Poems About: FAREWELL
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I was not there in time to say farewell,
Or hold you so close to love, till my heart tires,
I was too late when I came, anguish had already fell,
And hoist the pain to smear the sum of fears. read more »Gerry Legister
I love you and i need you;
I love you like my heart! read more »Edward Kofi Louis
231.Mourning for her Innocence
With my heart torn open
I have never seen such a wound
With life suddenly struck to a stand still
I have never had so many questions read more »Phumzile Qata
232.Sonnet XXXIX. Bayard Taylor.
CAN one so strong in hope, so rich in bloom
That promised fruit of nobler worth than all
He yet had given, drop thus with sudden fall? read more »Christopher Pearse Cranch
Each time the wind ruffles the leaves in the trees outside and a distant bird sings, I see your face and hear your name.
As each day begins it's all I can do, to cope with your enduring farewell.
When the night sky appears I find read more »Ron Pate
Though we know we are no singer,
Yet we will chaunt farewell to Springer,
One of our oldest past grands,
About to visit distant lands. read more »James McIntyre
It is the time, to take a chronic farewell;
Time has knocked! To desist earnest emotion;
We are compelled to acknowledge sullen farewell;
And we are prevailed to devour awful affliction; read more »Masroor Shafi
236.What Should I Say?
What should I say,
Since faith is dead,
And truth away
From you is fled? read more »David McKee Wright
237.They Say It's Farewell......I May Perhaps Say It's Break Up.......
I reminisce the walk with you,
midst of decending drizzle......
Now I wonder why me alone in drizzle,
then I revive we broke up...... read more »shinej K.P
238.Farewell to London
Dear, damn'd distracting town, farewell!
Thy fools no more I'll tease:
This year in peace, ye critics, dwell,
Ye harlots, sleep at ease! read more »Alexander Pope
This was its promise, held to faithfully:
The early morning sun came in this way
Until the angle of its saffron beam read more »Boris Pasternak
240.Farewell To Frances
Farewell! if ne'er I see thee more,
Though distant calls my flight impel,
I shall not less thy grace adore, read more »George Moses Horton