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Sad Elegy Poems

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

The silence of yesterday
for abunic sheriff – a friend who battled sickle cell.

yesterday the bones in my friend’s body wrote me a note of grief saying that they...

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Categories: death, deep, for him,

The Sad Sky
the sky is blue
broken hearts need glue,
don't make me change places baby,
just come through.
I don't wanna be ur angel Darling,
the devil inside me isn't deranged,

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Categories: 9th grade, absence, anti

Premium Member We Mourn
Each delicious breath,
Every cooling drink.
I salute your passing.

Temperatures we enjoyed,
your breezes stroked my skin,
sunlight played softly,
green fields waved salutations.
I recognize your demise.

Unfiltered sunlight on my...

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Categories: angst, appreciation, beauty, death,

The Bewail City
The Bewail city

Ragged into pieces of pain
Each piece tormenting a certain taxpayer
Not even a solitary taxpayer skimped on
Oh the city of bewail!

Walloping at taxpayers 

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Categories: africa, betrayal, corruption, poetry,

Premium Member Elegy for a Garden Gnome
There once was a gnome named Jerome
Who made a herb garden his home.
One day as he frolicked,
He slipped and fell on some garlic
And was instantly...

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Categories: elegy, farewell, for him, humor,

How utterly shocking it was 
To see his smile fading like a flower 
Withering in summer's hot sun, 
He who with his ‘Good Morn' would...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Lost and fear of life
Also life goes on in the change surface of this life's transition 

I have so many things thrown at me  left and right.

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© Kelly Dale  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anxiety, grief, life, lost,

A Friend Has Left For Eternity
A friend has hence home
Forever leaving us to weep
These memories left for us to keep
In our hearts no escape the other home

Our friends have left...

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Categories: bereavement, loss, sad, sorrow,

Premium Member con carnage
Mere husks remain,
unnaturally strewn,
lying by the dozens
on a red-soaked field.
Once stoutly girded,
masking fiery resolve
underneath unassuming
exteriors, naught but the
faintest hints linger,
sad siren calls to
former greatness.

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: food,

Premium Member DORMANT STILL-
His body lay dormant rather still;
No longer jousting and carrying on;
Mindscape wrinkles in his brain no longer his will;
Stiff as the trees in the forest...

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Categories: analogy, death, sad,

Echoes of a regret after engagement

Our hands were restless
holding detectives brooms
with hope of sweeping storms

And our isolation have been exchange
with ecstasies
lurking around medallion of ease
to wind off doldrums from our...

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Categories: anger, dark, grief,

On his Mum’s lap Charlie sits so quietly 
Cuddling close with a lick for her occasionally 
At other times he is together with Lucy
Exploring their...

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Categories: death, dog,

Waiting Endless
Now that you are gone,
I'm here all alone.
Nothing to lose more,
except for my memory, full of you, which I still adore.

Now that you are gone,

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Categories: elegy, anxiety, destiny, heartbreak, i

Premium Member Deep In Newly Disturbed Soil, Lies My True Love
Deep In Newly Disturbed Soil, Lies My True Love

(  “Our dead are never dead to us, until we have forgotten them” – George Eliot.)


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Categories: death, deep, depression, heartbreak,

Wrist of the snake killer
 ( for what its worth. ) 

-- Instruction:  How to know there's nothing left ~ you've over-stayed your visit
    I recall the sun of old thoughts...

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Categories: bereavement,