Poems About: FAREWELL
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- carpe diem
Quietly you slipped your surly bonds
at night; too long entrapped within
a weakened vessel; all bands now severed,
released...your soul took flight read more »Ruth C. Demetral
Farewell to the old year forever,
And all its sorrows and care
We'll bury in our hearts, and endeavor
New troubles and trials to bear. read more »Julia A Moore
Kiss me tonight without saying anything
kiss me until the blood sprouts
kiss me with rage, it is my farewell
tomorrow I emigrate without knowing where! read more »ENRIQUE ALBERTO HURTADO MINOTTA
328.Sonnet XVI: Delusive Hope
Delusive Hope! more transient than the ray
That leads pale twilight to her dusky bed,
O'er woodland glen, or breezy mountain's head,
Ling'ring to catch the parting sigh of day. read more »Mary Darby Robinson
329.Sonnet XIX: Farewell, Ye Coral Caves
Farewell, ye coral caves, ye pearly sands,
Ye waving woods that crown yon lofty steep;
Farewell, ye Nereides of the glitt'ring deep,
Ye mountain tribes, ye fawns, ye sylvan bands: read more »Mary Darby Robinson
330.Click here to listen to Farewell People's Princess
Farewell People's Princess The crash was heard around the world.
Flags at half mast were unfurled.
Only an echo escaped the tunnel so tragic,
But it resounded world wide because of her magic. read more »Barbara Jones
331.God Will Be There
When tears fill your eyes,
And great sadness fills your heart,
When it is hard to say farewell,
To your friend as they go away. read more »Freda Satterfield
When the shadows sleep, birds to their nests creep.
Nights come with pain, winter with heavy rain.
‘t was but pain what his death did to my brain.
Lo, beasts and men gather around to weep read more »Montazar AnNayef
333.Dreams of France
Oh, dreams of France! Oh, faded dreams of France!
Ohm France, that I had ever dreamed of thee!
I thought to help thee bear thy brandished lance, read more »Leon Gellert
Bidding farewell to the near and dear is very painful;
First to mother, then to father, to class mate, to friend, to colleague,
Is completely devastating; read more »Varanasi Ramabrahmam
still like a statue
i stand and watch
watch you walk away from me
your footsteps leading you to a new place read more »Ridah Ellahi
336.A New Pilgrimage: Sonnet XXX
'Tis time I stepped from Horeb to the plain.
Mountains, farewell. I need a heavier air.
Youth's memories are not good for souls in pain, read more »Wilfrid Scawen Blunt