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Poems About: LOSS

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

  • 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
  • 351.
    despise

    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
  • 352.
    His Loss

    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
  • 354.
    Loss

    Loss is a language I’m fluent in.

    Its syllables rush forth with martial precision. read more »

    Deborah Harvey
  • 355.
    **Lost Ideals

    I His Defeat

    Irredeemable
    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
  • 357.
    Swell

    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
  • 360.
    My Burden

    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
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