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  1. Waiting For Truth

    • By Lilli Janzen
    • Published: August 2016
    Poem About Waiting For Answers And Living With Questions

    Wait, you say, but I want to know.
    Wait, you say, but it's just so slow.
    Do I need to live with the questions
    Or simply wait for your confession?

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  3. Loneliness

    Feeling Trapped By My Fears

    You come in waves
    And suffocate me sweetly.
    When I think I'm okay,
    You sneak in discreetly.

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  4. Cry For Help!

    • By Passion
    • Published: December 2008
    Poem About Abusive Relationship

    I thirst for help before it's too late.
    I stand alone in the darkness as I lay.
    The might of his fist feels like burning coal.
    The power of his kick ordains the soul.

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    I'm 14 and it's in the past, but this reminds me of an abusive parent/person whenever I read this.

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  6. Frozen Memories

    • By Anastasia Schofield
    • Published: December 2013
    Imagine Running Away From Your Worst Nightmare

    There is snow in the air.
    The coldness reaches my heart.
    There is death everywhere.
    My stone heart is tearing apart.

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  7. Fear

    Poem Describing The Pain Of Depression

    Closing in on my emotions, I fear unforgiving consequences await me,
    The portrait of a man distressed by his own solitude.

    The calm before the brutal inevitable,

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  8. A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty

    Unwillingly Miranda wakes,
    Feels the sun with terror,
    One unwilling step she takes,
    Shuddering to the mirror.

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  10. Past, Present, Future

    • By Hali
    • Published: February 2016
    Poem About Life With Epilepsy

    My eyes glistening with tears,
    But not yet fallen.
    I'm crying, but they're silent tears.
    I'm crying on the inside so you are unable to see

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    My dad had epilepsy, and i remember waking up in the middle of the night to hear him crying because of his seizures, because he had accidentally hurt one of us. As a kid I was always having...

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  11. If Perhaps...

    • By Saphire
    • Published: July 2011

    I sit here holding deep inside
    Feelings that others wish to hide
    Confide in me, the troubles go
    But in me they grow and grow.

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  12. He Is Here

    • By Patricia Sampson
    • Published: July 2013
    Poem About Childhood Mental Abuse

    When her mother's gone,
    the little child's body feels revealed,
    for the shadows speak, you are not alone.

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  13. The Hunter Of Utterance Of Destruction

    • By Bet Dotson
    • Published: December 2007
    Verbal Abuse

    He's the hunter of utterance of destruction
    He sleeps when I'm awake
    I long to hear him whisper
    To give my ears a break...

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    That poem was so deep and thoughtful. I can tell that the author put much effort into it to write it. It inspired me because I have been verbally bullied before and I like to write poems...

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