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Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: cheer up, friend, friendship,

- Sympathy -

With Broken Wings ~ angels can not fly free
Dont ask how seriously
Always support a friend
Kimo : 10-7-6
A-L Andresen :)

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: grief,

Captcha WDM

When I go to see you I walk with tears,
Down a long road to your tomb.

          Mom, I whisper, weeping . . . 

April 11, 2015


For the contest, Captcha, sponsor, Judy Konos

First Place


Poem Details | by Sunshine Smile |
Categories: angst, cancer, death,

- Kimo Therapy -

                 She has breast cancer, malignant tumor
                 Time passes, a waiting game
                 Routine mammography

                       A filter of frustration and sadness
                       Death can not be overcome
                       Grief is the price of love

                 The moment of freedom, the mask falls off
                 Show yourself as a true friend
                 "We'll do this together"

Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Marie Harrison |
Categories: death, devotion, love, passion, romance

I Cried

I Cried

We danced and kissed under the stars all night
When we parted ways I cried
Our last kiss on this earth

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: bereavement, life,


Her husband passed away so suddenly she pastes a smile on her face ... heartache is kept inside Three young children miss their daddy so much, she tries to make fun filled days ... life just has to go on When she is all alone in the evening she sobs into her pillow, and cries herself to sleep Pick A Title, Vol 11 – Kimo (3 Stanzas) - Poetry Contest 4. Undercurrent of Melancholy Sponsored by Edward Ibeh 10,7,6 checked with how many syllables 11/7/19

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: father, grief,

My Broken Heart

Father does not see my mournful sad tears, that fall on his mossy stone, Or that my heart still bleeds . . . _____________________ June 4, 2014 Poetry/Kimo/My Broken Heart Copyright Protected, ID 14- 571-987-0. All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: death, autumn,

Among the Fallen Leaves of Rust

Wind sings a dirge where leaves have turned to rust. In the autumn of his life my dear friend has left me. As I release his ashes to the wind, they scatter like dust among the fallen leaves of rust.
For the Contest of Rick Parise: "Rust"

Poem Details | by Natalie The Rogue Rhymer |
Categories: depression,

Morning Grief

Each night he is stout, imperishable	
Conviction built of granite
When he awakes… sheer gloom

Poem Details | by Constance La France |
Categories: father, grief,

on a mossy stone

. . . father does not see my mournful sad tears, that fall on a mossy stone; oh my broken heart bleeds . . . ____________________________ March 1, 2015 (rewrite from 2014) Kimo Submitted to the contest, Any Poem #31, sponsor, A Poet Destroyer 8th Place

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: death, winter,


Colder and lonelier than a bare tree
lashed by the February's wind,
the vagabond cries out.

Poem Details | by Elaine George |
Categories: faith

Until Death do Us Part - A Kimo

The road to happiness is full of ruts 
But together step-by-step 
With love,  we’ll pave the way

For:  Dr. Ram’s Contest:  Marriage

Poem Details | by Aiyah Torres |
Categories: abuse, children, death,


            pornographic websites invade one's mind,
                              bulletin highly arise
                         a child was raped last night.   

Poem Details | by Christopher Bunton |
Categories: death,

Departing Soul

The sweet, sweet smell of a departing soul.

Your face blurring with my tears,

as your warm hand grows cold.

The sound of children weeping breaks the heart,

with tears flowing down their cheeks,

salty kisses to part.

For the "Senses"  contest.

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: death, remember,

Keepsake Love Token

she took her last farewell, laid a token;
"With God All Things Possible" 
braille fingers pour over


Poetry Contest: Form K - Kimo
Sponsored by: Broken Wings  

Syllables checked with how many syllables

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: death,

Final Comfort

cradling her boy's bruised limp body - she croons

his favorite lullaby

for the very last time

Jan. 14, 2021
For Line Gauthier's 20-Word Max - Do It With Feeling Poetry Contest

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: death, dog,


Saddened by the loss of my sister’s dog who won everyone’s heart.


On a day not quite warm, he shuts his eyes.
Tears release. Life moves too fast.
Shih Tzu with wings takes flight

Kim Rodrigues © 2017

Poem Details | by Edward Ibeh |
Categories: animal, emotions, grief, loss, pain, simile,

Pain of Loss

In hibernation, like a polar bear
After the searing pain dulls
Bearable, day by day

Writing Challenge 4, March 2019- Kimo- Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Dear Heart (Winner: 5th Place)
Date written and posted: 03/20/2019

Poem Details | by Roy Pett |
Categories: brother, death, father, little sister, me, mother,

Kimo therapy

Dear brother your sorrow is my sorrow,
but at this time we need strength 
allow others to grieve,

Dear sister my pain like yours is severe,
our loss can not be ignored 
your sadness will be shared,

Dear mother life’s landed a cruel blow,
Dads love is instilled in us
his love is eternal.

Kimo therapy contest
Sponsored by Carol Connell.

Poem Details | by Brian Strand |
Categories: death, life,

A KIMO FOR YOU ten seven six

In a twinkle

on fresh earth the asphotel lily lies

a bay leaf crumbles and dies

we each change but in death

Poem Details | by mohammad heidari |
Categories: grief, voyage,


Time flies, we stay
Biding sorrow, grief,
What remains:
No do. No go.

Poem Details | by Jo Daniel |
Categories: death, war,

Where's My Keepsake

WHERE'S MY KEEPSAKE? Nothing can we take with us when we die, No, not a coin or keepsake ~ What are we fighting for? 04/06/17
{Note: The 'fight' here refers to the unnecessary tussle over 'property'}

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: grief, sad,


in stark contrast to pastoral silence-
prolonged convulsive sobbing
of a distraught widow
- - - - - - - - - - - - - - Contest: Writing Challenge 4 Placed 3rd Sponsor: Dear Heart © 20th March 2019

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: death, life,

Death in the fog

The wealthy woman walked across the yard Whilst the ground was still wet, moist Grounds was covered in fog She shivered due to the frigid air there The grey backyard was scary With the raven flying Dressed in all black she looks for her true love Not knowing death’s befallen Her eyes flutter around Still to this day you can hear the ruffles Of the shifting of her clothes Whenever there is fog Raven still flies at night looking for death Not that of her true loves plight But of her own demise
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: death, life, sad,


I gave timeless orchids for her birthday
She smiled and gave me a kiss
I’ll treasure that moment
For all time, always
For she died the next day
I’ll miss her there with me
Holding my heart with her warm tender hands

Russell Sivey

Modified Kimo 10/7/6/5/6/7/10

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: death, loss,

Once I Was

Darkening clouds approach, pending consume
Existing days appear less
I'm outside, once inside