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Lonely Sestina Poems

These Lonely Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about Lonely. These are the best examples of Sestina Lonely poems written by international poets.


Song of the Lonely Siren by Anna Nomaly
Can you see me or not, for I am Lost
I only feel salt and quick burning sting
Can you follow me into the ocean
I know you...

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Categories: loneliness, lonely, longing, lost,

Along the Highway by Anastasia Stewart
She walks along the highway
wrapped in a blanket of hazy fog.
Ticking you can hear the clock,
the girl walks faster, her back to the moon.
the road...

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Categories: depression, destiny, eulogy,



Sestina For the Stranger Reading This by Brianna Hollister
As I walk past, somebody
tries to scream, “Save
Me!” My heart beats faster. Me,
myself, and I
like we are the ones. Am 
I scared? 

Yes. More scared
Than...

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Categories: abuse, dark, deep, depression,

When I Dance by Krysada Phounsiri
I seize time when funky drummer songs break
into my body robbing feeling of nerves making me fly
off floors with hips bouncing and shoes sweeping soot...

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Categories: culture, dance, earth, humanity,

The Bestseller by Luka Obradovic
It’s easy for them not to try
when their love shines as bright as the Northern Star.
I’m thinking about you and I can’t stop
wishing you were...

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Categories: abuse, dark, horror, lonely,

The Garden by Corinne Meade
Sometimes it all feels like a dream.
A dream full of love,
Full of life,
And full of happiness.
It is as though I am surrounded by flowers;
Yet, every...

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Categories: dark, death, life, lonely,

Snowman by Charlotte Kingsfield-Blake
He looked out at the snow and ice,
As a cold wind whistled winter
Through the door, bringing hope
Of making a real-life snowman,
A special friend for a...

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Categories: appreciation, best friend, child,

Treasure Lost by M. L. Kiser
On the night stand, 
swimming in colors,
a jewel box once full;
now empty.
My blood runs cold, 
as I mourn the theft of a treasured pin.

An Heirloom...

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Categories: heartbroken, poems, poetry,

The Old House by Linda Rutherford
Dim light shines through the widows of the old house
long since empty, where only dust dances in the air
and a lone mouse scurries across its...

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Categories: fear, imagination,

Ball of Joy by Alexandra Romanyshyn
She remembers the night they met at the ball.
He asked her to dance by the Gatsbian pool.
She remembers the sight of women who tear
their clothes...

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Categories: anger, birth, body, desire,

Premium MemberThe Nameless by Timothy Hicks
I live in an old forgotten castle,
Engulfed in a vast blanket of shadow,
Where without reason, there rustles the leaves
Evermore by the cold clandestine wind.
In the...

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Categories: confusion, lonely, lost, sorrow,

My Words by Jillian Veitenheimer
Burn upon my heart 
Your words of venom 
Lash upon my soul 
Your thoughts of ice 
Stab upon my mind 
Your emotions of chaos 
...

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Categories: devotion, on writing and

Premium MemberHE Brings JOY to the World by HGarvey Daniel Esquire
“Joy to the World : The LORD has Come”
I dance upon the clouds, racing to Glory
I look upon my life and smile ; Thank-YOU
Dear GOD...

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Categories: faith, hope, love, thank

Premium MemberGod Keeps His Promise by Joyce Johnson
I  leap with joy, admit no fears,
Since God above is in my life.
I watch the birds up in the sky
And feel I too am...

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Categories: happinessgod, god, me, rainbow,

Witches Pull Switches by Marty Owens
A light bulb screwed in, then turn on switch witch.
We all can learn from experience.
But you can also experience what you learn.
Time and again learning...

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Categories: education, introspection, passionpain, me,

Singing a New Song by Margaret Foster
           Singing a New Song


	Today I heard a country song
	I hadn’t heard for many years
	I...

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Categories: lost lovelonely, sad,

LONELY by julie Cottingham

I watch the passage of the sands of time
As the gold and red combine on fire in the falling sunset
Yesterday I was content
Alas my dreams...

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Categories: angstme, time, may, me,

A VOLUPTUOUS NIGHT by Andrew Crisci
Sorrowful and lonely lover,
glance over the weeping roses that
the April' rain lulls to despair;
pick them from the garden, where we made love;
O sweetest and most...

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Categories: lost love, love

THE DORMANT FOREST AWAITS SPRING by Andrew Crisci
All the strawberry's and moss rose's bushes
are slowing budding along the dusty bridle paths,
and as the husky New York cowboys pull down their hats,
they don't...

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Categories: children, happiness, imagination, inspirational,

GO ACROSS AMERICA by Andrew Crisci
Many spent all their lives in cities and towns  
so toxic with smoke and smog,
and surprisingly all they do indeed
is take walk a short...

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Categories: natureamerica,