Nostalgia Verse Poems

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


One most dramatic change in my life by matthew harris
(A recent virtual chat with thine youngest daughter
awakened poignant memories adjusting to 
fatherhood for first time).
     
December 22nd 1996 Bundle of...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Living For Tomorrow by Christopher Goss

I drift from place to place
Never had a place to call my own
Nor a plan for the future
I just dreamed incessantly of tomorrow
And all the...

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Categories: verse, change, deep, life, nostalgia,



Disappear by Christopher Goss

Young eyes so full and wide
Thinking a world so stationary
As if it were a picture
Where happiness is forever entombed
Over the faces of loved ones
It's so...

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Categories: verse, change, friendship, goodbye, nostalgia,

Premium MemberDistant Shores by Gershon Wolf
When he was but a lad of eight
the sand-drenched shores of distant lakes
beckoned from three miles away
 ~ her wave-tossed fingers calling

Ten years anon the...

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Categories: verse, nostalgia, ocean, science, space,

Premium MemberMulti Tasking Without Thought by Caren Krutsinger
I am semi addicted to word games,
Making one hundred to two hundred moves
Each night.  I wish I was kidding. But I
Am not.  I...

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Categories: verse, games, nostalgia, word play,

Premium MemberSummer by Tania Kitchin
Nostalgic memories of having root beer floats with my grandmother
while Sitting on her steps Scents of lilacs and peony’s waif through the air
Watching fuzzy caterpillars,...

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Categories: verse, nostalgia, summer,

WHEN THINGS HAPPEN by Ogaga Eruteya
Something absurdly amazing,
About the way things happen:
We plan for, and await events
But they arrive and we ask,
‘Was it worth the effort?’
Some other times, we wonder...

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Categories: verse, encouraging, endurance, hope, hurt,

Premium MemberParty Animal In The Form of a She by Caren Krutsinger
She was the best of us. 
She was gloriously fun and exciting.
She laughed like no other, throwing back her head, full mouth open.
She was outgoing,...

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Categories: verse, confidence, girlfriend, life, nostalgia,

Beacon by Julie Preston
           Shades of grey
    Plastered across the sky
Your smile eclipses a crescent...

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Categories: verse, anxiety, beautiful, depression, longing,

Premium MemberTHE GRISTMILL by Line Gauthier


Old gristmill stands
A shell of stones
Abandoned
In the times
So long ago
I was a child
Running through
Tall grasses
Dad grinding
The flour Mom
Needed to 
Make our bread



Submitted on June 8,...

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Categories: verse, family, father, food, nostalgia,

Premium MemberThe Gulf Between Cute And Beautiful by Madison Demetros
I’m every soft, light, sweet thing you can count in the sky. 
Cinnamon sugar dusted stars, and tufts of pastel pink, and baby blue 
cotton...

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Categories: verse, boy, feelings, first love,

Premium MemberI feel Nostalgia by Therese Bacha
You feel nostalgia for everything 
That was and no longer is. 
This description most definitely 
Deepens and clarifies them. 

The right words help us to...

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Categories: verse, age, endurance,

Deadlock by Diana Bosa
Once I was a preserver
a wayfarer 
a maker
but later
you turned me into a useless stargazer
by losing the will of being your tracer
I ceded my kismet...

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Categories: verse, fate, lost love, love,

To Whom It May Concern by Sam Larson
Today, it is a sunny Thursday morning in April, and my body
aches like it does when a rainstorm hits, and I am regrettably 
bitter about...

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Categories: verse, feelings, growth, life, lost,

I Love You Because You're Gone by Alycia Wheatley
I Love You Because You're Gone


I loved you when you were alive,
Though our time was short.
I believe if we'd had forever,
It never would have worked.

I...

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Categories: verse, death, emotions, longing, lost,

Premium Member- Those Were the Days - by Sunshine Smile


We do not listen as before anymore
Emotions that occur when the music plays
Supertramp - "School" or
ABBA - "S.O.S."
a pulsating drive

Bee Gees - "Stayin 'Alive"
Bruce Springsteen...

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Categories: verse, flower, happiness, nostalgia,

The Rock and the River by Paul Gallagher
The rock and the river.

My friend is this river.
My companion and foe.
Destined to feel its
Eternal flow.

I felt your power,
Your strength, your test.
For you have helped...

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Categories: verse, nature, nostalgia, romance,

Personal Cosmology by Paul Gallagher
In my den. A place to go. Away from all. No depth. No upstairs, no down stairs. Built by me. My secret solitude. God’s not...

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Categories: verse, child, dream, memory, nostalgia,

Premium MemberYesterday's Gristmill by The Grahamburglar
Sometimes, I can hear that happy, bubbly brook
bouncing over stones and under the wheel…that giant wheel.
It would drone along groaning a wooden song;
each night luring...

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Categories: verse, environment, memory, music, nature,

Premium MemberSOLITUDE BY THE REVERIE by Line Gauthier


the tiniest sliver of a moon hangs distant
yet its faded heart long gone
it too abandons me tonight

i buried you today

how can i face returning to...

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Categories: anger, heartbroken, home, lost