Seasons Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberA Flower Crushed by Laura Leiser
You were a bright, yellow daisy 
in the garden of life, so cheerful 
kind and accommodating. 
I basked in the sunlight of
your tender care and...

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Categories: loss, betrayal, break up, friendship,

If All I Was Blessed With-Was More Time by M.P. Shaudd
There's so many reasons
Why I wish that you were here
It's like the seasons
Now only change to ones with tears

With no shoulder to cry on
I miss...

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Categories: blessing, grief, loss, love,



Premium MemberLost to words poetic by Silent One
Humble heart naked like a winter tree,
yearns for seasons to remain evergreen.
Furtive eyes have disturbed this reverie,
soul stands still like nonchalant figurine. 

Walking away to...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love

Into The Forest of the Fireflies Light Hotaru's POV by PJ Gongora
I was wandering in a forest I don't know
My father told me not to but I chose to go..
This place is a mystery to me
Little...

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Categories: loss, death of a friend,

The Bleeding Tree by David Welch
By a meander scar there stands a tree,
a survivor of long history,
in winter it does something quite strange,
red sap seeps out, and the snow it...

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Categories: history, hurt, loss, sad,

The Valley Of Loss by curtis johnson

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Categories: loss, fear, self, words,

Premium MemberDARK KINGDOM BY THE LOSS SEA by Judy Emery
DARK KINGDOM BY THE LOSS SEA

It was a cold winters night of long ago
where Dark Angel tries so hard to take my soul
in a dark...

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Categories: loss, angel, betrayal, conflict, courage,

Dont cry daddy by Chris Peers
A warm fire burned slowly in the hearth,
Darjeeling tea was brewing in the pot,
a dead King was singing about a blue Christmas,
a mother of six...

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Categories: cancer, death, loss, mother,

Doubt by J. I. Thomas F.
How the seasons change, my friend!
I found myself today,
admitting what I might have done,
had fate not clogged the way. 

And, truly, I have always thought,
that...

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Categories: angst, hope, introspection, loss,

Hurricane Harvey Landfall August 27th 2017 by MATTHEW harris
This long time doodling Yankee 
(who calls Southeastern Montgomery, Pennsylvania LV
plus III four seasons visited 
   upon swath of topography to see
and hear...

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Categories: america, courage, environment, loss,

SEASONAL COLOR by BIHU JOHRI
SHADES OF LOVE
Under the cerulean blues,
Walked the girl in her coral shoes.
Wrapped in shades of tangerine,
Her neck glowed with sparkling aquamarine.
Carrying the green chartreuse in...

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Categories: color, life, loss, love,

Premium MemberMaking Hay by Gerald Dillenbeck
Make hay while the sun shines.

I grew up as a closeted polypathic nature-mystic
on a marginal, at best, family farm
in Michigan.

This farm was my embryonic home,
an...

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Categories: loss, depression, family, farm, health,

Again, Four Seasons Plagued by Shadow by Richard H. Dunsany
1.

I am in love with pain.
Simplicity's mode has never been my gain,
but I see you standing there in the rain,
and I fain.

2.

I am in love...

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Categories: loss, dark, heartbreak, i am,

Death in Poetry by Anil Deo
 Was he wrong to suggest
“All poetry, in a way, is about death.”
He was in such earnest
I was obsessed with that research

One may write of...

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Categories: loss, children, death, divorce, heartbreak,

Futilities in My Life by John Mudge
When your silence becomes heavy as old souls
I march on Gettysburg
	(There are many casualties)
As if shooting at snowflakes
	When the war is over
Will make the Winter...

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Categories: depression, loss, lost love,

Premium MemberDescendant by Carrie Richards
The old house was left
a wordless descendant
Ravines of cold air slide in through the cracks
Deadbolts are latched and keys have been hidden
Years of desertion have...

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Categories: dark, house, lonely, loss,

Premium MemberRise Above It by Laura Loo
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"RISE ABOVE THE INFLUENCE"

I held compassion for a very special friend with
high hopes of being friends forever. First grade
came and...

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Categories: addiction, friend, loss,

Missing You by DM Babbit
These are the days
   of missing you
   and wondering
   just how I got through it.
The days are bright and...

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Categories: change, loss, seasons,

No Happy Ending by Crow thepoet
Bright lights, big city...
bright lights, big city dreams...
please just take me away tonight
Let me rest on your elegance tonight
I have no energy left to spend...

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Categories: loss, friend, friendship, hate, heartbreak,

Return, My Love by Eton Langford
Return, my love! Let’s flee the gates to leave our scornful town, 
And roam outside in deepest woods where Nature wears her crown!
Beside the river...

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Categories: longing, loss, lost love,