Beauty Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberLosing Weight by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
I’m losing weight again
I needed to for my
health’s sake
I needed to for me

I decided to join
Weight Watchers again
I did so on March 17th
Oh what a...

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Categories: loss, beautiful, beauty, write, writing,

Premium MemberAn Unexpected Tale - The Golden Oriole Lost and Found by Victor Buhagiar
As Martin gazed at the girl he believed her a nymph.
Pipes continued with their haunting melody. 
"I’d never thought such exotic places existed…
Especially here in...

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Categories: loss, love,



Three Fine, Well-Tended Graves, Part I by David Welch
Rudolph Sperry was a ranch-owner’s son,
and rode hard for his Circle-S brand,
helping punchers herd cattle 'cross the plains,
in Nebraska’s western Sand Hill lands,
he wasn’t that...

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Categories: loss, courage, family, growth, hero,

Premium MemberSonnet: ''I mourn for the loss of my former youth'' by Ngoc Nguyen
I mourn for the loss of my former youth,
a time of innocence and naive bliss
which hid from me life's dark, unpleasant truth
but for ever holds...

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Categories: age, innocence, longing, loss,

A ROSE I NEVER GOT by Sonny Kanyinji
In the morning, I awake with a thought,
A thought about a rose I never got.

Its beauty, oh do I reminisce about.
And the thought ever grows...

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Categories: feelings, flower, loss, love,

The Price of a Normal Life, Part II by David Welch
Hours later Bud rode a spent, tired horse,
covered in grit and grime from the chase,
as he went he came upon a well-built ranch,
painted white, a...

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Categories: loss, adventure, conflict, family, growth,

The Last One You'd Expect by David Welch
Eli…my dear Eli….

We’d never imagined it would end this way,
she was so perfect, so impressive.
Seemed like she could do anything
that she set her mind to.

Her...

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Categories: death, loss, science, science

A Continuation of Explanation by Michael Robinson

A Continuation of Explanation


Grief of loss
Loss of pain
Pain left a stain
Stain that is constantly washed
Washed in sorrow
Sorrow never forgot
Forgot the beauty
Beauty of life
Life of beauty
beauty...

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Categories: loss, analogy, anxiety, conflict, confusion,

Progress by R. e. taylor
Progress
By R.e. Taylor

Man has moved on
Progressed
Beauty no longer matters
Only function
Canyons of glass
With walls of stone
No more flowers
Or window boxes
No more balconies
Or cobblestone streets
No more places...

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Categories: change, loss, sad,

Break Free From Melancholy by Michael Robinson


Break Free from Melancholy

The symbolic nature of heart and hand 
Love lost grief of pain that may never end
A life of anguish - distress of...

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Categories: loss, analogy, angst, anxiety, beautiful,

Premium MemberYour Life A Jewel Unto Me by Robert Lindley

    Your Life A Jewel Unto Me

    O' long departed friend,
    wandering ghost in this dark...

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Categories: loss, art, beauty, dream, heartbreak,

The view of Anthony Hepplethwaite 2013 by John Smallshaw


With a little tightening round the waist 
the skinny day comes out to taste the 
fatness of the light
I am in sight of something great...

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Categories: death, loss, political,

Premium MemberTwo Meaningful Items For Sale by Laura Loo
There are two items I have for sale,            
     ...

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Categories: death, loss, love, wife,

How A Cowboy Loves, Part II by David Welch
...The last day they rode slowly back,
still giving each other naughty looks,
a love affairs go, theirs was intense,
truly one for the record books.
Merrick hesitated to...

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Categories: depression, heartbreak, loss, love,

How A Cowboy Loves, Part I by David Welch
Merrick Brigs worked at Caldwell’s ranch,
offering two-week excursions by horse,
up in the Rockies they’d ride and camp,
suburban cowboys loved it, of course.
One summer day he...

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Categories: depression, heartbreak, loss, love,

Her Beauty by W.A. CHOLT
Her Beauty 
A fallen star
In the heavens. 


         W.A. CHOLT.  Copyright Fergal O Reilly.  2018...

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Categories: beauty, fate, loss, time,

Soon Enough, Part I by David Welch
Charlotte Wentworth married far too young,
to a man quite rich with old money.
It had seemed such a dream on the big day,
a year later it...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

Premium MemberA light tap upon heaven's door by Rick Parise

She came unannounced
A light tap upon my door
Greeting me with a loving smile
Sweet eyes to adore

A pentacle of beauty
A spirit of lasting light
She shared all...

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Categories: beauty, birth, death, loss,

Premium MemberDISCONNECT by Line Gauthier


It occurred to me
I think more and more like a poet
Thoughts jumbled with imagery
Off in my own colourful world
Small wonder there’s a disconnect
With dusty musty...

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Categories: loss, conflict, discrimination, imagination, innocence,

Premium MemberOde to my Mother by Keith Trestrail
She was of this rich earth and clay
a winsome lass so full of life and so wont at play
who used to water ski in Turtle...

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Categories: loss, mother,