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  • 373.
    Weight Of A Heavy World (For Aiden)

    The greatest sorrow
    Is the loss of a child
    The loss of their warmth
    Never again hearing their smile

    Blaming myself is the cruelest torture I bare
    For all I want is for them to be there
    Replaying moments over in my head
    Doesn't alter what is and kills me instead

    I feel sick and hollow
    With nothing inside
    The pain is endless
    No matter how hard I cry

    There are days I hate living
    and nights I just want to die
    But the thing I ponder most of all
    Is wanting to know 'why? '

    But death itself is my savior
    My strength of will is my resolve
    And no one gets to decide but me
    When I truly want to end it all read more »

  • 374.
    Testosterone Depletion and Aging

    Man’s Oligospermia depletion also refects his health and vitality.
    Recently a TV chief queried experts at his table for such validity.
    Even Rod Stewart’s wife had her say, clarifying their healthy way.
    Ramsay’s approach to food makes his restaurant the best; hey. read more »

  • 375.
    wrong side step

    art of deception
    loss of identity loss of detection
    under the worlds scope of inspection
    classified as a C section read more »

  • 376.
    Paradiso Perduto

    Loss and gain, fear and pain, trivial pursuit,
    Yet so important I would die,
    And die again and again, no gain,
    The pain pursuing happiness and loss, read more »

  • 377.

    My losses are no longer unbearable.
    No sooner do I come out of a loss
    Then I fall into another.
    I - for example - died,
    Died a long time ago read more »

  • 378.
    Two Fifties and a Tomato Cart

    Two.50 calibre rounds destroyed the old man's head
    there was nothing left in the space
    where once eyes, nose, mouth had lived
    his face was shredded read more »

  • 379.
    The Greatest Plague

    Hate consumes the people of the world like a
    plague that kills. Turn to hate we do in times
    where things are wrong in thine eyes. Try to
    justify it by calling it what you like but in read more »

  • 380.
    the war

    the revolutionary war so bloody and cruel,
    the war started at the dust of dawn so cold so fearful,
    the earnest in the people's heart who were in battle,
    knowing their death can come the war and there pride, read more »

  • 381.
    On A Rainy Day

    I've been walking in silence
    through this way for years.
    Each day nature showed me a new face,
    sometimes shiny, sometimes windy, read more »

  • 382.
    Weigh of Vanity

    Weigh of Vanity

    Only admit one loss losses in one lost,
    Life keeps such principle to suit losers. read more »

  • 383.
    Were did magic go! ? ! ? ! ? !

    When I realized that magic had died, I begin to cry
    The loss of imagination,
    The loss of that witch we did not know,
    Now science has lain you down, read more »

  • 384.

    The feeling rushes through your veins
    Hands shaky and arms ice cold
    While you walk around in a daze
    Loss of feeling, loss of control read more »

New Loss Poems

  1. #2 Newspaper Black-out Poetry: 'RUDE SH.., Abhishek Kumar Singh
  2. Wild boars., Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  3. Loss, Andy Brookes
  4. A Loss Sheep, ademola oluwabusayo
  5. Re-value-ation, tolu ogundare
  6. No loss, gajanan mishra
  7. Weigh loss, hasmukh amathalal
  8. Loss of things, gajanan mishra
  9. Rear story, SALINI NAIR
  10. Desire Not Fulfilled, gajanan mishra
  11. Innocent smile that hurts...., SALINI NAIR
  12. Loss, Marcquiese Burrell
  13. An Image Of You, Anna Kirshenbaum
  14. Loss, sallam yassin
  15. Like Many others, Jacob Stretton
  16. The Cost of Love, Kaleb Brown
  17. Integrity, Macy Dvirnak
  18. The Loss, Edwina Reizer
  19. Loss That Never Leaves, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  20. Sad Is The Loss, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  21. New Year 2013, Sumanta Roy
  22. Conceptual Sociogram(7), Nyein Way
  23. Losses and Wins, Tina Chan
  24. Loss Of..., Michael Ernst
  25. Faith In Vodka Tears, Terence George Craddock (Spe ..
  26. Your Loss, Idris El Asha
  27. Irretrievable (Kimo Poetry), Cynthia BuhainBaello
  28. its a big loss, Fantiz Evans
  29. Pray, Curtis Brown
  30. NUCLEAR WAR, Pratheek Praveen Kumar
  31. Who wins, gajanan mishra
  32. In Paying Homage To The Loss, RIC S. BASTASA
  33. The End, Jacquie StewartHeimann
  34. No Cure but There Are Stars, Diana Americano
  35. Leaving A Place Is Sweet, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  36. Wisdom, Abdul Wahab
  37. I Lost The Poem In Its Complexity, Shalom Freedman
  38. A loss, Austin Courtney
  39. your loss diminishes me, Austyne Thomas
  40. Tick Tock, Bron Dayvid
  41. Life In Newspaper, Imtiaz Emon
  42. Opurtunity, Abigail Hauschild
  43. Memory Loss, Ray Lucero
  44. The gambling, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  45. Sorry, for your loss, Josephine DixonBanks
  46. ...We all sink in black holes, Ken e Hall
  47. A sort of Poem about Fear, Goocolbe Questioni
  48. The Gift to Proceed, Chatara Conway
  49. a certain loss, RIC S. BASTASA
  50. Lost..., Wanita D'OrAlook
  51. Loss, Connie Webb
  52. Jealous Nature, Patti Masterman
  53. Tears, cassidy lorent
  54. l Losses Are Sometime Good..., (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  55. Not All Losses Are Bad, (brief renderings) Joe Fazio
  56. We can still be us, Jr. plumhoff
  57. Man loses yet no loss., Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  58. Rain Again, otteri selvakumar
  59. Tourtured Child, Melanie Hannon
  60. Being wise and fool, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  61. The Loss, AKELLA S. RATNAM
  62. A Loss of Inner Peace., Ryan Ko
  63. Life is Loss, Black Rabbit
  64. Loss Lost in Thought, Mark R Slaughter
  65. Sense of loss, akram saqib
  66. Lost Me, Paul Price
  68. THIS GREAT STORM(for Junie), Dónall Dempsey
  69. falling tears, Tommie Cobb
  70. Loss Of A Friend, Nerissa Morton
  71. all crazed., Paul Foulkes
  72. Loss Unbearable, Loss Irrepearable, Ulveena Aitzaz
  73. On Torture We Should Not Keep Our Silence, Francis Duggan
  74. Untitled, Stuart Doggett
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