I regret the end.
The way we couldn't
leave one another
Short Sad Love Poems - Page 3
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I regret the end.Featured Shared Story
Wow! Good job. Sometimes hindsight will have us saying "What if?" And in the final review of an ended relationship, there may have been something else we could have done to make things work...
Poem About Letting Go Of Someone You Love
I thought you were my everything.
I thought you were what I longed for.
I thought you loved me.
I thought wrong.Featured Shared Story
From a personal standpoint as an older person (51), the words, "I was wrong," come into play more than I would like. The rethinking of everything is sometimes worse than the original event. ...
I trusted you,
when you told me it wasn't true.
I didn't know that behind those beautiful brown eyes
was a person capable of telling all these lies.Featured Shared Story
Best friend's before anything,
or so I thought.
How could you pretend to love me?
Was the urge that much?
How messed up do you have to be
to sleep with your best friend,
A Guy Also Hurts During A Breakup
He's tired of the pain.
He's tired of every lie.
He's tired of the countless nights
When all he does is cry.Featured Shared Story
This poem makes an important point. Often we think in a breakup there's only one hurt heart, but in reality, both people could be hurting. But that might mean they should not have ended it.
Wanting One More Day With You
My memories are sacred of the you I used to know.
I remember all the places where you and I would go.
Time has made me older, and life has made me old.Featured Shared Story
The sky and the winds howl. Days go by and my love can't be found. Wanting just one more kiss one more smile and one more scent. Days turn into weeks, weeks turn into months, and months turn...
Poem About Loving Someone Who Is Unattainable
So I guess I could lie and say I tried,
But the truth I can't deny,
I loved you, but you were beyond my reach.
You were a battle I couldn't defeat.Featured Shared Story
Mother died before I could say goodbye. Oh mother, how I lament your passing ......While you were hungry we were fed...... You wept in secret while we slept .....You gave so much yet we gave...
It wrecks me, that last moment
that played out so wrong.
Our hopeless eyes locked
just a few seconds too long.Featured Shared Story
Short but powerful. My favorite kind. This poem shows what can happen when two people who can't be together (for whatever reason) don't want to be apart.
You have drowned every emotion of us,
Held it under water until it could no longer breathe.
You have shattered every memory of us,
Like glass, touching it I risk hurting every time.Featured Shared Story
The hard truth of having one too many last changes. Sometime there is no coming back from crossing the line. We may not be able to fix what we broke, but learning from it can help prevent us...
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