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Poems About: SORROW

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

  • 61.
    Bury It

    My lover gave me sorrow
    A deep as drifting snow read more »

    Leria Hawkins
  • 62.
    A way to end

    These sorrows I had thought forgotten
    Now I feel my hope has rotten
    So shortly lived and quick to die
    Or perhaps it found its wings to fly read more »

    Robert Sierra
  • 63.
    What Makes Sunshine?

    fillled with love and tears
    happiness and sorrow
    makes the sunny sky read more »

    katie norton
  • 64.

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    lauren dawson
  • 65.
    The Morning Light Is Outside/ The Morning Sorrow Within

    The morning light is outside
    The morning sorrow within
    Which will overcome today
    I don't know read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 66.
    Sweet Sorrow

    O Darkness of mine,
    Why do they maltreat you?
    O Sorrow so kind,
    What is it you do? read more »

    Soren Valentine
  • 67.

    My sorrow scars left behind,
    I still feel my pain and agony,
    I still feel the blood that trickled down my arms,
    I still see the rage in the face of my own dad, read more »

    Victoria Black
  • 68.
    Emotions Walk

    Sorrow took the bus
    to town and met
    Happy at the square
    but Happy was too busy read more »

    Ludvig Von Himmelstein
  • 69.
    Drown my sorrows

    Drown me,
    Drown my depression,
    Drown my sorrows,
    All the things I have done hurts me inside, read more »

    Jennifer Rondeau
  • 70.

    Sorrow is a Serpent,
    It enwraps itself around me
    Snapping bones & crushing organs
    So asphyxiating... read more »

    Derek Germain
  • 71.
    Lemon Sorrow

    Have you ever tasted sorrow,
    I think it taste like lemons,
    If all feelings had a taste i think of lemons,
    They can be sour then can get sweet, read more »

    Samantha Guinen
  • 72.
    I Sowed for Sorrow

    In my inner grove, I sowed for sorrow.
    Oh, how it grew below my skies,
    such marvelous sight in my eyes.
    I lived for sorrow - read more »

    Jessel Jane Tevar
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