Happy Loss Poems

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


Your Place in My Thoughts by Joseph Potts
Your Place in My Thoughts

I so forcibly suppress my thoughts of you.
Your entity lingers like the putrid scent of sulfur in my soul. 
The havoc...

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Categories: 10th grade, loss,

I watch as she grows weaker by debbie hernandez
I watch as she grows weaker and it breaks my heart in two
To see her in such pain I wonder just how long she will...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, cancer, how i



An Emotional Journey by Andrew Crisci
I seem to have forgotten how happy
I greeted time, although it lasted briefly;
youth is that phase of life when every thought
is free and delightful allowing...

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Categories: loss, anxiety, feelings, first love,

Home by JW Nugent
HOME

The family is very excited
happy to see me come home
they know I have changed,
but they have changed as well.

Their eyes are worried wary,
their expressions oddly...

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Categories: loss, betrayal, conflict, confusion, culture,

Premium MemberCANDLELIT VIGIL by Line Gauthier

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
Their farmland sapping every last ounce of energy
Animals and crops, entrusted and on her own to adjust
With welcome visits...

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Categories: death, farm, hope, loss,

How to Find Happiness by Janet Bingham
The real irony of life
is that we think
everybody else is
happier than we are
and has a better life
than we do.
That isn't so.
We all have dark moments
of...

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Categories: loss, courage, depression, encouraging, endurance,

The Journey by Catherine Hamer
The Journey

Watching her suffer with a limited life
I did not cry

Caring and cleaning with all my might
I did not cry

Groomed and abused before my teens
I...

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Categories: abuse, loss, moving on,

Premium MemberTarnished Reflections by Angel Villanueva
A cup of hot tea keeps her company
while she peers through her window;
happy images replay in her mind
as her reflection shares her gaze.

Long ago they...

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Categories: bereavement, death, loss, muse,

STORED IN LOSS by Jimmi Canada
Now what is is always happy,
even dreams can say they're alive

Now it was what it always had inside of myths,
the legends tails whip against the...

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Categories: loss, abortion, age, america, angst,

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,

What was by Manoj Kumar
Dried up grass shimmer in the sun
Like fossilized corpses with nowhere to run
The barren land stretches till my eyes can see
Eyes filled with visions of...

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Categories: loss, lost love,

Soon Enough, Part I by David Welch
Charlotte Wentworth married far too young,
to a man quite rich with old money.
It had seemed such a dream on the big day,
a year later it...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

Life goes on by Aa Harvey
Life goes on.


When I found you sat crying, on that park bench,
With the soggy tissue pressed against your nose.
I simply said excuse me and you...

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Categories: family, grief, loss, lost

Premium MemberWhat Stirs the Darkness by Gregory R Barden

What is that ...
          There ... in the darkness?
       ...

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Categories: loss, analogy, innocence, introspection, life,

Premium MemberAt the Seat of the Catacombs of Amygdala by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton


 
"At the Seat of the Catacombs of Amygdala"



 
"...the curse ruled from the underground down by the shore
And their hope grew with a hunger...

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Categories: daughter, imagery, journey, loss,

Premium MemberDream Sustained Friendship by CayCay Jennings
Awake, I cannot escape my love’s depth for you.
Awake, I cannot deny my loathing towards you.
Confusion and missing settle-stay in my pain’s cliché.
Thoughts of you...

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Categories: loss, confusion, dream, friend, friendship,

Not The Girl For Me by David Welch
She’s a red-head, fiery as cliché,
as passionate about work as play,
she’s not afraid to be feminine,
and show softness that lies within.
Her eyes are a lightish,...

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Categories: angst, break up, loss,

After Your Heartbreak by Andrew Crisci
Life seemed an adventure filled with joy...  
when you met that handsome boy;
you flew through skies without clouds:
trusting in him kept you from doubts....

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Categories: loss, anxiety, heartbroken, loneliness, longing,

Come by the Hanging Tree by Ruben Alejandro Hernandez Diaz
Come walk to the Hanging Tree,
So tall and green that any could see;
The maiden sailed through the sea,
In order to look for the Hanging Tree;
She...

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Categories: loss, adventure, dream, image, imagination,

Premium MemberThe Stupid One George Bush by Nick Trim
You have a crush,
you then get crushed.
In a rush,
to not feel crushed,
you soon develop a new crush,
which leaves you crushed.
Now you're not in such a...

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Categories: loss, america, cheer up, funny,