Sad Poems, Poetry - Page 10
All at once, you break my fall
You lift me up, return my call
All at once, you hold me close
You take my hand and off we go
All at once, we’re close to sea
I with You and You with Me
All at once, we pass by land
You and I still hand in hand
You softly whisper in my ear
And all at once, you disappear.
This poem was written/submitted by Gnome.
You look at me and what do you see?
a girl as happy as can be.
but if you look deep into my eyes.
you can see the pain and suffering arise.
but then once you realize that i am dying inside.
you come to rescue me.
and set my dying soul free.
This poem was written/submitted by Kayla Bauer.
As my eyes close
there comes dark shadows
hunting me in my sleep
surely giving me the creeps
always coming back
when hope in me lacks
all i want to do was give up
but they never did stop
beneath my colorful dreams
they hide behind the streams
they goes out at the time
when it’s my turn to shine
slowly shatters my dream into pieces
all i did was to see the mess
O i wud never want to go back
to a world full of nightmares.
This poem was written/submitted by czar tacio.
I watch you as your life fades away
Having no energy to be alive, or pray
Your hope is a dream and your faith is dead
You feel like a failure with every word said
Your soul is lost, still wandering around
You don’t know why you’re here, in dead silence, no sound
The wind howls your name as the sky starts to cry
You walk alone down this path, wanting to die
You count each and every minute wondering when this will end
Feeling hateful and sulky wishing this life could mend
You live in secrecy, so quiet, so scared
You’re broken, you’re damaged, your feelings are impaired
There’s no tears left to cry, no emotion, only pain
There’s nothing left in this life, no happiness to gain
Your eyes are dark, leaving a deadly blank stare
Your once beautiful smile is now crippled and bare
You feel neglected; you’re miserable, you’re sad
You are full of sorrow, no energy to be mad
I look into your once, gorgeous eyes
No more sparkle, now filled with lies
Your once healthy, beating heart is now bruised and aching
You are suffering and hurt, your own death is awakening
You have made the wrong decisions, but there is still little hope
You’re a shattered teen aged girl who does not know how to cope
The hatred you have for life bursts into flames
You are not at fault, you are not to blame
Your sick of trying but you haven’t tried hard enough
Believe in yourself, I understand this life is rough
Suicide is in your thoughts; you cannot seem to pass time
You are always exhausted and feel that your life is a crime
You fall into pieces as your life wastes away
Hating more and more each and everyday
Your suffocating in your sorrow taking your last breath
This is the beginning of your slow, painful death.
This poem was written/submitted by Amanda.
I wish you were here, but you’re so far away
Sometimes I can’t go on another day
Most of the time I’m sitting somewhere crying
Because inside I’m slowly dying
I know now that you don’t want me back
I know I was selfish and many things I lacked
So instead of my trying and trying
I want you to know that slowly I’m dying.
This poem was written/submitted by Tisma.
I may be alive on the outside
but on the inside im as dead as a leave in a fall season
no one never knowing when im hurt
cause i hide all my pain underneath a smile
i wish someone could walk in my shoes for a mile
and see how i truly feel.
This poem was written/submitted by railynn hawkins.
I call for you
there’s no answer
I look at you and you look at me like I am thin air
For you I cry
for you I would die
and for you I would do just about anything
For you I walk down the street
walking on my aching feet
for you I would be anything
for you I would travel the world
for you I would change my name
for you I would play your game
for you I am dying
for you I cry I die
and now I’m flying
higher in to the skyline
Maybe it could have been
I’ll wait for in vain
I’ll give a second chance
I’ll see you when karma catches up.
This poem was written/submitted by Lola Brinthal.