Dark Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberNew Pain Of Loss by Sandra Haight
A wish, faint and fading, brings tears to eyes;
     a wish we know cannot come true.
Life suddenly can bring a dark...

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Categories: loss, brother, death, sister, sorrow,

day by day by daisy tyrrell
Each day I live, the pain consumes
What little sanity I have bloomed
Like walking in a cloud of fog
Falling down, sinking into smog

Life just seems grim
I...

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Categories: loss, anxiety, dark, depression, life,



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,

MEMORIES OF YESTERDAY by Chance Summer
On a plane across the ocean, I really can't remember to where
For hours looking out a dark window, I'm lost in a blank stare
Just thinking...

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Categories: loss, angst, heartbroken, lonely, longing,

The Coat by Shubh Vimal
Once upon a time,
There was a man,
He had a giant coat,
Even bigger than his pants.

He was born naked,
The coat was his only shame,
When the world...

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Categories: loss, angst, conflict, crazy, cry,

A Letter on the Desktop by Jenny Dillon
I found a letter on my desk,
The black ink reeks of loss
The screaming scrawl of messy messes
Engraves my wounded soul with sad goodbyes
My heart, my...

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Categories: loss, angst, art, betrayal, dark,

wallpaper by roger turner
The room was dank and dreary
The past hung in the air
There was a scent of mildew
A smell of history was there
The paint was old and...

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Categories: loss, family, memory, nostalgia,

Premium MemberYOUR LYING EYES by jack cooper
As get up and on my way
Strolling towards the pier
On this fine sun shining day 
Looking for someplace cool
Where I can drink a beer

I noticed...

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Categories: conflict, dark, hurt, loss,

That Sinking Feeling by Earl Schumacker
When boats sink to deeper waters depths
Passengers go down gurgling wet
Music sounds become garbled
In fact they disappear
Cold beneath the waves
Rocks caused their fate
No more sun
They...

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Categories: loss, boat, dark, endurance, goodbye,

Three Fine, Well-Tended Graves, Part II by David Welch
...It was early fall when the trouble came
to the Sperry’s and the Circle-S Ranch,
a dozen bandits came riding in hard,
shooting their guns in an entrance...

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

Premium MemberThe Loss of Innocense by John Gondolf
As I was walking late one night along a downtown street
I came upon a sad, sad sight that led to hope’s deplete.

The painted ladies paced...

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Categories: loss, growing up, innocence, sad,

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 MemberSonnet: ''I mourn for the death of my erstwhile youth'' by Ngoc Nguyen
I mourn for the death of my erstwhile 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,

The dark side of Vegas by roger turner
Behind all of the glamour
Hidden by the glitz
Under all the spray on tans
And distracted by the tits

Lies a Vegas like no other
Not the one you...

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Categories: america, fate, hope, loss,

Premium MemberA Union of Hands by Sheer Terror
a union of hands resemble, ribbons entwined
soft white cotton sheets, still shadow our outline
invited to fall or fly for surrenders design
gifts of faded silver and...

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Categories: loss, anger, betrayal, endurance, heartbroken,

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,

ATTACK by JW Nugent
	ATTACK

I can still see their faces
mouths open screaming silent screams
silenced by the loud barking 
of weapons, theirs and ours;
sudden explosions rendering moot
intensity of automatic fire.

They...

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Categories: loss, anger, conflict, confusion, courage,

BRUTALITY by JW Nugent
Brutality

Ambushed outside a village
some of the enemy were killed
their bodies tied to our tracks
to drag back trough the village
there to stay as a warning;
our unit...

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Categories: loss, conflict, dark, death, eulogy,

The World in The Looking Glass by Jaycee Graffius
There was a time 
When I was alone
And silence filled my house
It covered the world beyond my house in a mist
I couldn’t tell what lay...

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Categories: loss, i miss you, innocence,

PTSD by JW Nugent
PTSD

My nightmares are violent;
rifle jammed frustratingly dead,
broken stock useless as a club,
only a k-bar knife and free hand
reaching for those darting figures
leaping over my fighting...

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Categories: loss, anger, angst, bereavement, conflict,