Emo Poems has over the past few years become one of our most popular categories of poems. Teens who consider themselves Emo's or are labeled as Emo by their peers often turn to poems to express their painful feelings of alienation. The path to healing and peace always includes both recognition of the self and acceptance of the self. This may be the reason why poetry is so therapeutic to an "Emo". Frequent visitors to FFP find that reading poems can be as therapeutic as writing poems. We hope the poems displayed here can help you find comfort and acceptance.
True friends are amazing people to have in your life. When your teachers don't understand and your parents can't relate, true friends listen patiently and don't judge you, even if they haven't been in your situation. When times are bad, they might lend you a shoulder to cry on or just cry with you. On the other hand, true friends make good times even better. They are like family, they will always be there for you. Remember though, to keep a good friend, you have to be a good friend.
When a person is feeling hurt, it is important that they share their feelings with their friends. One of the best ways to process feelings is to share them with friends. Many people are under the mistaken notion that they should not share feelings of sadness because it will bring down the moods of others. This may be true. However, more often than not, we may be able to offer comfort to each other and our friendship will become deeper through the process.
Sad occasions can bring families and friends together. Sad times, such as death, sickness and loss in a family or friendship, or a family member or friend who is going through a particularly trying time, call for family and friends to come together and support one another. In this way they can comfort each other and help make a sad and difficult time that much easier. If they do not come together, not only have they left a family member or friend unsupported, but they have also lost out on an opportunity for closeness.