Sport Loss Poems

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


Soon Enough, Part II by David Welch
...The wedding was planned for that fifth year,
but when it came Rob sadly did say:
“I’m being deployed, they’re put us on alert,
I’m sorry love, but...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

Premium MemberI Hope It Never Happens To You by Tom Cunningham

I got home late from working one night
My eyes felt painful, they didn't feel right
I said to my wife “my eyes feel strange"
She said “it...

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Categories: daughter, depression, lonely, loss,



My Eyes Have Seen by Michael Moncrief
To be bathed in the blood 
Of the unwary stranger 
Is to know empathy 
I am but spectator 
In this sinister sport
And all I can...

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Categories: loss,

Seven Losses by shannon april alice
7 sorrows 7 saints
how many ways must i give you up?
grief is just a sport for lucid and the lame. 
how many boughs till i...

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Categories: absence, anger, loss,

Moments In Time by John Paluszek
The sweetest sounds of burning trees
A gentle stroking in the breeze
The calm has lasted past the storm
Cloudy visions, Satan’s roar
Too many sights have passed my...

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Categories: loss, adventure, animal, art, beauty,

Rains, Legends of the Wolves by Eric Dent
Toddlers teeter on the hollowed trunks and sport with juts of ice.
'Cross boulder bridges, flouting rapids, hop the agile blond and beige.
Yet in close chase,...

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Categories: loss, animal, child, dark, death,

Premium MemberThe Sport by Laura Breidenthal
Upon sources I stumbled on a sort
Upon curiosity I caught on to the sport
Not knowing I would actually in truth
Find someone worthwhile in my smattering...

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Categories: loss, allegory, angst, dedication, depression,

Hurt but no regrets by Katareina Vincent
Walking home from the bus stop, with a little girl.
I did this every day, and I was really sure,
That everything would be just fine, like...

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Categories: loss, recovery from...mom, me,

Home Upon a Shore by Aron Jacob
From the back of a cul-de-sac the world one knows goes round and round
Woodlands to the rear, afore the home unplanted ground

The living scent of...

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Categories: loss, childhood, family, hope, life,

Protect and Serve? by Alex Brown
Unprovoked attacks
Death screams from the hearts of the innocent
A child's last breath
Lies in your arms
Raise your weapon
For the sickness f****ing your mind
Protect and serve?
F*** that,...

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Categories: loss, angst, death, history, life,

Poets are Tough Enough! by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Do You Think We Are Not Tough Enough?

Poets and contests are not a strange mix.
Though, winning or not, emotions play tricks.
We are competitors, really quite...

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Categories: on writing and wordsloss,

Remember Daddy by Carrie Gaines
There is nothing that we can say
to make us feel at ease;
We will miss you dad,
more than anyone could see.

We know that there were times
that...

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Categories: death, dedication, father, loss,

Game Over by Carrie Deitzler
I am so sick of this game you're playing
They say "it's all fun in games until someone gets hurt"
Well I've been hurt time and time...

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Categories: friendship, loss, me, me,

Obscure Hearts. by Tamiviolet Manchas
It is three am, and I wonder where you are, and why I am without you.........
Tick, tock...tick, tock...tick, tock...tick, tock...tick, tock...tick, tock...tick, tock.....
Each clock clamorously...

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Categories: confusion, death, life, loss,

Crunching by Christian Mikkelson
Past loves emerge and bloom at autumn’s heart
Quick’ning with the blow and crunch of leaves.
The life has left the earth and made us part
To go...

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Categories: loss, sad, seasons,

Killing Ants by Ginna Wilkerson
Ants are known to be industrious,
Bustling about the anthill
In lines and arcs and freeform patterns,
Intent on some important insect mission,
Minding their own business, thank you.

Of...

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Categories: allegory, death, loss, peace,

Star-Stealers by Zachary Richardson
They've come at last, the stealers of stars, 
From their travels afar,
With their muck-spewers, tree-hewers, earth-movers,
Beer, axes, guns, grenades, deer on skewers.
They burp and belch...

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Categories: confusion, death, loss, nature,

Crying The Rain by Tony Bush
All the angels gaze down
on the grief-stricken town
where the passage of time does not deaden the pain;
heads sadly bowed
in the darkest of cloud,
in chorus they’re...

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Categories: death, history, loss,

Sonnet 1 by Ashish Manwatkar
The moment encountered our eyes
I on thy fair and fleshy face espied smiles
Which does deep beneath my bosom lies
Though you were off miles and miles
And...

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Categories: loss, me,