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I miss you poems

Poem about Life | Free Verse Poem | I Miss You Poems


I feel so worried, as if I’m going to get sick,
If it was a trick, I would be delighted to wake up,
I don’t see you for a while, as if I am isolated,
As isolation will blow my mind away

Through the ice, I hear your voice,
As if it’s the only hope, that I can’t cope,
Your voice gets spotted, but still stuck in ice,
As your voice gets louder, I start to sink

They pull me down, while you try to pull up,
They won’t stop neither you,
Since you never showed up on the right spot,
I feel lonely as I miss you

I feel so sad that I only visited you for a day,
As gloom surrounds my wishes and dreams,
Without expressing or anyone knowing,
As I know, I miss you

I am stuck on an island missing you,
My feelings are being fearful,
As you are not around,
Please comeback, I miss you


i miss you poems    

poems about community

(By Sarah Shahzad, February 2020)

Source: poemtheart.com
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review 2016-01-19 15:54
A Life For Sale by S.M. Boyce
A Life For Sale: a short poem - S.M. Boyce

A Life for Sale, A Poem by S.M. Boyce is a poignant, haunting entry that could almost be written by any woman. I gave it five stars.


It's a brooding poem that left me sad. Here's a short stanza:


"Four sets of silver forks
used at dinners no one remembers
with old friends who have since passed on
and waiters who retired."


Link to purchase: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WFGUN2M

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review 2015-04-28 12:49
Review: A Life For Sale, by S.M. Boyce
A Life For Sale: a short poem - S.M. Boyce

Many know that I’m a big fan of S.M. Boyce’s work. She’s the author of The Grimoire Saga, and it’s become one of my favorite series. But that is prose writing, and A Life for Sale, this is poetry. Not everyone who can write beautiful and engaging prose can switch over to verse with ease, but that’s what Boyce seems to have done.


In her first published poem, Boyce doesn’t show the shaky hand of a first time poet. This poem surprised me with how well it conjured up images of each item “for sale”, along with the memories surrounding them. And the emotions written between the lines shown through expertly, but weren’t overbearing.


I’m not always good at putting my reaction to a poem into words, so I won’t try to elaborate much more. But between reading this poem and then listening to Boyce’s recording (it’s a bonus I wasn’t expecting) at the end of the book, I know A Life for Sale will be a poem I come back to time and time again. I also hope that we’ll see more poetry from Boyce. She’s showed me that she’s not only a master of prose, but can also stand side-by-side with many of my favorite poets.

Source: alifeamongthepages.wordpress.com/2015/04/28/nationalpoetrymonth-review-a-life-for-sale-by-thesmboyce
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review 2008-07-06 00:00
The Dust of Everyday Life: An Epic Poem of the Pacific Northwest - Jana Harris This was a very enjoyable way to learn a little of the history of pioneer life in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. It also tells a little about people in the Midwest before they pushed on along the Oregon Trail. The "poem" covers blocks of time from the mid-1850s through 1933. It follows several generations of families. Just plain everyday life for them is what we would today consider "hardship." These people endured one hardship after another: flood, fire, epidemic, drought, war, and freezing winters with no insulation. This is the first epic poem I've ever read on purpose. :) (Of course I had to read those musty old things from centuries ago in high school and college.)I'm very impressed with the skill of this poet in developing characters and telling a meaningful story using so few words.
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