Divorce Poems - Page 4

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  1. Danger At Home

    • By Anna
    • Published: June 2016
    Poem About Parents Arguing

    I'm looking at the ceiling
    Or I'm kneeling.
    Feeling tears fall from my eyes,
    I can see my family bleeding.

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    • Rating 4.12
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  3. Staying Power

    Don't Divorce

    When the going gets tough, the tough get going
    that's a proverb we've heard before.
    That doesn't mean for your marriage
    you should be quick to use the door.

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  4. Flowered Heart

    • By Maeghan P.
    • Published: May 2008
    What Dad Missed Out On

    When you left me
    I was too young to see
    I was too young to tell
    how much pain you would make my heart dwell

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    • Rating 4.39
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    I know most of you guys know how I feel. I never really knew what my dad did. I have a piece of advice for you: don't worry, you are special. God created you for a reason. Try and help...

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  6. Broken Heart

    • By Norm
    • Published: July 2015
    Poem Pleading Wife To Come Back

    I know you say you love me,
    But you don't see
    How this breaks my heart,
    Since we are now apart.

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    Buddy, I feel your pain. Obviously, reading divorce poems... I too was married for 16 years with two children. Oh how I wish I could have made her feel more love. She's gone now and I...

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  7. Come Back To Me, Mom

    • By Yvette Johnson
    • Published: February 2006

    As I sit here drowning in my sorrow
    Wondering if there'll be another tomorrow

    I cry yearning for my mother back

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    To the author: thank you. She left us a week and six days ago and I feel this everyday, the loneliness hurts.

  8. From Family To Strangers

    • By Christine
    • Published: June 2009

    Raw sadness fills the house
    as the burning of fragrances is the only form of light.
    Beating.
    The lonely hearts barely live as people are torn away from them.

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    • Rating 4.18
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    Hey. I know how you feel. It started some years ago when I was eight. I woke up one morning to an odd sound. It sounded like my mommy and daddy yelling. It stopped after about two...

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  10. Spectator Dad

    • By David C
    • Published: April 2014
    Poem About How Divorce Feels As A Dad Looking In

    Life is hollow, a hole, dark and empty it seems.
    Expelled, cast out from the family that meant all to me.
    Feeling sorrow and heartache for my children am I
    And the loss of my wife, the first love of my life.

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    • Rating 4.17
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    This is amazing! Wow, what a gift. In divorce there is always two sides and I'm grateful that you have shown me the other side. It's so difficult to ever understand what the other person is...

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  11. Last Wish

    • By Ronnie H.
    • Published: July 2011

    I wished it away,
    I wished it away with might,
    Futile I tried, no hope left in sight.

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    • Rating 4.03
    Featured Shared Story

    Wow. Your intro and your poem are almost identical to what I'm facing now. Wife's past adultery; Wife of 11 years left due to adultery (yet again)...have not seen my children in almost 7...

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  12. Living With Divorce

    • By Barry
    • Published: May 2008
    Poem From A Divorced Father's Point Of View

    The ramifications of divorce never end
    The hurt and loneliness never bend
    We try and move on each day and night
    We pursue our dreams alone each day with all of our might

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    I loved this poem! I'm on my second divorce its nice to hear a poem from a guys point of view.

  13. Forever Love

    Picture

    Soft music
    an innocent look.
    Sweet romance,
    as in a story book.

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