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Love Elegy Poems

These Love Elegy poems are examples of Elegy poems about Love. These are the best examples of Elegy Love poems written by international poets.

RIP Junior Pope

In sombre silence & mournful melody, 
A threnody for one who passed on sadly,
Who lost his life without a life jacket,
Crashed without precaution...

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Categories: 1st grade,

Love Letter of Summer
By Cherbo Geeplay

Summer is yet to come and may
never come. She's stirring in an
August noon, sitting on the long
plateaus of these fields so far

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Categories: appreciation, black african american,

Premium Member No Time to Say Goodbye
She slowly began to slip away, 
Then suddenly she was gone.
At 1:00 am she could not stay
And died hours before dawn. 
She died too fast...

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Categories: death, lost love, wife,

By Cherbo Geeplay

I can touch the rhythm of your beats,
and sense the chirpy throb; the music
streams it currents to my pulse, the
hair on my skin...

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Categories: appreciation, celebration,

Premium Member BLESSINGS YOU-
Blessing you
 God blessings unto you 
as well in Agape Love 
He so favored you Dear One 
You're ever welcome rest unto Him

Written words by...

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Categories: anxiety, appreciation, blessing, hope,


By Izunna Okafor

Dear, Ify, I with a heavy heart, 
Join to mourn Ma Caroline's tender depart. 
Her love, a warm sun, now dimmed from our...

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Categories: death,

(for CFD, 1944–2023) 

Something blinked inside my soul
I used to be half but now I’m whole
To me, the diamond ring is coal –
That’s purity of...

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Categories: dad, death, father, loss,

Left Behind
“How exactly, my love, am I to die well?” 
The question croaked - a ghostly whisper;
from her lingering mouth
of rotten teeth and wretched lips;
broken by...

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Categories: death, grief, longing, loss,

Premium Member When Leaving Morphs to Grieving
Though it is time to say goodbye,
I will abide my heart and try
Not to collapse and maudlin cry,
For there is a burning need that I

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Categories: grief, how i feel,

Premium Member A Petal Amongst The Thorns 1918


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Categories: elegy, angel, bereavement, death, devotion,

Premium Member Matthew Shepard Of Wyoming
Twenty-one years old,
or should I say young,
with the fair coloring and
grace of a trumpeting swan.
Youth of intellect and
a goodness.

He attended an LGBTQ+ meeting
on the campus...

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Categories: 6th grade, 7th grade,

Premium Member Love Foever
It was a cold winter day
when you slipped away
sorrow settled upon our soul
we did not want to let you go
your days were numbered
we did not...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member Love U More
Snow fell softly coating the brown ground to white
hoar frost hung and decorated the trees 
sprinkles from the trees fell upon us
deep coldness of the...

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Categories: death,

Premium Member In memory of passing away of my friend, Ben
Today, we gather not to mourn the passing of our dear friend Ben, but to celebrate a life that brought us immeasurable joy and love.


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Categories: death of a friend,

Perplexed and dismayed
In the seeming misery.
This bewildered soul so abashed
Within the bodied figure so jittery.

Daunted her deep-felt presence
He wonders, if lost.
Heart sobs within, in cold...

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Categories: anniversary, death, fear, feelings,

Book: Shattered Sighs