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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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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A Lost Prayer by Sandra Osborne

AgainI am hereamong these lonelytides of faithroaring loudlyin my ears.Lost voicesscreaming warningsin an antique tongue.Sounds like trumpetsand birds.Farther awaypeace is still alone,

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If Those I Loved Were Lost by Emily Dickinson

29If those I loved were lostThe Crier's voice would tell me—If those I loved were foundThe bells of Ghent would ring—Did those I loved reposeThe Daisy would impel me.Philip—when bewilde

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Wife A-Lost, The by William Barnes

Since I noo mwore do zee your fe{"a}ce, Up ste{"a}rs or down below, I'll zit me in the lwonesome ple{"a}ce, Where flat-bough'd beech do grow; Below the beeches' bough, my love,

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Who Never Lost, Are Unprepared by Emily Dickinson

73Who never lost, are unpreparedA Coronet to find!Who never thirstedFlagons, and Cooling Tamarind!Who never climbed the weary league—Can such a foot exploreThe purple territoriesOn Pizarro

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The Lost Pyx: A Mediaeval Legend by Thomas Hardy

Some say the spot is banned; that the pillar Cross-and-Hand    Attests to a deed of hell; But of else than of bale is the mystic tale    That ancient Vale-folk tell. Ere Cernel's Abbey ceas

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Good Guy Lost by Richard Stilwell

Embraced in the rythm of an eye closing hug, Standing on the front porch and the welcome rug, Is where I left you after a mine blowing night, Of discovery of laughter of doing what is right, But i

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Lost Anchors by Edwin Arlington Robinson

Like a dry fish flung inland far from shore, There lived a sailor, warped and ocean-browned, Who told of an old vessel, harbor-drowned, And out of mind a century before, Where divers, on descendin

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