Name Loss Poems

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


Three Fine, Well-Tended Graves, Part II by David Welch
...It was early fall when the trouble came
to the Sperry’s and the Circle-S Ranch,
a dozen bandits came riding in hard,
shooting their guns in an entrance...

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Categories: loss, courage, family, growth, hero,

Premium MemberThe Loss of Innocense by John Gondolf
As I was walking late one night along a downtown street
I came upon a sad, sad sight that led to hope’s deplete.

The painted ladies paced...

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Categories: loss, growing up, innocence, sad,



Coffee lost by Matthew Wetter
A chilly, wet, spring day when the icy mud melts just enough to soak your socks before you've even gotten to the car,
And all you...

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Categories: loss, emotions, hyperbole, i miss

The Captain by roger turner
He sat all alone, drinking jim beam and coke

Looking out as the waves crashed ashore

He kept to himself, drinking jim beam and coke

As the storm...

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Categories: loss, america, bereavement, child, dad,

Last Goodbye by andrew rogers
Life is a gift
wrapped in struggle
Decorated by memories
And tied with a ribbon of love.

But this gift is finite.
We prepare ourselves with the knowledge of not...

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Categories: best friend, death, loss,

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,

Acceptance by I.Spit.Ink SaruhRosen
Your name comes to my lips
when I kiss and reach bliss
yet you have naught to do with it

This unconscious rememberance is recognition of how
I hold...

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Categories: desire, divorce, imagery, loss,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

Alive by Besma Riabi Dziri
Man of death

As dawn broke one day

No knock at the door

Cause he knew his way

He broke in

And a life ceased to be

It was her world

He did...

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Categories: loss, allah, blessing, death, how

Premium MemberShoes on the Lawn by Eileen Manassian
Shoes on the lawn
every single one
a reminder
of someone
no longer there
cause no one would dare
speak out or decry
yet tears haven't run dry
so there they are
a colorful...

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Categories: death, loss,

Call Me by Carissa Marie
“I can’t come to the phone right now,
But leave your name and number
And I’ll call you back soon.
Beep!”
Her voicemail is full.
I end the call.
Redial.
“I can’t...

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Categories: loss, absence, depression, friendship, jealousy,

Premium MemberA Moment Of Silence by Marc Acrich
A Moment Of Silence  #204

A Moment of silence 
To remember a tragic loss so serious in my life
To remember my beloved sunglasses
So dear to...

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Categories: loss,

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

The Man That He Once Was, Part I by David Welch
In better times, Anders Throne once was
a good husband and loving father,
married to his sweetheart, Rosie Smith,
who’d grown on the Chesapeake waters.

He worked as a...

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Categories: loss, anger, character, faith, hurt,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part II by David Welch
...A big log bounced from way up top,
and before Guy could react
It struck his square across the chest,
up rose a sickening crack.

We sprinted quickly to...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

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

The Loss of a Child by Michael McCarthy
There are certain things in life which are so hard to bear,
And to lose a much-loved child is a parent’s worst nightmare.
With Nature’s rules turned...

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Categories: bereavement, child, heartbroken, loss,

Fuhuri, a lament by Julian Scutts
FURUHI, A LAMENT 
(Based on a poem by a Japanese poet of the seventh century, Yamanoe Okura)

What in all the world is most desired?
The precious...

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Categories: loss,

Grieving Paper Hearts by Shelby Bay
I never suspected that I’d wear your love so well, that my veil of discretion would match my noticeably odd socks.


I never suspected white noise...

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Categories: loss, allusion, dark, eulogy, grief,

I Am Always Thinking About You by Ashley Yeager
Wrote By Ashley Marie Smith-Gilchrist on October 27 2017
In Loving Memory Of John Andrew Londo 02/14/1985 To 07/08/2017
Rest In Peace Cousin. I Love You and...

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Categories: loss, cry, family, farewell, goodbye,