Farewell Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberShadows on the cosmos by John Hamilton
Shadows on the cosmos

I have mixed reviews and emotions,
as I, reflect on my SOJOURN in this
temporal state, residing as I do, in
this earthenware vessel.
I have...

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Categories: farewell, introspection, leaving, loss,

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,



If I should fade by fauxcroft wade
When the lights fade from my eyes

or my thoughts no longer linger

within my conscious mind,

should it appear as if you see within me

no sunrise nor...

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Categories: loss, farewell, freedom, grief, light,

See You Someday by PJ Gongora
Say I would see you again someday
In a place where there is no rain
No pain to twist you every now and then
No memories of the...

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Categories: loss, absence, angel, death, devotion,

Premium MemberYesterday by Michelle Faulkner
Yesterday, I lost you in my life
At the end of a hard day's night
Something in my heart whispers - "She loves you,"
Still, I want to...

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Categories: death, farewell, goodbye, loss,

Never Forget by Michael Robinson

Never Forget

Time spent missing you
Brings torture to the heart
From all the time apart
Will never get to see you smile
Will never get to see you laugh
The...

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Categories: loss, death, devotion, emotions, farewell,

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,

sunnydays by Cynthia Chang
You never offered me your winter coat
since I had worn-out pockets of my own.
You said your apathetic goodbyes and good lucks.
Would have it been so...

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Categories: december, farewell, heartbreak, loss,

Again We Started Ten by PJ Gongora
Fall for me though none of shadow reveal
No simple information to issue
Uncovering the veil of truth concealed
And white lies based on some colorful hue.

Vest me...

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Categories: loss, courage, death, eulogy, farewell,

I Am Always Thinking About You by Ashley Yeager
Wrote By Ashley Marie Smith-Gilchrist on October 27 2017
In Loving Memory Of John Andrew Londo 02/14/1985 To 07/08/2017
Rest In Peace Cousin. I Love You and...

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Categories: loss, cry, family, farewell, goodbye,

Reverence by Nirode Ray
Sometimes life seems so cruel, it turns so pale
Everything just crumbles in a gusty gale
All colors seem present here, glorious, and vibrant
Yet, I feel empty,...

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Categories: loss, love,

Premium MemberNone Can Help by Brenda Chiri
My time is coming to a close
And there is no help to come
It will come in such a lethal dose
One that even now leaves me...

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Categories: loss, abuse, anger, anxiety, dark,

Don't Think That There's Tomorrow by M.P. Shaudd
On his way to work this morning
His truck lost to a big rig
He was running late and didn't take
The time to kiss his wife or...

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Categories: death, farewell, life, loss,

Premium Memberremembrance by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
remembrance

all hail tomorrow
when the world parades sorrow
is that really enough?...

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Categories: death, farewell, loss,

Premium MemberIf I see you again by Jon K
I hear footsteps,
at least I think that's what they are
there were some before
many in fact
it is hard to discern if they are coming or going...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

Premium MemberBroken Hearted farewell Dad by Roy Pett

Watching the round clock reach midnight on hospital wall, my sister one side I on other side of his hospital bed, both of us upset,...

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Categories: bereavement, dad, emotions, loss,

Premium MemberCryostasis by Jon K
My baby has left, my heart's winning races,
She will take time alone, explorer some new places,
Dont know if this is final, or on a temporary...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love,

Thanks For Your Help by Bernard Chan
All her belongings fitted into a suitcase and a small carry-on bag.

After 18 years, my helper was going home for good.

During those years, not a...

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Categories: appreciation, family, goodbye, loss,

To Pete Seeger - circa shortly before his death - verse one by MATTHEW harris
this anonymous weaver spins his written tapestry
to acknowledge your ninetieth year
no matter this author unknown who deftly weaves
(for pete sakes) with english poetry
which rhyming threads...

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Categories: loss, farewell, grief, inspirational, journey,

Premium MemberOnce In A Heated Moment I Recall by Robert Lindley
Once In A Heated Moment I Recall


Once in a heated moment I recall
 Crying out in red-hot anger,
" Damn you, I hate you with my...

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Categories: loss, conflict, farewell, fate, jealousy,