Lost Love Poems

Lost Love Poems

by Tim Kavi

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Lost Love Poems by Tim Kavi

Lost Love Poems not only speaks to the sorrows and pains of loss, it also tells readers that if they have ever loved so deeply, they must possess a great capacity to love again.

Table of Contents


Absent Lover

Destiny's Collapse

Sometimes I Still Hear You

Leaving Your Arms

Lonely Roads

In Your Love is All Vanquishing

Fear Not, the Love of the Departed

In Loneliness

Living Breath of Love

Lost in Time

dreams of kisses

Dreams of Love

Love From the Brink of Before

Ghostly Love

Dew of the Morning

Goddess by the Sea

gentle waves

Woman Only Hidden From View

Dreamy World

Ode to Friends With A Broken Heart

To Love's Forlorn: All is Not Lost

About the Author

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044257658
Publisher: TiLu Press
Publication date: 01/17/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 69 KB

About the Author

Tim Kavi is a writer, poet, and teacher (when he's not doing his day jobs as a consultant, businessman, or therapist). His poetry is most well known for collections that emphasize the Goddess, the Divine Feminine, mysticism, and philosophical themes associated with freedom, dialogue, and dualism/monism. He has published three prior collections: Emerging Goddess (2011), Ascending Goddess (2012), and Lost Love Poems (2012). Forthcoming collections include Poems of Protest, Revealed Goddess, and City of Night-City of Light. Tim is published exclusively by TiLu Press.

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Lost Love Poems 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MaviMoore More than 1 year ago
absolutely heart wrenching.  Hopeful yes, but loss isn't easy and these poems don't pull any punches. However, there is a wonderful conclusion to this collection.  Kavi is more prose than any sort of meter, but you have to appreciate the romance, the glorification of love in and of itself, and the pathos of  tears 'glistening like diamonds' and falling into the snow.