Members Who Read Most Number Of Poems

Live Scores

Click here to see the rest of the list

Poems About: SORROW

In this page, poems on / about “sorrow” are listed.

  • 241.
    Sorrow's Twin

    I am sorrow's twin,
    No smiles here.
    I have forgotten the sound
    Of my own laughter... read more »

    Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  • 242.
    There Is A Poem Of Outrage And Sorrow


    There is a poem of outrage and sorrow I cannot write in a strong enough way-
    It concerns the injustice of allowing murderers to go free- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 243.

    As the falling rain,
    prepares the earth, for the future crops,
    Sorrows, showering on the heart
    prepare and mellow it, read more »

    Dr. Sandeep Kumar Kar
  • 244.
    My Worship Of Sorrow - Original By Rabindranath Tagore

    My worship of sorrow is not yet over;
    I shall lit up all the lamps of my sorrow
    At the end of the day for my last prayer. read more »

    Asif Andalib
  • 245.
    'Into Tomorrow'; Trayvon Martin

    'Into Tomorrow'
    For: Trayvon Martin
    By: Bobbie Williams read more »

    Demetrice Sykes
  • 246.
    The Moment of Rain

    'You drenched yourself in rain as though you were in pain,
    I could hear you crying in the sad music of rain;
    Was the sorrow too deep that you had to hide in vain,
    The tears under the shadow of the somber saddening rain? read more »

    M A Parry Eugene
  • 247.
    Sagacity of Sorrow

    Some cursed moments busy to narrow
    The pathway of mind, soul and feelings
    Enhance enigma of life; ultimately sorrow
    Are result of ambition for felicity. read more »

    Onon Sarker
  • 248.
    Oh, This Book

    Oh, This Book
    (Based on Dean Koontz 'book of counted sorrows')

    Oh, this book of counted sorrows, read more »

    Rik Bertrand
  • 249.
    Street of Sorrow

    It's time to wake up, stand up in any given city
    It seems the lights have all gone to bed
    and the rain pours hard into my mind
    and then it hits me read more »

    Barbara Vanier
  • 250.
    Rain, Rain

    Feels like this storm on top of head,
    isn't going away.
    Drowning in my pain and my sorrow,
    trying to put my head on top of it. read more »

    ashley McC
  • 251.

    Life has much to teach us in everyground,
    Whether it is barren or crowded around.
    There is danger at every step of our Life,
    We are joyous at one moment and sad at another moment, read more »

    Neetu Singh
  • 252.
    Sorrow’s Importunity

    When Sorrow first came wailing to my door,
    April rehearsed the madrigal of May;
    And, as I ne'er had seen her face before, read more »

    Alfred Austin
[Hata Bildir]