Mystery Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberYOUR LYING EYES by jack cooper
As get up and on my way
Strolling towards the pier
On this fine sun shining day 
Looking for someplace cool
Where I can drink a beer

I noticed...

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Categories: conflict, dark, hurt, loss,

The Death of Marriage by Steve Zak
It looked so right on paper to everyone; but when the night embraced her she was alone, still wanting to believe in love. 

Her footsteps...

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Categories: heartbreak, loneliness, loss, lost



November Rain by Alesia Leach
No more do I see your eyes
just the sadness remains,
and the hurt I feel inside
comes like cold November rain

It wasn't meant to last forever
and can...

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Categories: dream, grief, loss, lost

Moving On by Mark Hughes
Darkness cloaks the light of day
reveals a life, of lonely ways.

Whispered words, confess to mourning
welling tears, for you I'm yearning.

These silent pleas' shall go unheard
and...

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Categories: loss, wife,

Her heart by Aa Harvey
Her heart


There she goes into my words without prose.
I cannot continually write about my sweet dream-rose,
Who will never know,
How I feel about her.
My missing words...

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Categories: desire, loss, me, passion,

Into The Forest of the Fireflies Light Hotaru's POV by PJ Gongora
I was wandering in a forest I don't know
My father told me not to but I chose to go..
This place is a mystery to me
Little...

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Categories: loss, death of a friend,

Premium MemberWhy by Heidi Sands
Tears fallen in solemn places
With questions why you left,
Even with the threats
Why didn’t you fight for the most important part of your life?
A mystery remains
Brewing...

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Categories: heartbreak, longing, loss, pain,

Sleep by DM Babbit
If only you could sleep
 but the night's fires cause me to weep.
Deep in the heat of burning embers
 it's your heart I want to...

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Categories: absence, caregiving, loss,

Premium MemberAmnesia - 'Memories 7' by Maria Williams
Memories Episode 7 … continued from ‘Running’ - (Memories Episode 6)  

This time I awake a complete wreck
Inconsolable sobbing wracks my body
This was no...

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Categories: bereavement, heartbroken, loss, mystery,

Landscape - Glaciers are Weeping by Bartholomew Williams
For thousands of years, ice giants were sleeping.
But now, these dense “blue ice” glaciers are weeping.
Warnings that in many ways bear repeating.
Global climate change speeds...

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Categories: loss, emotions, environment, green, imagery,

Premium MemberCries of the Unborn by Freddie Robinson Jr.
I can't get to sleep right now ...
there's no mystery why
Got thunder crashing and
lightning flashing in the sky
And there are frail whimpers
coming from the nursery...

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Categories: abortion, baby, loss, pain,

The tree of life by Katherine Braithwaite
We are little leaves upon the tree
We  never did control our  tiny worlds
The tree of life; what power, what  mystery

With metaphor, it’s...

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Categories: allusion, animal, leaving, loss,

Beautiful eyes by Aa Harvey
Beautiful eyes


Imagine falling in love with someone you have never seen.
Would you give your heart away to a mystery?
What if you could fall head over...

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Categories: fear, heartbroken, loss, love,

Premium MemberUntimely Silence by Gerald Dillenbeck
Most folks I loved
died when I was in my thirties.
Not just people,
but our San Francisco bohemian mecca lifestyle,
our 365 days and nights celebration
turned into an...

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Categories: loss, depression, destiny, grief, health,

Heartbroken Justice by Connie Acevedo
[Heartbroken Justice]

In a day of disgust and anger
She lay to rest her babe
With blood-stained hands now cleaned of conviction
She must stare truth in the face.
To...

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Categories: loss, child, child abuse, death,

An echo by Gary Onderisin
From seemingly impossibly far away, yet dramatically near:


Footprints seen, clearly ones left behind there in the sand,

but footprints from a nigh mythic beach, one all...

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Categories: faith, heaven, hope, loss,

Premium MemberAll I need- - -Is A Little Sunshine by Charles Henderson
Thunder heads loom as Autumn gardens go dark.
A folded flag gathers dust where it fell on the veranda.
Small respite for the price he paid, she...

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Categories: loss, change, character, confidence, dedication,

Loss by Holly Bohto
Out of all the things I've lost
I've lost my mind the most...

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Categories: loss, confusion, crazy, mystery,

Premium MemberA Fisherman's Soul by Laura Loo
Mossy vines served as camouflage for a  d
                ...

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Categories: child, death, fishing, loss,

Premium MemberBid Them Return With Knowledge Of Eternity by Robert Lindley
Bid Them Return With Knowledge Of Eternity

Send out your best wandering tramps
to the far halls of mortal darkness
Bid them return with knowledge of eternity
and golden...

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Categories: loss, art, conflict, hope, imagination,