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Poem Details | by Sanderline Fleury |
Categories: betrayal, care, career, change, childhood, confusion, courage, cry, depression, discrimination, faith, feelings, forgiveness, girl, grief, growing up, inspiration, jealousy, judgement, loneliness, lonely, strength, suicide, teen, teenage, truth,

read this please

They hate you because your you
They make up lies and call it true
They're fake behind your back
Hoping someday that you'll crack.

They hate you because your real.
no matter what they say you always heal
They're surprised to see you rise,
That you're not affected by all these lies

They hate you because you smile at them
It shows them that your a real gem
You are always true and do your best :)
Sometimes these haters just cant test

They hate you for no reason
Despite it all, you smile
whatever the reason
At the end of the day
All i'm gonna say
All i plan to be 

-Sanderline Fleury :)

Poem Details | by Brandon Basson |
Categories: angst, death, forgiveness, peace, sad, sorry,

Last breath

Please forgive me
for i know not what i do

Poem Details | by Constantinos Grigoriadis |
Categories: fantasy, happiness, life, love, passion, sympathy, universe,

The universe close to me

I was not alone inside my loneliness
I had company, stars flowers and birds
But when you came in my life
I saw the universe close to me.

Copyright Constantinos Grigoriadis © All rights reserved

Poem Details | by Chris Day |
Categories: anxiety, death, fear, mother, mother son, sad, suicide,

Dead Mans Eyes PTSD

Do you ever see me?

I see you every night. 

I see your lifeless body under the street lights. 

I hear you mom screaming let him be alright. 

I see the gunshot wound going through you like butter with a knife. 

You blood keeps pumping with no end in sight.

You stair at me with a look of dead eyes. 

You ask me for help, but why?

I didn’t make the choice to take my own life!

Then the look I’ve never seen comes across your eyes. 

It’s like I can see the soul of a man I’ve never met until tonight. 

I see the pain and heartache you’ve had to survive. 

Tonight is the night I’ve seen a a dead man eyes. 

By Chris Day

Poem Details | by Lotti Dah |
Categories: death, depression, life, sad,

35 Seconds to Suicide

This is battle…This is war.

Escape is just beyond this gate.

All good girls go to heaven.

The blade is ready, the blade is keen.

Everybody must demean.

I’d be alive if they only knew 

My problems are too hard to fix. 

Life is everything but sturdy.

Life is the lock, death is the key. 


Poem Details | by Rene' Bennett |
Categories: angst, death, loss, october,

October Rain

I remember the tears
with yesterdays pain
that dreadful year
of October rain

Darkened skies
with clouds of grey
gloom which followed

Hidden in shadows
fate lurked at me
a game of life
which took three

With each breeze
of passing wind
fate just laughed
at me again

Cold wet rain
stained my face
salty tears
I could taste

As I looked
up to the sky
I could not help
but wonder why

My soul screamed
with terror and pain
that dreadful year
of October rain


Poem Details | by Jason Crump |
Categories: art, confusion, death, lost love, love, me, smile,


As I wake every morning to the sound of no you
My heart falls away.
I need you in my arms
My life
My soul has no reason to stay
Youll never know how much I love you
Youll never see your place in my heart
Youve touch me like only angel could
This is not your fault
I still dream about you every day
and wish to have you in the worst way
But we are so far apart.
So as I lie down tonight I think only of you
Your smile and your love
has made me a foul.

Your smile has made me.


Poem Details | by Tyffani Paceley |
Categories: sympathy,

What You've Done

What you did, what you've done
What you said, what I heard
What you taught me, what I learned
Oh how you loved, Oh how I hated
Oh how you said I would always regret it
How you screamed, how I cried
How I believed, how you lied
How you killed me, how I died
Do you love me? Do you not?
Forgive you? I cannot.

Poem Details | by Tyffani Paceley |
Categories: death,

Only for the Moment

I lay to sleep
I dream of you
Then I wake up
But there's nothing I can do
I know it's unreal
I know you're not there
I try to remember
The moments we shared
Even though you're gone away
In my heart is where you'll stay

Poem Details | by scott moebius |
Categories: death,


i should have already died 
too long i cried 
cause of the pain inside
its unbearable 
cause my shattered heart is unreparable 
im unable to remain sane
they r drilling crap into my unstable brain
im going insane 
and u still think im to blame
why havent i already died 
i guess hard enough i have not tried 

Poem Details | by Judith Angell Meyer |
Categories: death, peace, sister,


The surrounding night
wraps itself around my sleeping senses,
and awakens them.
Sitting on the edge of the bed,
I stare out the window
into the deep velvety darkness.
In the other room my sister sleeps — 
Sleeping the sleep of a soul
preparing for life after death.
I notice a small glow out back by the trees,
then another, flashing on and off.
I watch their waltz in the night,
against the dark trees, by the garden,
making a halo around the house.
My sister’s light
still shines.
And finally I sleep.

Poem Details | by Judith Angell Meyer |
Categories: death, husband, loss, sad, lost, lost, sleep,

January 1, 2007

My list is long today.
But the voice says sleep --
Don't engage,
Don't create,
Don't make the bed --


Begone sunshine.

My mind falls to empty thought --
Is this dementia?
Will my mind curl up
     and sleep to death?

Will I follow my mother into the depths
     of lost thought and fabricated reality?

Will I know my husband
     when I see him again?

Will I even find him?


The depression lulls me back into myself
     dulling the memory of lost tomorrows,
          begun today,
               nine years ago.

Poem Details | by Neldy Jolo |
Categories: conflict, cry, death, emotions, evil, fire, funeral,


This is a tragedy
A tragic in the history
MH a Malaysian Hospitality
Ended in a catastrophe
Another date of unhappy

July 17 you flew from Amsterdam
MH 17 you are proud flying no harm
Boeing 777 is your airplane
You are shot down in Ukraine
That’s in the Russian border
In the conflict zone it happen

Malaysians are shock
Everyone felt struck
And we mourn the attack
Crying your luck

Your destiny hack
Before MH370 is back
You come with a shock
Suppose Kuala Lumpur is your last track

Kota Kinabalu (18 July)

Poem Details | by KEWAL PRASANT |
Categories: eulogy, god, goodbye, memory, missing you, obituary,


O dear lord! You are found guilty of unjust,
It is not only his kin, whose heart is heavy with pain , but his whole family of aficionados,
What made him famous, took his life,
What he loved , took his life.
O dear lord! You are found guilty of unjust.

You were the life and soul of the series,
You made the fans adore the movie,
Today, when you are not around,
The movie is not the same anymore,
Your bereavement is strongly felt,
Tears dropping from our eyes is a prove of what you meant to us,
I can not resurrect you but your indelible memories surely is imprinted on our mind.
It is never goodbye! Paul 
It's never.

Poem Details | by KEWAL PRASANT |
Categories: eulogy, goodbye, i miss you, memory,


O dear lord! You are found guilty of unjust,
It is not only his kin, whose heart is heavy with pain , but his whole family of aficionados,
What made him famous, took his life,
What he loved , took his life.
O dear lord! You are found guilty of unjust.

You were the life and soul of the series,
You made the fans adore the movie,
Today, when you are not around,
The movie is not the same anymore,
Your bereavement is strongly felt,
Tears dropping from our eyes is a proof of what you meant to us,
I can not resurrect you but your indelible memories surely is imprinted on our mind.
It is never goodbye! Paul 
It's never.

Poem Details | by Roman Chebukin |
Categories: death, funeral, hope, life, loss, love, peace, sad, teen, uplifting,

Take The Next Step

Im gone, im leaving now, 
Taking one last breath I remember my vow.
You holding my hand so gently,
Your tears falling, and kissing my lips so greatly. 

I look into your eyes while my life flashes before my eyes,
My hand on my heart feeling the way it dies.
I manage to squeeze one last request out of my depth, 
I take you hand and tell you to take the next step.

Poem Details | by Poet Shi |
Categories: death of a friend,

RIP Mr Robin Williams

Funny indeed you were,
you touched each and 
everyone of us with your 

We're still in disbelieve 
that you passed away,
a tragic end to one of 
the best comic alive.

You made us cry in 
laughter, now we cry 
in tears...

Remembering all them 
years of joy when you 
blessed us on the screen.

Now we pray to God 
to bless you, may he
have mercy on you...

And fill the heavens 
with your laughter, 
like you did here on 

Cause truly you are 

Rip Mr Robin Williams.

Written by: Poet Shi

Poem Details | by john mcgrath |
Categories: confusion, death, fantasy, father, inspirational, mother,



Poem Details | by Chris Henriquez |
Categories: cry, dark, death, depression, hurt, imagination, stress,

Mind torture

Does anyone else's mind torture them like mine does every single  moment of living. It whips me with terrible thoughts that leaves gashes that never heal. They get infected overthinking is the infection. It burns, it makes me cry so much. I need medicine, she is my medicine but she has her own wounds so I don't take you. So the wound stays infected and ends up killing me slowly and painfully every single moment.

Poem Details | by Matthew Anish |
Categories: holocaust,

Winds near Heschel's Grave

Stark winds blowing across the fields and streets 
The grave of that honorable rabbi is covered with leaves
Very difficult to live up to such piety 
But some grasp that the essence is what must be grasped 
    Instead of the "outer shell"
As I pick up a pen 
   to express myself 
I must tell you 
Fanaticism is not good - not good at all

Poem Details | by shaunda lindsay |
Categories: animal, betrayal, child abuse, death of a friend, horror, pets, sick,

No Rabbit For Me Please

I had a little bunny
honey was her name

She was so cute and funny
till I clubbed her in the brain

So sad I had to eat her
but I'm really not to blame

Was the doings of my daddy
and his sickly little games

I had to hang my bunny
in the killing tree

She kicked and screamed so madly
till my mind went free

I cut her throat and peeled her
but I wasn't really there

That's the story of my bunny
my lifeless skinless little hare

Have you ever heard a rabbit scream? 

It sounds just like me

Poem Details | by Maz Zie |
Categories: age, boyfriend, death of a friend, heartbroken,

Wonderful man

In my old room
Brings back thoughts of you
And the sweet, pure Love we once knew
Before the world disappointed & rejected
Thoughts of fairy tales, Princes
And starting anew 
In my old room 
But in a much different place
Thinking seriously of babies 
And time and space 
Now, I'm glad I waited to get married
Because you're gone & buried 
And I know I'm almost ready
For a man that's an adult
& Wants a family 
I'm so Sorry
You're gone and it didn't work out
But I thank you for all the Time 
& blessings I couldn't have done without 
Love you but I've fallen again
With an angel that's here on Earth 
Another wonderful Man

Poem Details | by Gary Fields |
Categories: death, hope, life, lost love, religion,

Faith In Jesus


He is not the reason'
            - Fore -
We do go by the way'
          It is not..
His full intention
        That we should
            Go astray!
And on that Day
         Of Judgement
He did Beacon me
With that Scepter of Light
For all intensive purposes'
It was solely to keep me
Threw the Darkness' of
         The Night..
To seek Him threw
     His Kingdom
And let Thy Will be done
Where the Door is always' open
And Salvation is with-in sight
Fore He is the Only One
Both the Father and the Son


Poem Details | by Bernadette Spencer |
Categories: death, loss, sad,

Devastation ..."ectopic pregnancy"

Ectopic it was
Tormented my mind
Obstacle of hardship
Pain (that  is deep and buried within my soul)
Initial shock

Precious gift was taken from me
Remembered( you will always be with me)
Endless emotions
Grieving (was all I could do)
Never  had the chance to hold you
Never to hear your cry
Crying over you is all I could do
Year has past and it's your birthday

This is dedicated to my unborn child that I shall never forget and continue to walk  
with in my heart and thoughts everyday of  my days.....
"God Bless"

Poem Details | by Mafata Dunbar |
Categories: grief,


To be called a refugee is one 
thing but to be ask why you're a 
refugee is the hardest question 
to answer.