Loss Verse Poems

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


The Emptiness of Gung Ho Postures and Attitudes by john sensele
Gung Ho machismo pushed to limits of puerile pomposity
Thrives in a world of alternative reality
But falls flat on its garrulous verbosity
Especially if hitched on the...

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General Data Protection Regulation by john sensele
General data protection regulation hits the internet running
Disrupting models of personal data manipulation, dissemination and protection
In scenarios where click and trick firms gunning
Through stealth and...

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War dead Mama by Christopher Flaherty
No flower
Nor wreath 
Shall those deceased 
Call to arms 

On unknown gravus
That cross the bows of scuttled ships
That sank before the powder mist

Kisses follies chance...

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Categories: verse, angst,

wishing for hope by Kylie Barnhart
Wishful of Hope
Kylie B.

She is wishing
for a breath
of cold hope
among the trees

She is wishing
for a drink
of water for safety
in her home

She is wishing
to forget
the loss...

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Categories: verse, 8th grade, confidence, courage,

Even happy ever afters end by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Memories turn to stories with time
And even happy ever afters end
Moments sift through our fingers
and dissipate devouring our lives
A tear so soft and pliable grasps...

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Limit by Aaron Fletcher
Why does fear distill in our eyes when we see the colors of freedom 
pull up behind us.
Pure irony is like pure sugar cane its...

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Categories: verse, depression, irony, society,

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: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Peace on Earth by Faith Van Riel
Think back of little boys and girls
Tiny faces, lots of curls
Growing strong and smarter too
Throughout the years whoever knew,
They’d join the ranks as women and...

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Categories: people, world,

Premium MemberCurtains by Heidi Sands
Curtains of green hang on the trees
All around this wooded place
Thoughts are lost in the forest
For a moment, I heard your voice
Calling out for me
Until...

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Categories: verse, introspection, loneliness, loss, memory,

Premium MemberShroud by Connor Lotts
I remember a long time ago
When I met you.
You were bright back then,
Always thinking things were
Better than they could possibly be.
I wish I could go...

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Categories: verse, death of a friend,

Premium MemberShadows on the cosmos by John Hamilton
Shadows on the cosmos

I have mixed reviews and emotions,
as I, reflect on my SOJOURN in this
temporal state, residing as I do, in
this earthenware vessel.
I have...

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Categories: verse, farewell, introspection, leaving, loss,

Premium MemberOf Vampires and Witches by Gerald Dillenbeck
Did you ever notice
our vampire legends
are almost always patriarchal,
sometimes even princely
and excruciatingly royalist,
elitist?

While witches plot and evil plan
in coven craven circles
more undershadow than legendary.

Wizards might...

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Categories: verse, courage, green, health, humor,

Lost Laughter by Brian Densham
He looks ... Once more

The wide, weathered barn door
Tilts … To the wind
Its hinges broken … Rusted
It will never close again

Doesn’t matter

A small, solitary swallow
Flees...

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Categories: verse, age, introspection,

Premium MemberHonest and Dishonest Differences by Gerald Dillenbeck
LeftBrain yang's universal differentiations:

To deduce,
distinguish,
monoculturally confine,
define,
refine,
privilege,
isolate,
depress,
repress,
suppress,
Either WinThis Or Join ThatExterior Body of AllLosers,
competitive fundamentalist predation,
patriarchal discrimination for ego-empowerment,
accept HereYang Supremacy
over Now YinSquared enlightening understory,

To differentiate
differences...

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Categories: verse, caregiving, community, education, health,

Premium MemberDepth of my pain by Heidi Sands
A simple phone call led to a plunge into suffering
Hyperventilating, from news of the sudden death of my friend
I gather my words and travel silently...

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Categories: verse, death, grief, loss, pain,

Raw Reality by Author Rhonda Kay Hero
Waking again to the Raw Reality that your gone.
I tell myself every moment you will call but you don't.
I wait daily to hear your voice...

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Categories: verse, childhood, death, loss, mother

A celebration of Life by Pauline Horner
A CELEBRATION OF LIFE

The loss of your Mother:
a feeling of no other,
sadness and sorrow,  
tears of grief continue into tomorrow.

Your Mother,
whose pain has ceased,...

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Categories: verse, family,

Premium MemberThe Dietetic Duo by Carol Connell
The diet she chose was DASH,
her sodium intake to slash.
The diet he chose was keto,
and he’s losing weight, so neat-o!
Her he didn’t fault
for eating less...

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Categories: verse, fun, husband, loss, wife,

Premium MemberReforesting Guidelines by Gerald Dillenbeck
GROUP VALUES

Belief in WinWin organic ability
to cooperatively manage secular 
as BothAnd sacred 
health development vocations.

Desire to create
open DNA-familiar GREEN systems--
Great
ReForesting
EconomicYang 3D SpaceDriven
EcologicalYin 4D TimeFlowing
Networking organic...

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Categories: verse, health, integrity, love, paradise,

Shores of Doom and Gloom in Your Faith by john sensele
Shores of doom 
Needn’t engulf the space in your mind
Where without your will gloom
Can’t inhabit until faithless fleas and spiritual sleaze find

Room and space to...

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