Top 100 Poems About: DESPAIR
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13.You are My Teacher
If I should meet you
on the dusty road of life
Do not despair
for I am your teacher read more »Antoinette Kopperfield
to be in the unlit bedroom,
and watch the gleaming world outside,
is the closest one can get,
to understanding despair; read more »A.R. Brixton
15.Cycle Of My Emotions
Love leads to pain
Pain leads to hatred read more »Evy Moore
16.Gust of despair
A gust of despair
far from your sight deep inside me
where the days drown silently
and nights go by slowly read more »irum inayat
Despair and fear
Its all despair when noone hears
My soul is screaching read more »belvet trejo
18.Despair Comes Knocking
When despair comes knocking
There’s no one home
Gone out shopping
And not alone read more »Melanie Walendowsky Baker
I woke up this morning
scared and anxious.
I woke up with despair.
What ! A dangerous feeling. read more »Diane Jimenez
20.Trapped In Despair
I was placed in sadness
I was placed in darkness
I was placed in fear
Trapped in a place called despair read more »N.S. Colette
Life is light leads people to a new world
A world with two separate roads
Roads separated by happiness and pain in our world
A pattern between two roads read more »Lina Kim
What is the darkness inside you?
Does it rise like bile in the back of your throat?
Choke, Choke, Choke. read more »Amanda Bell
23.The Mystery's Of My Despair
In the depths of joy,
My heart is waking,
In the depths of sorrow,
My heart is breaking, read more »Sez Farr
24.Nothing Last Forever
Nothing last forever,
Forever I thought we would be together,
Together we were in love,
Love is what’s lost read more »Tabitha Lane
Pain and misery, despair and agony,
War is nothing but a sad tragedy.
For when all things have been said and done,
All that is left is emptiness. read more »Alice Lai
Deep inside the spectrum of
darkness, of bitterness and loneliness
Deep into the valley of love and despair
Hunting for things beyong my reach read more »Teresa Cooper
O'god I so despair
One year older read more »Keith Laidlow
28.A Broken Heart
The heart feels heavy and full of despair. It needs to be comforted after the pangs of unrequited passion. It needs to be consoled in its broken moment.
Once full of burning fire; full of raging flames, but now all that is left is a smouldering wreck. A heart that is full of sorrow; a heart that is lamenting. read more »Talmadge Rogalla
29.Laughing at Death
Death has no power over us now.
You were dead once,
And I was dying.
I could not breathe without you by my side. read more »K.M. Jones
8- letters, each filled with despair
3- words that will always be there
2- people who will share the same heart
1- meaning that will eventually fall apart read more »Brooke Maples
32.Angel of Love
This poem is about an angel bringing a message of love to someone in despair, to give comfort in the knowledge that no matter who or where we are, we are all loved in some way.
As you fall upon your bended knee
Hands clasped together you make your plea read more »James Horn
Go ahead and laugh in my despair.
When im sitting in the corner with a sad glare.
Nothing matters to my opinions.
The world is drowning me in their evil words and their dirty looks. read more »Rain ...........
Into nothingness read more »Cherry Lodato
35.Despair in Love, Love in Despair
Why do i find solace in my loneliness
But find sorrow with those wit whom i share the same blood
Why do i hide behind these fake smiles of happiness
When this sorrow and unrest washes over my soul like a flood read more »Harrison Fairchild
You my despair and my strength,
you took all the life I owned,
and because you demanded everything,
you gave back a thousandfold. read more »Karin Boye
between daylight and pain
between death and despair
there is no daylight there is only pain
death is the end for us all read more »samuel ward
38.The Sea Of Despair
To the wings of an angel
And the despair of the sea
This is the way we must all see read more »George Wisbey Broom
39.Instructions to a Painter
To imitate Nature's infinite hues,
Thy modest pigments needn't despair:
With well observèd Reds, Yellows, and Blues,
In triplets strung altogether, compare. read more »Stephen Chow
is feeling my despair.
Yet no residue, no trace is found,
of this person, ever understanding. read more »Laurence Yuen