Poems About: LOSS
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
349.the usual afternoon
we sit facing an old garden
we have tea and some chocolate cakes
we have the usual talk
some jokes and some mindings read more »RIC S. BASTASA
350.Missing My Soul
In Despair of Loss,
Great surprise found me happiness
An absent father figure lend a hand,
Time proved restrictive conditional stand. read more »Blue Angel
What I really despise,
these tears I shed will never go away
the tears that fall, will remind me of my pain
the pain of loss is what I speak read more »danielle white
He made me think I was the only one.
He led me where I wanted to be for him.
But, really I allowed him to do this to me.
How can i blame him for what I let happen to me, sweet memories.. read more »teri bronte
353.Water can sustain life (but not for him)
Water can sustain life, , but not for him,
Water took his life, he never learned to swim;
Too many children, too many early deaths,
Water claimed their souls and dying breaths. read more »david lessard
Loss is a language I’m fluent in.
Its syllables rush forth with martial precision. read more »Deborah Harvey
I His Defeat
The lost war of life read more »Sadiqullah Khan
356.Wail! , Wail! ! , Wail! ! ! for HAITI.
Wail, ! Wail, ! ! Wail for HAITI! ! ! ! ! !
Wail for the sight is Gory,
Wail for the deaths of these Infants
Wail for the deaths of these women, ; young, and Old read more »SEGUN RASAKI
The excited laughter
and giddy chatter of children
explodes in the air.
Shattering the calm. read more »Kim Davies
358.Sex is thicker than blood.
You can scold the child;
You can scold the parent.
They can be taken for granted
As they are bonded by blood. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
359.A SOUL DEPARTED TODAY AT PIET
A SOUL DEPARTED TODAY AT PIET
A soul exited Today to the abode of heaven
I could not recall his face as others say was a man read more »Tuna Biswal
My loss is my burden alone to bear
In sacrosanct equanimity
But sympathy does come calling
In drips and drabs to attenuate my pain read more »Chris Jibero