Rain Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberOne Monday Changed Everything by Caren Krutsinger
She was on her way to work 
A sixty-minute drive she made every day
It was a rainy day, drizzly, a Monday
Her car flipped in every...

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Categories: loss, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberCurtains by Heidi Sands
Curtains of green hang on the trees
All around this wooded place
Thoughts are lost in the forest
For a moment, I heard your voice
Calling out for me
Until...

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Categories: introspection, loneliness, loss, memory,



Fallen Grace by Christopher Goss

I loved the patter of rain
Against the window pane

A sky full of gray clouds
A sun it shrouds

Sometimes I felt sorrow
Wishing it would rain tomorrow

But tomorrow...

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Categories: grandmother, loss, pain, rain,

Premium MemberA Glimpse by Robert Lindley
A Glimpse

window, midnight moon
plate, three eggs, home-made biscuits
seven rain-soaked trees

Robert J. Lindley, 5-10-2018
Haiku


Note- That next day, darkness fell and this world was never the same........

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Categories: loss, art, change, creation, emotions,

I am to blame by Aa Harvey
I am to blame.


I am to blame for all I have done.
I cannot blame you for the fallen sun.
The rain is not dependent on your...

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Categories: introspection, loss, lost love,

ATTACK by JW Nugent
	ATTACK

I can still see their faces
mouths open screaming silent screams
silenced by the loud barking 
of weapons, theirs and ours;
sudden explosions rendering moot
intensity of automatic fire.

They...

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Categories: loss, anger, conflict, confusion, courage,

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,

See You Someday by PJ Gongora
Say I would see you again someday
In a place where there is no rain
No pain to twist you every now and then
No memories of the...

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Categories: loss, absence, angel, death, devotion,

It is Raining Thoughts and Prayers by Iris Blade
Thoughts and prayers are raining
Down on me
And like the rain
It hints none of this is sincere.
I’m sorry’s hit my shoulders and
Soak my skin.
If i tilt...

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Categories: 10th grade, angst, loss,

Premium MemberCleaning out your room by Agnes Krampe
This morning
I sifted through years of memories
that ran like sand
through my hands.
A few pieces remained behind;
carefully
I put them away.

Afterwards
I sat for a long time
and listened...

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Categories: goodbye, loss,

Premium MemberThe Upside-Down Umbrellas by Amy Sell
My dad made large upside-down umbrellas which I’m told
Won't keep the water above us from hitting us as we walk the road
But will hold the...

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Categories: loss, analogy, dad, death, environment,

The Coldest Day by Anna M Shepard
My son & grandson are moving
Colorado… It’ll take half a day
Three hours late, just starting the trip
One I don't wish to take anyway

Meandering through the...

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Categories: family, loss, love,

The Nervous Man by T.I.R.O. JY
The nervous man
Slight awkward stance
Waiting for a train
Talking to the rain

Is he mad?
Is he sad?
A broken heart?
How many times has his life been torn apart?

He...

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Categories: loss, bird, for her, girl,

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,

My Funeral Note by Amily Watson
(This poem is basically the note that I'll leave when I die)

On a Monday morning,
Your souls walk with gloom.
Put on your black dresses,
Newborn flowers won't...

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Categories: loss, 7th grade, absence, anxiety,

Premium MemberSome hearts can never be tamed by Silent One
Once when my soul spoke,
you betrayed every word.
Then your tongue promised
to only sing with sincerity.

I danced for a brief while, 
lost in your angelic orchestra.
Until...

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Categories: angst, loss, lost love,

BLACK MAIL by Isabel San Martin
(Through the perspective of a teacher I’ve hurt; if you’re reading this, I’m sorry; all I want is reconciliation…)

Four steps I'll give you 
Take one...

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Categories: loss, anger, anxiety, betrayal, fear,

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

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,

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,