Poems about Lost poems

Read poems about Lost from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about Lost by going to the submit poem page.

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Lost Worlds by Giorgos Seferis

How can you gather together the thousand fragments of each person? What's wrong with the rudder? The boat inscribes circles and there's not a single gull. The world sinks: hang on, it'll leave

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Lost by Jackie Kirby

In the heart wherelier's layIn the armsof despair Where alllost souls do goI linger thereMoon never shinesskies are blackAnd the sun is lost Where misery dwellsIs where you'll findmeWalki

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The Lost Muse by Gary Bryson

Aweigh now your anchors Set trim to your sails, For the voyage of your mind Will spin wondrous tales.It's a journey of hope, A destination of dreams, And the sea that we cross Is n

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. ( Lost ) by Bernice Rush

Another love lost, another love gone, just as the day done I know another love will come. But the love I lost I will never regain, Oh how could I Had been a fool. To think our love would endure so

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Lost And Given Over by Edwin James Brady

A Mermaid’s not a human thing, An’ courtin’ such is folly; Of flesh an’ blood I’d rather sing, What ain’t so melancholy. Oh, Berta! Loo! Jaunita! Sue! Here’s good lu

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Paradise Lost Book 5: An Epitome by Anthony Evan Hecht

Higgledy piggeldyArchangel Rafael,Speaking of Satan's re-Bellion from God:"Chap was decidedlyTurgiversational,Given to lewdness andRodomontade."Author: Anthony Evan Hecht

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Lost Mr. Blake by William Schwenck Gilbert

Mr. Blake was a regular out-and-out hardened sinner,Who was quite out of the pale of Christianity, so to speak,He was in the habit of smoking a long pipe and drinking a glass of grog on a Sunday af

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A Dialogue Betwixt Cordanus And Amoret, .. by Richard Lovelace

Cord. Distressed pilgrim, whose dark clouded eyes Speak thee a martyr to love's cruelties, Whither away?Amor. What pitying voice I hear, Calls b

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Lost In The Prairie by William Topaz McGonagall

In one of fhe States of America, some years ago,There suddenly came on a violent storm of snow,Which was nearly the death of a party of workmen,Who had finished their day's work - nine or ten of th

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Lost Freedom by Sylvia Chidi

For those who don’t already knowThis poem is not going to glow and flowIt lost its freedom years agoGuess who dictates how the current theme goesArise, Arise! Freedom is niceYet freedom itsel

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Lost Poets by Uriah Hamilton

Jack Kerouac wrote somewhereAmerica is a lonely crocashit.I scribbled it downAnd my ex-wife placed itIn Pablo Neruda’s bookTwenty Love Poems And A Song Of Despair.I found it years after she w

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The Lost Bells by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper

Year after year the artist wrought With earnest, loving care, The music flooding all his soul To pour upon the air. For this no metal was too rare, He counted not the cost; Nor deemed the years

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