Poems About: FAREWELL
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349.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
Mystified, by the struggle
to survive my own pride.
Haunted by the demons of my past life. read more »Lizzy Scott
351.So Long, So long
Oh, dear friend, so long, so long
This we’ll be my last farewell, waving goodbyes,
The moment I rage; soak in tears my eyes
I spoke to you, so long, so long. read more »Raymond Cabrera
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
353.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
356.To My Wife
Solemnly, I swear
I'll live forever by your side
To the endpoint of my adulthood,
Through the barricades of happiness, read more »Dennis Go
357.Farewell to the Crocodile Plaster
Farewell to the Crocodile Plaster (Written for Pre-School Leavers, read at the School Nativity Play)
The time has come to say goodbye
Both parents and children leave with a sigh read more »Philip Eames
358.Ode VI. Farewell
Farewell! yet, while the rolling billows
Waft you o'er their parent deep,
Let the shade of recent friendship
Sometimes sympathise and weep! read more »Charles Tompson
359.I went into the wide world
I went into the wide world
where I could read more »Gert Strydom
360.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