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Poem Details | by Elaine George |
Categories: death,

The One That Survived

She stands
In the graveyard
Where he sleeps forever
Beneath the heavy weight of all 
Her tears.
 ~~~

For:  Cinquain contest
Awarded:  First Place

Written:   Feb. 6, 2016


Poem Details | by Brenda Meier-Hans |
Categories: death, desire, emotions, feelings, i love you, longing, love,

Loves End


                              Grasping
              Every ounce of love you give me
                   Knowing it shall soon end
                          Shall it last me
                             No chance


Written by Brenda Meier-Hans
09.20.2014

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: death, for her, heartbreak, poetess, sad,

SHATTERED LIFE

Broken Wounds will not heal Surrounded by sadness Grief pours from every single line Constance Form used traditional Cinquain 2,4,6,8,2 syllables Contest: Fragment of Life Sponsor: Broken Wings 02~24~16

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: dark, death,

Dark

 
My tears, Full of sorrow, My destiny to weep; And yet, yet I find sweet beauty, In death. ____________________ June 4, 2015 Cinquain


Poem Details | by Janice Canerdy |
Categories: death, grief,

The One Who Survives

			

			       post-crash
			      four funerals
		   not my fault, mourners say
	           paralyzed by survivor's guilt
			       what now?


Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death, history, political

INTOLERANCE

Each shoe,
a life He knew,
buds of His olive tree-
next time perhaps,it could be you..
or me !



Inspired by Abe's photos

Poem Details | by harry horsman |
Categories: death,

Pact

The Pact!
True love intact
headstone unravels all,
their land infertile took them both.
Invoked.

© Harry J Horsman  2012

Poem Details | by rob carmack |
Categories: absence, death, dream, inspirational, missing you, soulmate, spiritual,

Missing and Knowing

Missing
Your hand in mine
My weary heart has swept
The wishes into dreams that kept
You here

Knowing
Fate can’t deny
What two souls take and bind
On the other side, I will find
You there

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Poem Written: 12.24.14
Traditional Cinquain
Contest: Your Favourite Old Poem #3
Sponsor: Shadow Hamilton

Poem Details | by Cynthia Ferguson |
Categories: depression, grief, lost,

Empty

Empty
silent darkness
Kiss’s you lightly
Emotionless moment to grieve
alone

Poem Details | by Darlene Gifford |
Categories: angel, death, heaven, son,

Final Flight

Last hug.

Torn from my arms,

you fly with the angels.

I see Heaven's gate opening-----

for you.

Poem Details | by KP Nunez |
Categories: autumn,

Witness To Grand Death

They fall gracefully; leaves die in their golden days. Awed, I watch terpsichoreans' Grand Death.
23 October 2015 Autumn Stroll Cinquain Form Contest Sponsor: Eve Roper

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: grief, longing, nostalgia,

Bittersweet Memories



Nostalgia Endearing, wistful Recalling, longing, reflecting, Remembering a cherished time Beloved Grief Sorrowful, tragic Mourning, desiring, paining Torpid from heart’s despair Loss for Dr. Ram's Cinquain Poetry Contest, 12/13/14

Poem Details | by Frank Polgar |
Categories: death, life, time,

Nightfall

Night falls,
Darkness prevails,
Summoning the reaper,
To collect the gruesome harvest,
Death holds.

Poem Details | by John Trainer |
Categories: death, deep,

Ebola - Cinquain

ebola condemned, invisible frightening, menacing, terrifying hope is seeing light in the darkness hemorrhage

Poem Details | by Bofeng Cheng |
Categories: sympathy, teen,

Homework

Hate it.
Why it exists,
Is beyond my belief.
Torturing and stressing us out,
Homework.

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: age, death,

The One Who Survives

                                          Siblings
                                      growing older
                                  one after the other
                            succumbing to final illness.
                                          Alone.


Feb. 6, 2016


Poem Details | by Ashraful Musaddeq |
Categories: death,

Cinquain on Run- Jump

Run— jump  
Settles— follows
Cob-Web theorem
Into the water of the bucket  
Finally

Poem Details | by Lewis Michael |
Categories: dark, death, emotions, hate, loss, murder, sad love,

Mutant

Mutant,
Hosted lament,
Growth yielded dying fiend,
Rancor malice abort bastard,
Hallowed.

Poem Details | by Megan L |
Categories: betrayal, cry, evil, funeral, hurt, loneliness, loss, sick, war,

Disagreements

Falling
Our hometown is
We don’t know what to do
Or how to feel about this all
Unsure

Sickness
That’s what came next
Real sickness from battle
Everyone was sick of all
Tired

Loud noises
That’s all we heard
Constant crashes and cracks
Dying eardrums, unhearable
Fighting

Painful
People are hurt
Nobody left unchanged
The hurt of this has changed all lives
Eternal

-Megan

Poem Details | by Caroline Cécile Delacroix |
Categories: angst, death, natural disasters, nature, sad

The Ugly Truth

Riches
Rampant beneath
The surface, a body
Dressed in curves, hard edges, and sea
Bounty.

Goodness
That is needed
By the masses, a gift,
Yet used for self gain carelessly 
A rift.

By those
Who pursue greed
Seeking gains and power
Without the checks and balance of
Nature.

We see
The ugly truth
Over the globe, high bill
Of disasters and waste so crude
Oil Spills.

By CarolineCécile
Copyright © 06.29.10

For the Team Poetry Soup contest.

Poem Details | by Anthony Lyrics |
Categories: angst, childhood, death, depression, life, sad, sympathy, teen,

Young Girls Pain

Love
Deceitful, wicked
Weeping, cringing, loathing
Things children shouldn’t feel
Hate
 
Intimacy
Repulsive, severe
Struggling, bleeding, collapsing
My pain continues unheard
Father
 
Hope
Abandoned, faulty
Hiding, listening, praying
Life is my suffering
Justice
 
Purpose
Forbidden, fruitless
Reeling, clutching, grinning
The agony has ended
Redemption

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Poem Details | by Sima Mittal |
Categories: sad, sorrow,

Grief

Sorrow
Bleeding tears
Weeping Daggered Wounds
Shattered, Heavy-Hearted , Dejected , Misery
Sadness

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: death, life,

The Quick Use Of A Fly Flap

The fly On a bowl's rim Fresh banana nut bread Aroma floats as a fly dies Sweet Death

Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: death

The Storm

The storm
howls across life
fears drip along my spine
remembering the day you blew
away


Cinquain traditional

Poem Details | by Marie Harrison |
Categories: animals, confusion, death, family, life, loss, sad

Cancer

Cancer
Body Danger
Killing Far Too Many
Silent Killer Of Families
Disease