Winter Loss Poems

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


Premium MemberDepth of my pain by Heidi Sands
A simple phone call led to a plunge into suffering
Hyperventilating, from news of the sudden death of my friend
I gather my words and travel silently...

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Categories: death, grief, loss, pain,

Premium MemberA Flower Crushed by Laura Leiser
You were a bright, yellow daisy 
in the garden of life, so cheerful 
kind and accommodating. 
I basked in the sunlight of
your tender care and...

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Categories: loss, betrayal, break up, friendship,



Coffee lost by Matthew Wetter
A chilly, wet, spring day when the icy mud melts just enough to soak your socks before you've even gotten to the car,
And all you...

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Categories: loss, emotions, hyperbole, i miss

Christmas 2015 by Kathryn Sweeney
I dreamed you were in our bedroom, (two weeks after you died)
sitting on the edge of the 
faded winter quilt,
your index finger pointing at me,
your...

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Categories: loss,

THE LOST SOUL by Patricia Fleming
THE LOST SOUL
By Patricia A. Fleming

Seven AM and I sat at the light,
Watching the train chugging by.
A day like the rest on the way to...

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Categories: life, loss,

sunnydays by Cynthia Chang
You never offered me your winter coat
since I had worn-out pockets of my own.
You said your apathetic goodbyes and good lucks.
Would have it been so...

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Categories: december, farewell, heartbreak, loss,

Premium MemberWhat I've been given by Heidi Sands
As the snow melts slow
In the sunlight’s sparkling glow
I recall when everything disappeared
Consumed by all I feared

So sudden, you were gone away
No time for what...

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Categories: appreciation, care, loss, memory,

Premium MemberA light tap upon heaven's door by Rick Parise

She came unannounced
A light tap upon my door
Greeting me with a loving smile
Sweet eyes to adore

A pentacle of beauty
A spirit of lasting light
She shared all...

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Categories: beauty, birth, death, loss,

The Old Man Cries by Deb De Veney
A big old oak tree we fondly call
"The old man" stands in our backyard.
He watches over us and all we do,
a hundred years he's been...

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Categories: autumn, loss, sad,

Winter by Sitabz Garg
The sleepy morning 
woke 
with a shiver 
in the coldest 
night of the year
The sleepless birds
 charged
 into the sky 
And a snake 
wheeled further
...

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Categories: loss, art, death, imagery, imagination,

The Day Guy Montreaux Died, Part I by David Welch
Back in nineteen hundred and three
I working with a logging crew,
cutting and limbing mighty trees,
be they hemlock, pine, or spruce.

We worked for the Nowell Paper...

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Categories: death, history, loss, nature,

Memories Return From Horizon by Subimal Sinha-Roy
MEMORIES RETURN FROM HORIZON

Flashes of lightning in your face gleamed
The smile I painted on my butterfly wing
Cascades of stream in your voice ringed
The music I...

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Categories: inspirational, loss, memory,

Premium MemberI Need a Change by Victor Buhagiar
I have so often tried to say goodbyes,
I tried my best to forget the past, but
Life is too cruel, my heart and mind sighs.
Change seems...

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Categories: change, lonely, loss,

Premium MemberLost to words poetic by Silent One
Humble heart naked like a winter tree,
yearns for seasons to remain evergreen.
Furtive eyes have disturbed this reverie,
soul stands still like nonchalant figurine. 

Walking away to...

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Categories: loss, lost love, love

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,

The Bleeding Tree by David Welch
By a meander scar there stands a tree,
a survivor of long history,
in winter it does something quite strange,
red sap seeps out, and the snow it...

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Categories: history, hurt, loss, sad,

Premium MemberRoute 66 - Part 1 by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“Route 66” (Part 1)


“I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto”, she said
The moral of this story, let us deliver from beginning not...

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Categories: loss, betrayal, courage, imagery, integrity,

I'm A Cheater by PYG's Whisper
Here another season has gone
And winter is back to this town
I’ve always been afraid of thunder and sparkle
‘Cause its rumbling reminds me that I'm a...

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Categories: leaving, lonely, loss, love,

Premium MemberGrief outlasting the time by Pramod Rastogi
Dad, the pangs of sorrows
Pierced my Mom ceaselessly 
Like arrows in her heart, 
Caring and innocent, 
The day you left, years back, 
On your eternal...

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Categories: loss, dedication, depression, grief, heartbroken,

Premium MemberSummer of Barren by Freddie Robinson Jr.

In the winter of this fading love,
I felt the snowflakes falling sting
It was the coldest separation ... 
a heavy coat of pain my heart is...

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Categories: loss, lost love, sorrow,