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

  • 313.
    Lament of the Frontier Guard

    By the North Gate, the wind blows full of sand,
    Lonely from the beginning of time until now!
    Trees rail, the grass goes yellow with autumn. read more »

  • 314.
    Lament of the Frontier Guard

    By the North Gate, the wind blows full of sand,
    Lonely from the beginning of time until now!
    Trees fall, the grass goes yellow with autumn.
    I climb the towers and towers read more »

  • 315.
    As we bask in sorrow

    While recently having a conversation with a friend, we discussed 'basking in sorrow, ' which by definition, is an oxymoron.. bask meaning to take great pleasure or satisfaction; and sorrow meaning loss or despair.
    It is possible to bask in sorrow. While for one reason or another, sadness consumes you, at the same time you could be quite happy. For example; I am naturally a happy person. Therefor while I may feel constant sadness about a certain situation, I may still be basking; or somewhat happy. (smiling, laughing, having a good time)
    Many people have a sadness inside them that is hidden, or in the back of their mind at all times. These people are probably happy, can have fun, and seem to be in good cheer, while the sadness is still there, in their minds or hearts. read more »

  • 316.
    My Sorrow

    My Sorrow

    This sorrow, blind's me, hurt me.
    When I rain fall I watch while it dropp to the ground, and wishing this pain go away. read more »

  • 317.

    The happiness was always coupled with sorrow.
    And yet the sorrow was gentle and quiet.
    No matter the day, the hour, the yesterday, the today or tomorrow. read more »

  • 318.
    (Getting) Sorrows

    And even now you're who I will miss
    Guess you are why I don't face any bliss
    Guess it's brilliant
    How fell for you before I'd hit that sack read more »

  • 319.
    Shipmate Sorrow

    I was shipmates with Sorrow in a day gone by;
    We shared the wheel and look-out, old Sorrow and I:
    Good times and bad times, foul weather and fair, read more »

  • 320.
    The Greatest Plague

    Hate consumes the people of the world like a
    plague that kills. Turn to hate we do in times
    where things are wrong in thine eyes. Try to
    justify it by calling it what you like but in read more »

  • 321.
    A Song Of Joy And Sorrow

    The literary critics tend to ignore me and my verses they don't even rate
    I'm seen as lacking in inspiration without the genius to create
    What one would call something of literary value something that would live on in time
    I am one of the last poetasters to dabble in old fashioned rhyme. read more »

  • 322.
    Chain Of Pearls

    Mother, I shall weave a chain of pearls for thy neck
    with my tears of sorrow.

    The stars have wrought their anklets of light to deck thy feet, read more »

  • 323.
    Light Of Love

    Joy stayed with me a night --
    Young and free and fair --
    And in the morning light
    He left me there. read more »

  • 324.
    To One Dead

    A blackbird singing
    On a moss-upholstered stone,
    Bluebells swinging,
    Shadows wildly blown, read more »

New Sorrow Poems

  1. Whiskey, Pradip Chattopadhyay
  2. Sorrow, Michael McParland
  3. Tears, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  4. It Is For Man's Cruelty, gajanan mishra
  5. Little Bird, Adam M. Snow
  6. Sorrow Everywhere, Melikhaya Zagagana
  7. Life and Art, Srinivas Krishna
  8. On Keats Sorrow, Laxman Rao
  9. A Region Unknown to Man, Richard Allen Beevor
  10. Stone-Cold Heart, Doris Cornago
  11. My Very Own Private Summer, Dónall Dempsey
  12. Castle In The Sand, Jim Yerman
  13. Love & Sorrow, Jessica Rodriquez
  14. Nine Months, David Burton Richardson
  15. Graceful Sorrow, V P Mahur
  16. I and You Were Both Together Saved, Mark Heathcote
  17. Zephyr, Lynn Anne Brown
  18. THE SORROW LESS SHORE, Dr. Madan Gandhi
  20. Fate, Shameca Biggs
  21. Joining With Sorrow, RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  22. The Senses of Sorrow, Maureen Carey
  23. Bury It, Leria Hawkins
  24. Sympathy to a Friend, Natasha Caroline Norville
  25. Chasing Sorrows, ramesh rai
  26. Sugar in a Tea Bag, Moses Samandar
  27. The Secret Sorrows of Those Who Do Not S.., Tim Vallie
  28. Disappear, Cryssi Lawliet
  29. Let Her Stay, Cryssi Lawliet
  30. Black Day, Jackson Olagunju
  31. Sadness and Sorrow, Ashleigh Leona Mellon
  32. An Ode on Sorrow, Ayesha Jabbar
  33. Sorrow, where are you?, Abdul Wahab
  34. Reflections, Susan Lacovara
  35. Haiku Zephyr, Jonathan ROBIN
  36. Sonnet no.2, Kevin Wyndham Heard
  37. Eid is tomorrow but I am in sorrow, Sheikh Ahmed Tijan Bah
  38. Walk With Me [Villanelle], David Munene wa Kimberly
  39. She, Emeyazia Iwe Chukwudi
  40. Great Our Sorrow, Heather burns
  41. David Bowie, george albot
  42. From the Distance, Geirja Lulu
  43. Valley of death, julius lenjatin
  44. Tune Out From Time after Francis Thompso.., Jonathan ROBIN
  45. Tears of rivers, ramesh rai
  46. Knowing Silence, Philo Yan
  47. Sorrow, chalsey wilder
  48. Sorrow so sweet, Angelique Hell
  49. Sorrow, suvashis biswas
  50. VERLAINE, Demet oger
  51. Old Coins, Forrest Hainline
  52. TIME IS FAST, David Burton Richardson
  53. Song Of Tears, chandana Agni Guri
  54. Sad and Sorrow, orlando porter
  55. Down there, michael oliver
  56. life is like a stage, olaitan tunde
  57. Of Sorrow and Tears, indira babbellapati
  58. Sorrows, Bob Gotti
  59. Life, Abie Arun
  60. The Ballad of Mr.Sorrow & Ms.Joy, Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo
  61. it is......, RIC S. BASTASA
  62. Nowhere To Hide, David Knox
  63. Contemplation of Sorrow, Faustina Marie
  64. Sad eyes (Angel incarnate), Jenna Camilla
  65. Sisters, Joy And Sorrow, MacGregor Tagliaferro
  66. This is why, Rebecca Adams
  67. Eid brings sorrow for me, Asif Andalib
  68. Monster, Melinda Engelbrecht
  69. O the stormy night, Asif Andalib
  70. B: XVI: Fear In Sorrow, douglas scotney
  71. Mahabharata, Book XI - Kuru Women Visit .., Veda Vyasa
  72. Sorrow, Natasa Tocuc
  73. sorrow, Hakima Smaili
  74. Tomorrow, OneLine Poet
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