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Poems About: FAREWELL

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  • 325.
    Farewell

    We have been together since we have had toddlers feet.
    We have had our laugh, that in the end made me weak.
    So farewell, Bon voyage to the friend i'll always know.
    It's a shame we are going and that i have to let you go. read more »

    katie badham
  • 326.
    The Moon Shines off You

    As you Lie there in the dark,
    Me lying next to you on that hot humid night of summer.
    The moons shines off your body,
    off every line and countour of your muscle. read more »

    Rosalita Fernandez
  • 327.
    Moon Shine

    As you Lie there in the dark,
    Me lying next to you on that hot humid night of summer.
    The moons shines off your body,
    off every line and countour of your muscle. read more »

    Rosalita Fernandez
  • 328.
    A Man of Worth

    Dear Uncle Fred's the type of man
    Who to his neighbours gives a hand.
    A man who would not deal in lies,
    Who never could a soul despise. read more »

    Lone Dog
  • 329.
    Bidding Farewell

    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
  • 330.
    Christmas 2003

    The memoir of childhood days,
    Deeply carved as years part ways,
    Penetrating and leaving memory's rays,
    Solitude for silver bells rang in the hay, read more »

    Susan T. Aparejo
  • 331.
    The Double Suicide

    Cleopatra:
    It took but one fleeting moment
    and love glistened in your eyes;
    with gentle allure you wooed me read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 332.
    And I am outta here!

    Upon the lower country,
    That combines the sea and sand.
    Freedom fights for justice,
    In this redundant land. read more »

    Stuart Logan
  • 333.
    When The Port Town Was Trying Her Necklace

    When the port town was trying her necklace
    at the night-mirror of the sea,
    and her earrings by consent of the moon,
    I missed you! read more »

    Ermias Ekube
  • 334.
    In A Meadow, Quiet And Green

    In a meadow, quiet and green
    The brook flowing and silent
    Under the shade of the apple tree
    I nap, relax and wait.... read more »

    Danzen D...
  • 335.
    Heartbreak

    Lying there, was his own lady fair,
    across the city ~ miles from home;
    seriously ill in a hospital bed
    and he was feeling sad and alone. read more »

    Joyce Hemsley
  • 336.
    So long

    Mystified, by the struggle
    to survive my own pride.
    Haunted by the demons of my past life. read more »

    Lizzy Scott
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