Nature Loss Poems

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


day by day by daisy tyrrell
Each day I live, the pain consumes
What little sanity I have bloomed
Like walking in a cloud of fog
Falling down, sinking into smog

Life just seems grim
I...

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Categories: loss, anxiety, dark, depression, life,

Premium MemberLost and Foundering by Stephe Watson
I look out on the
wide whole world
and, in the new morning's 
Light,
I take measure of all
that
is not yet
Lost.

And
all that is
not yet
Found.

The clouds, now
reveal
to the out-turned...

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Categories: bird, loss, nature, philosophy,



When the Loss is Ineffable by Jean Bosco SIBOMANA
When the Loss is Ineffable!
By Jean Bosco SIBOMANA

Win-lose game occurs in many situations
And bargainers made it a standard saying
When involved in various negotiations
To come up...

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Categories: loss, anxiety,

No Place Left To Roam by David Welch
When I was a small child
I would always be outside,
Must have blazed a hundred paths
Just to see what I could find.
Then they put me in...

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Categories: conflict, freedom, heartbreak, loss,

Break Free From Melancholy by Michael Robinson


Break Free from Melancholy

The symbolic nature of heart and hand 
Love lost grief of pain that may never end
A life of anguish - distress of...

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Categories: loss, analogy, angst, anxiety, beautiful,

Lily by Christopher Goss
That table was where sunlight came to die
Hold on to the sweet memory
As it fades like succulent steak

The shadows creep in
All the dancing children outside
Come...

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Categories: angst, dark, grief, loss,

Nevermore by Randy Steele
We went to that "holler" each summer vacation
Near one hundred acres of mountainside trees
I'd wake up at dawn, take flight to my station
Down at the...

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Categories: fun, grandmother, loss, nature,

Premium MemberSCI-FI by Line Gauthier


Once long ago there was a clear blue sky
Where roamed free bird and butterfly
That’s when came the idea to super citify
And to pollution creators deify
All...

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Categories: city, humanity, loss, nature,

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,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part I by David Welch
Back in nineteen hundred and three
I working with a logging crew,
cutting and limbing mighty trees,
be they hemlock, pine, or spruce.

We worked for the Nowell Paper...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

Premium MemberMyriad of Scars by Heidi Coon
Long ago, before she was ever hunted by the beast,
She had only drank from the cool river of freedom.
One fateful day it happened; she was...

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Categories: loss, appreciation, change, hope, inspirational,

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,

A Certain Silence by Neil Marsden
When our empty world spins silently 
black rains will wash the sky 
and the sun will shine ferociously 
upon seas that have boiled dry.

Those hopes...

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Categories: earth, loss, nature,

The Tree by Melissa Herod
The tree bends with grief,
As her autumn leaves depart.
Silently she mourns.    
...

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Categories: grief, loss, nature, tree,

River-Driver Blues by David Welch
Well he wakes up early,
when the sun breaks ‘cross the land.
Then he goes out on the river,
high up on the logs he stands.
For counting twenty...

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Categories: history, loss, men, nature,

Girl, What Happened To Us by The Brooklyn Six Project
Girl, what happened to us
Conversation has sadly ran dry 
This has become a masquerade 
Time continues to pass us by 
If we do not communicate...

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Categories: loss, sad, sad love,

Premium MemberThe Moon is Blue by Russell Sivey
The moon has eclipsed my face
Expressions lost upon the relevancy
Of each personal strife that I encounter
Bleeding throughout my tender heart
Hurting though the moon is blue
…not...

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Categories: loss, moon, pain,

This is my Story by Dina Kramer
I knew you.
I knew you before we met that day.
My soul knew you like never before.
You gave me peace, yet
Opened my eyes to the wild...

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Categories: longing, loss, missing,

Premium MemberHer Willow Weeps by Gregory R Barden

Like a hush sentinel, the old willow stood guard ...

His branches, stout arms that held her safe in childhood,

Supple limbs hugged and flexed when e'er...

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Categories: childhood, loss, nature, sad

Premium MemberThat Dark Day, Our Childhood Castle Was Felled by Robert Lindley
That Dark Day, Our Childhood Castle Was Felled

Deed was dark, day of its felling
deafening that mighty crash!
Tragic this tale of the telling
thoughtless men, acting so...

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Categories: childhood, loss, love, memory,