Water Loss Poems

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


My Lillie by Marcy Paulk Bonnette
My "Lillie"

The garden is overgrown
The blooms are growing wild
They are missing the sweet lady
I remember as a child

She would lovingly water
Each and every stem
As she...

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Categories: loss, family, flower, garden, grandmother,

Premium MemberX-STINk-SHUN by norberto franco cisneros
 
A fish flew out of the water.
Nobody knew why until he spoke,
saying he carried a warning for Mankind.

The fish looked human.
I need to talk...

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Categories: care, loss, pollution,



Premium MemberAn Unexpected Tale - The Golden Oriole Lost and Found by Victor Buhagiar
As Martin gazed at the girl he believed her a nymph.
Pipes continued with their haunting melody. 
"I’d never thought such exotic places existed…
Especially here in...

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Categories: loss, love,

Premium MemberThe Smoke And Mirrors Mirage Of My Saving Grace by Susan Ashley



The black-as-widow’s-weeds night of endless stars was so cold...
cruel as the temperature plunged
frigid fingers feeling through my being ~
fondling my heart and soul
without mercy
molesting me...

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Categories: loss, dark, depression, destiny, heartbreak,

The dark side of Vegas by roger turner
Behind all of the glamour
Hidden by the glitz
Under all the spray on tans
And distracted by the tits

Lies a Vegas like no other
Not the one you...

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Categories: america, fate, hope, loss,

The Captain by roger turner
He sat all alone, drinking jim beam and coke

Looking out as the waves crashed ashore

He kept to himself, drinking jim beam and coke

As the storm...

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Categories: loss, america, bereavement, child, dad,

ATTACK by JW Nugent
	ATTACK

I can still see their faces
mouths open screaming silent screams
silenced by the loud barking 
of weapons, theirs and ours;
sudden explosions rendering moot
intensity of automatic fire.

They...

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Categories: loss, anger, conflict, confusion, courage,

The Death of Marriage by Steve Zak
It looked so right on paper to everyone; but when the night embraced her she was alone, still wanting to believe in love. 

Her footsteps...

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Categories: heartbreak, loneliness, loss, lost

Premium MemberRays of Strength by Heidi Sands
*Inspired by the photo

Lost without you, where do I go?
I am alone with the ocean's flow
My toes dipped in water and sand
Clinging to the last...

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Categories: grief, loss, sky, strength,

The Other Woman by Robertina B.
Who is she?
You claim you love her..
You have thrown away..
Years of our love..

A love that was so true..
Connection was intense..
We were one..

You were my soulmate..
So...

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Categories: hurt, loss, pain, sad,

Premium MemberSheila's Silk Knickers by Tom Cunningham
Here’s a bold tale it will have you in titters
It’s about poor Sheila who lost her knickers
She went for a cruise upon the great ocean
Fell...

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Categories: boat, funny, girl, loss,

Premium MemberThe Upside-Down Umbrellas by Amy Sell
My dad made large upside-down umbrellas which I’m told
Won't keep the water above us from hitting us as we walk the road
But will hold the...

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Categories: loss, analogy, dad, death, environment,

Strange lights by Tony Kirk

There’s a strange light that shines bright 
Tonight, It dip-tips and turns
In perpetual motion
Then flame-flares across the sky
Like witches sitting astride their screaming sticks.

Then it...

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Categories: dark, death, earth, loss,

BLACK MAIL by Isabel San Martin
(Through the perspective of a teacher I’ve hurt; if you’re reading this, I’m sorry; all I want is reconciliation…)

Four steps I'll give you 
Take one...

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Categories: loss, anger, anxiety, betrayal, fear,

Premium MemberChalice Of Ambrosial Dreams by Susan Ashley



Bespangled 
she sashays up the shore 
from a sequin gowned sea
wearing the undulating waves
of aquamarine and ambrosial sheen
adorned with shimmering and shivering seeds of excitement...

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Categories: desire, fantasy, imagery, loss,

Premium MemberOde to my Mother by Keith Trestrail
She was of this rich earth and clay
a winsome lass so full of life and so wont at play
who used to water ski in Turtle...

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Categories: loss, mother,

Odyssey from Africa 13c by Phil Salmon
Chapter 13c

In the tracks of these cetaceans 
For as long as he could follow 
So he said to Tor the shipwright 
"I will follow after Matto
 
“In the hope...

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Categories: loss, adventure, africa, endurance, history,

Grieving Paper Hearts by Shelby Bay
I never suspected that I’d wear your love so well, that my veil of discretion would match my noticeably odd socks.


I never suspected white noise...

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Categories: loss, allusion, dark, eulogy, grief,

Wasted Words by Patryk Jonca
The first few, fall into the deepest well and make the biggest splash
The next ones fill the well prominently providing a bountiful of water to...

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Categories: loss, beautiful, crush, dedication, environment,

Cry by Elizabeth Melissa de Bod
I feel the cold black wet lines running down my cheek, 
as the wind blows it feels colder and colder. 
Its lonely.

I'm not sure I'm...

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Categories: loss, break up, depression, lonely,