Poems About Grieving And Loss

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  • Lost angels (9) 8

    by Brenda

    You will never know
    the depth of my love...

  • Shall I return to fading scribes of old?
    That once with each a turn and covered page...

  • A Wreath of Lilies (1) 1

    by Mark

    The snowy lilies gird her pith - in wake;
    bejewelled love reposed in truest sleep...

  • What will I be when the pain is gone?
    What words will I leave to carry on...

  • - (12) 7 WIN

    by Ben Pickard

    I don't know if the fan that makes rivulets out of...
    is the only mercy you will feel during this cruel...

  • Mothers day

    by jessica warrick

    Sitting all alone on Mother’s Day the rain...
    it’s here to stay. The Memories are not enough...

  • October's Sky (2) 3

    by Baby Rainbow

    An ordinary day in October finds me collapsing
    into a pile of leaves on the ground...

  • free as a bird (syntuit) (6) 7 HM

    by - Mr. Darcy

    addiction became
    prison where cancer would free...

  • This grief is told of yonder meadows green
    how far - as they appear from crater deep...

  • No Words (6) 4

    by Paul Hirst

    If only your words were falling leaves
    How brightly my Autumn bonfires would burn...

  • Wherein the haven, dwells my stillborn child?
    The crib could not illumine gilt enough...

  • My Wish 2

    by Olivia

    I hope your worries stay small and your dreams...
    I hope you know someone loves you...