Emo Poems

Poems about Emo's

Teens who consider themselves Emo's or are labeled as Emo by their peers often turn to poems and song lyrics to express their painful feelings of alienation. The path to healing and peace always includes both recognition of the self and acceptance of the self. This may be the reason why poetry is so therapeutic to an "Emo". Frequent visitors to FFP find that reading poems can be as therapeutic as writing poems. We hope the poems displayed here can help you find comfort and acceptance.

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  1. Cuts For A Life

    "The Emo" They Call Me

    From start to finish I wonder why
    The cuts look good in this messed up lie
    The blood that trickles down my arm
    People all stare at the girl who self-harms:-...

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    This poem really touched my heart. I'm 16 and I started cutting when I was 13. My daily life in school was unbearable. All the kids hated me, I hung out with the wrong people, and I started...

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  3. I Am A Razor

    • By Jiordyn
    • Published: March 2011

    Everyday around quarter past three,
    you burst into the bathroom searching for me,
    I get hidden by your mother while you are away,
    hidden, unused for most of the day,...

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    I do this a lot too. My life is not perfect, and I always hit so many bumps in the road. Sometimes I feel so stupid and dumb to be in my family. I have no friends and it hurts me. When people...

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  4. She And Me

    • By Rose O Fletch
    • Published: January 2009
    My Mask Is Perfect

    She smiles, I cry.
    She's brave, I'm shy.
    She loves, I'm alone.
    She's amazing, I'm unknown.

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    I went through pretty much everything that I have read here so far. The mask, keep it up long enough and it eventually becomes part of you. I used to be a cutter, the only reason I stopped...

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  6. Emo's Have Feelings Too

    • By Melany Jackson
    • Published: March 2009

    Emo's have hearts and feelings,
    they cut themselves
    that's why there always bleeding,
    Emo's have hell in their lives

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    You can be athletic and emo. Emo is in your head or how you feel. People associate the look with sad people.

  7. Trying To Live

    • By Yvette
    • Published: November 2008

    I am a poet writing about my pain.
    I am person recovering and trying to gain.
    I am your daughter who is trying to learn.
    I am your sister who is starting to turn....

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    I am constantly made fun if and called emo because when I was 12 I tried to hang myself and I used to cut and have scars all up my arms. I was only depressed because my dad and I were close...

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  8. Broken Dreams

    Drowning in a darkness
    Of deep despair
    Believing the lies I hear
    And seeing truths not there ...

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    I know how you feel. I'm sorry you feel like that because I know what you're going through. I'm trying to become better myself. People don't understand EMO'S like myself...

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  10. I Feel Invisible

    : tears in my eyes
    : my fears alive
    : dreams where lost
    : hopes were dry

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    I am so alone and some people say that is good but it is actually my greatest fear. My parents and family don't understand they wouldn't begin to know the problems I hold in my hands. You...

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  11. Battle Within Myself

    • By Kristin Lore
    • Published: July 2011

    Have you ever sat up at night
    And just let your barrier down?
    Brick by brick.
    I've sat in silence and cried

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    I have never been in a situation where I would intentionally hurt myself, but I know people who would. I keep telling them you are loved, but they don't listen! So my only hope for this short...

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  12. Burning Sensation

    • By Eboni Allisha Uneik Church
    • Published: February 2008
    Letting Feelings Out Poem

    This emotion runs deep.
    Deeper than words can speak.
    A burning sensation held deep inside her heart.
    She knew she had to feel it some day from the start....

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    I have the same thing everyday when I try and talk to somebody they tell me to f**k off and sort them out myself but reading these are really making me think and helping. thank you
    I also...

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  13. Addiction

    Addiction To Cutting

    I felt to pain everyday,
    Seeing the scars on my wrist.
    No one understands me,
    My life is at risk....

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    I started cutting when I was 11. Now I'm 14 and can't control myself from not cutting. My friends hated when I cut, and I even promised them I won't, but I can't control it. They won't...

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