Poems about Tears

Poems About Tears (Expressing Your Emotions Through Poetry)

Poems about Tears are all about being yourself and expressing your emotions when due. This article aims at unveiling your emotions, reminding you that its okay to let those tears roll.

Poems about Tears

Poems About Tears

Everyone cries occasionally, so if you don’t already, you should. A healthy method to release bottled-up emotions is to cry. It is a sad reality that lots of kids get teased for crying. Adults who have been taught that crying is inappropriate could suppress their own emotions.

Emotions that are not allowed to release tend to leak out in other areas of their lives. The ability to express our emotions whether alone or in communication with others is necessary for a happy life.

In this article, we have carefully compiled a list of amazing poems about tears to help you express your emotions and have a feel through poetry.

1. Tears, tears go away by Stephany Manfull

Why must you come back almost every day?
You remind me of my pain.
You remind me of my past.
Why can’t you go away?
Just let this happiness last.

Tears, Tears Go Away
Tears, tears flowing so fast,
You’re telling the story of a child in the past.
She’s stuck with the memory of what has just happened,
Praying to God one day she won’t be broken.

The bruises, the scars,
The ones that will never heal.
She grew up thinking that’s how you need to feel.

This little girl,
Not sure about life,
Cut after cut
Then took her life.

Tears, tears come as she leaves this world
“So young, so happy” for all they know.
Beaten as a child,
Not loved all her life,
Backstabbing friends.

Oh wait that’s my life….

2. Wondering Why Am I Here by Raymond Martineau

I lay in bed alone at night and wonder why I’m here.

I do so much for everyone.

Why don’t they show they care?

I met this girl who said she loved me,

something I haven’t heard in so long.

She used me for my money;

what a ride she took me on.

There is so much hurt I feel, so much anger trapped inside.

Sometimes I wish my dad were here, but to me he’s not alive.

I have no one to talk to.

These drugs seem to be the only way.

Turns out it’s a lie just like the smile I put on each and every day.

I know outside I’m smiling; it’s the face I fake for you,

But inside my soul is crying and there is nothing I can do.

I know my family loves me.

I’m there when their decisions are poor.

I’m sick of feeling like this walked on rug thrown upon the floor.

I lay in bed and wonder what the hell I’m doing here.

Can I wake up from this dream?

Can I please just disappear?

3. Lost by Sarah Boston

The darkness surrounds me.
It’s getting so cold.
I’m all alone
With no one to hold.

My world is so empty.
All that’s left is pain.
No sunshine to light my way,
Just never-ending rain.

I drown in tears.
My heart is crying.
No one seems to notice
My soul is dying.


4. Let It Rain by Justin Raphael Lopez Gutierrez

Clouds of thunder, pouring rain,
The hurt I feel, the throbbing pain.
Droplets trickling down my face.
Shall rain give me this one embrace?

Drenched and cold, my biggest fears,
Not by the rain but by my tears.
When will this storm come to an end?
Embrace me rain, my only friend.

5. A Mother’s Cry by Shirley J. Stankiewicz

Colors of dark grey and black fill the world in which I live
No other feeling could possibly be worse than this
Where once was a room filled with laughter and cheer
Now stands loneliness, emptiness, and despair.

Memories of you seem to creep around the corners of my mind
Endless haunting images of your face that won’t decline
An overwhelming of emotion that my body can’t contain
Fills my soul with unbearable grief, sorrow, and pain

Oh, how I long to hold you in my arms just once more
And tell you that things will be again, as they were before
But, as reality sinks in, I know that will never be
For the choices that I’ve made in my life have sealed our destiny

No one could ever fathom how wretchedly my heart aches
And how I greatly regret that you’ve had to pay for my mistakes
If I could go back in time, and change only one wrong that I’ve done
I’d go back to the hour, to the second, on the day I lost you.
My Son.


7. Wanting To Feel Something by Joyce Alcantara

Have you ever held in pain to the point where it seemed like you didn’t care?

You could’ve sworn you were crying,

But when you went to wipe tears away there was nothing there?

Going through life empty,

Just letting the world pass you by.

Numb to any feelings,

Just wishing you could die.

See I feel like this daily.

So lost I don’t know what to feel.

When in fact I do feel pain, I can’t believe that it’s real.

So as I lay my head down tonight,

I close my eyes and pray.

I pray that God will give me guidance and to maybe feel some day.

8. I Hate To Cry by Elizabeth McCrorie

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

I hate when I cry.
I hate when I’m scared.
My life is going by
I can’t feel anything, anywhere.

I’m sad and depressed
I’m weak an abused.
I’m told I’m bad.
I just don’t know what to do.

“I don’t want your help”
But I don’t want to cry.
“Leave me here”
“Just say good-bye!”

“So you’re gone….?”
“Good riddance” I say!
I guess I’m going to cry for
Just one more day!


9. Sometimes I Feel Like Crying by Allissa Thornburg

But I have to be honest
I really just don’t know how

My heart aches
For yet another break

I lie alone
Silent but awake

Next to me you sleep
And I finally begin to weep

I am afraid you will hear
Because you seem so near

But distant you remain
And again I lie in pain

Sometimes I feel like crying…

But I have to be honest
I really just don’t know how.

It is advisable to shed a tear to two once in a while, let go of all the pain and emotions and cry for a while, Crying sometimes helps you ease the pain, but it is important to note that we shouldn’t dwell on the problem and cry forever.

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