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Poems About: LOSS

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  • 49.
    Life In Newspaper

    Some life stop their life on newspaper.
    some life loss their life on newspaper.
    loss their life like a photograph.
    Loss their life in a column of newspaper. read more »

    Imtiaz Emon
  • 50.
    Dreams in the Dusk

    Dreams in the dusk,
    Only dreams closing the day
    And with the day’s close going back
    To the gray things, the dark things, read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 51.
    Loss Of A Friend

    A loss of a friend hurts
    The loss of a best friend hurts more,
    But it is never a true loss;
    Everyday you will see something that reminds you of them read more »

    Nerissa Morton
  • 52.

    Nuclear War, the terror of the world,
    Enough to destroy all life and world,
    While nuclear war breaks, all terribly die,
    Even the creatures that crawl to the birds those fly. read more »

    Pratheek Praveen Kumar
  • 53.
    Memory Loss

    Indeed we live in troubled times
    Our days filled with angst n’ worry
    Good folk committing petty crimes
    Blindly going nowhere in a hurry read more »

    Ray Lucero
  • 54.
    Sorry, for your loss

    The name tag, now has a toe tag
    Tailor made suit, a body bag

    Sorry, for your loss read more »

    Josephine DixonBanks
  • 55.
    We can still be us

    My mind is racing,
    I can't make it stop.
    Somethings gotta give
    or my hearts going to pop. read more »

    Jr. plumhoff
  • 56.

    Hands to hit,
    Hands to hurt,
    Hands to break
    Without even touching. read more »

    Stuart Doggett
  • 57.
    No Cure but There Are Stars

    Please sir be assured
    there is no cure
    no cure for my insanity
    no cure for my fear read more »

    Diana Americano
  • 58.
    Ch 04 On The Advantages Of Silence Story 02

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    Saadi Shirazi
  • 59.
    Jealous Nature

    Earthly love so soon corrupts,
    And others peace, it interrupts:
    The jealous human nature fears
    A loss, if other love appears. read more »

    Patti Masterman
  • 60.
    Rear story

    Snowy evening that deserted
    A loll of loss pronged
    Stand to mend the refrain of loss
    Lament chasing the quill read more »

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