Crying Poems

Poems about Crying Inside and Feeling Sad

Everybody cries sometimes, and if you don't you should. Crying is a natural way of letting go of pent up emotions. It is sad fact that many children are shamed for crying. Adults who are led to believe that crying is not OK may repress their feeling of sadness. Emotions that are not allowed to release tend to leak out in other areas of their lives. The ability to express our emotions whether alone or in communication to others is necessary for a happy life.

Poems about Pain and Suffering

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  1. Tears, Tears Go Away

    • By Stephany Manfull
    • Published: July 2013
    Poem About Reminders Of The Past

    Tears, tears go away.
    Why must you come back almost every day?
    You remind me of my pain.
    You remind me of my past.

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    You're definitely not alone in your suffering. Like you, I was abused by my stepfather and an uncle and have struggled daily to deal with the pain. I was in the third grade when mine started...

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  3. A Mother's Cry

    Poem About Losing a Son

    Colors of dark grey and black fill the world in which I live
    No other feeling could possibly be worse than this
    Where once was a room filled with laughter and cheer
    Now stands loneliness, emptiness, and despair. ...

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    Alone again, my child and me.
    Wondering who the lucky guy is
    My endless love for you is killing me
    I can't find the courage to walk away
    The swelling waves of pain drown me
    I'm trapped...

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  4. Wondering Why Am I Here

    I lay in bed alone at night and wonder why I'm here.
    I do so much for everyone.
    Why don't they show they care?
    I met this girl who said she loved me,

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    I've asked myself and others the same thing. Why am I here? I put on so many disguises that I didn't know who I was. I have tried many time to commit suicide, and the last time I attempted it...

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  6. Let It Rain

    Embracing Hardships And Letting Go

    Clouds of thunder, pouring rain,
    The hurt I feel, the throbbing pain.
    Droplets trickling down my face.
    Shall rain give me this one embrace?

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    The description of the hostile environment reflects the suffering human soul. That is the beauty of this short poem.

  7. Lost

    Poem About A Dying Soul

    The darkness surrounds me.
    It's getting so cold.
    I'm all alone
    With no one to hold.

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    I know how you feel but there will be happy times soon, you just have to keep trying and be patient for it to come. Yeah, everyone has sad times, but I just hope that all of you will soon...

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  8. Tears

    • By Margaret A. Collins
    • Published: February 2006

    I saw my brother cry today.
    He seemed five years old
    It did not seem to me that he was six feet tall.
    He lost a thing he treasured,

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    Beautiful...Thank you for sharing this wonderful poem!

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  10. Tear Stained Cheeks and Bloodshot Eyes

    Poem About Losing Strength

    The angel lost her grace,
    As mascara ran down her face.
    She forgot love, remembered hate.
    She no longer had her faith....

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    OMG!!!!!!.....tears instantly started falling . To know someone shares the same pain . I would do anything for anybody, even my worst enemy (which I say but I don't have one (a worst enemy ,...

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  11. Broken Wings

    • By Kat S
    • Published: April 2014
    Poem About Being Trapped With Broken Memories

    Wings of wax will melt and fall apart,
    But what if they are a true reflection of what's in my heart?
    Weak, easily discouraged, and without pride,
    My escape to freedom denied

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    All alone in the black abyss, tell me how it's led to this. I keep on smiling day by day, hoping suddenly the pain will go away. With bloodshot eyes, I turn to see you with someone that...

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  12. Wanting To Feel Something

    Poem About Holding In Pain

    Have you ever held in pain to the point where it seemed like you didn't care?
    You could've sworn you were crying,
    But when you went to wipe tears away there was nothing there?
    Going through life empty,

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    All I have to say is that I really feel blessed to be able to feel it all. I am so grateful to G-d that I have the strength to care about things when I have a LOT of pain stored inside of my...

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  13. The Opposite Is Also True

    • By Coral
    • Published: April 2018
    Happiness And Sadness

    They say it's sweet that we laugh
    because our bodies literally
    can't contain the
    joy.

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    Yeah, it is actually true. When we cry, we get relief from the pain.

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