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Shashi
I am very much touched with this poem. It has expressed my condition truly.
Alexandre
What can I say, like all the other here, I know what you mean since I'm also living the same things. This poem is very good and really shows what going on in your heart . . .
d
This poem has so much intensity and emotion it brought a tear to my eye. I relate 100% with it, I love it. One of the best I have read.
Rachel
This is a beautiful poem - it perfectly describes how I'm feeling. Thank you
Amber
This poem describes perfectly what I am going thru right now. I am going to hang it on my wall so that maybe it makes me feel better every time I see it.
April
This hit home for me I loved it thank you for writing it.
Stacey
It is always amazing how the words of another can express the very way you are feeling. Strong, deep, and definitely to the point.

Sad Poems (76-100)

  • by Veronica Ann Cech
    Some people cry openly, and some hide their pain. Which are you? And Why?
  • by Twist
    We are all born with a fear of death. It is only later, as we grow older, that we learn there are greater things to fear.
  • by Kristie
    Unconditional love is rare. Truly loving another person means being supportive of them - even when their life is in turmoil.
  • by Alan Jacobs
    When we give gifts freely to others, it often seems that they aren't truly appreciative. Perhaps our giving is really equally as important to our own personal serenity.
  • by Chris Yandle
    This poem incorporates some wonderful imagery and explores the depths of the imagination...
  • by James W. Richardson
    This is a beautifully crafted poem, of a time long past. But not forgotten.
  • by Je ' Free
    A broken heart is a prison. But prisons are things from which we can still escape.
  • by Angell
    Patience is a virtue. Or is it?
  • by Amber Victoria
    Sometimes, children learn the wrong lessons from their parents.
  • by Nikki
    Understanding the past, and making sure others understand it, is the first step towards building a new future.
  • by Rima Darkstar
    Maybe we need a category for dark humor?
  • by Nitetiger
    Loneliness has absolutely nothing to do with other people.

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  • by J. Kaiser
    This poet set out on a journey of discovery. And found answers he didn't like.
  • by Anna Mckenzie
    This lovely poem is a courageous goodbye.
  • by Misty Rayne
    When it feels as if life is crushing you, sometimes your greatest desire is to simply be left alone.
  • by Misty Rayne
    This well-crafted poem explores feelings of loss, and the grief that will seemingly never end.
  • by Raven
    When really bad things happen to good people, a friend can make all the difference.
  • by Darcy
    You must love yourself before you can accept the love of others.
  • by Steven Solis
    Marriages end. Husband and Wife suffer and try to understand. But maybe it's the children who suffer the most, the children who can never quite understand.
  • by Voiller Luxom
    Saying goodbye to a friend isn't easy. And sometimes our good-byes, like our emotions, don't make perfect sense.
  • by Simon Agamemnon
    Circumstances of life sometimes force us to be away from those we love.
  • by Lisa Roberts
    There are many kinds of pain in Life, from child birth to death, but only one that can never be healed. Only obliterated…
  • by Lloyd Klumpp
    This is a very poignant poem exploring the pains and repercussions of infertility. And of guilt.
  • by Tina K
    This poem reminds me of a comedy skit, about our innate pursuit of "things" in Life. Except -- the truth revealed here isn't really very funny.
  • by Tina K
    This poem is deep and moving, not easily grasped on a first reading, and well worth your time and effort to understand. We all have regrets, and these are not uncommon ones…
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