Star Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberGone by Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly
When a Loved one passes, the curtain's drawn;
A star on your stage is forever Gone.
There's no round trip, no returning,
Leaving emptiness filled with only yearning.

Time...

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Categories: absence, grief, heaven, loss,

Would you come all the way to find me by Raynolds Moseamedi
Me, an infant of time,
every second my age, every minute
the further I fade,
Too many questions asked and none replied,
So many people past and mine implied

A...

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Categories: anxiety, bereavement, lonely, loss,



Premium MemberThe Loss of Innocense by John Gondolf
As I was walking late one night along a downtown street
I came upon a sad, sad sight that led to hope’s deplete.

The painted ladies paced...

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Categories: loss, growing up, innocence, sad,

Three and ninepence ha'penny by John Smallshaw

The clanking of the mills
memories of tramping up
the grassy hills
the river banks
Francs
the tap of clogs
whippets and other dogs
some still here, but
most are thee'r where
the past...

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Categories: loss, memory,

Her Beauty by W.A. CHOLT
Her Beauty 
A fallen star
In the heavens. 


         W.A. CHOLT.  Copyright Fergal O Reilly.  2018...

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Categories: beauty, fate, loss, time,

My Funeral Note by Amily Watson
(This poem is basically the note that I'll leave when I die)

On a Monday morning,
Your souls walk with gloom.
Put on your black dresses,
Newborn flowers won't...

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Categories: loss, 7th grade, absence, anxiety,

Soon Enough, Part I by David Welch
Charlotte Wentworth married far too young,
to a man quite rich with old money.
It had seemed such a dream on the big day,
a year later it...

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Categories: angst, life, loss, love,

Premium MemberThe Revenant Heart by Sheer Terror
   the darkest frame takes the moon 
mist and hues rise in blues 
traces from a lunacy glow 
follow a hand with delicate...

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Categories: loss, death, feelings, grief, heaven,

Fuhuri, a lament by Julian Scutts
FURUHI, A LAMENT 
(Based on a poem by a Japanese poet of the seventh century, Yamanoe Okura)

What in all the world is most desired?
The precious...

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Categories: loss,

Premium MemberOur Dance by BJ BREWER
 Our Dance

We were young and she was beautiful
And no one gave it much chance
Different in every sense of the word
All that we had was...

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Categories: loss, age, caregiving, dance, longing,

Premium Memberthey can't find home by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
I reposted this poem because I just ca't get those young boys out of my mind.
What have we lost?  What would the world have...

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Categories: loss, war,

Premium MemberA Star-like Dream by Charlie Smith
Everlasting Grace
Touched this heart
Softly embraced,
Imbued its art.

Enduring love
Kindling dreams
Drifting above
A starlight's gleam.


Poetry Contest
Sponsored by Rick Parise
11/07/2017...

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Categories: dream, loss, love, memory,

GOODBYE by Claudia Polydoro
GOODBYE

I’m standing here
Grieving, you’re gone!
Your shining star
Now is dulled, gone…

I’m standing here
Crying, you’re gone!
No more funny texts
Nor Book talks

I’m standing here
Numb, you’re gone!
You tried hard
But...

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Categories: loss, death of a friend,

Loss by Edward Schmitz
Loss

We talked a little, I made you laugh
Yet tears were in your heart
Memories of tragedies 
We quickly fell apart
But you are much a part of...

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Categories: loss, absence, bereavement, break up,

Ghostly sorrows by Chris Peers
Condemned memories flood my aching bones,
seeping thru my cold skin, 
a living grave for a man who used to be,
after you turned your face away...

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Categories: loss, change, character, conflict, death,

Dawn and Dusk by NIHARIKA PRASAD
The sun bleeds into the dusky sky
soaking the cottony clouds afloat,
descending down from its fiery abode,once towering high.
The night now lurks,silently beneath its dark cloak.

My...

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Categories: beach, loneliness, loss, love

Premium MemberMidnight Skies by Judy Emery
Midnight Skies 

The sun enveloped in a black shroud of lies
The dead of night hardly makes a sound 
Hopeless with silent cry's of the midnight...

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Categories: loss, angel, betrayal, dream, longing,

Withering Mother by Fungayi Elias Ndhlovu
I was walking in the field
Maize leaves blinding my eyes
Star thorns pricking my feet;
My eyes settled on a small pumpkin,
It had not grown enough
To show...

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Categories: death, loss,

Love is gone by Aa Harvey
Love is gone


All the times that we had, like a star they explode.
Now they are to stay gone and you are no longer all that...

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Categories: anger, image, loss, love,

Premium MemberForgetting to Remember by Margaret Wade
For many it's so very long
from May until December.
So never preface statements with,
"My dear -don't you remember?"

Blessed are those who don't forget
who and what they...

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Categories: anxiety, loss, love, memory,