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Solitude Poems | Examples of Solitude Poetry

Solitude Poems - Examples of all types of solitude poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for solitude.

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Premium Member Liberating Distraction
I set myself free yet still in the here and now. Eyes closed, breathing in and out ...Read More
Categories: peace, poetry, solitude,
Form: Choka

Before Seeing the Exploding Star
night after fall seduction by darkness song hidden in silence measures lying between contours shadow fields stillness the color of dreams stillness fields shadow contours between lying measures silence in hidden song darkness by seduction fall after night ...Read More
Categories: solitude, appreciation, nature, night, sky,
Form: Verse
lesson two silence is the partner i need to befriend for days the sun won’t rise to meet me to look beyond the rain while the world takes its turn at mourning the loss of you these are the times i’ll want to learn to tune...Read More
Categories: solitude, death, loneliness, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Sunless And Dim Morning
I worry about the long silence, why life does not reawaken and instill in us the awaited hope? Can distraught hearts beat again... forgetting all the pain for an hour? The sunless and dim morning has stopped all the cheerful warblings of...Read More
Categories: solitude, bird, dream, inspirational, november,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Closed Door
The Closed Door Shut the door Locked it tight Kept at bay All that will ignite The flame inside Barely a flicker in sight There is no silence Behind the door For the voices of my thoughts Are loud and worn Too many voices yell...Read More
Categories: solitude, anxiety, depression, emotions, sad,
Form: Rhyme

And Now I Rise
To keep alive the Mind's Fire, The heart has always burned its Desire. Now I believe in the light of the Sky, As it teaches me numerous ways to Fly. This time I will not lose my Flight, For the...Read More
Categories: blessing, inspirational, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
Questions and Regrets: preview
Venal matter is mind deception My life sit twisted within these questions How do you live within this blind inception? Is living a given if all we’re doing is existing? A blade lodged in my stomach, or at...Read More
Categories: solitude, anxiety, dark, depression, grief,
Form: Free verse
Know our names
I’m afraid the days are stringing together, my love I’m afraid of this hole in my chest I’m afraid of every inch of myself And when the sun’s yolk blooms fire and spills into dawn And we all carry...Read More
Categories: solitude, anger, anxiety, depression, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In passing
In Passing Below, old age and loneliness, One slow step at a time, Makes her way home. Gnarled held shopping, Frail and thin, Not seeing those who bustle...Read More
Categories: sad, society, solitude,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Twelfth of Never
The twelfth of never, ...Read More
Categories: cute, peace, simple, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Recluse
They stay by themselves even current at times as God's faithful servant delighting in being fervent resembling a hermit they don't need people to confirm it as is a card proceed to surf it taking to adoring surfeit to be their final...Read More
Categories: art, solitude,
Form: Monorhyme
When I wrote in verse The prelude of my poem I handed you my mind map I left my head at your hand Tilting back like a line in the sand Your heart came over...Read More
Categories: solitude, allegory, devotion, fantasy, heartbreak,
Form: Free verse
Echummi's Learnings
Echummi was married even before she learnt to wear a saree and when she did learn she learnt to wear white only white and often when she passed a mirror what she saw would chill her spine.. A shaven head, bare...Read More
Categories: feelings, loss, solitude, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
~as the wind blows whispers softly in your ear~ 11/10/20 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2020© ...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, hello, solitude,
Form: Monoku
The simple gaze, yet ice cold stare. Their single glance, at thus is rare. They dance and dance within the air. It’s chill not like what we’ve shared. They’re dancing and prancing; it’s so entrancing. In the steady beat not...Read More
Categories: solitude, 10th grade, art, august,
Form: Rhyme

Specific Types of Solitude Poems

Definition | What is Solitude in Poetry?