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. 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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  3. My Fears

    • By Samantha Medlin
    • Published: February 2008
    Poem About Being Afraid

    Getting left behind
    Not being loved
    No one understanding
    No one caring

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    I understand what you say, and I want to say that I am going through the same thing this poem is about. Always being left behind by another, fearing that you are never good enough...so I am...

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  4. 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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  6. 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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    Amy,
    Don't feel bad. I had the same thing that has happened to me as well. I have always been picked on and teased my whole life. I would come home from school crying almost every day...

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  7. 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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    I'm writing this because I am sad, down, and I scuffed my pride. Have you ever loved somebody, even though they did you wrong a million times? Sometimes it is better to hurt than be hurt,...

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  8. 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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  10. 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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    Kendra, I know how you feel. Nine months ago I got put into a foster home with an amazing foster mom and 2 lovely but not so lovely cats. The reason I got put in this situation is because I...

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  11. Daddy

    • By Allie
    • Published: August 2009
    Poem About Hurt By Father

    I cry so much now
    I hate feeling so bad
    Daddy, how could you
    I hate being so mad...

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    Very bad. The relation between Father and daughter is too sacred.

  12. The Heart

    • By Veronda Starling
    • Published: April 2015
    Poem About The Power Of The Heart

    My heart felt what is shouldn't.
    It gave when it couldn't,
    Believed in many things
    When I wouldn't.

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    I get so mad at my mother. She doesn't understand me. She tells that I am fat and slapped me a couple of times. I am chubby. I am 12 years old, 5' 3.5" and I weight about 135 pounds. So yes,...

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  13. 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.

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