Prayer Loss Poems

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


Premium Memberone spot on line by RUDOLPH RINALDI
when I die
do not cry
it’s all fine

say a prayer
move up 
one spot on line
...

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Categories: death, life, loss, prayer,

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,



Premium MemberA light tap upon heaven's door by Rick Parise

She came unannounced
A light tap upon my door
Greeting me with a loving smile
Sweet eyes to adore

A pentacle of beauty
A spirit of lasting light
She shared all...

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Categories: beauty, birth, death, loss,

Raindrops Keep Falling From My Head by Derek Chos
I am a stormcloud
Eternally roaming yet visibly stationary
Loud and proud, yet intangible
And raindrops keep falling from my head

People accept me for what I bring
That I...

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Categories: age, anxiety, loss,

SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RAMPAGE December 14 2012 prayer part one by matthew harris
Tribute to those slain at sandy hook elementary school ™

I read the terribly tragic news oh boy
about unlucky kids 
   at a Connecticut...

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Categories: loss, dark, devotion, emotions, funeral,

operating at a loss by Robert Lawson
I
How long have I been doing this
Throwing my time & money
Into a hole
Filling up notebooks
Mining overheard conversation
For lines
Squeezing the sponge
Of my wine soaked
Mind
Into the bucket
Of...

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Categories: loss, anger, destiny, political,

Premium MemberThe Valley Of Loss by Carol Connell
She’s walking through a valley of deep loss.
Their marriage lasted over forty years.
The toughest trial she has come across.
His death is mourned with strong, cascading...

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Categories: death, faith, hope, loss,

Bullet Ridden Pagoda by Johnny Martinez
My sergeant said you've been trained well you know what to do
Your assignment an ambush, do not return until the sky is blue.
We gathered our...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

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,

Premium MemberIn Youth, Life's Wild Tracks Seem So Inviting by Robert Lindley
In Youth, Life's Wild Tracks Seem So Inviting

Those years I spent racing down wildest tracks
majestic and sweet wild-cards were playing.
Always when needed, finding one-eyed jacks
that...

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Categories: deep, evil, fate, loss,

Premium MemberStory of the Hungry Poor Child by James Edward Lee Sr.
Mommy, if I make up my bed
Which consist of old Sunday newspapers
Could I have, can I have a slice of bread
And if I sweep the...

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Categories: loss, blessing, blue, caregiving, cheer

Not One Unknown by Deanna Joy
A child was born within your womb
It’s life began and ended so soon
You did not know whether it be a girl or boy
Or see it...

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Categories: abortion, baby, child, loss,

Premium MemberGod Knows Where I Am by Sian St. John
God Knows Where I Am

Except for docs and pills that work,
I’d know not where I am.
Frightening to learn and really see
the lean tightrope I walk.

“Linda,...

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Categories: depression, loss, missing,

Premium MemberOur Flowers, Our Loss - For The Manchester Families by Wendell Brown
Where have all our beautiful flowers gone
Each so very special in their own way
Where have all our young flowers gone
Why has this world’s evil taken...

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Categories: appreciation, children, innocence, loss,

Premium MemberDo Angels Cry Too by craig cornish
The curtains on a somber evening fall
as weeping angels hush and pull me near;
assurances of love they softly tell,
to calm a soul who lost a...

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Categories: loss,

The lilac song by Diana Dinca
I let my eyes lose focus
As I breathe in cold air,
In the spring morning,
With lilac in my hair.

You vowed to come back,
And I kept waiting...

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Categories: absence, break up, loss,

Premium MemberIn A Sad Blindness, One May Yet Find Hope by Robert Lindley
In A Sad Blindness, One May Yet Find Hope
           (The Solemn Prayer)

Raining splashing, fierce winds...

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Categories: loss, art, deep, encouraging, inspirational,

Premium MemberFate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup by Robert Lindley
Fate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup

He sat shackled, days and nights now a daze,
Doom and gloom, now spoke in whispered tones.
Once dashing, ladies in a...

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Categories: loss, art, creation, death, deep,

Land by DM Babbit
Once, we were all sojourned learners awakened
  seeking a home and some safer haven
  taking we wanted in our misbehaving.
Foreigners, aliens, wanderlust trail...

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Categories: loss, africa, america, betrayal, history,

Love of Alfred by Katherine Braithwaite
Oh, Alfred, my beloved, do not go
Do  not leave, but warmth to me bestow,
Lie beside me in my bed all night
Succour me when stormy...

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Categories: i love you, loss,