Sympathy Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberGrief by Artsieladie Sharon Donnelly
"When pain is fresh and raw, others will extend
Sympathy to soothe a bit but sympathy has an end.
Meanwhile, the pain lingers on, absent of relief,
And...

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Categories: absence, grief, loss, missing,

Premium MemberDUSTY GLORY DAYS by Line Gauthier


A tired voice and less engaged
You sit there nonchalantly
Never noticing my glance
As I casually look your way

Sitting in awkward silence
Downward weary eyes hollow
As distant as...

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Categories: age, life, loss, nostalgia,



WHY by Taneria Ames
Just when we thought everything was ok 
you both turned around and went the other way
A precious little girl who had a hard time getting...

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Categories: angel, death, feelings, loss,

They Took My Darling Away From Me by Andrew Crisci
We spent the Holidays together,
Jimmy was a great guy always
welcoming his guests at the door;
Barbara was his wife: a fine lady
with gentle and affectionate ways...
her...

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Categories: grief, longing, loss, memory,

Premium MemberLEARNING ABOUT PATIENCE by Line Gauthier


Always rushing Always faster
At times I thought I had it coming
That one day due to my impatience
I may be struck blind and forced
To learn my...

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Categories: caregiving, husband, irony, loss,

Premium MemberWrong path - 128 by Roy Pett
I ask young man
that’s if I can,
why is it fun
to use a gun

is it a thrill
to harm to kill
where is the joy
you’re just a boy,

you...

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Categories: boy, loss, sad, sad

The Rose by Payton Avila
Darling,
She said,
Look away.
Why,
I say.
Never looking back,
Is what I say today.
Take this single rose,
She told me,
It will comfort you in the hard times to come.
...

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Categories: loss, 6th grade, child, depression,

Premium MemberBut It's Not Me by Jon K
I smile and greet I'm a beautiful thing,
some friends and old lovers I meet in the night,
squinted and blurred since I gave up my ring,
my...

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Categories: anxiety, faith, loss, lost,

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,

Premium MemberStay Strong And Have Faith, Texas by Edward Ibeh
Stay strong and have faith, Texas
For hope will continue to float 
Over the rising, raging floods
Here's hoping you will find solace
In the thought that the...

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Categories: dedication, loss, storm, sympathy,

The Countryside Rambler by Andrew Crisci
Chorus:

The countryside rambler refused to be confined
in an institution of experimentation and be abused;   
escaping civilization was her will to find freedom,
to see...

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Categories: loss, anger, conflict, courage, death,

Premium MemberTHE BELL TOLLS FOR LONDON AND MANCHESTER by JAN ALLISON
Bells
now toll
in sympathy
Innocent victims died
and many people were wounded
on the streets of London and Manchester.
Please can you remember them all

in your
prayers

*prayers counted as 1 syllable...

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Categories: death, heartbreak, london, loss,

Dignity by Alexa Rose
My heart breaks for you,
More than it breaks for me,
That’s saying something, my dear.
The past is in the past.
Nothing ever lasts.
The future can help us...

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Categories: loss, angel, anger, betrayal, courage,

Sympathy by John Michaels
Loved
one's grief
keenly felt;
burden shared 'tween
friends.

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(C) John C Michaels, May 2017

This Lanterne has been "lit" for my good friend in the Soup, Pandita....

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Categories: death, dedication, grief, loss,

Skeletons by Jaquay Atkins
Behind everyone lies a story
To those unwilling to unveil,
To the heart of the free
Bones buried in the closet labeled, past...

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Categories: loss, identity, image, imagery, life,

Blindness by Veronica Nicolas
The sadness succumbs thy bleary face,
Thou ask Above thy lost vision.
Dusky brimmed with fright and nihility ,
That throng cursed thee as a latent rug.
The steps...

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Categories: inspirational, loss, sympathy,

Premium Memberher heart beats alone by Mike Hauser
it is just as i suspected
a lonely echo to the sound
can't remember where she left it
another day down for the count

some folk accept the fact
she...

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Categories: life, loss,

Premium MemberThe beggar by Roy Pett
He has no food for his stomach to fill
he has no qualifications or any skill,
no place to call his own, roof or bedding 
how does...

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Categories: age, loss, poverty, solitude,

Premium MemberDouble Tap by Freddie Robinson Jr.
News broadcast:

Bad news from the Afghan front lines,
an Army lance corporal got killed
from Battalion 5, company 9

Soldier Bill James Medlark,
affectionately known as Billy the Kid
Saved...

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Categories: grave, grief, loss, military,

Premium MemberI Built A Wall by Laura Loo
I built a wall for death, you see-
So that no one would come and bother me.
I stepped onto the pebbled ground-
So that no one would...

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Categories: loss,