Snow Loss Poems

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


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,

Premium MemberBabies' Breath by Regina Elliott
 Babies' breath carried in the breeze,
 Blowing softly through canyons of rock and steel,
 Melodious sighing,
 sometimes crying,
 for they did not rise in...

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Categories: bereavement, loss,



Coffee lost by Matthew Wetter
A chilly, wet, spring day when the icy mud melts just enough to soak your socks before you've even gotten to the car,
And all you...

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Categories: loss, emotions, hyperbole, i miss

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,

And in the End by Steve Zak
And in the end, we had become lovers anchored by memories, 
stitched together with random bits and pieces. Two people who had run out of...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love,

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,

On a sad note by Chisala Kataya
You go through life existence regretting the little things in life, 
this man said. 
His face beaten up by the ages, 
a figure head to...

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Categories: loss, grief, i miss you,

Premium MemberWhat I've been given by Heidi Sands
As the snow melts slow
In the sunlight’s sparkling glow
I recall when everything disappeared
Consumed by all I feared

So sudden, you were gone away
No time for what...

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Categories: appreciation, care, loss, memory,

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,

Premium MemberAt the Seat of the Catacombs of Amygdala by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton


 
"At the Seat of the Catacombs of Amygdala"



 
"...the curse ruled from the underground down by the shore
And their hope grew with a hunger...

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Categories: daughter, imagery, journey, loss,

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,

Frostbitten Roses by Ali Jay Parker
Gone is the bitter cold,
Left only warmth to replace her own.

The glistening snow melts away
Leaving her drowning in pain.

The grass is green.
There's no color at...

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Categories: depression, loss, spring, symbolism,

A velvet breath by Chris Peers
When I was curious and small, 
a mid days sun lost its warmth and watchful gaze.
Her whispers of mocking affection would echo,
thru the leafless dead...

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Categories: absence, childhood, death, loss,

Premium MemberWhat is 'We' to 'Me' by Michael Vacek
Me?
Me and another?
Me, my other, and another?

Me, my other, another, another’s other?
Me, my other’s others, another, another’s others?
Me, all others, a Tree?
Me, all others, all...

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Categories: loss, blessing, god, humanity, hurt,

Castaway by DEBASHREE TRIPATHY
Castaway :-
Long day…longer it gets…
with no hand at a distance,
grey skies, with glimpses of clouds
that traverse together, like a bound existence.

far off, in the sultry...

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Categories: fate, giving, humanity, loss,

Premium MemberA WILTED ROSE - EMOTIVE WRITE by JAN ALLISON
On your tiny grave
Lies a wilted scarlet rose
Snow blanket covers

I wish I could tuck you in
How I miss my precious child

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Categories: child, grief, loss,

Premium MemberGot Not My Just Desserts by Freddie Robinson Jr.
It was often said, she was my better angel,
but terminal illness clipped her beautiful wings
As my faithful wife, me she always watched over
I wished my...

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Categories: death, forgiveness, loss, sorrow,

Premium MemberWhere Laughter Lived by Darren White
Do not come looking for me in
     small corners of our house
I am not there

The vast space we occupied
  ...

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Categories: loss, love, memory, remember,

The way we were by Aa Harvey
The way we were


The way we were, 
So simple to say,
But it was always so hard to keep your love.  
You are my Her.
You...

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Categories: cry, imagery, loss, lost

Premium MemberWhite On White by Carrie Richards
The midday light unfolds a shawl
and for awhile it numbs the cold
Sun skirts the brow of peak and mound
where white on white can blind the...

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Categories: change, irony, loss, sad,