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Emotional Crying Poetry you will Love to Read and Share

Emotional Crying Poetry you will Love to Read and Share.

Crying Poetry: The ability to express our emotions whether alone or in communication with others is necessary for a happy life. I have made together with a collection of emotional crying poetry for your reading pleasure.

Most Emotional Crying Poetry you will Love to Read and Share

I know you feel there is no write up of any kind that will make him/her cry, but I bet you there is, just read these poems and share it with them

1. I Hoped

I hoped you’d be my last,
but you changed very fast.

I tried to be strong,
but I don’t know what went wrong.

I tried and tried, yet I failed.
You still left and set sail.

All we had turned to dust
while my heart started to rust.

By Marco Kirstein

2. The good flower

I don’t know how to say this.
There is a good flower, in the mist.
It runs around, and pound for pound,
Is the coolest, there is.

I see it from afar,
I look up at the stars
So far away, this is the day,
the good flower, raised the bar.

The flower is feeling lonely,
It bought a tv from sony,
it is time, to become a mime,
and made a friend named tony.

Raw Raw, says the flower
as its pedals turn a frosty white.
Come join me for some tea tony,
Hurry, come enjoy the delight.

Tony left one day, he ran away forever.
The flower turned and looked at me, and i said something clever.

I felt bad for the flower that day, its eyes were red from crying.
I wanted to help the flower but, he was close to dying.

I cried and cried, for my dear old friend.
The flower was so bright, it loved and it cared until the end,
my dear old flower was out of sight.

By Cale Lopez

3. Reality

Just saying your name makes me realize
how much meaning you add to my life
I watch your actions every day
and long to hold and kiss you when I’m awake
but reality dawns a rainy day
a world of fantasy and dismay

In my dreams I make you mine
I hold you ’til the end of time
but when I awake to find that you’re not there
my world is full of sorrow and despair
and reality, like a rushing wind, destroys my hope
my everything.

By Keioma Livan

4. Unhappy

I want to love again,
but my heart will not obey
I want to be happy,
but depression always occurs
I want to stop crying,
but my tears keep falling
I want to smile,
but a frown always appear on my face

By Monica

5. Hurting

Lying in bed, my eyes resisting to close.
Thoughts and anger I try to dispose.
Thoughts of you stain my mind.
So many questions with answers I cannot find.

Hurt and confused as to why.
You’d always say you love me, but that was a repetitive lie.
I gave you all my love, but it wasn’t enough.
Breaking my heart, you thought it made you tough.

I don’t know what it is that you gain
When you push me around and see me in pain.
Do you feel empowered? Do you feel strong?
What did I do to you that was so wrong?

You ripped and shattered my soul.
Now all that’s left of my heart is one giant hole.
Nothing but emptiness and darkness take its place.
My heart vanished without a trace.

By Kayla Marie

6. Let’s Go Back To The Beginning

It was never like this…
In the beginning all we did was laugh
Now that we are married it’s like we have to argue and that has to be part of our lives.
We have a son now, and look at us… I feel like we’re falling apart
Every day I hope it changes and we go back to how it was
But I guess those days are over and all we have left is the beautiful memories of the past.
Why do people go through this?
Is it just a test, or is it how it ends it all
How come we were not able to see this from the beginning?
That way we wouldn’t of broken our first son’s heart.

By Alhely J. Liceaga

7. Falling Apart

She wakes up every morning
to screaming and crying.
the tears are burning,
because of all the scratching.
she feels as if she is not needed anymore,
and is constantly punching the door.
her body hurts because of her broken heart,
of falling in love and then falling apart.
she wants him back,
but she thinks it won’t last.
only because it seems like he doesn’t want her anymore,
and now she wants to go through the floor.
you say you love her, but this is no way to prove it,
now the knife and her heart have met.
he played with her love like it was a game,
now it’ll never be the same!

By Ashley-Marie Krug

8. Questions

I always have these tears to cry,
and I’m left with all these wondering questions of why?
Why can’t we seem to get over the past,
and come together and be a whole at last?
Why won’t you at least try to believe what I say,
instead of just pushing me away?
Why do I keep putting myself out there,
and you don’t even seem to care?
I have these emotions I wish you would see,
so I wouldn’t be left with the questions of,
“Will he or won’t he?”
Will he ever love me like he used to,
and give me the things I once knew?
Won’t he see,
I feel I don’t know him anymore,
and let himself go back to how he was before?
Will I still hurt when I heal,
or will he finally let me feel?

By Raychel

9. Your Path, My Heartbreak

You are blinded by shame
For all, you have done
It hurts me so bad
That I was never number one.

I understand your pain
Or at least say that I do.
But really, inside,
I am just as lost as you.

You understand my pain
Or at least you claim that you do.
But how can you understand something
That you have never been through.

I try to accept your reasoning
Though my heart breaks in half
I know who is more important
You chose the right path

Still I can’t grasp this concept
Of you being gone
My feelings never die
I know this is wrong.

I say that I’d do anything for you
That’s a promise I can no longer make
Loving you is inevitable
It’s something that I can’t fake.

By Chantal Vincent

10. I Am Not Crying

my love is tiny well from it
that not great

my love is tiny
as shell

my friendship
as is real

certainly not pretended
don’t talk about it

because you will bore me
from the morning

my tear is always
wet my tear

is a bit salty
I will tell you

the truth darling
for me it isn’t

tasting therefore
I am not crying
I Am Not Crying

By Maria Barbara Korynt

11. A Victim Crying Out

I know I have a problem
It stems from my youth
For many years I tried to hide
Not wanting to deal with truth

You see in my younger years
I was molested
The pain he put me through
He should have been arrested

I know it was embarrassment
That keep me from speaking
But now I’ve reached the point
Crying out, it’s help I’m seeking

I need to rid myself of the pain
That’s been locked inside for years
I seem to find my own relief
At night through my tears

I love the quiet solitude
I love to be alone
When no one is around me
That’s when I feel most at home

I know if no ones near me
No one can cause me pain
I’ve had too many years of that
Too long I’ve played the denying game

All these years I have suppressed
The things that were done to me
Now I know I’m paying the price
In the mirror, pain is all I see

I know my past is the reason
My relationships have failed
I know if I had spoken up
Maybe that monster would be jailed

But I keep the pain locked inside
For only I held the key

There was so much I didn’t understand
Confusion was controlling me

But now you see the pains too much
It’s getting the better of me
At night I am tormented
The nightmares won’t set me free

I know that I need help
For I can’t take no more
I’d love to get myself a gun
Find him to even up the score

The pain is never ending
No matter what I try
There are days that I wish
I’d go to sleep and die

By Ray Hansell

12. Crying, Crying, Crying…

They’ve left they’ve left just up and gone
Taken by God above
Although I knew about His Son
I didn’t seek His love

Though He was God He came to earth
As mortal flesh and bone
His virgin mother gave Him birth
To change man’s heart of stone

He came to find the lost astray
Their sinful souls to save
To heal the sick and show The Way
To flee both death and grave

I know He went to Calvary
Wearing a thorny crown
Their King they nailed upon a tree
And dead they pulled Him down

I’ve read the Bible through and through
Wandering to and fro
Seeking and searching what to do
And where on earth to go

I’ve faith, knowledge, in bulk amassed
And now my eyes can see
But totally the moments passed
With those of Yours to flee

What can I do what can I say?
Who, which, whether or how?
Whatever now there’s just no way
Repentant knees to bow

“O God! Oh God, full of fear
Now all I do is cry
With You! Hope’s gone and left me here
Afraid to even die”…….

By Michael P. Johnson

13. Living Again

Running, running
far away.
Escaping dreams
of yesterday.
Faster, faster
there I go.
Forgetting things
you’ll never know.
Dying, dying
deep inside.
Find a place
for me to hide.
Catching, catching
up with me.
No more running
from reality.
Stopping, stopping
let me cry.
Finding a way
to say goodbye.

By Tina Manning Harding

14. The Hardest Thing I’ll Ever Do

The hardest thing I’ll ever do
Is let go of you
And look forward instead of back at my past,
I wonder how long this broken heart will last.
I guess everything you ever said was a lie,
So I’m going to move forward, or at least I’m going to try.
How many times can a heart crack before it shatters?
Or does it even matter?
I’ve sat and cried over you way too much,
Just wishing one more time I could feel your touch.
But you don’t care, and neither should I.
So I’m going to move on, or at least I’m going to try.

By Leal Ashae Sargent

15. Darkness

I wish this world of darkness would come to an end
I lost a girl, I lost a friend
I’d give it all back if I only could
I’ve said it a million times, I know I would
I miss her more and more every day
She’s gone, and my world is dark and grey
My life is a cloud of endless rain
I wish I could escape the endless pain
What’s the point of living if she’s gone
There is no sun, there is no dawn
In my endless world of darkness….

By Brendan Michael Pagano

16. Crying Into The Mask

We whom carried the mask from which each our grimace
and ‘God let it hide thine fine gray lines,
grace it hides on our cheeks
and blood red rubies our eyes pain plucked out.
This debt which we pay with beings human perfidy;
With their hearts torn out and of bleeding whom smiles,
but thee and it never stops with innumerable subtleties.
Why would the world being thus overwrite I you have,
By counting all our tears each star and light in the sky?
Nay, left them only see us, whereas,
We whom carry the mask.
We sing, but oh and l’ of clay mortar from dust is cheap;
thick red mud,
Under my feet, and a long time the thousands my many;
But leave the dream of the world dream it differently,
We whom carry the mask!
That built your dreams as the long wide leather it cracks
the picture now of silver bracelets, tarnished black.
Gold and silver they never were, made from blood.
Knowing not where you ever may go,
for so many were the welts on our backs, some carry.

By James McLain

17. Nobody Knows

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

Nobody knows I am crying.
They won’t even see my tears.
When they think I am laughing,
I wish you were here…

Nobody knows it’s painful.
They think that I am strong.
They say it won’t kill me,
But I wonder if they are wrong…

Nobody knows I miss you.
They think I am all set free,
But I feel like I am bound with chains,
Trapped in the mystery…

Nobody knows I need you.
They think I can do it on my own,
But they don’t know I am crying
When I am all alone…

By Azumi Zaima

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