Poems About Grieving And Loss

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  • Reality 1

    by MariAnn C.

    The Call came through
    At the worst time ever...

  • The Trees Leave

    by Jemia de Blondeville

    The Trees Leave
    Memories lay...

  • It's Still Him (2) 4 WIN

    by silvershoes

    I feel him at the edges of an unturned page
    He’s there waiting, waiting for me, waiting in a...

  • No Farewell 1

    by BOB GALLO

    Whenever birds sing
    I remember you...

  • Six Months 3

    by Kate

    Today marks six months after your passing.
    On this blistering cold May Mother’s Day...

  • Hole in my chest 2

    by Guilty By Design

    How do you explain death to a child?
    Nine years aged, six at your service...

  • 500

    by Jemia de Blondeville

    500 hundred men
    Go off to war...

  • The Black Rose (x3 Haiku Acrostic)

    by Jemia de Blondeville

    The Black Rose (x3 Haiku Acrostic)
    Black as a mourning...

  • Why 2

    by Captain Lonesome

    So many lives and families are unfortunately cut...
    Lifes end is imminent but when it's too early or...

  • Everlasting Wraith 3

    by SiLeNtLy ScReAmInG

    Life does not always end,
    in death...

  • Something Changed 1

    by Katrynn

    When I woke up this morning
    I didn't feel nothing...

  • If I were for REAL

    by Kazeronnie Mak

    If the water can return, take me away please!
    If the water can take in, it will never grieve...