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Loss Imagism Poems

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


Galoer by Sam Raven
Gaoler

You’ll feel obliged to make them happy
You’ll cut your hands, because
You want them to be happy
But if you’re not bleeding
You’ll starting to feel guilty.

They’ll remove...

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Categories: identity, loss,

Ring fencing Initiative by David Smith
Do you feel like you are are bound up in red tape and rules,
That are strangling your initiative,
Do you feel like you are wearing a...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, best friend,



Total Time I Spent In Dental Chair Post Adolescence To Present Age first appointment by matthew harris
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,

Premium MemberSTILL POINT 8 by Brian Strand
random event

screen
 
         freezes...

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Categories: computer, internet, loss,

Premium MemberBEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE OBSERVER by Michael E. Harris
A YOUNG AND CHARMING HANDSOME FELLA 
WENT IN SEARCH OF CINDERELLA.
QUITE THE ADVENTURE TO SAY THE LEAST. 
ALONG THE WAY HE WOULD MEET A BEAST.
SHE...

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Categories: cinderella, emotions, friendship, imagery,

THE RETURN by Don Bukana
At a time of sorrow, it is hard to believe
That the sun will once again shine
That's when it seems you do nothing but grieve
With all...

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Categories: adventure, angel,

Hurricane Harvey Landfall August 27th 2017 by MATTHEW harris
This long time doodling Yankee 
(who calls Southeastern Montgomery, Pennsylvania LV
plus III four seasons visited 
   upon swath of topography to see
and hear...

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Categories: america, courage, environment, loss,

If you were the sky by Jef Roaquin
If you were the sky
Even if it rains or not
Even if it's day or night
It will always be alright
I still want you in my sight

If...

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Categories: art, beauty, heartbreak, i

The hour between night and day by Kate sparks
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,

The Fishing Net by Muzahidul Reza
Finally he has gone to fish
With a nylon net
Since unskilled he is
Anyhow has set the net,

But, o! he alone has caught
All the fishes
No a single...

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Categories: loss, violence,

DUI by Lukas Ficklin
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,

Regret by Amar Qamar
Echoing of a melody
Resonating in memory
Straw less grasped
Heart once clasped
A choice taken
An option forsaken
Soul cut deeply
Love lost cheaply
Happiness time forgot
Space of hopeless blot
Stains not removed
Lot...

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Categories: absence, loss, lost, lost

You sat inside there, said nothing but stare by James Hou
Standing under the sun and looking into the days
Blood is boiling in my veins as time quietly sways
Catching the breeze blown with fresh, grassy smell...

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Categories: loneliness, loss, lost, memory,

Premium MemberJourney through Coma by Funom Makama
Life and death on a video game
their punching buttons not responsive
to hospital gadgets and electromagnetic technologies.
Consciousness is pinned to extinctions wall
and disappearance in court
advocating for...

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Categories: health, humanity, life,

Feeling by Raphael Chukwu
So hard,
was the feeling.
When fired,
'twas shocking....

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Categories: longing, loss, lost love,

Cupids Loveless Arrow by Kelli White
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,

Colorless Imagism by Edward Orozco
I will never forget the day my eyes saw you for the very first time
My heart shook, and my hands began to sweat
I felt my...

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Categories: imagism, loss,

Premium MemberHEARTBLOCK OF DEATH by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
You are such a beauty that day
Schemes of suns shines in your way
Beholder of everyone on the aisle way
Hoping soon a bright future lay

Your eyes...

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Categories: death, dedication, grief, imagery,

The Past Death by Joseph Schaffer
The blast,
An all powerful destruction,
Feared so much,
Yet used so much,
The blast so devastating,
So heartbreaking,
A change of worlds,
As the blast pushes threw,
Unstoppable,
Until all is lost,
Even by...

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Categories: conflict, dark, death, fear,

The Wall by Joseph Schaffer
I am the wall,
I am built brick by brick,
My bricks have names,
My bricks are thoughts,
My bricks are your bricks,
Each mounted to complete me,
My mortar is...

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Categories: how i feel,