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Grief Imagism Poems

These Grief Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Grief. These are the best examples of Imagism Grief poems written by international poets.


Angel kisses
Have you ever felt the kiss of an angel a gentle breath against your skin.
A feeling that someone is watching over you and sense you...

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Categories: angel, blessing, grief,



September Daze Haint Sapphire Away
Already the month
     of August 2018,
     May never become 
     a je June'm
...

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Categories: 12th grade, 9th grade,

DONALD TRUMP RE DUCKS I GOOSE
Axe the old Don, a trump peter n piper
   of incredulous hellish crud - be gone
ha air brushed pompous arse
   Sunkist...

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Categories: 12th grade, abuse, anger,

Total Time I Spent In Dental Chair Post Adolescence To Present Age first appointment
so much precious existence 
found me rooted with mouth ajar 
as sigh asper the dentin-cementum 
so mud dear reader (with dem perfect 
enameled pearly whites),...

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Categories: body, depression, feelings, grief,

STRUUGLE OF A SOUL
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© Onen Aaron  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, cry, emotions, fate,

Secret Love Prevailed Between Two Hostile Families
Love is so powerful between Andy and Helena after their love grew up to the climax they found themselves in a situation where no one...

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Categories: boyfriend, faith, grief,

Sometimes
Sometimes its easier to pretend,
That you don't care.
Than to let your logic bend,
And twist towards unfair.

Its not easier to admit,
That its killing you.
When you are...

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Categories: goodbye, grief, heart, heartbreak,

Premium Member Still Life with Flowers
It is an unseasonable March day.
My kitchen blinds are drawn against morning sun,
their slender slats like new skin protecting the body's vital organs;
eyelids before this...

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Categories: fantasy, flower, garden,

The graveyard of my heart
I buried you with love in the coffin of my heart,
When I realised that it was just a graveyard 
Where people were born and they...

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Categories: change, emo, emotions, farewell,

The hour between night and day
You are here.
in the tree outside
my window.
in twilight silver leaves, 
the silent red hawk 
hungry, waiting
for the mouse, just now hidden
in the brush.
You are here
in...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement, bird, death,

paint me
paint me a face,
paint me one so blue that I can barely laugh or coo,
paint me till the colour of my skin no more exist,
but...

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Categories: art, blue, color, deep,

I can hide
I can hide your fears,
I can conceal your tears and your nervous feelings.
I can veil up your silly stupid thoughts,
that you have been wearing since...

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Categories: grief, heartbroken,

Paint A Picture Black and Gray
Pull out the easel
   set the canvas positioned long and slender clean slate.
Sketch the figures huddled and dark bound hostage
   to...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: africa, art, dark, grief,

Happiness
Happiness is a fairytale 
Never ending quest, the Holy Grail
Life is tough and full of grief 
We may see a glimmer, but it’s oh so...

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© Amar Qamar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: happiness, happy, sad,

Sick on a Trip
It wasn't till I learned to drive
That I could look forward to going on a family trip in the car.
With the spectre of car sickness...

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Categories: addiction, allusion, anxiety, depression,

DUI
Scraps of metal 
Surround the trees
Lying on the leaf covered floor
Smoke still rising 
From the smoldering engine
Heating the leather interior
A headlight makes a path to...

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Categories: death, drink, grave, grief,

SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION
I look through this turmoil,
Through the shuttered pieces, 
Broken mirrors that bear dented images,
Beyond the crumbled walls,
Wretched foundations that once stood tall.
I look through the...

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Categories: grief, metaphor,

Cupids Loveless Arrow
Cupid spotted me 
From quite far away 
A round little fellow
Boisterous unfettered sway
Upon his head 
A crown of poison oak
A simple dress of 
Toga and...

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Categories: fantasy,

Piles
Piles

Piles of things I need to do...

Piles of things I need to sort through,
Piles of things I'm collecting for his girls when they are older,
Piles...

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Categories: death, depression, grief, missing,

Fuel Rations
And it happened to be springtime
     when I joined the militia
     so when we brandished our guns,
...

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© Kelsey May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, bereavement, death, grief,