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Farewell Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Farewell Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Farewell. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Farewell poems written by international poets.


Death
(English Sonnet)

Somber as death doth pace about her room
The sadness cloaks with black the loud silence
Gone souls she’s loved wait there at her cold tomb
The...

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© Judith S   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death,

Premium Member OUR LAST POSTSCRIPT

How sullen can farewell inscribe
The words untamed, the rain a bribe
Like ink of hours upon our last postscript
Which tumbled down softly and quickly dripped.
Clearly now...

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Categories: farewell, heartbreak,



Premium Member If I Could Change The Past
September eleven, two-thousand-one...
dark age of homeland terror had begun.
If only I could change this horrid past,
alleviate deep pain from grief at last.

Three thousand souls were...

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Categories: bereavement, death, family, farewell,

Premium Member Engraved upon his stone
She danced upon the ground above his grave.
Freedom had been the goal to be achieved!
Within his drink her poison had been placed.
For he was old...

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Categories: bereavement, celebration, farewell, relationship,

Life and Death



Life and death are two sides of the same coin
Yet we embrace the first and shun the last
But no matter which view of life we...

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Categories: death, farewell, inspirational, journey,

Premium Member In Arabian Palace Alcove- A Tale of Love
In alcove of the palace on that night
I felt the rush of pleasure and delight
He pressed me to the wall and forced a kiss
I nearly...

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The Pain Of Madame Lionell


Madame Lionell , sitting under a tree ,
asking God , the time of her free ,
the world being so wild ,
showing anger on the lady...

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Categories: baby, beauty, birth, child,

The Sweet Black of Night
Why do you yearn for
The Sweet Black of Night?
For often I have seen your face out of hiding
In dimly lit corners of ancient ruins
In the...

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© Ojo Blacke  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark, for her, girlfriend,