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Elegy Love Poems

These Elegy Love poems are examples of Love poems about Elegy. These are the best examples of Love Elegy poems written by international poets.

Though unlived ages defter poets shall bring,
And blur all rhymes woven in my barren span;
May young pupil-scribes with like relish savor
These yellowing tropes as sworn...

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Categories: allegory, art, first love,

For a day and for love
Night is a day too that lacks light...
Dislike is love too that lacks You...

September 22, 2019...

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Categories: analogy, conflict, lost love,

Premium Member She
She knew of all the finer things,
Like candlelight, and snow—
And she knew of love, the people say,
Albeit long ago.

She was rather fond of moonlight,
But of...

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Categories: death, love, romantic,


My dearest Nathan Reide 
4 years on, still my heart bleeds 
I'm always here with thoughts of you
with a glimmer of clarity I catch myself...

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Categories: love, bereavement, death of a

Premium Member AN ELEGY
The sun will rise,the sun will set,
no more love will life beget;
The day will break,the moon to rise,
no more love,as this life dies.

First 4 lines...

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Categories: lost love,

You waved goodbye with a
 I couldn't argue because...

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Categories: cry, eulogy, lost love,

Bon Voyage In Your Life Journey Ahead
I, (though ye feel averse associating
with birth father) attest,
perhaps undeserving your vicariously quest
regaling, surmounting, and triumphing
storied Penn ultimate academic conquest

affirms his pride and joy at

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Categories: love, adventure, beautiful, devotion, education,

Braving the Stillness

Radiating waves of thoughts unseen,
the battle gallant rages 
in sub-hematoma nether places
An invisible clash against dark principalities
from the shadow realm,
the stricken valiant breathe
with unconscious, godly...

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Categories: bereavement, dedication, love, spiritual,

Metamorphoses Into Poignant Womanhood
Immeasurable maturation profoundly
transformed thy Shana Punim
within whose corporeal femininity
gravitas resonates and doth hum
whose unbelievable transition, now
follows the beat of her own drum

approximately four years ago,

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Categories: love, angel, appreciation, daughter, devotion,

Missing You
When you’re near me, 
the sky is no longer blue.
You’re the pink lenses
I see the world through.

When you leave me,
you take away your spell.
The drabness...

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Categories: love,

Quietly her love fathomed
The glittering incisor,
A puissant one unravished,
An aesthete affirmed.
Wide in comb of friend
A pilot stood aghast
In rapt...

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Categories: love, adventure, art, aubade, beauty,

Missing You
When you’re near me, the sky is no longer blue.
You’re the pink lenses I see the world through.

When you leave me, you take away your...

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Categories: love,

Alone Without You
What amount of regret will bring you back?
How much tears will I shed before I see you again?
Where does my pain bound to go?
Who am...

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Categories: love, death, goodbye, sad, sad

Over Bacon and Cigarettes
by mornings and sunsets
the daily city rituals
consumed with norms and smiles
I try to find me in it

by wonderful words spoken
The music commemorates us
Watch for the...

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Categories: sad, sad love,

Premium Member Translation of Marcel Moreau's A L'Amour by T Wignesan
Translation of the Elegy: On Marceline Desbordes-Valmore - À L'amour - Poem by Marcel Moreau Translated by T. Wignesan

Reprends de ce bouquet les trompeuses couleurs,...

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Categories: love, absence, hate, heartbreak, irony,

Bright Star

There are two kinds of people in this world, there are Hummers and there are Nails. You decide which one you choose to be.

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Categories: anger, love,

Premium Member Windwalker
knew a Tiger
who swam with dolphins
along the razor’s edge

meditated with a yellow bird
under his honey’s tree
in a west coast garden.

rare breed
from an indigenous

poetic wisdom
written with


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Categories: love, bereavement, cancer, grief, loss,

Premium Member Bruce Walker, elegy
My teacher died.
   His lungs failed him.

He taught me that the lungs
harbor grief.

   His lungs are gone.
My grief...

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Categories: love, death of a friend,

Dog in Heaven
My poor little guy,
Why did you have to go?
My home is so empty without you.
You are gone in my sight,
But not in my mind.
To many,...

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Categories: dog, love,


You should be kept in dark room of museum,
Where they would pay before you're seen and called,
For your beauty's fiercer than strength of sun.


Josh Berry....

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Categories: beauty, love,