Cat Loss Poems

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


GRANDMA'S TREASURES by Cyndi Cegalis
We rummage through the belongings, 
     looking at this and that;
judging the fine china, 
     laughing at...

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Categories: family, loss, memory,

Premium MemberUrban Sonnet - Vanished by Gershon Wolf
There he sat trembling, cowering in fright,
Twilight's pall submerging shadowy form;
His green eyes distinctive, piercing the night,
Body arching with each drop of the storm.
My wife...

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Categories: cat, hope, loss, urban,



Misplaced by Dana Redricks
Author Dana Redricks
January 10, 2018

Have you ever misplaced something that you searched and for hours but still cease to find it. It's like a game...

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Categories: loss, allusion, blue, conflict, how

Premium MemberThe Moon is Blue by Russell Sivey
The moon has eclipsed my face
Expressions lost upon the relevancy
Of each personal strife that I encounter
Bleeding throughout my tender heart
Hurting though the moon is blue
…not...

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Categories: loss, moon, pain,

Premium MemberMacintosh Brittle by Kevin Shaw
Mackintosh Brittle

My name is Mackintosh Brittle,
I live in a world that’s my own.
The Fairies have gone, danced away,
Leaving a note, “we have flown.”

Please don’t disturb...

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Categories: loss, absence, anxiety, bereavement, depression,

Breaths of Silence by Frances Schiavina
There was a time the world was mine
a world of heroes and battles won
a windowpane, mother’s smile
a cardboard sled on a downhill slide

February wept with...

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Categories: loss,

Premium MemberMaine Coon by Darren White
For my sister, Sami, because this morning one of our four Maine Coons suddenly and unexpectedly died...

Haughty snobbish tomcat
tap water trample cat
never inside brat
inferiority complexity
acrobat
My...

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Categories: animal, cat, grief, loss,

LOVE IS DROWNING IN A SAND DUNE by CHICANO EDDIE
"LOVE IS DROWNING IN A SAND DUNE"


her pussy cat was 
dirty like the bottom 
of a trashcan.
all four of us 
tried to disinfect 
her morals...

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Categories: addiction, confusion, fear, loss,

Love of Alfred by Katherine Braithwaite
Oh, Alfred, my beloved, do not go
Do  not leave, but warmth to me bestow,
Lie beside me in my bed all night
Succour me when stormy...

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Categories: i love you, loss,

Overfed by STANLEY Harris
>Overfed
By Stanley Russell Harris
The new mad author.
And Poetry Soup Honourably Mentioned.

Are you feeling overfed?   Do you enjoy stuffing your head?
Actually I meant your...

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Categories: cat, food, loss, mum,

Night Work by KA Kimmel
Night Work

All day long I crave the night,
not evening, but late, late night:
two hours after twilight
until just before dawn.

In that darkness I’m comforted,
and blend to...

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Categories: grief, loss,

I Spotted A Lonely Cat-Poem 3 by Andrew Crisci
I spotted a lonely cat dressed in a purplish blue
laying on a log remembering her love so untrue;
yards away, a couple watched in disbelief...
wondering if...

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Categories: loss, cat, friendship, grief, lonely,

Premium MemberAge of Forgetfulness by Leo Larry Amadore
I have begun the process of forgetting
(and of selective remembrance),
apathetic to once-important retention
of what I thought defined me as myself.

The flow of words is slowed...

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Categories: loss, age, change, introspection, life,

Tigerlittle's Farewell by John Lofquist
And now I’ve reached that Rainbow Bridge
and turn a mournful eye
t’ward ‘mom and dad’ who cared for me
and implore them not to cry.

My life, though...

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Categories: animal, bereavement, cat, loss,

Premium MemberMary's Pink Story by Broken Wings
I just made it in time for Mary's funeral, it had been raining
heavily all day but the sun came out through the clouds.
And as I...

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Categories: courage, death, friend, loss,

LOVE LETTER Forever loved by Sarah Bryant
I would give anything 
For one last kiss 
One more goodbye 
That would last for eternity 
I miss you every waking hour 
In my dreams...

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Categories: loss, animal, bereavement, cat, goodbye,

Premium MemberHear Me , My Lover, Please Sail On Back by Robert Lindley
Hear Me , My Lover, Please Sail On Back

 Close the door, put out the cat
 a rough ride, are we in for that
 Sling...

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Categories: loss, break up, desire, dream,

No ID by Ace X
What do you do when moods talk ?
Whats one to do when talk kills dreams?
What's one to do when one's thoughts answer thoughts?

Was I born...

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Categories: loss, art, forgiveness, growth, i

Premium MemberCircle of Life - A Pet Story by Robert Candler
It seems like just the other day
Our pup, Shadrack, did pass away;
And altho’ they never seemed like friends,
My old cat, Jorg, knew Shad had met
...

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Categories: loss, absence, angst, animal, bereavement,

Premium MemberA Sad Christmas Eve by Barbara Gorelick

     
     Rain for many days
     Rivers of water swept through
  ...

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Categories: loss,