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Cry Poems

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And He Cried
by Paghunda Zahid

In front of impending disaster

He stood there

Right besides the operation theater

Watching his parents

going mad with pain

A thousand thoughts were flowing in his mind

What would happen



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For The Hell Of It
by Aska Makori

I know you don't love me and it's fine

But for this remaining time could you lie?

It's obvious you feel something for me

I know its not



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The Small Dog from Shansi
by William Kekaula

There was a scholar from Shansi City,
Miffed by folks he stayed in an priory,
Peaceful, but bothered by its many bugs,
So he bundled



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IN THOUGHT
by Martha Mwenda

I have lost myself trying to find a way to you,every time the memories arouse they engulf me in timeless fear,im trapped in a box



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For Granted
by Nadine Oraby

We take life for granted and we think we have forever, but we don’t.

We take our health for granted until we catch a cold,

People never



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Days That I Remember
by Michael Henry

Days That I Remember

 

There are days that I remember

And many I do not

Those happy days, those golden days

When I thanked god for my lot

When I



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I Like
by Aska Makori

I like

I like to walk alone

Because when I'm alone, I get to be me

I like to laugh alot

Because when I laugh, I mask my pain

I



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She has long hair
by William Jerome

She has long hair like silky milk as long  as a ladder that connects to a piece of mind. Her kiss is  worth murder without



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Growth
by Adelaine Lowe

Growth by Adelaine Lowe


For once I am happy

Yes, that may be true.

Still, nobody can bring me down

Quite like you do.

 

I will still cry I



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WIPING AWAY MY TEARS
by Twana Lawler

Wiping Away the Tears

I felt the brush of the wind against my face

That is when I was taken to that Holy place

My head bent low



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Why Should I?
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

WHY SHOULD I?

Why should I hold it in?
Is my heart an inn?
Why should I not say when I have been hurt?
Will you



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DO YOU?
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Do you see us when we cry?
When we try to hide our faces in the sand?
have you ever thought it through,
That these



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Sweet Architect
by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade

Sweet architect!
I hope you are listening to the clamors in my head
I hope you see the pain I feel in my chest
I



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oh ancient muses help me write
by Nadine Oraby

Oh Ancient Muses help me write,

For I need it now more than anytime;

Bring me diction and help me rhyme

I need to let out all that’s



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Anxious Paranoid
by Nadine Oraby

I am an anxious paranoid

My fear overwhelms my mind

My heart is filled with pain,

And I hear an inner voice

It is in my head and it



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The last time i talked about you
by Alishah Ali

I’m a stranger with so much to tell

I’m a loner with power of despair

I’ve been told to be kind and strong

That kindness cost me nothing



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Abandoned
by Debbie Walker

I’ve lost it all
Memories choke the breath that dies to cry for help
Into silence I've become
No one saves me from the wounded



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THE STING OF DEATH
by Tosanmi Gbenebitse-daniel

THE STING OF DEATH

Death why provoke us to tears?

There are lot of unfinished works

But still you pierce

What are these you have wrought?

 

Your unannounced visits can’t



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mama
by Juanita Smith

Mama is such a treasure,
Mama, that is the way you are.
The apple of my eye. 
The reason I don't cry.

A precious golden star<>



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Mundane Entity (ME)
by Juanita Smith

To be like me,
You will always be in tears
You will never be free
Your life will be haunted by your fears
You will



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LET THE CHILD OUT
by Bob Taub

LET THE CHILD OUT

 

My life was over before it started

I spent my childhood brokenhearted,

My parents didn’t treat me as they should,

When I was still in



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Too Late
by Jessie Bonful

loneliness fills me you

like a void, fills thy soul

when you lose what you love

things change

you don't want them to

but they always do

everything changes but you

when it



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As A Guy
by Jessie Bonful

I am no superman

And I know I'm nowhere near Captain Man

Nor am I as cute as Jace Norman

But at least I try

I don't lay on



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My Broken Heart
by Carol Bocchino

My broken heart And how I weep, I cry and cry Myself to sleep When I'm awake All through the day, My tears don't stop What can I say The teardrops fall Like pouring


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My Pain
by Sheikh Shadi Marjan

In the tears of the flute 
I have lose far beyond 
The tune of the flute is like the tune of my cry 
She is



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