Poems About: SAD
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
I am a girl that’s sad
I wonder if people understand me.
I hear people talking about me
I hear my people dying. read more »carlisa smith
326.The Sad Cafe
You sit inside the Sad Cafe,
eyes tinged crimson red.
A shattered fearful heart today,
every dream has fled. read more »Sara Stowell
between two poles:
a sad pole,
a mirthful pole read more »Michael Witkowski
So sad to think we hurt each other;
so sad to think we fight so often…..
So sad to think trust seem not around...
will we survive tomorrow when we don't have harmonious relationship? read more »aishon azolnam
329.Sad But Not Bad
Sad But Not Bad
I am always sad now
when I think of ewe,
please do not fail read more »Charles Hice
330.Sad to say goodbye
Ever since the moment we’ve been together,
I’d promise to my self I would love you forever…
We’ll share our pains and laughter,
And we’ll live together ever after… read more »bluebabe 8786
331.do not wear a sad face
i know sometimes
just like the seasons: this winter and summer
and spring and fall,
we change, we are governed by the laws of change read more »RIC S. BASTASA
332.(L) lost souls...
Sad angry eyes tearing at my throat.
staring deep into my minds recesses....
retreat in pain...
do you see what i see? read more »crybaby clark
333.No Not Everything In Life Does Go To Plan
No not every thing in life does go to plan
And to other women many lose their man
And we hear of marriage breakups every day
But nothing lasts for forever so they say. read more »Francis Duggan
334.Sad And Lonely
I'm sad and crying
Tears Fall from my eye
I feel as though I may die read more »Johnny Smith
335.Prince Can You Tell Me Why You Have Been So Sad? My heart ask me this question and i have no answer....
Can you tell me why you have been so sad?
You sat on a bench,
waiting on a bliss.
He swam with her in a drench read more »Prince ....
336.Peggy O Deere
Sad am I so sad to hear
About the death of Mary O's daughter Peggy O Deere
From her old Hometown many miles away
Her remains in Dublin lay. read more »Francis Duggan