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Cinquain Farewell Poems | Cinquain Poems About Farewell

These Cinquain Farewell poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Farewell. These are the best examples of Cinquain Farewell poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Details | Cinquain |

Goodbye

goodbye
the final word
thoughts of never again
prompt emotional expression
teardrops
fall upon the earth like spring rain
awakening new growth
reach for the sun
evolve


This poem is not a true cinquain, but loosely follows the cinquain format.  The fifth line is used as a transition or mirror for the two parts of the poem.

Copyright © Frank Polgar | Year Posted 2014



Details | Cinquain |

Precious Commodity

time precious commodity passing winds blow salt, sand of life vanished

Copyright © Ann Roske | Year Posted 2012