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Poems About: SAD

In this page, poems on / about “sad” are listed.

  • 349.
    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
  • 350.
    Sad And Lonely

    As I started sipping
    my daily lovely coffee
    A race of memories just began in my mind
    of old days, the hard and the easy read more »

    Taher Shemaly
  • 351.
    Remorse

    Sad is the thought of sunniest days
    Of love and rapture perished,
    And shine through memory's tearful haze
    The eyes once fondliest cherished. read more »

    John Hay
  • 352.
    It Doesn't Have to Be

    It’s all so damn hard.
    This love and loving,
    Trust and trusting,
    Believing somehow read more »

    Sandra Osborne
  • 353.
    I Am

    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
  • 354.
    Twin tism

    bonds entwined
    between two poles:
    a sad pole,
    a mirthful pole read more »

    Michael Witkowski
  • 355.
    Sad to see him go

    Its sad to see him go,
    Go away to nothingness,
    He made me feel pity for me,
    Myself pity, read more »

    Jennifer Rondeau
  • 356.
    Sad is Stupid

    I'm sorry you're sad

    'I'm not sad.
    Don't use that word. read more »

    Alison Cassidy
  • 357.
    The eyes of Love!

    I see you standing there.
    My mind goes into autopilot judgement mode.
    Unaware of your past. I judge your future.
    Forgive me bearded man with the sad, sad eyes. read more »

    Vonda Overlie
  • 358.
    Why me?

    Why I'm I always sad?
    why do I always feel sad when I am happy as well?
    Why do I feel sad even if I don't want to be?
    Why do I cry when i'm sad? read more »

    Christina Green
  • 359.
    Solemn Truth

    It's a sad solemn truth
    This sad solemn lie.
    Just taken from our youth
    Was it worth it to try? read more »

    Moth Harris
  • 360.
    appearing tpo be sad

    Writing plays appearing to be sad
    for people who are humorous, Anton
    prevents us all from forming our foregone
    conclusions about what is good or bad. read more »

    gershon hepner
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