Sad Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberWhat Matters, Should One See Past That Last Mile by Robert Lindley
What Matters, Should One See Past That Last Mile

What matters, diamonds , silver or gold
when one is getting slow and too damn old.
What matters, if...

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Categories: loss, death, deep, family, life,

Premium MemberThere Are Days When by Laura Loo
There are days when I look out the sill and see black, 
nothing seems right and I see nothing staring back.
Oh, there are days.

Sometimes I...

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Categories: hope, life, loss,



Rose by jamal Abboud
Rose
He grew up lonely with his soundless shadow,
Like a star, in the middle of a far vast meadow,
A low light twinkled from his shack’s window
To...

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Categories: loss, love hurts, romantic,

Premium MemberCanis Lupus by Gregory R Barden

I'd been watching him for years, (black as coal),

          Almost two decades now, an extraordinary age...

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Categories: animal, loss, nature,

Warning Warning by Bette Bavington
Oh! Me.
Oh! My.
It's a hurricane 
With no aim
Who has been given a name
Which may seem plain.
Massive turning white clouds with 
One eye
Going high
In To the...

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Categories: loss, adventure, anxiety, education, fear,

A Lifetime of Memories by Sandra Weiss
We decided to build a life together.
Both working toward a common goal.
Planning on it lasting forever,
dedicating ourselves, heart and soul.

Life moves at such a fast...

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Categories: loss, emotions, heartbroken, journey, loneliness,

Premium MemberHalf-Orphan by Freddie Robinson Jr.
Mother died
the day you were born
With tears of joy 
in her eyes,
her last breath was womb torn
A forty year journey    ending prematurely

Your...

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Categories: birth, death, loss, love,

Twin Baby in my lap by Sandeep Bagri
We were happy after,
1 year marriage gap. 
As we were expecting, 
Baby in our lap..

We keep enjoying life, 
sharing is caring cap. 
As we were...

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Categories: baby, death, loss, missing,

The Passing Of A Loved One by The Brooklyn Six Project
When a loved one passes away
You will feel lots of pain
As you continue on with life 
The clouds appear with lots of rain 
All that...

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Categories: dark, death, loss, sad,

If I Could Read Your Mind by Mike Toole
If I Could Read Your Mind

If I could read your mind my dear, as kindred spirits do
I'd take you back in time my love, to...

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Categories: grief, loss, love, love

Premium MemberSince You Abandoned Me by Susan Gentry
Rarely do I glimpse your shadow
Or wonder how you had the gall
I hardly think of you at all

Rarely wish it'll be your hello
Time has allowed...

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Categories: loss, absence, angst, betrayal, courage,

The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part II by David Welch
II.
In the week that followed that cold, hard scene,
Reno settled in and got down to work,
he did tie up loose ends for the estate,
but mostly...

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Categories: loss, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

Six months of heartache by SCHYLAR ROSE
Today is a reminder of six months of heartache, 
Loss and an empty nursery room. 
You were taken so young, a rosebud yet to bloom....

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Categories: loss, christian, daughter, death, father

Premium MemberBEHIND HER SMILE by Line Gauthier


Her heart was throbbing 
We could tell
Though she always managed
To hide her tears
With a smile

Bottled up inside
We could tell
It was a façade
A guise to distract
Make...

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Categories: heart, heartbroken, hurt, loss,

Grandmother by Christopher Goss
Lost in the echo
Day by day it's the same
But with a new shade
A new pallor on every game
On every November night
Every stone feels different
But it's...

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Categories: grandmother, grief, loss, sad,

Family Remembers, Part II by David Welch
II-Marie

It was two full days after this charade
when Marie was told the grim news,
her ex-husband had been shanked in prison,
killed by two illegal alien youths.

When...

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Categories: loss, anger, dark, divorce, family,

Premium MemberWhen You Lose Someone by Sian St. John
When You Lose Someone

To lose someone is always sad
whether they’ve died, changed minds or mad.
There's always one who stays the same
while another just will not...

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Categories: change, friendship, loss,

Frozen Heart by Alycia Wheatley
Frozen Heart

There once was two lovers, one of them died.
Which shattered the heart if the other and made her cry.
The pain ran so deep,
She could...

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Categories: death, heart, longing, loss,

The Honky-Tonk Ghost, Part II by David Welch
...Janet’s eyes went wide at the words,
Edna said,”It was so tragic.
Steve would come dance on Friday nights,
with the girls he worked his magic.
He met a...

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Categories: dance, jealousy, loss, lust,

The Honky-Tonk Ghost, Part I by David Welch
Janet went down to the honky-tonk
for some line-dancing and some beer,
down to a joint called ‘Edna Mae’s,’
she always had a good time here.
Old Edna, tattooed,...

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Categories: dance, jealousy, loss, lust,



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