Tribute Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberAretha Franklin 1942-2018 by Roy Pett
Voice of an angel our wonderful queen of soul

sending out her amazing message of respect 

to build a freeway of love her ultimate goal,

I knew...

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Categories: courage, death, loss, thank

Tears On The Cradle by Martins Deep

Fox glove tangos with the evening winds
My little Nicole had grown
What cradle doth she now lay without fatherly kiss?
How is my fairest one now turned...

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Categories: loss, child, death, father daughter,



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Categories: animal, dog, inspirational, loss,

Premium MemberYouth, Life, Love And Its Most Precious All by Robert Lindley
Youth, Life, Love And Its Most Precious All

When young, life was full of joy and great thrills
I recall that was how happiness feels,
a new toy...

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Categories: loss, death, dedication, deep, destiny,

I watch as she grows weaker by debbie hernandez
I watch as she grows weaker and it breaks my heart in two
To see her in such pain I wonder just how long she will...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, cancer, how i

BRUTALITY by JW Nugent
Brutality

Ambushed outside a village
some of the enemy were killed
their bodies tied to our tracks
to drag back trough the village
there to stay as a warning;
our unit...

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Categories: loss, conflict, dark, death, eulogy,

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,

SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RAMPAGE December 14 2012 prayer part one by matthew harris
Tribute to those slain at sandy hook elementary school ™

I read the terribly tragic news oh boy
about unlucky kids 
   at a Connecticut...

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Categories: loss, dark, devotion, emotions, funeral,

A Tribute to Muriel by Richard Olson

  I want you to know, how much you are due.
  Of all in the world, you're one of the few.
  To...

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Categories: grief, loss, love,

Upon the Morn' by John Michaels
Dread thoughts race,
feelings enmesh.
Vacant eyes,
grim glacial flesh.

Silvern tears
mark me forlorn.
World shattered
upon the morn'.

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(Dedicated to a friend who tragically passed recently)

6...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, death, death of

The Value of Honor and Gallantry by Johnny Martinez
My sergeant said you've been trained well you know what to do
Your assignment an ambush, do not return until the sky is blue.
We gathered our...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

Premium MemberBroken Hearted farewell Dad by Roy Pett

Watching the round clock reach midnight on hospital wall, my sister one side I on other side of his hospital bed, both of us upset,...

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Categories: bereavement, dad, emotions, loss,

Premium MemberAre You Now, Free Falling, Like Heaven Sent Rain by Robert Lindley
Are You Now, Free Falling, Like Heaven Sent Rain

We hope you passed, free falling, like Heaven sent rain
Are we ever to hear or see your...

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Categories: art, dedication, loss, music,

Premium MemberMy Thoughts Unsaid by Sandra Haight
I left so many thoughts unsaid
as she lay silent on her bed,
that unexpected day she died;
a diagnosis that had lied.

She had some time to look...

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Categories: death, loss, memory,

Premium MemberGONE by Line Gauthier
Another generation
Wiped off the face of the earth
With its untold stories
Buried secrets
Unreachable depths
Irretrievable treasures
Souls from the past
Shrouded in grey clouds
Dissipating in the distance
Gone in a...

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Categories: family, funeral, journey, loss,

VINCENT DIED JULY 29-- PART 2 by Ja Ja
VINCENT DIED JULY 29-- PART 2
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Categories: depression, loss, tribute,

London Bridge is Falling by Plant A Tree Poetry
My shadow drowned in that river
My souls to cold to shiver
Should of held your hand when I had the chance

But now all I do is...

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Categories: allah, cry, death, loss,

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,

My Princess - A Tribute to Grandma by Lisa Asmeralda
Looking at her
Lying peacefully
I thought "Yes,she's a princess now"
A real one
Not the "Princess" we always called her
Demanding
And bossy
Whining
Complaining
But a Princess who'll sleep forever
Not even Prince...

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Categories: death, family, grandmother, loss,

Premium MemberFate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup by Robert Lindley
Fate Delivers Its Promised Bitter Cup

He sat shackled, days and nights now a daze,
Doom and gloom, now spoke in whispered tones.
Once dashing, ladies in a...

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Categories: loss, art, creation, death, deep,



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