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Poems About: GRIEF

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  • 325.
    What Have I Done Wrong?

    Here again to show the sadness, pain, and grief
    Not of lost love, but a pain so bleak
    A life that seems so meek
    A darkened shadow that creeps it way to kill read more »

    Alex Fischer
  • 326.
    Pessimism and Optimism

    Life is love, lovely and loving
    Grief influences life better than everything.
    Having ever so beauty as like as heaven
    Life is a strong attraction of spiritual illusion. read more »

    Onon Sarker
  • 327.
    Joy that's half too keen, and true

    Joy that's half too keen, and true,
    Makes us tears.
    Oh! the sweetness of the tears! read more »

    Augusta Davies Webster
  • 328.
    To Each His Own

    We're born alone, and so we die,
    Alone, no use to fuss or moan-
    Each living thing must face the truth:
    We drink our cup of grief, alone. read more »

    Patti Masterman
  • 329.
    Esther, A Sonnet Sequence: II

    Yes, who shall tell the value of our tears,
    Whether we wept aright or idly grieved?
    There is a tragedy in unloved years, read more »

    Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
  • 330.
    A Hymn For Christmas Morning

    IT is the Christmas time:
    And up and down 'twixt heaven and earth,
    In glorious grief and solemn mirth,
    The shining angels climb. read more »

    Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  • 331.
    Compassionate Thoughts

    Compassionate thoughts and feelings of emptiness
    Are almost always expressed in sadness, grief, or distress.
    But in conflict of life and death there is a pause
    For life is a common interest, for death there is no cause. read more »

    Jason Summers
  • 332.
    the cup of grief

    We're born alone, and so we die,
    Alone, no use to fuss or moan-
    Each living thing must face the truth:
    We drink our cup of grief, alone. read more »

    shirts williams
  • 333.
    Monster Party

    They are having a party at the neighborhood bar
    Some they got together well after dark
    Oh good grief did you ever see
    A monster party on old hallows eve read more »

    Bill Simmons
  • 334.
    Shaken

    Your shaken with grief
    Your shaken by death
    Your shaken with horror
    Your shaken with the cold read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 335.
    Grief

    When friends have gone, memories shall not,
    Be unkind as the fragrant flowers that fade,
    With vast images moving hands and foot,
    And sinking through into where grief reside. read more »

    Gerry Legister
  • 336.
    Grief - The Soul of Life

    </></>Laughter, Joy and Happiness is all people want,
    We could do without grief, they say.
    Little do they know that I don't just daunt,
    I am their lives' X-Ray. read more »

    Shashank iFalcon
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