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Lost Lay Poems

These Lost Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about Lost. These are the best examples of Lay Lost poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Lay Down And Die
It killed me when I saw you 
There, with that other guy 
And now you've left me broken 
I could lay down and die 

Hidden, I watched you with...

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© John Crowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, betrayal, break up, love,

The Golden Keys to my heart's door
The golden keys to my heart's door are no longer remaining hidden from view.
Having a new philosophical view point in my own life.
And I am...

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Categories: bereavement, feelings,

Lay awake
Each night I lay awake
Wondering how much more I can take 
The pain is unbearable
The tears just flow
I dont want to be here anymore

What can...

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Categories: lay, confusion, cry, depression, poetry,

Premium Member What Is Lay A Way
Lay away.
I had never heard the term
Until I saw a friend use it. We were in seventh grade.
We had both fallen in love with a...

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Categories: lay, nostalgia,


Oh! my lady let down, thine hair long;
Maiden fair pining men come sing your song;
Ole gents far near...

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Categories: beauty, lost love, sad

On These Plains I Lay
On These Plains I Lay

White fire and heat, blinding light, blinding bright.
Shot down on these plains,
My soldiers, My warriors,
Fading from my sight.

Battle lost?  Battle...

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Categories: lay, bible, heaven, history, military,

Days of Kali Yuga
These are the days of kali Yuga
These are trying times
Times of struggle
Sparkles in their eyes
Have they come to know
That these are the...

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Categories: baby,

'The Next Verse'
The answers my friends are blowing in the wind
How many times must governments be told
That global warming is real,
And how many have to...

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Categories: conflict, discrimination, forgiveness, how

Premium Member As I Get Older They Lay me Down
when I was young my mother gave me to suck on her breast
It was true blessedness, gave me nutrients
She bore this child in wedlock and...

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Categories: lay, appreciation, assonance, beautiful, bereavement,

As Love Lay Dying
We planted love inside our hearts
a rooted tree, when but a seedling
Carved our initials deep in the trunk
with rings worn on our left fingers
In early...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, lost love,

Free To Lay

 in the night send quite a bit of fright
 yesterday dreams of eating vanilla ice ceam
 outside in the street hearing people scream


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Categories: lay, analogy, anxiety, art, beauty,

Lay Me Down
Purge these wanton eyes   
Lost gazing at her beauty   
Held visions burnt in stone   
Killing me ever so slowly...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, dark, death, goodbye,

Mob frenzy: rationality lay dead

   Mob frenzy - 'rationality lay dead'!

Amidst all frenzy - rationality lay dead!
does excited mind ever bring any good ?
Of what use is knowledge, if it...

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© Ram Ram  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, anger, anxiety, conflict, humanity,

I lay myslef down
I lay myself down on a mat tired 
under a cool mango tree shade
watching birds up in the branches
whispering to one another
sweet words of love

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Categories: lay, allegory, feelings, political,

Premium Member Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - XXXIX, Part One
Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill – XXXIX, Part One

Born in 1868, Alexei Maximovich PESHKOV, better known as MAXIM GORKY and hailed as the...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anti bullying, courage, dedication,

A City Lay In Ruins
These faceless-ageless friends didn’t find her hiding. 

Instead there was a special gift:
The ability to hide in the creases of time, helping her stay hidden....

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© Stone Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lay, allusion, city, destiny, natural

Jean-Louis Barrault As I lay dying
Heavy storm was sweeping dark Paris streets
Lit with dim lights that dreary November night 
With ghostly shadows lurking in the corners
Cold wind dancing with dirty...

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Categories: lay, allusion, art, death, french,

The Lay of the Land

The Lay of the Land

Sophie Boswell

The lay of the land in the Snowy Mountains
Where a blue serpent slides and creates icy fountains
Is a picture in...

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Categories: lay, poetry,

Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 3
Ask your friend, neighbour or even a stranger newly-met
Have they ever been damaged by a ‘trust’ ….now turned ‘regret’?
Most men, if not all, have fashioned...

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Categories: abuse, corruption, earth, i

The Oath
The great mother to whom I cry
But when will your mind be to laugh
Or mouth in joy of peace it seeks
When will happiness to brethren...

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Categories: africa, corruption, sad,