Graduation Loss Poems

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


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I held compassion for a very special friend with
high hopes of being friends forever. First grade
came and...

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Categories: addiction, friend, loss,

The Brightest Star by Kaitlyn Krenik
Mom,
 I always thought
 you would be there to help me

 shop for a prom dress,
 get ready for graduation,
 plan my wedding,
  or...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, missing



A New York Rainbow by Jude Kyrie
As a little girl he sat next to me at school.
I always liked him,  no, much more than that.
Later we walked home together.
He would...

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Categories: children, death, loss, woman,

My Unborn Child by Charles Wallace
Each day I wonder why you never had a chance to be

I know you're in a better place but wish you were with me

And how...

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Categories: bereavement, cry, faith, loss,

That Girl by Laura La Quay
Everyone thinks they know that girl. At 
least they think they do. 
You know that girl that makes everyone 
laugh, and is a class clown....

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Categories: loss, change, conflict, courage, cry,

To My Mema by Jeanette Castiglione
As I sit here and wonder what went wrong,
I realized, nothing went wrong.
People say it was your time to leave this world,
to go and see...

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Categories: loss, confusion, death, depression, faith,

Premium MemberBug Lover by Carolyn Devonshire
She had more than a hundred thousand miles
But when I saw the “bug,” it gave me smiles
     Bright and red, it...

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Categories: funny, loss, me, old,

Last Chance by rudy rodriguez
An innocent soul lost in the struggle to fit in
He was a shy kid we all know him
He kept to himself 
Deep inside of him...

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Categories: confusion, death, loss, sad,

Graduation by Steph McBride
When I look back and see
those bright white lights,
those colored balloons in clusters,
I think about regret.ƒ|
You danced gracelessly,
and I didn¡¦t dance at all. ƒn

Would it...

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Categories: life, loss, nostalgia,

*********Too Late by Ashley Smith
As a little girl she would say
“Daddy, Let’s go outside and play.”
But Daddy would never go
He never let his love for her show

In grade school...

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Categories: family, loss, sorryfather, school,

Big Boys Don't Cry by Bernadette Langer
Big boys don't cry they say 
But that is simply not true 
For I have shed a million tears 
Since the day that I lost...

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Categories: death, loss, mother, day,

Graduation by Michael Harris
We have finally made it
Through this last year
Now we must face
Our deepest fear
On our own we must go
This wheel of life we must steer
Life is...

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Categories: loss, anniversary, devotion, friendship, happiness,

Today is Gone by Jennifer Nellett
Today I saw my life pass me by
I saw my first steps
My first kiss, he was much cuter when we where little kids
I saw my...

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Categories: death, family, life, loss,

Never There by Marybel Ortega
You weren't there when I took my first step,
You weren't there to catch me when I would fall,
You weren't there when I said my first...

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Categories: angst, father, forgiveness, loss,

LOVE by Jeanette Huston
From the beginning I knew what was at stake,
But it was a chance I had to take.
He walked out because I refused to do the...

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Categories: inspirational, life, loss, lost