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Poems About: GRIEF

In this page, poems on / about “grief” are listed.

  • 61.
    Scorpion

    Scorpion
    This scorpion has
    No poison
    Grief not read more »

    gajanan mishra
  • 62.
    TO GRIEF

    TO GRIEF
    Everyone is desiring happiness,
    Happiness! you take pride on your self,
    But grief is larger and more, read more »

    dr. ram sharma
  • 63.
    Grief-Song

    New grief, new tears;-
    Brief the reign of sorrow;
    Clouds that gather with the night
    Scatter on the morrow. read more »

    John Bannister Tabb
  • 64.
    Grief As An Island

    grief is always an island
    in the middle of the sea read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 65.
    Song Of Nobel Grief

    Oh, noble grief of the suffering soul
    That into free verse bursts out...
    Would you perchance take comfort
    In adorning the world with jewels? read more »

    Millosh Gjergj Nikolla
  • 66.
    Friendship

    No wail of grief can equal answer win:
    Love's faltering echo may but ill express
    The grief for grief, nor more than faintly mock read more »

    Silas Weir Mitchell
  • 67.
    Grief

    Grief is like a child,
    Led with relentless hand
    By a strange nurse, whose face
    Seems never to have smiled, read more »

    Robert Laurence Binyon
  • 68.
    In my closet

    In throes of grief wit no pal nigh
    my aches let out in trembling sigh
    no hi from all my dearie pals
    they all and sundry wandering far read more »

    Saintdc Reward
  • 69.
    Silent Language Of Grief

    tears are the silent language of grief
    Taht mostly provide us comfort and grief
    When once they quietly all fall down
    On grass that's green or on mud taht is brown read more »

    Seema Chowdhury
  • 70.
    crying

    he says he likes to cry when
    everyone is asleep when no one hears his sound
    of grief anymore read more »

    RIC S. BASTASA
  • 71.
    Antiquity

    When sadness becomes monumental
    When only tears can fall
    We cannot look upon you
    As an ordinary mortal read more »

    Lois Clarke
  • 72.
    grief

    grief
    remove all the griewf from your heart,
    you really don't know your time,
    but time must come when we shalt know how to end the grief, read more »

    Maxim Muyu
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