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  • 337.
    'Into Tomorrow'; Trayvon Martin

    'Into Tomorrow'
    For: Trayvon Martin
    By: Bobbie Williams

    You don't need to show any sorrow
    For I am going into tomorrow
    Show you love and keep your faith
    For tomorrow may be too late

    No one need to cry for me
    ... in Heaven with God is where I'll be
    I don't want to leave any sorrows
    They'll go with me into tomorrow

    I am not the one who chose to give
    up the life that I've lived
    I don't want for you to cry
    because tomorrow has passed me by

    I looked around and I did see
    tomorrow reaching out to me
    I am young, but I did hear
    Tomorrow comming very near

    Take my hand, Lord lead me on
    For tomorrow to take me home
    Hold my hand feel my sorrow
    Lead my hand into tomorrow

    Someone is waiting for me there
    Someone up there who will always care
    He'll take my hand he'll take my sorrow
    He'll lead us all into tomorrow.............. read more »

  • 338.
    A Child's Death

    God the Lord has taken
    Though He has given too;
    For in your times of sorrow
    God shows His love for you. read more »

  • 339.
    The Moment of Rain

    'You drenched yourself in rain as though you were in pain,
    I could hear you crying in the sad music of rain;
    Was the sorrow too deep that you had to hide in vain,
    The tears under the shadow of the somber saddening rain? read more »

  • 340.
    Little Bird

    Does the little bird not
    know sorrow?
    It drifts alone in the open air,
    untouched by either read more »

  • 341.
    From the Other Side of Sorrow.

    Her name was 'holy' conscience said
    and sorrow heaped upon a bed
    in vain the search to find by chance
    lift her, hold her for their last dance read more »

  • 342.

    Rolling down from eyes tears,
    Twisted with sorrow and bliss,
    Hunt words to words to kiss,
    Lines to lines to create verse, read more »

  • 343.
    Crying For No Tears

    No one knows why I cry
    But then again no one knows that I cry
    I don't like to cry
    So when everyone is away and it's dark, I cry read more »

  • 344.

    Sorrow, sorrow, sorrow,
    it's a cycle which never ends,
    it follows you till your very last breath,
    no matter how and where you hide, read more »

  • 345.

    Ours is a sorrow,
    that spills out,
    endlessly from a well,
    on the dried leaves, read more »

  • 346.
    Street of Sorrow

    It's time to wake up, stand up in any given city
    It seems the lights have all gone to bed
    and the rain pours hard into my mind
    and then it hits me read more »

  • 347.
    Rain, Rain

    Feels like this storm on top of head,
    isn't going away.
    Drowning in my pain and my sorrow,
    trying to put my head on top of it. read more »

  • 348.
    I am

    i am swept in a sea full of sorrow, fearan pain
    i wonder if any man sheltered on this Earth can feel my wretchedness
    i hear the death-noise of rancor hungry birds, instead of amiable laughter
    i see an indolent feared soul left drowning fractiously in a deplored ebony desolation read more »

New Sorrow Poems

  1. 'Tis but A Sin, Nathan Beery
  2. Oh, Sorrow Sally, Anderson Green
  3. solutude of heart, ademola oluwabusayo
  4. Sorrow Everywhere, Melikhaya Zagagana
  5. My Very Own Private Summer, Dónall Dempsey
  7. Bury It, Leria Hawkins
  8. Chasing Sorrows, ramesh rai
  9. Sonnet no.2, Kevin Wyndham Heard
  10. Walk With Me [Villanelle], David Munene wa Kimberly
  11. Great Our Sorrow, Heather Burns
  12. David Bowie, george albot
  13. Valley of death, julius lenjatin
  14. Tears of rivers, ramesh rai
  15. Knowing Silence, Philo Yan
  16. Of Sorrow and Tears, indira babbellapati
  17. The Ballad of Mr.Sorrow & Ms.Joy, Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo
  18. Contemplation of Sorrow, Faustina Marie
  19. Sweet Sorrow, Soren Valentine
  20. happiness may come later...., RIC S. BASTASA
  21. Some Sorrows, Madhav Sarkunde
  22. The Morning Light Is Outside/ The Mornin.., Shalom Freedman
  23. SORROW AND MY NATION, Dr. Yogesh Sharma
  24. Slake, Christine Errett
  26. A memory, Joey Wade
  27. Understand wrath, Miroslava Odalovic
  28. My Sorrow, Sayeed Abubakar
  29. Never-Ending Sorrow, Russell Sivey
  30. The Clown’s Sorrow, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  31. Sorrow and joy, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
  32. Sink Your Sorrows, Stan Petrovich
  33. Help Me, Ohood Al.shabibi
  34. Dear Sorrow, Death Awaits Your Acquainta.., Sorrow Lynn
  35. Dawn Break, Cyrus Diaz
  36. Sorrow Under Mist, Mark R Slaughter
  38. Leave me be, Dillon Crawford
  39. Sorrow, Renee' Stretch
  40. Sorrow, Juan Olivarez
  41. SORROWFUL MAN, Aldo Kraas
  42. What Makes Sunshine?, katie norton
  43. Come Ye Heavy States Of Night, John Dowland
  44. glory for sorrow, venkatesh ram
  45. anger(biline poem), venkatesh ram
  46. My Sorrow, jessica patenaude
  47. FOR THE SORROW, Aldo Kraas
  48. Sorrow Makes One A Hero Tomorrow, Mailrangam Visvanathan Venka ..
  49. The Beauti Of Sorrow, Tim caffery
  50. Like My Own, Luna Moon
  51. sorrow, lauren dawson
  52. Vibes Of Sorrow, Amir Amin
  53. Sorrow, Mariah Whitfield
  54. The Mathematics of life, Ravi Panamanna
  55. Dreadful Tears, Rose Rosado
  56. The Sorrows Of the Seas, Samantha Guinen
  57. SORROW, Sindal Benson
  58. Singing Sorrowful Song, Dr Hitesh Sheth
  59. Sorrow, Jeffrey Stultz
  60. #265 Haiku Winter's Fingers, A Poet Who Loves To Sing ... ..
  61. Sorrow blue, Haytem Fakroun
  62. Sorrow, Maya Reid
  63. IN SORROW, achsha kurien
  64. Supposing Tomorrow, Seema Chowdhury
  65. ALONE IN MY SORROW, Aldo Kraas
  66. I Sowed for Sorrow, Jessel Jane Tevar
  67. Lemon Sorrow, Samantha Guinen
  68. Sorrow, Dillon Crawford
  69. Emotions Walk, Ludvig Von Himmelstein
  70. Sorrow, Victoria Black
  71. Who Walked With Sorrow, Will Barber
  72. #265 Haiku Icy Fingers Of Winter, Dorothy (Alves) Holmes
  73. Sorrow found me, Caroline Guedes
  74. Sorrow, Simone Brown
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