Romance Bereavement Poems

These Romance Bereavement poems are examples of Bereavement poems about Romance. These are the best examples of Bereavement Romance poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberWorld Seemed So Forsaken by Robert Lindley
World Seemed So Forsaken

At her new grave he knelt to pray,
words he had failed to say.
How she meant love and joy in life
before she was...

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Categories: bereavement, blue, cry, death,

Premium MemberTarnished Reflections by Angel Villanueva
A cup of hot tea keeps her company
while she peers through her window;
happy images replay in her mind
as her reflection shares her gaze.

Long ago they...

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Categories: bereavement, death, loss, muse,



Fallen Angel by John Michaels
To say her goodbyes, she was forced to wait,
'til final mourners long since departed.
Twin jet-black feathered wings shaken out straight,
forever alone and broken-hearted.

Celestial voyeur she'd...

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Categories: angel, bereavement, death, fantasy,

Your Lips by Shawn Tan
Pinkish red, reddish pink, their radiance phenomenal.
Curves aplenty, arched up reveals my beloved.
Fall down and I shall lift them up from the ground.
Sadly, dark clouds...

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Categories: appreciation, bereavement, blessing, devotion,

THE REASON by Chrisna Vergara
I never thought I'd fall in love again this much
Feeling so wonderful was there ever a world as such
You brought me back to live a...

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Categories: bereavement, emotions, for him,

Lost in France by Margaret Sayers
Lost In France

1888, Paris.
 
Lost in France.
I do not know, 
Nor understand
The rules of your
Sophisticated dance.
 
This Paris is not for me.
A city of romance, of poetry-
This meeting was...

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Categories: bereavement, abuse, age, angst, beauty,

a little sunshine by mark junor
implications of nightfall creep in the broken window
i sit leaning against the graffiti strewn wall
the city lights spread out below me like a carpet
over the...

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Categories: beautiful, bereavement, destiny, forgiveness,

Premium MemberHere's an Idea by Timothy Hicks
They just don't know how to apologize, do they?
Giving something that's prone to finger bleeds
and even chunkier thighs.
I'll give you the Golden Rule:
with situations like...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, forgiveness, funny

A weep of fate by Aa Harvey
A weep of fate


There was a man sat on a bench, waiting for his bride to arrive;
There was a woman outside a church, wiping the...

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Categories: bereavement, death, fate, lost

In The Wake Of The Dying Fall by Poetic Flame

the dusky clouds eastward, slowly sailing
a chiling breeze from the trees wailing
the goldfinch, scared of dark, hiding
leaving me to the night without singing

everything in the...

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Categories: bereavement, child, lonely, romance,

my heart in beating should refrain by bruce creech
When the moon at midnight breaks
My heart is sorrow aches
Tis like the depths of dismal sea
Where dismal runs the memory
Memory like a shadow cast
On epic...

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Categories: bereavement, emo, lost love,

The sea she waits for me by bruce creech
The sea she waits for me
With breath as deep as memory
And when the shadows run
Upon the sonnets of her face
I find no hour can replace
The...

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Categories: bereavement, emo, lost love,

One roseate portrait of your smile by bruce creech
Was e’er a moment held so calm,
To dull and silhouette our lives,
Like Tithoneus weeping with the dawn,
Should find Elysium in those eyes

Uncloth’d, my mind in...

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Categories: bereavement, desire, emo, love,

Once my love I dreamed to well by bruce creech
Once my love I dreamed to well
Of all that silence doeth entail
The hush and gentle quivering
Of midnight and the shivering
Of moon beneath the maddened night
Of...

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Categories: bereavement, depression, desire, emo,

Premium MemberA Phantom Or A Dream In Reality by Robert Lindley
A Phantom Or A Dream In Reality

Was she not known for, kindness and grace
Loving deep and a sad fate:
Should we fail to bless her in...

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Categories: absence, age, appreciation, bereavement,

Untitled3 by adam wayne mackay
Wake up I have something to say to you
Infidelity is best made topical
Once company of partner disclosed
You have lied for weeks and weeks
I carried hope...

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Categories: abuse, addiction, anxiety, bereavement,

My night is gone by Subhashish Dasgupta
Oh! I hear the bells toll again,
The morning birds awaken,
And my night is gone!!
Oh! let me sleep on,
The moon has lost her struggle,
Against the sun's...

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Categories: bereavement, romance,

Missed it-One day at a time by Angel fire
One day at a time
With the delusion of anger,
falling from my eyes,
The veil of bitterness,
Torn from the one I despised,
My heart withers in my chest
The...

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Categories: absence, bereavement, betrayal, change,

How John Mayer helped end and save my marriage by Angel fire
How John Mayer helped end and save my marriage..     S.Hudson

Our love can be summed up in a playlist of John Mayer...

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Categories: beauty, bereavement, best friend,

These Words To You by Andrew Shannon
A warm tear in my eye
As I just wonder why
Why you had to leave me, fly away far
Now for you, alone, I wish to our...

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Categories: absence, beautiful, bereavement, caregiving,