Rose Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberMy Pain is Mine by Michelle Faulkner
I am being told to let go
By almost everyone I know
Release, let it out, let it be free
Plunge into passivity

So, for those perturbed herds,
I gather...

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Categories: anger, loss, pain, truth,

Premium MemberDepth of my pain by Heidi Sands
A simple phone call led to a plunge into suffering
Hyperventilating, from news of the sudden death of my friend
I gather my words and travel silently...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, pain,



A ROSE I NEVER GOT by Sonny Kanyinji
In the morning, I awake with a thought,
A thought about a rose I never got.

Its beauty, oh do I reminisce about.
And the thought ever grows...

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Categories: feelings, flower, loss, love,

The World in The Looking Glass by Jaycee Graffius
There was a time 
When I was alone
And silence filled my house
It covered the world beyond my house in a mist
I couldn’t tell what lay...

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Categories: loss, i miss you, innocence,

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,

The Old Old-West Town by David Welch
Weeds and grass grow in the cracks
of sun-faded, crumbling pavement,
a parking lot that once was full
of stressed parents and cowboys nascent.
A grand sign over the...

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Categories: loss, appreciation, childhood, eulogy, history,

Premium MemberChalice Of Ambrosial Dreams by Susan Ashley



Bespangled 
she sashays up the shore 
from a sequin gowned sea
wearing the undulating waves
of aquamarine and ambrosial sheen
adorned with shimmering and shivering seeds of excitement...

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Categories: desire, fantasy, imagery, 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,

The Rose by Payton Avila
Darling,
She said,
Look away.
Why,
I say.
Never looking back,
Is what I say today.
Take this single rose,
She told me,
It will comfort you in the hard times to come.
...

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Categories: loss, 6th grade, child, depression,

Premium MemberOnce by Richard Lamoureux
Once plucked it ceased being a Rose... once the last petal fell the masquerade ended....

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Categories: loss,

The Castle In The Gloom by David Welch
On Devon’s moors I found myself
walking to clear my head,
to shake off loss for just a bit,
and see a color other than red,
feel something other...

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Categories: bereavement, death, depression, loss,

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,

Premium MemberOur Dance by BJ BREWER
 Our Dance

We were young and she was beautiful
And no one gave it much chance
Different in every sense of the word
All that we had was...

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Categories: loss, age, caregiving, dance, longing,

HSIIAA by Eugene Harvey
A companion like no other
Of a rose forever in bloom

A gentle calming presence
Of valued relief assumed

A memoriam of dedication
Of a quiet peace-loving soul

A perfect guardian...

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Categories: loss, animal, appreciation, best friend,

Heartbroken by Dina Kramer
I’m not yours anymore.
I never was
And I never will be.
You said you loved me
But what do I know?
You break glass,
And blame it on me.

The final...

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Categories: abuse, cry, heartbroken, loss,

Love's Fatality by Andreas Simic
Love’s Fatality

Love is a fickle partner

One moment it is deep like the color of a red rose
The next it is melancholy like a faded yellow...

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Categories: betrayal, loss, love,

The Texas Treasure Tragedy, Part II by David Welch
He rose from his half-finished whisky,
and set out, clear out of town.
Blackjack would be very keen to know
what the soft, little clerk had found.

Gil rode...

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Categories: history, hope, loss, time,

Homecoming by The End Commune
i have found my rugged way across the sea, 
   and the winds have caught my sails 
     ...

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Categories: angst, loss, love hurts,

Premium MemberALL THOSE LOOSE ENDS by Vickie Thayer
With this tear I release you,

Photographs taken have cracked and faded,

A rose crumbled inside a book's pages,

A gift you wrapped me is lost or broken,

Forever...

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Categories: heart, hope, loss, remember,

Premium MemberMagic, When Such Leaves Without A Trace by Robert Lindley
Magic, When Such Leaves Without A Trace

That fall, my friend's older brother died,
sun rose all shining that day and sky
looked down as he feel to...

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Categories: loss, death of a friend,