Science Loss Poems

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


The Last One You'd Expect by David Welch
Eli…my dear Eli….

We’d never imagined it would end this way,
she was so perfect, so impressive.
Seemed like she could do anything
that she set her mind to.

Her...

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Categories: death, loss, science, science

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,



Premium MemberThe Reconciliation by Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer
When the war of worlds' was done
And the Colonists owned the sun,
The old miner from Sirius One
Gleaned the galaxy for his son.

He sought the brave...

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Categories: adventure, bereavement, grief, loss,

Premium MemberYou Broke My Heart by Laura Loo
The day you died my heart 
stopped beating with yours-
I could count the hours, 
          ...

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Categories: death, depression, loneliness, loss,

Paper People by Jessica Schick
Science says that
People are made of cells
Of bones and blood and brains
But I say different
People are made of paper
They bend at other’s will
And change their...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love,

Knowledge Confined In Paper by Muzahidul Reza
Sharpening the cells in cerebrum and cerebellum 
Through meditation, arts, knowledge and strategy
With emotion, motion of sad and happy persons 
From the history up to...

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Categories: loss, wisdom, universe, ,

The Sun Rises by Joe DiMino
The sun rises
or the earth lowers...
science has spoiled much for us--
crept into the secret of our dreams,
even tampered with love
something I have lived by
sustained me
when...

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Categories: loss, allegory, allusion, change, fear,

Alzheimer's by Paul K K
Hello I see your face, it seems familiar. 
I know you’re friendly in my sense-spared sensory. 

A science undiscovered in the veil of speculation 
all...

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Categories: caregiving, life, loss, meaningful,

Premium MemberMelting Ice by Gerald Dillenbeck
Step out with me,
if you would be so kind,
on my melting island of ice.

Full-heated summer sun
feels good on our backs and shoulders
and faces turned down...

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Categories: loss, culture, earth, god, identity,

dusty Memory by Amelia Harmon
dust.
tiny snow drifts.
come.
fall across these memories.
banish them from my sight.
change their vivid technicolor,
to solemn grey daguerrotype.
let me FORGET.
i can't bear the sight,
so cover them in...

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Categories: how i feel, loss,

In Support of Google's Self Drive Car by scott thirtyseven
I know that I have called this a sonnet, and I recognise that it falls short of such an esteemed form, but it is my...

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Categories: loss, anxiety, betrayal, car, judgement,

What Ocean by Earl Schumacker
            What Ocean

Oceans rise because they have to leave now
What goes up stays up...

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Categories: absence, adventure, loss, ocean,

Premium MemberElegy for a Duchess by Sheri Fresonke Harper
Who would believe your slim elegant body would win my affection, 
when you gracelessly step on toes? Your soft doe skin of cream 

spotted brown,...

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Categories: loss, age, animal, best friend,

Meltdown by Dr. Upma A. Sharma

Absolutely contented people,
Banking collapse in America,
Dropped like a bullock, lay like a block,
Lost to meltdown.

Umpteen colossal buildings,
Symbol and homage to science,
Devastating earthquake , tumbled down,
Lost...

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Categories: loss,

Lucid Dream by Miche Ulman
Look upon city once known by name,
ruins that I called home, streets swallowed by flame,
in time alive shell not witness less of what should you...

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Categories: loss, adventure, dark, death, dream,

Solitude: To Yoda, An Ode by Dan Keir
Green bark a prism creates,
Feel the pull of earth, you must.

Rotates, a slime of endless hates,
Can hold me not, this world’s crust.

Friendship’s ties, isolation Deflates,
Succumbs,...

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Categories: loss, adventure, angst, confusion, dark,

TEARDROP BLOOD by Donn Ronquillo
as we face the end of the music,
faced with mistaken thrills.
as teh agenda of a destiny unfolds;
better left to be untold,
about the aftermath trauma,
livelihood in...

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Categories: loss, dedication, depression, devotion, dream,

Hell To The Grave Part 2 by Zach Nathan
A knife digs into my leg.
 I look down and see my leg turning the same colour as the other’s skin.
Rotting, putrid flesh, spreading its...

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Categories: loss, daughter, death, father, life,

Hell To The Grave Part 1 by Zach Nathan
Hell freezes over. Fire into ice. 
Ice…but without the chill, the cold.
I try to rethink how this happened. 
How a world so green, so vibrant,...

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Categories: loss, adventure, daughter, death, father,

Gravity by Poetryof Providence
You have unfailingly demonstrated your love
      every law     supporting      our galaxy
is...

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Categories: loss, angst, business, education, faith,