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Personification Goodbye Poems | Personification Poems About Goodbye

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I thought it was my imagination, when 
I saw it coming,
I felt the warm, intimate air, coming closer
And closer and closer into my left side of my face,
I gave him the instance and manner of His presence

What a pleasant activity to termination
His face was contentment, 
What a surprise kiss!

My mind was gratified, since I liked
Him first…
My facial expression, show it all, when my 
Eyes started an ending blinking,
He motion to my left eye, and wipe the 
Frozen tear, 
His fellows observe attentively 
As he took chocolate in his pocked, and give it to me,

It felt like, it was my first kiss ever…
As we both gave an innocent smile, it was
we danced in the middle of the road,
with no music, only the heartbeat in our hearts present,
pretend like we the only creatures in the planet. 
Oh, I was so sad when it was time for me
To go.
if only i can get a second chance to dance with him again,
another chance to kiss, to communicate, to share and to love,
my life would be compete.

another chance to share that feeling none can take away.
Kiss goodbye! 
he emotionally kissed my hand,
And motioned his hands with a fake and unpleasing
Goodbye, he was sad,
But we both knew that we’ll see one another,
Soon, before the next flight! 
When the car was in motion, he gave me a quick smile
and inner pierce of his beautiful eyes
Kiss goodbye, I smiled
Kiss goodbye I thought
Kiss goodbye, he’s gone
Kiss goodbye it is.

Copyright © Ncumisa Siko

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Slowly so sneakily you crept into my life
Destroying everything in your path
You simply don’t care do you?
Leaving your slime everywhere 
Eradicating everything you touch
Moving on to your next innocent victim
You revolt me and I detest the sight of you
I heaved when I saw you today
Well I’ve got news for you
I know your little game and ITS OVER
I’ve put the pellets down and you are trapped
Goodbye slug forever

Jan Allison
4th September 2014

Copyright © JAN ALLISON

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my Royaume

I've never thought that i would feel this way,
But it finally happened somehow someday;
And i drowned in the deep oceans that looked at me.
I got dazzled by this smile everytime i see
These petals opening softly revealing wonderful pearls;
And everytime this breeze fonndles my skin, my heart twirls.
How i wish to stay forever in this acropolis of passion!
How i admire those two loyal guards fulfilling their mission!
Look at the heavens sparkling in those skies
Making it hell when it comes to goodbyes...
But some dreams are meant to never come true,
Like the one of falling asleep next to you
Because, as they say, the moon is not allowed to rise on the majestic wooden cross
But what a shame of this culture and what a terrible loss...
I had to accept to fall back on earth
A place where cruelty took birth!
Even though they broke my wings, i'll climb as high as i can get
To try and find the heavens that i would never forget.

Copyright © dreamersis poems

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Can I say

Shaking earth, you call me? Can I say, some moment please?
Just had my meal, pretending to sleep
The hustle of life-chants me a lullaby, helping me to forget the lows
This small hut, my modest abode- Made of clay, a part of your life.
It’s trembling now, falling into pieces
I am not asking for more, I know it’s yours- the soil and we mortals both
The air we breathe and the sound of wind- this and more and henceforth
But can’t bear the pain, the fellows cry, how can you show no empathy
Just had my meal, pretending to sleep
Can I say, some moment please?

Copyright © SWATI SINHA

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Blue and Black roses.

kiss midnight goodbye and watch its dark petals float away on the night breeze,.kiss 
midnight goodbye and bask in the rays of the morning sun.,render the past gone and wash 
in the dew of your dawn. Kiss midnight goodbye and with it the queen of the stars and her 
banquet ...,I kiss midnight goodbye and embrace my new beginning because in your eyes i 
see the map of my world.. I watch everything come to ease in a stare,the other side of 
darkness,painless and no less beautiful. A wordless understanding but an understanding 
none the less.,comforting;But not of my lamentations but of my subconsious need..a 
seemingly ever present presence..the pen of my thoughts.

Copyright © Aaron Kibirige

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He Loves Me No More

Because he no more loves me, 
I will have to go back to my solitude - 
my only friend, before I met him. 
Now, today after many years in love 
he is throwing my adoration 
through a severe hurricane; 
forgetting to protect me. 
My man - the only man 
I have ever loved; 
he no more loves me. Why? 

Suddenly, all my expectations 
dissolved, disappeared; 
gone to another continent, 
even to another atmosphere - 
anywhere, but here with me. 
He no more loves me. Why? 

How I wish, this very moment 
to be invisible, 
As my dreams and thoughts 
are turning into hatred. 
He no more loves me. Why? 

Sobbing is echoing louder 
than the silence surrounding 
my dark room. 
I will be living patiently out of love. 

He no more loves me. 
I am never included in any of his plans, 
neither those of yesterday, today, or tomorrow. 
How I wish to remember 
only the good times we had together; 
but now, there is no present or future 
Because he loves me no more. 
I am old, and have not 
Much time left. 

Written By 
Therese Bacha

Copyright © Therese Bacha

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The Heart of Balmville

*The Heart of Balmville

A living thing I was; I graced your land.
Three hundred years and more, I stood with pride.
A focal point to meet with friends to stand,
or drive the intersecting roads beside
the wall that sheltered me, your blessed tree,
you thought long-standing for eternity.

The 'Heart of Balmville' often you called me;
so many grew up in my view's embrace,
and took for granted that my vision be
forever etched within this Balmville space.
Inside your small historic park I stood
preserved for years in my dear ancient wood.

My statuesque magnificence now gone...
your hearts are saddened, missing my great limbs.
But with my stump, may memories hold on
while picture of my leaves and branches dims.
May 'Heart of Balmville' live within your heart...
I, Balmville Tree, at last from you depart.

Sandra M. Haight

~4th Place~
Contest: Any Poem Trashed in a Recent Contest
Sponsor: Broken Wings
Judged: 09/04/2015


Copyright © Sandra Haight