Beauty In The Broken Poem by Martin Greyford

Beauty In The Broken

Rating: 4.3


I have seen darkness
The very darkness in the abyss
But this one is too cold.
Not cold as ice but the fog of the frost
I can't really see where I'm going
Even the cleared path where I'm coming from

Is still covered with the fog.

I've been rejected,
Given a cold shoulder by people,
Who should be helping me in life,
They dumped me on the streets
Because of their selfish motives and the love of money.
It has been a painful journey.

Even if I'm not yet out of that pain
I have found a better way
To make myself happy and enjoy life.
I have taught my mind and my heart
To find beauty in the broken
And live a happy life despite the hardships.

Friday, January 1, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: pain,lessons of life
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Dillip K Swain 01 January 2021

Even if I'm not yet out of that pain I have found a better way To make myself happy and enjoy life.......excellent. A beautiful poem.5 stars

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Martin Greyford 02 January 2021

thanks a lot sir for your comment and poetic support

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Sylvia Frances Chan 02 January 2021

You and your poem deserve full 5 Stars, dear Poet! Such a true Beauty in your poem. Whenever you know God, you surely need not suffer so much pain as cold as the fog in the frost of the abyss

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Chinedu Dike 03 April 2021

A poignant bit of verse nicely brought forth from the heart.

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Mashiur Rahman 08 January 2021

You wrote about despair. you may accept yourself as a friend.... beautiful expression..

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Ratnakar Mandlik 02 January 2021

Taking life in it's stride and moving on.

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Varsha M 02 January 2021

This is stupendously inspiring. Indeed i liked the mind training to find beauty in the broken even though it is tough. Full score. Into my favorites to keep me encouraging.thanls for sharing

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Martin Greyford 04 January 2021

oh my goodness! I wasn't expecting this thanks very much dear poet.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 02 January 2021

Beauty in the broken, how fascinating title. Cleverest choice! Best wishes from The Netherlaqnds, Sylvia FRances Chan Dutch Poetess

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Martin Greyford 04 January 2021

I'm really humbled Dear Poet Sylvia from Netherlands

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