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This poem is the best that I have read so far. I have been looking for poems that I can relate to. and this is the one! Thank You!
Your poem hit me like a brick. I wonder about those exact questions. I miss My ex boyfriend sooo much, but why? Why do I love him so? He hurt me, so why do I still care? I needed help and you gave it to me. Thank you.
Thanks so much for writing this poem it really expresses what a person does when they fall in love.
WOW! This might be the best poem I've read in a while. I mean. I couldn't love this poem anymore if I tried. Good job!
There are times when you think that you have found the right one for you but unfortunately you found out that you dont share the same feelings. It hurts and no matter how you want to fight for it, its useless and there's no better way but to let go.
I loved this poem I know exactly what you mean I'm going through the same type of loss.
This poem hit me in the right spot. It totally describes what I've been going through.

Sad Poems (101-119)

  • by Loved and Lost
    This is a heartfelt poem, by a young poet struggling to survive the mistakes she's made. It will make you cry in sorrow, and grit your teeth in anger. But most of all, it will make you think…
  • by Kristi Maxim
    Friendship brings us great joys, but in bad times it can also bring us great fear and pain.
  • by White Rayven
    This poem is about a longing for love. But, in its simplicity, there is a much deeper, sadder meaning…
  • by Ruqaiya Curmally
    This lyrical poems uses intense imagery to explore -- and perhaps excommunicate -- sad and painful memories.
  • by The Kat
    When Life piles one pain atop another pain, when there seems to be no end to our turmoil and troubles, it is only natural to ask - Why?
  • by Mrs. Poetry
    This poem is about an all too common quest - and the pain of finding no answer.
  • by Ann Canonico
    We are seldom hurt by a stranger, but rather by those we love. For only they have the weapons that bring real pain.
  • by Jennifer L.
    One of the stages of loss, one we all seem to face, is anger…
  • by Jennifer L.
    There are many feelings, many stages we go through, when experiencing loss. This is one of them…
  • by Jennifer L.
    As we work our way through the feelings of loss, one common step along the way is denial and retreat…
  • by Philip Zemler
    This poem describes flights of fantasy that, perhaps, are all to real for many of us.
  • by Lance Hodges
    Poets have an inherent advantage over many; when Life seems too much to bear, they always have at least one outlet.

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  • by Shawn Pearson
    Failure is as much a part of life as success (more so, some would say). But we need not face it alone.
  • by }X{Angel}X{
    Fantasy, at times, in little more than a metaphor for reality. You just might recognize this "mermaid" as someone you know.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Love can be many things. Even an addiction…
  • by Brier
    This poignant poem warns of hidden dangers, when we allow ourselves to be held captive by the one person we can never escape.
  • by Jeremy Redinger
    Every day, in every life, we cry out for an end to loneliness. Some are simply more aware of that cry.
  • by Katey Shines
    Some times a picture really is worth a thousand words . . .
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    This poem is an effort to express in few words, but a powerful picture, the aftermath of the loss of my little girl, Sheena Rose.
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