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Famous Sad Poems You Must Read and Share Today

Famous Sad Poems You Must Read and Share Today.

Sad Poems: Sad Poems are poems that deal with sadness. It narrates the story or expresses one’s sad feelings in a poetic manner. Almost everyone who writes poems has written poems about sadness. Do you want to read them? Keep reading this article.

Famous Sad Poems You Must Read and Share Today

A sad poem can offer a whole lot of comfort to those who are grieving. They can be shared with others who are also suffering as they express words and feelings that are sometimes difficult to express on your own.

Read my love hurts, sorry, and breakup love poems compilation. Melancholy love poetry can describe the pain and pleasure of love, as this lost love poem does.

1. Shroud of Grief

Death is like a cold, gray shroud.
It lays heavy on my shoulders,
and wraps me in its comfortless embrace.

By Kelly Roper

2. Lost Without You

Map without compass,
night sky without the North Star,
I’m lost without you.

By Michele Meleen

3. She Won’t Cry

You see the pain that lies in her eyes,
But, alas, her eyes are dry,
She won’t cry.
No, she won’t cry.

You see the anger that burns from her gaze,
The madness that sets her eyes ablaze,
She won’t cry.
No, she won’t cry.

You see the fear that closes her eyes,
The smile she wears is but a disguise,
She won’t cry.
No, she won’t cry.

You see the hope that is finally dead,
She cannot trust for her heart has been bled,
She won’t cry.
No, she won’t cry.

You see the love that lies within,
But she shall never love again,
She won’t cry.
No, she won’t cry.

You see death’s hand that has glazed her eyes,
No one saw her die inside,
They won’t cry.
No, they won’t cry.

by Jppoet

4. Angel Teardrops

My guardian angel, once careless and free,
flew into the clouds and lost touch with me.
Her tears were cold and wet, falling on my face.
Her smile had left us without a trace.

Her angelic lips quivered, frozen and scared,
I felt rain clouds visiting, and had to prepare.
I knew that angels, often content,
were very special presents that God had sent.

To see one so sad,
so afraid,
so alone,
had made me weep while the cold winds had blown.

Her wings lost feathers,
comforting and soft,
falling from the stars,
floating aloft.

Her pain was felt throughout the land,
to feel true misery is impossible to stand.
I prayed so that when her hurting stops,
I’ll be able to taste the angel’s teardrops.

By Kathleen Sheppard

5. Alone

I am alone,
so very alone

I hurt,
so very bad

I am ignored,
just thrown aside

I am security,
for others to have

I am lonely,
there is no one close,
no one sees the pain

I cry,
hope is gone

I am alone,
and no one knows

By Stefani Baucom

6. Reality

Death, departure, walk away, walk out
Should I or should I not pout

Family and friends
Lovers and one-night stands

I have loved, lost and lived
How do I trust, how do I love again

I should move on, it’s all in my past
But my pain remains, continues and lasts

This pain lingers in my heart, mind and soul
Damn it – why is this world so cold

How can I have faith in God and family
When people I love are taken from me

Where can I find true and loyal friends
I’m sick of the lies, fights and revenge

Hurt continuously, hurt at a young age
How do I love again with all of my rage

How do I get past all of this, show me a sign
So I can leave my sadness, pain and crying behind

By suthern

7. And Yet I Die

I see the stars sparkling so bright,
Within the moon kissed sky.
I hear the lark so sweetly sing,
Amidst the morning dawn.
I smell the flower full in bloom,
And see their royal pomp.

And yet some place so deep within,
I’m shrouded and I’m closed.
The brilliance there I can’t see,
In mists of misery.
Enshrined inside, unable thus,
To touch the warmth without.

I gaze upon this passion spent,

And yet . . . Inside I die.

By Marilyn

8. The Lie

Woke up this morning
Trying hard to hide my melancholy
I joined you for breakfast
And we continued our lie

Every day it is similar
You are cheery
And so am I
Our terrible lie

Can you imagine a time
When we awoke and did not speak
Realizing our moods would cause tension
Tension caused by too little life?

I do wish sometimes
As I leave for work sullenly
Dreading the day already
Weeping far within

The lie, terrible and unending
Would cease to be
And I would know the real you
And you the real me

But, the lie drags on for now
For it is not written in the stars
And perhaps it will never be
I am my own companion

The dreaded truth
Gathered in a lifetime
Sentenced for an eternity
Realized too late

By Wikket

9. Eternity

Wandering in darkness grope,
Finding not a glimpse of hope.
Fingers touch to find my way,
Each foot fall, my heart betrays
The fear which drives me through the day.

Suddenly the ground is lost,
Flailing arms as body’s tossed.
Splashing down in crimson pool,
The warm embrace is much too cruel,
I curse this lowly, wretched fool.

Floundering in this self made hell,
Warmth increasing as I dwell,
Within the confines I create,
Screaming as myself berate,
Giving in to this, my fate.

By Marilyn

10. Sean

I wanted to kiss the bundles of starsin your face

I wanted to smooth therough edges of your skin
weaved with mine so full of hidden pain and
boyish innocence

I wanted to melt into your
warm white walls I didn’t want to leave you

the heavens watched us
while we slept in those cold
January nights

angelsfull ofenvy above us

I suppose they wanted you
to become a fleeting blotch
of red in my heart

I suppose the whispers of fate decided to change us

I didn’t want to leave you

I always tasted the
sweetness of your skin
as if for the last time

with gentle fingers
and sleepy eyes we fell in love

I always tangled the
stars in your hair
I always kissed
the scars on your hands

as if I knew we were going to die
the angels have you now

the man I loved and I have
sorrow and one million pictures of you
lodged in my chest

By jenawin

11. If These Walls Could Talk

If these walls could talk,
you’d know my body is dead,
my mind has been taken over,
that’s why I am so scared,
I can’t control it,
anger is making me blind,
I’ve been left here on my own
chained to a hate of some kind.
If these walls could talk.

If these walls could talk,
you’d know about my fears,
about all those nights I screamed for help,
about all my fallen tears.
You’d know about the demons
haunting me at night,
you’d be able to help me
keep my fire alight,
if these walls could talk.

If these walls could talk
they would say that it’s all right,
God sends His angels
to look over me at night.
They’d encourage me,
say though I am alone
it doesn’t mean I’m on my own.
He watches me, from above
and showers me with all His love,
if only these walls could talk.

by Christelle Duvenage

12. After the Funeral

The funeral is over,
And everyone has gone home.
It’s just me and my thoughts now,
And I’m sitting here alone.

The house seems so quiet,
and I’m not sure what to do.
I can’t remember how I lived
Before the day that I met you.

Maybe I should just stop thinking.
And take myself to bed.
I’ll crawl beneath the covers,
And lay down my weary head.

Tomorrow is a new day,
The first of many that I’ll face
Without you here beside me,
Without your strength, your wit, your grace.

I’ll try to carry on
Or at least I’ll try to exist.
Until one day you reach for me,
And guide me into death’s mist.

By Kelly Roper

13. Tears on My Pillow

Tears on my pillow,
I can’t count how many I’ve cried.
I feel so awfully hollow,
Almost like it’s me that died.

How long will I feel so empty,
Will this heartache ever end?
How long will I have to wait,
Until we meet in Heaven, my friend?

By Kelly Roper

14. Conversation Interrupted

There’s so much left unspoken,
Too soon for our conversation to end.
I thought we’d have so many more years,
And so much more time to spend.

I wasn’t finished with my “I love yous,”
I had a million more to go.
You were my life, my lover, my friend,
And I wanted you to know.

I’m not ready to let you go
Off into that brilliant light.
I’d rather have kept you here with me,
And hung on with all my might.

But it’s too late, death has stolen you away
And there’s nothing left I can do.
So I’ll have to be patient until the day comes
When I can talk again with you.

By Kelly Roper

15. Death Has Parted Us

Death has parted us my dear,
Something no mortal could do.
And I am left behind now,
Feeling oh so lost and blue.

No more will I rise each morning,
To see your dear, sweet face,
To hear you say good morning,
And fold me in your embrace.

We’ve kissed our final good night,
And we’ve said our last goodbye.
And now there’s nothing for me to do
But remember you my love, and cry.

By Kelly Roper

16. Untimely Death of a Child

A life so young and full of hope,
Cut down in its shining prime.
The death of a child never seems right,
A child should have so much more time.

A child should laugh and play and sing,
Not listen to the death knell ring.
Oh death, you are a heartless thing
To steal the life of a child.

By Kelly Roper

17. When Is It Time?

When is it time to say goodbye,
To all the love I’ve known,
When is it time to end your pain,
And leave me all alone?

I’ve watched you on your good days when
I feel your strength renewed;
But shortly after little ups,
The down days then ensue.

We ride this roller-coaster of
Emotions as we try,
To make it through another day,
And yet, I can’t deny …

That as I look into your face
On days that have been bad,
I see a look that beckons me
It’s tired, and hurt, and sad.

The little spark I used to see
Behind those loving eyes,
Is growing ever clouded
By life’s cruel inhumane side.

I try to see beyond the pain
You feel with every step;
And softly whisper to myself
This may get better yet.

If I can bear to watch you
Just another day or two;
I justify my reasons to
Ensure I cling to you.

For letting go is harder for
The person left behind;
It means that if I let you go,
I cannot turn back time.

Back to the days I long for now,
When you were full of life;
And every day held promise,
And our futures, clear and bright.

But now the lights are darkening …
We take it daily now;
I cannot see our futures clear
Or think beyond this cloud.

I think the hardest part in this
Is never knowing why,
I have to be courageous
And I have to say goodbye.

For if I let myself admit
It’s time to let you go;
I’d have to face reality
Without you … but I know …

That soon I have to face the
Final outcome that I dread,
And holding on will only serve
To hurt you in the end.

You’ve given such unselfish love
For all our time in life,
But if I hold too tightly,
You’ll not move t’ward the light …

On to a better life, where you
Can once again be free,
Of all the pain and discomfort
That holds you here to me.

So if I find the courage just to say
This last farewell,
I hope you will forgive me for
The time it took me; still …

I’ll hold with me, the memories
That in my heart remain,
Pray one day, down the road a’ways
… They’ll lesson my own pain.

By Kit McCallum

18. Dance of Terror

Window panes come crashing down
Amidst the tears and pain
Vanishing hopes are gone and flew away
Up above through twilight
Shadows cast across the floor
Reflections of the past
Trembling thoughts of one
Dwelling deep within the soul
A mystical sense of reality
Captured by the craze
All in bewilderment
Of the shock in the wave
Creatures of the dimness
Chattering amongst the green
Everything slows in stillness
What is this we see?

By Justbleu

19. I Thought We Had More Time

You brought me into this world,
And you raised me up strong.
I thought we had more time,
But I know now I was wrong.

If I could see you one more time,
See your much-loved face.
If only I could tell you thanks
And feel your sweet embrace.

Did you know how much I love you
Before you had to pass?
If we only had more time,
I wouldn’t have to ask.

Why did I have to wait?
You’re gone, and it’s too late.
I worry about you not knowing,
And my tears will not stop flowing.

Death snatched you away,
And I must bear my shame.
I can say I love you in my heart,
But it’s just not the same.

By Thomma Lyn Grindstaff

20. I’ll See You Again Someday

With your tail wagging
And your warm eyes so bright,
You were always happy to greet me,
Ever my heart’s delight.

I’ll no longer see you in this life
Tomorrow or today
But I know, somehow, some way,
I’ll see you again someday.

We’ll run straight to each other,
And my tears of joy will flow.
I’ll kiss your fur and sweet, wet nose
And never let you go.

For now, I have my memories,
Your toys and an old chewed shoe.
And I have a ragged hole in my heart
Shaped exactly like you.

By Thomma Lyn Grindstaff

21. Death’s Reality

The taker of life…
The bringer of sorrow…
The comforter of the afflicted…
The enemy of loved ones…
The ultimate destiny of every living being.D

By Kelly Roper

22. You Can Never Lose a Friend

Friendship surpasses time,
I’m sure I’ll find,
When I stop crying
That you’re still here
In heart and mind.

By Michele Meleen

23. Forever My Family

In life and death
we’re family.
Through thick and thin,
Happiness and grief.

Wherever you’ve gone,
I’ll try to see,
You are forever my family.

By Michele Meleen

People can actually grieve in different ways, and it can be hard to choose just the right words to express your sympathy and support. Whether you write a poem you wrote or send one written by someone else, make sure the sentiment rings fact. If the verse touches your heart, it will likely touch the heart of the person who is bereaved and bring a little comfort to ease her loss. Do well to share.

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