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Poems About: LOSS

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  • 373.
    Only Love Can Say...

    Count them like the random pennies safekept for a rainy day,
    the obvious cruel reasons of the hows and whys;
    loss pushes love away...
    Take the cold frigid reasons to hand spread them out to lay, read more »

    LoraMae Hawkins
  • 374.
    Of Your Financial Loss

    I am sorry to hear of your financial loss
    But many are burdened with some sort of cross
    Though how somebody's loss can be another's gain
    Is something that seems beyond me to explain read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 375.
    Look To The Cross

    When they saw Christ's death upon the cross
    Many counted it a tragic loss
    But for the believers they counted it gain
    Never to fear eternity ever again read more »

    Mary Ryan
  • 376.
    Regrets Held

    Ripping tearing pulling shedding demolished
    all what’s left of my internals
    I stand above looking down on my body
    too much for me handle read more »

    faith toney
  • 377.
    It Does Seem A Very Hard Thing To Explain

    It does seem a very hard thing to explain
    Why one person's loss is another one's gain
    A downturn in the stockmarket millionaires to paupers does create
    Whilst some from others loss gain and their good fortune celebrate read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 378.
    The Banks and Me

    They squeeze each penny out of me,
    Rid me of my little loot,
    Whilst they draw enormous salaries
    With large bonuses to boot! read more »

    Joe Hughes visit
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