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Poems about Lost Friends

Poems about Lost Friends

Like any other kind of love, friendship can be lost within our lives due to neglect or anger or, sometimes, simply circumstances. However it is lost, we often lose a part of ourselves that can never quite be recovered.

Poems about Lost Friends (1-19)

  • by Nikki
    When friendship and love collide, both can suffer.
  • by Artur Hawkwing
    When Forever is just a word, without meaning, the pain lasts nearly that long.
  • by Johnny
    Just because friendship fades, it doesn't mean the love dies. Sometimes, it simply waits.
  • by Zac
    Friendship can last forever. Even when it doesn't.
  • by Jeanelle
    Some people have the power to change our lives - even after they're no longer a part of it.
  • by Brande
    Some truths we learn too late. But better that than to never learn at all.
  • by Dan McDonald
    Perhaps the one thing worse than being hurt is knowing we've hurt another.
  • by Athena
    When friendship fills a void, the loss of friendship can but leave us empty.
  • by Rosebud
    Saying goodbye to someone you once considered a friend isn't easy.
  • by Jill Leenderts
    Friendship and romantic love are exclusionary. Unless we make them so…
  • by H. Barnes
    Friendships change. But that doesn't always mean they end.
  • by Jasmine Johnston
    Losing a best friend is hard. Especially when you know it's your fault.

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Poems about Lost Friends continued

  • by Judy Burnette
    When friendship end, sometimes it doesn't really end.
  • by Steven Solis
    Love can sometimes bring the loss of friendship as our lives change and we drift from those we knew. To be replaced by a new friend, the one we love. But that, too, can be lost…
  • by Amanda Jenkins
    As young children, we first learn the meaning of friendship. And, as children, we first learn the meaning of loss.
  • by Lauriel Mariondatter
    This lovely poem is about friends who have drifted from those things that once bound them together. And, perhaps, it's about mending that rift…
  • by Angell
    Losing a best friend to the inevitable circumstances of life is a painful memory, but one accompanied by good memories and future hope.
  • by Valerie
    Confusion. Pain. Unanswered questions. These are only some of what we face when a friend turns their back on us…
  • by Tara Simms
    Friendship is a very special thing, fragile at times, easily broken, and not so easy to mend.

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