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Poems About: SORROW

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  • 349.
    When the Sunlight Comes

    All my days are full of rain
    Never sun
    Only rain read more »

    Paul the Lion
  • 350.
    Misery Chain

    Why is life full of pain,
    sorrow, guilt, and remorse?
    When yet there is nothing to gain
    but education of the mistakes we endorse. read more »

    Timothy Mims
  • 351.
    The Happiness of Death

    He leaned in and kissed my forehead
    He whispered
    Tonight my dear you will cry no more
    I have seen that you have suffered read more »

    Rachael Hardy
  • 352.
    Rubaiyat 10

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    Shams al-Din Hafiz Shirazi
  • 353.
    What Right Have You?

    What right have you
    To lament your love
    When the widowed lyrics of my unrequited love
    Remain unread? read more »

    Casper Fields
  • 354.
    Each New Day

    Starting off, on the way
    Many new burdens each waking day
    Sorrows of ours draped like curtains
    Sorrows of good, bad and uncertain read more »

    Brian Potthast
  • 355.
    when the city lights perish

    and the glamour of the city
    shall one day fade away
    corrupted souls
    uncanny woes read more »

    Velvet Astraea Dido
  • 356.

    Fathom the earth without sorrow
    Would the heart of the traveler show gain
    To not lessen from dirt that was fashioned
    From the bowels of the earth without pain? read more »

    james smallwood
  • 357.

    How complete sorrow is...
    Spilling over edges
    onto mirrored floors, reflecting within.
    Liking the view read more »

    Sinnaminsun Sinnaminsun
  • 358.

    Touch my heart and arms
    Look into the empty hands
    Sorrows of dreadful dream
    Have emptied my thoughts read more »

    Abdul Sattar
  • 359.

    He was stricken
    overwhelmed and afflcted
    full of sorrow and misfortune
    wounded by life read more »

    Ashley Kelley
  • 360.

    Flow from today to tomorrow
    And happiness we shall borrow
    Flow from here to there
    And sorrow we shall scare read more »

    Warren Augustus de Guzman
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