Faith Loss Poems

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


The Man That He Once Was, Part III by David Welch
...With that he kicked his horse in the flanks
and charged towards Thompson and the men,
not expecting it, two of them went down
before they realized he...

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

The Man That He Once Was, Part II by David Welch
...For four years he wandered, a human scourge,
throwing in with the worst type of dregs.
He robbed from so many without a thought,
and when he slept,...

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



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

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Categories: loss, mother,

Premium MemberTo Dream by Charlie Smith
Twas like the night lived all alone
with faith mislaid from cause to wonder,
to lose the love so few have known,
this dream we lived no less...

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Categories: dream, loss, love,

Black Stones by David Lustrup
I hand you radiant light
You hand me black stones
Blackened by your fears
Never to see the sun
For fear of pain to come.

Darkest obsidian from years gone...

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Categories: loss, absence, betrayal, break up,

A Marker Left by Kristina Whitmore
Sign of what once may be left
Breath taken deeply denial of death

Presence of grace to have a place to hide
As family leaves fall temperatures will...

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Categories: loss, angel, death, faith, fate,

Premium MemberBut It's Not Me by Jon K
I smile and greet I'm a beautiful thing,
some friends and old lovers I meet in the night,
squinted and blurred since I gave up my ring,
my...

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Categories: anxiety, faith, loss, lost,

A Tribute to Muriel by Richard Olson

  I want you to know, how much you are due.
  Of all in the world, you're one of the few.
  To...

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Categories: grief, loss, love,

Premium MemberThe Valley Of Loss by Carol Connell
She’s walking through a valley of deep loss.
Their marriage lasted over forty years.
The toughest trial she has come across.
His death is mourned with strong, cascading...

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Categories: death, faith, hope, loss,

Premium MemberIsolated Communication by Nick Trim
The worst thing is not knowing the thoughts of others,
you have received no information and you're exposed without cover.

All you need is that communication, 
the...

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Categories: loss, absence, change, community, cry,

A Marker by Kristina Whitmore
A sign of what once may be left
Within the hedge line written
Through the dark feeling of weight lifted
A presence of grace to have a place...

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Categories: loss, death, faith, family, fate,

Premium MemberThe Dead and Dying by rob carmack
Disjointed beings beg the questions – still
an ashen horse delivers what is owed.
Decisions kneel before compassion’s will,
to stop and help a turtle cross the road.

To...

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Categories: christian, death, faith, loss,

Premium MemberSanguine by Jon K
I must keep my mind open wide,
as I know not the final score,
and take the days within my stride,
whilst I wait for ever more.

I found...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love,

Premium MemberFaith by Jon K
My chest has split, it is agape
my will pours out in a constant stream,
which bends my spine,
drags my head to the ground.

I am devoid of...

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Categories: faith, loss, love,

Premium MemberI Sit and Ponder by Jon K
I am comfortable with the loneliness now,
I shall wear it while it works,
But I shall take no oath nor solemn vow,
just sit silently as it...

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Categories: longing, loss, lost love,

Premium MemberLOST - Poem that paints a picture -2 by Heidi Sands
I’ve returned to this empty graveyard, looking for you
I also want to find myself, because I am now lost in life
I don’t know how to...

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Categories: death, grief, loss,

Good Born of Tragedy by David Welch
I was bleeding, you stopped the flow.
I was screaming, you calmed my woe.
I was drifting, until you I found.
I was falling but couldn’t hit the...

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Categories: depression, hope, loss, lost

Doubt by J. I. Thomas F.
How the seasons change, my friend!
I found myself today,
admitting what I might have done,
had fate not clogged the way. 

And, truly, I have always thought,
that...

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Categories: angst, hope, introspection, loss,

Premium MemberSacred Holes by Gerald Dillenbeck
Death leaves a sacred hole
where once lived a whole relationship
with both potential future
and a now more cherished past

Still seen
and heard
and smelled,
tasted and felt, sensed
and incensed
through...

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Categories: loss, birth, death, health, integrity,