saddest poems featuring leaving

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originalmccafe
originalmccafebecause i need more expression
Until I See You Again gone stories

Until I See You Again

i let her get away.

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died_and_died
died_and_diedContemplative poetry from a nobody.
Departure of Sentiment leave stories

Departure of Sentiment

When meaningful things lose their meaning, we do not leave them. They leave us. Sometimes they leave us with clamour and ceremony. Other times they simply go. This poem is about the latter.

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lost
lostBronze CommaI'm still here
And Suddenly It Changed loved stories

And Suddenly It Changed

You were here for so long. One day I blink, and you’re just gone. How unreal.

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foreverwriting
foreverwriting22 | Berlin, Germany | Overthinker | 🐱

The chaos inside brokenheart stories

The chaos inside

You left. Why?

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lonelygirl
lonelygirlGifted Writerjust a gal writing what she can
You left before I said 
"I love you" art stories

You left before I said "I love you"

The heartache of hanging onto your emotions as people choose to walk out of your life.

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lost
lostBronze CommaI'm still here
The Box leave stories

The Box

A description of anxiety. I understand not everyone faces anxiety the same way. This is merely a description of my own anxiety,

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cjhale
cjhaleBronze CommaArtist & muscian Charlotte Hale.
Lie to me. sad stories

Lie to me.

Leaving

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carolineprancke
carolinepranckeBronze Commalet's try being reborn again
Twist the Loose Ends sad stories

Twist the Loose Ends

for the people who leave and the ones who knew it all along hold each other in your hearts and together you will move on (for my teacher and the woman she will get to be)

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