Hurting Poems

Poems on Being Hurt

In a loving relationship, there are often hurt feelings. We have certain expectations of our partner, and when they do not live up to them we are likely to feel a sense of betrayal. The truth is that if we put our hurt aside for a moment we may realize that our lover was not even aware of the expectations that we had for them. These expectations are probably a carryover of fantasies that we have in our heart of how a perfect lover behaves. It is OK to have these expectations. However, if we expect our partner to fulfill them for us we must at let them know what we would like.

Sad Love Poems about Hurting

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  1. Living Again

    • By Tina Manning Harding
    • Published: June 2011

    Running, running
    far away
    Escaping dreams
    of yesterday.

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    • Votes 798
    • Rating 4.46
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  3. Nobody Knows

    Poem About A Girl Who Sacrifices Her Love

    Nobody knows it's empty,
    The smile that I wear.
    The real one is left behind in the past
    Because I left you there...

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    • Stories 2
    • Emailed 17
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    • Votes 135
    • Rating 4.44
  4. Lost

    • By Shelli
    • Published: July 2009

    I thought it was a dream, I thought it wasn't real
    But pain really hurts and it's really how I feel
    Memories keep coming back, and so do all of the tears
    I hear your voice, and as quick as the smile came, it quickly disappears

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    • Emailed 66
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    • Votes 1749
    • Rating 4.43
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  6. Failed Love

    • By Vbishal Barick
    • Published: June 10, 2017
    Loving Someone Who Doesn't Love You

    He built a wall
    Around his heart.
    Then she came along,
    And the wall fell apart.

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    • Emailed 6
    • Favorited 3
    • Votes 30
    • Rating 4.43
  7. You Will Regret

    You will regret
    That you made me cry,
    That you didn't see your love in my eye,
    That you failed my heart and didn't even try.

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    • Stories 0
    • Emailed 19
    • Favorited 9
    • Votes 90
    • Rating 4.41
  8. Lies

    • By Kendra
    • Published: January 2008
    Letting Go Of Love Poem

    You broke my heart in two
    And took me like a bet,
    with all you put me through
    I have so many regrets.

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    • Stories 20
    • Emailed 27
    • Favorited 43
    • Votes 2538
    • Rating 4.37
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  10. Pain, Pain Go Away

    Pain, pain go away!
    Please do not come back another day.
    Tears falling down my face.
    Oh, how I wish for his warm embrace.

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    • Stories 7
    • Emailed 23
    • Favorited 19
    • Votes 937
    • Rating 4.37
  11. Is It Worth The Pain?

    • By Caity
    • Published: November 2013

    Saying you loved me, with that look in your eye,
    I wish I could say it was a cold hearted lie,
    I know that you love me, I know that you care,
    But the rage inside you, slowly flared.

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    • Stories 13
    • Emailed 58
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    • Votes 750
    • Rating 4.37
  12. How You Do It?

    • By Labrina
    • Published: December 2007
    Love Gone Wrong

    Sometimes I wonder how you do it.
    How can you sit back and watch yourself hurt someone so bad and not feel any guilt?
    You say things to me, about me, or behind me.
    And you still look at me the same way.

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    • Stories 12
    • Emailed 24
    • Favorited 23
    • Votes 1180
    • Rating 4.35
  13. I Want To

    I want to write about how you make me feel
    How every time I see your face I know that you're real
    I can't describe the feeling you always raise in me
    I can't describe this wash of happiness that you seem to bring...

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    • Stories 1
    • Emailed 12
    • Favorited 7
    • Votes 452
    • Rating 4.32

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