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  1. Silent Tears

    • By N. John
    • Published: March 2008
    Child And Divorce

    I sat quietly by my window, as the rain fell outside,
    As a single tear slid slowly down my cheeks,
    The screaming sound was there again,
    Oh, those loud screaming, shouting voices.

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    Your poem is amazing I cried because it expresses my exact feelings. I write but not like this please keep writing. I hope some day I can write something this powerful and someone will feel...

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  3. Forever Love

    Picture

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

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  4. 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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  6. The Two Of Us

    What Happened To Our Marriage?

    Picture

    I wish I knew what has become of the two of us
    We used to talk, now I can't speak anymore
    I'm told I speak way too loud
    Nothing I have to say ever comes out right

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    I used this poem to reflect and prepare my sermon for some friends of mine today. I used it with the scripture of 1 Corth. 12:31-13:8a. The main topic the importance of communication every...

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  7. Why Do you Act That Way?

    • By Cindy Leonard
    • Published: February 2006

    I'll never understand why
    You do the things you do
    I wish I could comprehend
    I try, I really do...

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  8. 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.

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  10. 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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    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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  11. Joint Custody

    Difficulty Of Sharing Your Child

    The torments of hell that I seem to face.
    The days turned to weeks, all gone up in waste.
    The hours so precious that equal the time
    Of minutes and seconds that should be all mine.

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  12. 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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  13. Pieces

    Pieces breaking away, floating off,
    like bubbles in champagne.
    Heart torn in two, who to talk to?

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