Hockey Loss Poems

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


Often I Think of Him by Betty Bateson
Often I think of him 
his sweet quick smile
bright blue eyes
smooth clear skin 
I dream of him water skiing
playing ball  
hockey with friends 
so...

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Categories: bereavement, child, loss, son,

No One by Ralph Mason
long before I rolled out of bed
the shame on the bathroom 
floor had dried like day old snot

winter nights we played
hockey at the dominion store...

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Categories: loss,



Where Did He Go by Charline Wan
Mother, where did he go, when I scored my first goal?
No one told me to expect honour roll.
Mother, where did he go, when I had...

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Categories: childhood, death, father, loss,

sixteen by Breeana Halliday
Sixteen - A time where innocence shouldn't exist 
Parties, dancing, drinks and drama 
Devil horns and feathered wings 
Sleepless nights, Lazy afternoons 
School activities 
Greasy...

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Categories: loss, family, friendship, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness,

Still Listening by Tom Beaudet
Preface:  Written for my wife our 1st Christmas without Ryan.

Still Listening

Ryan heard me whisper,
Merry Christmas to his mother.
He hears Rob and Ronnie laughing,
at funny...

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Categories: faith, holiday, loss, sonchristmas,