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Poem Details | by Emily Kroeger |
Categories: confusionlove, i love you,

My Love, I love you but this is my Farewell.

I want to love you,

But how can I, when you... you treat me like this!?

No more! No more! No more! 

I loved you once and have for always.

But no more will I love you for who you have become, but for who you 

were. 

My love, I love you but this is my farewell.


Poem Details | by Mike Samford |
Categories: love, heart, heart, joy, love,

Sadness Farewell

Oh! Farewell sweet sadness, forever farewell.
We must part now that all my tears have dried.
All the pain of my past, no more to hide.
It is joy that causes my heart to swell.

Go, I set you free from this prison cell
To see you leave and not feel you’re cold 
arms around my chest; I release my hold
I speak of you no more, no more I tell

Oh! My sadness, you’re free; run from this hell
For I must stay and we must part, so go
For love has filled my heart to overflow
Around loves joy I know you can not dwell.

My odium lies with you memory
For love was come and brought her joy for me.



Poem Details | by Reason A. Poteet |
Categories: farewell, fishing, friend, sweet,

A Settled Sweetness in Love

  two septets with rhyme  

At last, my friend and I bear no shame.
We spent a year seeking a soul-mate.
His eyes obliged my life to claim,
yet he could not, he would not propose.

Our calm ship was headed aground
for months we kept it together -
an ocean of hope, my playground.


Fisherman's widow!  At long last
I reeled in and quit my fishing.
I found my reach exceeds my grasp.

Two smiling faces fade from sight, 
we travel on very different waves.
Feeling free, we are all alone tonight,
the settled sweetness of farewell.


inspired by a quote from Andrea del Sarto byRobert Browning, 
"Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp,"

Poem Details | by John Pen |
Categories: break up, cry, farewell, heartbroken, lost love, relationship, sad love,

I have got to go

For the piles of promises that were broken
And the avalanche of lies that were spoken

I have got to go, you know I've got to go

I have got to leave the lock of your arms
And escape from the spell of your charms

I have got to go, you know I've got to go

What we had was sweet while it lasted
But now it looks like our time was wasted

I have got to go, you know I've got to go


Poem Details | by millard lowe |
Categories: allegory, death of a friend, goodbye, grief, imagery, love, metaphor,

Farewell My Friend



In graveyard dreams
tombstones are etched 
with fading memories

Only plastic flowers
are forever—apart from
my undying love…

Farewell, mon amie...

Poem Details | by Tim Smith |
Categories: heartbreak,

Farewell My Love

Tears Roll Gently My heart cries As it dies once more My arms go limp as you break free Standing alone with memories and a broken heart I am lost, a pauper without a grave, doing time waiting for Him to call me home

Poem Details | by Wren Rushing |
Categories: death, farewell, love, relationship,

Together Again

There was an old couple whose love was strong, their life together was happy and long. But one day the wife sadly passed away and the old man was left alone to stay. One life carrying a torch for the two, until a lifetime on this earth was through. Joined once again in a heaven to share, he longed for the day to see her there. A single flame burning deep in the night, held in a little room hidden from sight. Nearly touching and yet so far apart, kept barely alive in one lonely heart. One faithful morning the old man was gone, now reunited and never alone. 11/23/18

Poem Details | by alex j stokas |
Categories: farewell, i love you,

memphis farewell


I remember you standing high above that big muddy river
The wind dancing with your soft white cotton dress
Revealing tanned straight legs standing on green summer grass
The golden sun dripped into your fiery hair as the shadows of 
Dusk silently approached
I watched you, a picture of innocence, of unreality 
As the evening grew long shadows you turned and smiled
It was the last time we were together


Poem Details | by Mark Hounsell |
Categories: farewell, love,

Tenderly

They lived a long time together.

They grew old together - they died.
Few to say “good-bye” - to see what they had become.

They drifted together in their own dreams
chasing their own stars
face to face with Angels.

Their together hearts filled with resplendent love
growing beyond the reach of others
who may have observed but they never understood.

Alone together -  only children and this song sings
that they were ever here.

Lovely she fell first, alone he died - together again.

Poem Details | by Lyric Man |
Categories: absence, break up, emotions, farewell, heartbroken, hope, lost love,

TOGETHER AT LAST

A thousand sunset nights
Dark shadows on the ground
Can't drown out the light
When you were around
Your voice from back then
Still whispers in my ear 
Girl, you in my sweatshirt 
The thought brings a tear
And though we're far away
In my heart you are here
I'm still praying for the day
That the sun will reappear
Something in this night sky
Tells me the storm will pass
Your almond eyes come home
Sweet girl, together at last

~Lyric Man

Note: This is a sad love write. A thousand nights can't heal the hurt or steal his hope. He can still see her as if those almond eyes had almost never left.

Poem Details | by PADMORE AGBEMABIESE |
Categories: forgiveness, inspirational, life, lost love, love, world, farewell, farewell, smile,

Will You Come to Say Goodbye

when the last breath of life
is gone and my lips are as cold as the dog’s nose
when my friends gather 'round
for the farewell party
will you return with a smile to say 
goodbye

there will be flowers from those
who cry when I'm gone
and lots of tears from those I left in the world alone 
and I know some will have fun at the farewell party
but will you return with a smile to say 
goodbye

don't be mad at me for wanting your goodbye
and dying for the smile we shared 
this you need to know as true
when my life in this unfaithful world is through
I'll go away loving you still


Poem Details | by Deb Wilson |
Categories: farewell, lost love, me, me,

Heartstorm

I came to you in a summer storm last night.
The crisp wind blew and I was left behind.
Your body welcomed me but not your mind.
I gazed upon your face and found no light.

It's dangerous to love a soul too much.
When all you take away with you is pain.
Feels as though there's nothing left to gain.
All that's left to you is bitter touch.

The night is bracing for some starry skies.
And I am looking for a vague relief.
You stole my heart then ran off like a thief.
Like they were good for me I ate your lies.

Now circumstance has sent me out to sea.
You're bound to wish me far away from shore.
I am adrift out here without an oar.
But I will sail away and set you free.

Poem Details | by moha lakers |
Categories: allah, angel, farewell, i love you, poems,

LETTER TO MY LOVED ONES

Remember me when you hear the wind blow.
I am with God, I need you to know.
He called my name, and I went to see
If the voice I heard was speaking to me.
He took my hand, we walked along
The road to heaven, where I belong.
The angles sang so sweet and clear. 
They sang of love and that Jesus is near.
I felt his touch, I saw his face,
I knew in an instant I was in his grace.
He spoke to me, I heard him say,
You are home now child, you have found your way.
So remember me when you hear the wind blow.
I am home now with God, I need you to know.

Poem Details | by Pariah Love |
Categories: desire, farewell, heartbreak, hurt, romance, sad love, youth,

Transient

Sonnet: Transient

Of all my almost-loves and far-too-soons,
Hers brought a heat most akin to summer’s sun.
I ill-assumed, one night in joyful June,
A pair so young may ever-laugh in unison.
That season we peeled the rind of unripe love,
No heed paid the holocaust by autumn,
Till it was warmth we lay in bed bereft of,
When roses dead had warned our winter’d come.
Such loves birth as flood then burn to vapor,
From eyes a pain downpours, torrential rain;
Hence I plan to leave next summer’s savior,
Before lips aflame douse to kiss in vain.
     She’ll think me true and bare me her nude heart,
     As I don armor then from her depart.

Poem Details | by Marissa Faries |
Categories: death, farewell, good night, lost love, sad, sad love, spiritual,

A Kiss Goodnight, Soon To Be A Kiss Goodbye

I'll kiss you as you sleep,
But secretly I shall also weep,
For it seems you are now away from me,
Wandering about with my parallel self,
In the sweet world of dreams.

I'll kiss you as you die,
But secretly, away from others, I shall also cry,
For then it would seem you are going away from me,
Wandering about with the Lord for all eternity,
In the sweet world of higher being.

Poem Details | by Rhoda Tripp |
Categories: absence, dark, emotions, farewell, goodbye, lost love, time,

Man on the Sidewalk

To: the “Timeless” One Like parallel lines that don’t intersect Like strangers in subways that never connect Like messages in bottles that never reach shore Like a drained stream, I don’t try any more. Because You’re like a stormy cloud that dampened my light Like a blank stare in the dead of the night Like a worn out movie that’s stuck on rewind You’re that man on the sidewalk, ten steps behind. Love, The Hourglass

Poem Details | by jacob Rusch |
Categories: animals, family, life, loss, love, mother, nature,

Farewell


A yearling asleep 
When its mother arrived
She knew it was time
A green meadow, the best place
It was time to say farewell to her fawn
For he was a young growing buck
She wished him good luck

He would miss being 
A small spotted fawn
Who
Waits patiently for mother
While gnawing the grass
Oh, he would dearly 
Miss those wonderfully
Glorious days

Poem Details | by fauxcroft wade |
Categories: farewell, future, leaving, lost love, relationship,

Divergence of paths

You could have ripped out my eyes

You could have plucked at my heart strings

I’d have let you do all these things

Because you were worthy

You were my Queen

You were my ally

We were coalescing

Until our paths diverted

Down different routes

But I just want to say

I still think about you

No hard feelings

And no regrets

I wish you all my love

I wish you all the best

I don’t ever think ill find

Anyone like you

But I keep an open mind

And open eyes as well

Because what the future holds

We can never tell

But I wish you well

And I hope you find

Just what you’re looking for.

Poem Details | by Jerry Hackett |
Categories: farewell, lost love,

Ellen's Raft

Ellen's Raft

We sit above the darkened sea
A bench, my thoughts, and lonely me
Black waves rise igniting fear
And crash against my concrete pier

The mindful storm tears at me
No moon, no stars, just my sea
White caps pushed to meet the sky
Higher and higher the waves try 

Rescue her from that storm 
Deliver her dry and warm

Poem Details | by Connie Marcum Wong |
Categories: devotion, dog, farewell, love,

Dakota Contest

Dakota Contest

I was alone until I brought you home,
Just a pup who loved to chew on my shoes.
You've given me the sweetest love I've known.
Blue husky eyes keep vigil when I snooze,
Your gay devotion keeps me from the blues.

The years have passed too quickly, now you're old.
Right by my side you've stayed until the end.
Your worth in weight, much more than solid gold,
I could not let you suffer, my best friend.
Only time will help my broken heart mend.

8-22-19

English Quintain
Deadline: Friday, August 23, 2019 
29 poems of the maximum 35 

Poem Details | by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: autumn, farewell, lost love,

Fallen

The winds have shifted; the sky has turned dark
   The leaves have all fallen, their branches now stark

Tidy lawns reveal bare spots, withered grass all around
   Dawn's of chirping bereft; geese stream out of town

So too our love, once so warm, invaded by the chill
   Of Autumn's grim march, over meadow and hill

Poem Details | by wayne tolbert |
Categories: dark, farewell, loss, love hurts,

the negative

the negative

she looked at old photographs
back when they were made alive from film

with unaltered colors and locked in time

and memories of days when she was with him


then she saw a negative
and remembered the cold cement on that day         
  
she had wiped a tear from her eye just outside the door

and wondered why she had ever stayed


life was different before the digital age
with black and white photos and negatives that never lied

a hard cement porch and a cold, locked door behind her

those were real tears from a real heart she cried

Poem Details | by Al Parry |
Categories: anniversary, baby, baptism, beauty, bereavement, best friend, birthday, boyfriend, bridal shower, brother, caregiving, celebration, child, childhood, farewell, feelings, first love, children, for him, kids, freedom, friendship, funeral, girlfriend, giving, goodbye, graduation, grandchild, granddaughter, grandmother, grandparents, grandson, happiness, happy, health, heartbroken, hope, identity, inspiration, jesus,

Hugs

Teenage Girls clad in the latest fashions,
Do it whenever they meet,
Grown men aren't afraid to show some passion,
When their team's comeback is complete,
They can say hello, they can say goodbye,
And anything inbetween,
If you open your arms and crack a smile,
There is nothing that a hug cannot mean.

Poem Details | by Luann Pfost |
Categories: bereavement, dog, grief, loss, love,

farewell to my dog

silence when i open the door
silence when i close it again
no one to make a noisy fuss
no one to welcome me in
no one barks at the mailman
no one brings the little ball
no one chomps the squeaky toy 
but love still comes to memories call

Poem Details | by rachel blake |
Categories: absence, addiction, america, anniversary, beautiful, best friend, body, boyfriend, career, change, clothes, desire, emotions, farewell, feelings, first love, for him, future, goodbye, growing up, heart, how i feel, i love you, longing, me, miss you, nostalgia, poems, romance, sad love, simple, soldier,

The First Goodbye

laying in your bed
watching you
get dressed
the permanent ring in the
back pocket
of your blue jeans
i’m missing you already