. Farewell to the Banks of Ayr, Robert Burns
  6. Farewell to Eliza, Robert Burns
  7. Song—Farewell to the Highlands, Robert Burns
  8. Never To Be Forgotten, Margaret Moran
  9. Not Without Pain, Margaret Moran
  10. - How can I say farewell to you-, Ali Sabry
  11. A wild flower in the rock of suicide, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  12. R.I.P JOAN RIVERS, Proud SugarBoe
  13. XVI, Mark Strand
  14. Bound For Sourabaya!, Charles Henry Soutar
  15. Lump In Throat Leaving, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  16. A Song for Maya, Cristone Benavente
  17. I Hug, Emmanuel George Cefai
  18. I That Have Thrown To The Airs, Emmanuel George Cefai
  19. Sings Sweet, Emmanuel George Cefai
  20. Farewell, Jay Decenella
  21. Lines, Albert Pike
  22. Farewell To New England, Albert Pike
  23. Unhappy, Emmanuel George Cefai
  24. IS ALL WELL?, Barindra Brahmachari
  25. Say Me Well To My Long Lost Love, Echezonachukwu Nduka
  26. Go Away Old Friend, Dragon Heart
  27. XXI: The World Goes None The Lamer, Alfred Edward Housman
  28. Poem 006, Sonnet 1: On a Serpent, Samer Madbak
  29. Farewell, Josh Graham
  30. Wedding Ring, Lento Maez
  31. Farewell, MERON GELAGLE
  32. #350 A Formal Farewell, Jimmie Arrington
  33. Graduation, Custous Angelus
  34. Epilogue, Translation of Paul Verlaine's.., T (no first name) Wignesan
  35. Farewell Past Legolas, Dona Jean
  36. They tricked her is saying belle, Ahmad Shawqi
  37. Twin Cinquains - Loneliness / Solitude, Valsa George
  38. Transition, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  39. Tastature, Pierre Rausch
  40. Unknown Emotion, william cunningham
  41. Go Back!, Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran
  42. Farewell Forever, Rouge Groer
  43. Haiku Bird of Time, Jonathan ROBIN
  44. Farewell Trance, JENIE FRANKSAY
  45. Dreams Long Gone, Paige Welch
  46. The Ode of Farewell, Matthew Edan Oliver Palma
  47. Farewell, Oyehan Opeyemi Akinkunmi
  48. Farewell goodbye my darling..., Mark Heathcote
  49. Blessings, Uma Pochampalli Goparaju
  50. Farewell Daisy, Bolami lawal
  51. Farewell, M S Ahas
  52. Farewell Joe, Isam Hussain
  53. The Parting Song, S.Ovwata Onojieruo
  54. Forever, Farewell!, Waltz For Zizi
  55. This Poem Will End It, Waltz For Zizi
  56. Just An Old Farewell, Waltz For Zizi
  57. Goodbye, Loveness Jamela
  58. The Broken Verse Edit, Noureddine Ben Alouane
  59. A.Blok, Venice -1 - translation (rus.), Lyudmila Purgina
  60. Goodbye, Loveness Jamela
  61. Farewell Cambridge, Ranjith Rajasekharan
  62. Cats Cradle! Cats Cradle, jerome moore
  63. My Final Farewell, Denzel JONES02
  64. Desire, ali naghavi
  65. Farewell My Sweet Grandfather, Lucelle Grace Galleros
  66. ' Farewell Fairy ', John Michael Marroquin
  67. Farewell, Reda quidet
  68. Farewell, Farewell, Our Alma Mater Dear!, Dr John Celes
  69. ADIEUS..., kunjubi varghese
  70. Leaving, Emily Slm
  71. Star Chaser, Ronnel Belizar
  72. The Song Of An Emigrant, Charles Mackay
  73. Reproach, Charles Mackay
  74. George Washington A Capitol An Idol, Nicolas GRENIER
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