April Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberThat Darkest Day, The Loss Of Her Midnight by Robert Lindley
That Darkest Day, The Death Of Her Midnight

She cried out profusely, please do not die,
only last week, you my love, ran so well.
He was down,...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, best friend, care,

Premium MemberThe Smoke And Mirrors Mirage Of My Saving Grace by Susan Ashley



The black-as-widow’s-weeds night of endless stars was so cold...
cruel as the temperature plunged
frigid fingers feeling through my being ~
fondling my heart and soul
without mercy
molesting me...

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Categories: loss, dark, depression, destiny, heartbreak,



Premium MemberDUSTY GLORY DAYS by Line Gauthier


A tired voice and less engaged
You sit there nonchalantly
Never noticing my glance
As I casually look your way

Sitting in awkward silence
Downward weary eyes hollow
As distant as...

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Categories: age, life, loss, nostalgia,

Premium MemberIs ARANJUEZ a pining after the composer's mother by T Wignesan
Is ARANJUEZ a pining after the composer's mother ?

(Joaquin Rodrigo - 1901-1999 - who composed the " Aranjuez " concerto on piano in 1938/9 and...

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Categories: loss, how i feel, longing,

Premium MemberParasailing by Andrew Jung
Adrift alone in panorama, the silent sound of clouds
Once we were here together, gliding over endless fields of glass 
Waking sorrow swallows me, and I...

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Categories: longing, loss, peace,

Premium MemberOne, Nine and Sixteen by Nina Parmenter
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust,
Too tricky for arthritic hands to thread,
Her body had betrayed her, cutting dead
Half-knitted dreams and wistful wanderlust.

Her mind though, fresh...

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Categories: age, loss, nostalgia, poetry,

Premium MemberCANDLELIT VIGIL by Line Gauthier

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
Their farmland sapping every last ounce of energy
Animals and crops, entrusted and on her own to adjust
With welcome visits...

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Categories: death, farm, hope, loss,

Premium MemberOne, Nine, and Sixteen by Curtis Moorman
ONE, NINE AND SIXTEEN

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
For Grandma, this machine was a must
She would work long into the night
Making sure each stitch...

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Categories: goodbye, loss, love, war,

Wrong time, wrong place by Anna Greene
I saw the saddest place today,
One grave,
Two babies
Lost the same day.

Ancient tree above them,
Not yet in leaf,
Covered with snowdrops,
Surrounded by grief.

Weathered stones around them
Tell of...

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Categories: loss, baby, bereavement, death, funeral,

Premium MemberWant to See Me Cry - Here Goes by Roof Missing
So what do you think it would take to make
A poor poet, a man past his prime, for sure,
Cry, for long opaque reservoirs of mineral...

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Categories: loss, pain,

Premium MemberAn Oxymoron in Oblivion by Winged Warrior
  An Oxymoron in Oblivion



My soul sweetly shouts a supernova of a yawning yell
To ponder and penetrate our inept gravitational shell
My love to explore...

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Categories: absence, heartbreak, loss,

Nevermore by Randy Steele
We went to that "holler" each summer vacation
Near one hundred acres of mountainside trees
I'd wake up at dawn, take flight to my station
Down at the...

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Categories: fun, grandmother, loss, nature,

The Man That He Once Was, Part I by David Welch
In better times, Anders Throne once was
a good husband and loving father,
married to his sweetheart, Rosie Smith,
who’d grown on the Chesapeake waters.

He worked as a...

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Categories: loss, anger, character, faith, hurt,

Premium MemberA Telegram from the Queen by Kevin Shaw
A Telegram from the Queen

An interview with Maisie Widdop,
On her very special day.
Her telegram from the queen has arrived,
and has something, she wants to say.

Maisie...

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Categories: loss, adventure, april, birthday, dream,

Premium MemberWhat A Difference A Day Makes by Tim Smith
sun hidden
the sky about to cry
what a difference a day makes
time keeps moving by

our grass has turned to yellow
leaves, disappearing in the breeze
fingers, jingle with...

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Categories: loss,

Premium MemberI Dream Of You by Darren White
    "I think of you
     While sun and moon renew
     I will always think...

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Categories: child, death, grief, loss,

Premium MemberThis Willow Tree - A Collaboration with White Wolf by Darren White
Evening gusts shall take away all my fear,
The stars will shine and fill my eyes with cheer,
The universe holds everything so dear
But you my love......

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Categories: loss, feelings, i love you,

Premium MemberNumb With Loss by Victor Buhagiar
Sitting under the old willow tree,
shedding a few memory tears,
wondering when time will heal,
my poor heart brokenness,
you're gone forever.
Now I'll see you 
no more, numb;
death,...

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Categories: death, loss,

Premium MemberAnd then- by Broken Wings
they lowered his casket six feet down into the cold ground.
They shoveled him under as I wept-
        ...

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Categories: deep, grief, loss,

Lost Love's Labyrinth by John Michaels
Lost,
stumbling
alone through
pained memories.
Mazed.

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9th April 2017

My first Lanterne - for the "Form L - Lanterne" contest sponsored by Broken Wings.
(First Place)...

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Categories: loss, break up, girlfriend, heartbroken,