Food Loss Poems

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


Dobbie by Jimmi Canada
Being high:

On information,
a good dream,
or even a phase of one,

Wishing upon a star to save your soul,

Seeing both the best and worst of things, and...

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Categories: loss, city, earth, emotions, international,

Premium MemberA Flower Crushed by Laura Leiser
You were a bright, yellow daisy 
in the garden of life, so cheerful 
kind and accommodating. 
I basked in the sunlight of
your tender care and...

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Categories: loss, betrayal, break up, friendship,



Premium MemberNothing's the Same Now by Gershon Wolf
Pennants' edges curling up, peeling away from fading walls--
Lions listless, languid, lost ~ Tigers timid, tame, tepid--
Floorboards waxed like glass, nothing strewn, no disarray, no...

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Categories: loss, sad,

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 LOST SOUL by Patricia Fleming
THE LOST SOUL
By Patricia A. Fleming

Seven AM and I sat at the light,
Watching the train chugging by.
A day like the rest on the way to...

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Categories: life, loss,

The Nervous Man by T.I.R.O. JY
The nervous man
Slight awkward stance
Waiting for a train
Talking to the rain

Is he mad?
Is he sad?
A broken heart?
How many times has his life been torn apart?

He...

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Categories: loss, bird, for her, girl,

The Sea-Cook's Lover, Part I by David Welch
A young woman named Meredith
took a cook’s job on a great ship,
raven-haired and dark of eyes,
she stood slender as a whip.

For five years she traveled...

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Categories: loneliness, loss, lost love,

I'm thinking of becoming a veggie by Elizabeth Kinch
My great grandfather was a butcher
And my grandad to,
My mum delivered the butchers meat
In a little van of blue.

My husband is a farmer's son
And we...

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Categories: loss, animal, depression, farm, food,

Premium MemberBroken Planting Oaken Trees by Gerald Dillenbeck
We have tree traditions,
still accessible in diverse backward
and forward
reforesting cultures,
of planting a commemorative tree
when a great and portentous series of loving events
comes to its untimely...

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Categories: caregiving, heartbreak, loss, lost

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

Desires Of A Vacuum Heart by Lemuel Griffiths
23/08/2017
Lemuel R.Griffiths

 'The vacuum Heart'.

Green car rolling.., 
Down my one way street, 
My ex neighbour.., 
Tinted screen.., 
Though one can just see through.., 
To he..,...

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Categories: betrayal, emotions, loss,

Premium MemberStory of the Hungry Poor Child by James Edward Lee Sr.
Mommy, if I make up my bed
Which consist of old Sunday newspapers
Could I have, can I have a slice of bread
And if I sweep the...

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Categories: loss, blessing, blue, caregiving, cheer

Premium MemberSHE KISSED A DYING OAK TREE by JG FINCH
She slowly grew on him, surrounding his body with brown mold and green moss.

He can’t escape her detachment, her selfless embrace. Her love is only...

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Categories: autumn, beautiful, change, loss,

Premium MemberK165 and K166 of CANTO XVII of the THIRUK-KURAL with Translations and Commentary by T Wignesan
165 and K166 of CANTO XVII of the THIRUK-KURAL with Translations and Commentary (continued)

(Commentary: The more I delve into Thiru-Valluvar's work, the more I'm convinced...

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Categories: bible, jealousy, loss, tamil,

Tears on a photo by Alex Duffy
I was 1 and a half in the photograph of you holding me
You looked bored, like you couldn't wait to let go of me
I shed...

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Categories: loss, dad, death, deep, goodbye,

Over and Over by Lynn Dolly
Over and over it hurts
When I think it can't get worse
It's like cycle, rinse hurt, repeat
No matter how hard I try, 
I'm not complete

You were...

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Categories: betrayal, loss, love hurts,

She Goes Back by Lillian White
She Goes Back
By Lillian J. Jeffrey


Whispers flow like a river
she will be sold
sold or rented like a cash crop

Born on a Maryland plantation
her mother works...

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Categories: courage, freedom, loss, spiritual,

Premium MemberFate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup by Robert Lindley
Fate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup

He sat shackled, days and nights now a daze,
Doom and gloom, now spoke in whispered tones.
Once dashing, ladies in a...

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Categories: loss, art, creation, death, deep,

An eel and steel by Volodymyr Knyr
Any and even the coldest eel
loses a plate to any cold steel.

Volodymyr Knyr
2017...

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Categories: fish, food, loss,

Ice Cream And Chips by denis bruce
Helplessly I watch as she fades away
Her personality disintegrates day by day.
Where is the wife I once knew
With her generous smile and love so true?
The...

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Categories: angst, loss, love, soulmate,