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Poems About: SORROW

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  • 217.
    waiting for sorrow`s reply

    Time invited sorrow........

    Oh! no one in the world welcomes you
    You dissolve them slowly and muddle them read more »

    swagathnath rajeswari
  • 218.

    Sorrow in are eyes.
    Sorrow in the skies.
    Sorrow in are hearts.
    Sorrow, as it starts. read more »

    Chase Sharp
  • 219.
    Half a Poem

    I laughed. The other option was to cry,
    But she was looking so I had to laugh
    Or show myself as weak - I cried inside,
    Where only I could see my many tears read more »

    Leslie Alexis
  • 220.
    Sonnet: Sorrows Purify Our Soul

    When sorrows visit in quick succession,
    And there’s no time to reason out or cry:
    When mind and soul are in eclipsed session,
    From the very beginning, then tears dry. read more »

    Dr John Celes
  • 221.
    when it rains it pours all over them

    -awww, hell
    I said to the disconsolate creature walking beside me
    through the park. read more »

    Jackson Riley
  • 222.
    Sorrow D'Crees

    Sorrow D'Crees
    By: Adam M. Snow

    The night will be torn in twos, read more »

    Adam M. Snow
  • 223.
    Sadness and Sorrow

    Depression, Sadness, Tear shed
    Sorrow and neglect
    Not A Friend in the world
    Nothing but art is All I have read more »

    Ashleigh Leona Mellon
  • 224.
    Sympathy to a Friend

    God hears our prayers,
    Even when we can't
    Find words to say them.
    May it comfort your heart read more »

    Natasha Caroline Norville
  • 225.

    In the midst of raging deluge of desires
    who sits cozy by the fireside
    within the sanctum of his/her heart
    to the fiercest storms they stand steadfast read more »

    Dr. Madan Gandhi
  • 226.
    Nine Months

    Nine months of nourish from Mothers Womb
    That place of echo warmth
    We cling to life through another
    A place where fear is not yet born read more »

    David Burton Richardson
  • 227.
    This is why

    Living with my sorrow,
    living with my happiness,
    living with my tears,
    living with my laughter. read more »

    Rebecca Adams
  • 228.
    Nowhere To Hide

    You might not understand the way I write because I write for me
    This is my selfish exploit, my medicine, for the acid-
    This is how I choose to drown my sorrows, I hid them, quid
    In a sea of deeper sorrow, that goes deeper still... can't you see read more »

    David Knox
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