Work Loss Poems

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


Fake vs reality by Raj Ranjit
Fighting between fake and reality
The first day when I sign up in Earth
With the vast terms and conditions, now I’ve lost
Terms were issued in hospital...

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Categories: lonely, loss, lost, mirror,

Premium MemberI Love You Very Much by Paris-Maree Boreham
"I love you very much" he claimed
whilst looking in my eyes,
"I love YOU very much" I said
for love i did surmise.

" I love YOU very...

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Categories: loss, feelings, heart, i love



The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part II by David Welch
II.
In the week that followed that cold, hard scene,
Reno settled in and got down to work,
he did tie up loose ends for the estate,
but mostly...

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Categories: loss, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

The Gun-hand's Revenge, Part I by David Welch
I.
When Sullivan ‘Reno’ Richards rode into
the small, northern Utah town of Stillman,
he’d been unemployed going on three months
since he’d left his job as a hired...

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Categories: loss, adventure, history, hurt, judgement,

Family Remembers, Part I by David Welch
I-Robby

Robby had been married going on eight years,
2hen his Marie demanded a divorce,
whe had been planning, lawyering up,
and instantly dragged it into the court.

Poor Robby...

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Categories: loss, anger, dark, divorce, family,

Vegas by Carissa Marie
Tomorrow tastes like broken hearts
Pickling in a Las Vegas casino

One more card
For shame
But the dog is at home with fleas
And there's no work on Saturdays

No...

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Categories: absence, angst, depression, loss,

Death by Tswarelo Mohohoma
As scary as you are i wish you didn’t have a name.
As heartless as you can be i wish you never existed.
As brutal as you...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

Dobbie by Jimmi Canada
Being high:

On information,
a good dream,
or even a phase of one,

Wishing upon a star to save your soul,

Seeing both the best and worst of things, and...

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Categories: loss, city, earth, emotions, international,

Premium MemberI Cheated by Marc Acrich
I Cheated              --         ...

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Categories: loss, love hurts,

Premium MemberThe Unseen Mill by Carol Connell
There is a special gristmill, not seen by human eye.
The thing that’s ground within it is not grain.
Many would escape its clutches, and here’s the...

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Categories: analogy, bereavement, god, loss,

Premium MemberOne Monday Changed Everything by Caren Krutsinger
She was on her way to work 
A sixty-minute drive she made every day
It was a rainy day, drizzly, a Monday
Her car flipped in every...

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Categories: loss, 10th grade, 11th grade,

wallpaper by roger turner
The room was dank and dreary
The past hung in the air
There was a scent of mildew
A smell of history was there
The paint was old and...

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Categories: loss, family, memory, nostalgia,

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,

The Price of a Normal Life, Part IV by David Welch
Hopkins just fumed, and dove for his iron,
Bud’s gun barked, and he fired right then,
The Pinkerton’s charged at the gunshot,
And stared down on the lifeless...

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Categories: loss, adventure, conflict, family, growth,

A Man in pain by Tawanda Muzavazi
Sometimes I feel like giving up
Because people have already given up on me.
Looking inward for hope.
Eyeing outward for reassurance.
Maybe my eyes cannot see.
I see no...

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Categories: loss, heartbreak, i miss you,

The Last One You'd Expect by David Welch
Eli…my dear Eli….

We’d never imagined it would end this way,
she was so perfect, so impressive.
Seemed like she could do anything
that she set her mind to.

Her...

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Categories: death, loss, science, science

Premium MemberOne, Nine, and Sixteen by Curtis Moorman
ONE, NINE AND SIXTEEN

The sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
For Grandma, this machine was a must
She would work long into the night
Making sure each stitch...

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Categories: goodbye, loss, love, war,

Wrong time, wrong place by Anna Greene
I saw the saddest place today,
One grave,
Two babies
Lost the same day.

Ancient tree above them,
Not yet in leaf,
Covered with snowdrops,
Surrounded by grief.

Weathered stones around them
Tell of...

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Categories: loss, baby, bereavement, death, funeral,

Participation Of Presence by kewayne wadley
We've torn down buildings, and built new ones
Yet we have no foundation. 
We are illiterate to what we truly feel and breathe unless,
It is seen...

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Categories: loss, black african american, life,

Premium MemberOn The Hamster Wheel by Greg Gaul
Always chasing the money, 
Seldom tasting the honey.
Worshipping the drone of work,
Makes me feel like a jerk.
Having no time to think.
How low can I sink?
Everyone...

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Categories: loss, anxiety, endurance, happiness, how