Women Loss Poems

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


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,

Premium MemberINTERNET LIARS by jack cooper
Have you ever stopped and asked yourself why
So many people on the Internet seem to lie
Instead of complying and relying on
What lives deep down inside
To...

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Categories: bullying, emotions, loneliness, loss,



Premium MemberCANDLELIT VIGIL by Line Gauthier

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
Their farmland sapping every last ounce of energy
Animals and crops, entrusted and on her own to adjust
With welcome visits...

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Categories: death, farm, hope, loss,

The Taking of a Hero's Wife, Part I by David Welch
Owen Kucharski found himself inside
of a rather awkward situation,
all because of a women that he saw
every few days for adult ‘recreation.’

Her name was Laura, and...

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Categories: bereavement, courage, loss, love,

Where Did He Go by L. J. Carber
[This poem reflects the notion that each of us has an 'internal age' that we sense to be more real that whatever the mirror shows.]



Where...

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Categories: age, allusion, appreciation, loss,

Love of Her Life by David Welch
That’s my Cecilia sitting over there,
with brown eyes and wavy hair,
a joy that’s truly blessed my life,
even since she became my wife.
But things were not...

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Categories: angst, loss, lost love,

A people betrayed by Rajarshi Keshari
You dont have to be moved, 
we are already in a revolution
A different kind, one where futures are decided on couches in front of the...

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Categories: anger, angst, loss, political,

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,

Castaway by DEBASHREE TRIPATHY
Castaway :-
Long day…longer it gets…
with no hand at a distance,
grey skies, with glimpses of clouds
that traverse together, like a bound existence.

far off, in the sultry...

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Categories: fate, giving, humanity, loss,

Premium MemberThe Senior Center by Gerald Dillenbeck
The Senior Center was a beehive of active waiting
to die.

Bingo
but not ballroom dancing.

Knitting
but not garden expansions.

Physical therapy
but not yoga
and not chi gong,
much less mindful meditations
sung...

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Categories: loss, age, earth, faith, health,

Warrior Wombs by Joyce Teed
Warrior Wombs
(for Sandy and the loss of our first grandson)
By Joyce Teed
2/8/17

Warrior Wombs
Every woman
Has an untold story
A secret
Untold
Or unseen
Her story
Includes
Silent sorrows
Wounds with no words
Winding through...

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Categories: abortion, heartbreak, loss, mother,

She Goes Back by Lillian White
She Goes Back
By Lillian J. Jeffrey


Whispers flow like a river
she will be sold
sold or rented like a cash crop

Born on a Maryland plantation
her mother works...

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Categories: courage, freedom, loss, spiritual,

Wind-up Toys in the Sky by Richard H. Dunsany
Between each limping breath
the sky pulsates blanched green searing,
each day inspired by gray blight, each day
the firmament harbors dense, blazing energy,
a circus troupe of skyward...

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Categories: loss, absence, age, dark, earth,

Premium MemberAnother Loss By Hillary by James Horn
Another Loss By Hillary

 A lot of people are upset about Hillary's loss. 
Politics should be kept out off of FaceBook just like out of church....

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Categories: loss, angst,

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,

Chicago's Sin by Marek Stryker
Another body dropped as the evil ran through the night 
He was on a spree to start a war 
The screams blistered the silence 
As...

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Categories: loss, america, chicago, corruption, evil,

WAR that broke my heart by ramzad kumble
I search for your smile in my dream,
Wrapped around my heart with your arms,
Now the dreams are shattered by arms,
Arms that break the hearts.
Rioters run...

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Categories: death, heart, loss, love,

A Christmas Funeral by RONNY MADONSELA
I had to cry on the inside,
As aunty laid spread on the Kitchen floor weeping.
She somewhat gathered herself and stood sobbing,
“They shot him” were words...

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Categories: loss, drug, , Lullaby,

Love If only by STANLEY Harris
>Was in the park, it was dark.
Her voice was soft and mellow.
She was the women of my dreams.
She sat upon the park bench seat you...

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Categories: first love, loss, lost

FAILED by Diana Viguri
How dare you walk around all cocky and self righteous
Nailing your ASS is going to be my final gift
U know what u did covering it...

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Categories: abuse, loss,