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Poems About: SAD

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  • 85.
    Sad State Of Affairs

    It’s a sad state of affairs
    When you start to loose your friends
    No one there to show they care
    You even miss them driving you round the bend read more »

    Kaspa Richards
  • 86.

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    NO NO
  • 87.

    Why mention
    The sad things
    While there
    Are so many read more »

    Aldo Kraas
  • 88.
    sickness 3

    im sick
    hairy read more »

    richmoo silverstein
  • 89.
    I Sing A Sad Song II

    I sing a sad song for those who would
    If they could, be entwined for longer than
    Fleeting time permits.... read more »

    A Poet Who Loves To Sing ....AlvesHolmes
  • 90.
    Happy & Sad

    Happy and Sad – never come together
    They are very different in nature,

    Happy is very cute, always smiling read more »

    Sumita Datta
  • 91.

    teardrops teardrops on my face,
    who is the saddest of them all?
    the teardrops reply and say why nai you are.
    but why are you sad? read more »

    Jenee Poindexter
  • 92.

    On a warm summer night in june
    through the air I heard a tearful tune
    the sweet sound of a guitar crying
    shedding tears for the dead and the dying read more »

    B.B. Lee
  • 93.

    I’m just so tired
    The burning desire in my heart is on fire
    It burns higher to my throat like a vampire read more »

    Triauna Hall
  • 94.
    Only One Horrible Thorn

    I like to cry and throw a fit
    Even the dark day I was born
    I am a sad and drooping rose
    With only one horrible thorn read more »

    Paul Celano
  • 95.
    Mr. Sad Observes Hummingbird Aggression

    Mr. Sad wakes up the next morning
    Suffering from the heart disease
    Called love read more »

    Larry Megazzi
  • 96.
    Sad in blue

    I'm sad today, I'll be sad tonight
    step by step, I struggle to step
    there's no wake in my step
    no way to make my way read more »

    John Henry Gillin
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