Elizabeth McCrorie

    Poems by Elizabeth McCrorie

  • Let Me Dream

    • Published: January 2009

    in Dream Poems

    I've neglected and regretted
    All this pain.
    And today was filled with
    So much shame....

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    • Votes 202
    • Rating 4.15
  • The Circle

    • Published: December 2008
    Poem About Feeling Trapped And Stuck Within Yourself

    in Regret Poems

    You're moving,
    but not getting too far.

    The path you're on,

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    • Votes 46
    • Rating 3.74
  • The Edge

    • Published: July 2008
    Hurting From Mothers Death

    in Mother Death Poems

    It hurts,
    Every time the thought passes
    through my brain.

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    • Votes 114
    • Rating 3.97
    Latest Shared Story

    I just came on this site to get some comfort. My mom passed 3/19/12 and the 1 year anniversary is almost here. I feel it was like yesterday I saw her, an then I'll feel like its been...

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  • I Hate To Cry

    • Published: July 2008
    Trying to be Strong

    in Crying Poems

    "I'm not scared of anything"
    I wish my lie was true.
    I don't want help,
    "I don't need anything from you!"...

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    • Rating 4.20
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    man I'm about to cry that's really touching

  • Burn The Beauty

    • Published: July 2008
    Poem About Beauty

    in Dark Poems

    One does not own beauty,
    One creates it.
    In their dreams
    They feel they can obtain it.

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    • Votes 685
    • Rating 4.35
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    This is magnificent! Ever word is placed perfectly in place, and it's just so hauntingly beautiful! But beauty is in the eye of the beholder, as cliche as it sounds. But what defines...

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