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Cinquain Pain Poems | Cinquain Poems About Pain

These Cinquain Pain poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Pain. These are the best examples of Cinquain Pain poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Closed Eyes

                             We seem
       To walk through life with our eyes closed
                        Oblivious to pain 
                        That stays away 
                              From us

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans
2012
Reverse Cinquain

Copyright © Brenda Meier-Hans | Year Posted 2014


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Shades of Red


Red-faced
boys, ruby hearts,
your blushing smiles absorb 
an ache buried within crimson
shadows.

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2015

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Easing Your Pain


anxious substernal pain a reassuring voice Paramedic skill, care, finesse relief Dedicated to Ontario’s first Paramedic (1985) who you want at your side if you’re sick, always at mine, my husband, James Ramage Written by Lee Ramage August 30, 2011 Constance La France’s contest “A Short Poem, Please” Placement: Third

Copyright © Lee Ramage | Year Posted 2011


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Schoolyard's Thug

Bully
A narcissistic, ignorant rat
He pushes kids into mud puddles
Keeping the weak ones frightened
Thug

Copyright © Ian Walker | Year Posted 2014

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Young Girls Pain

Love
Deceitful, wicked
Weeping, cringing, loathing
Things children shouldn’t feel
Hate
 
Intimacy
Repulsive, severe
Struggling, bleeding, collapsing
My pain continues unheard
Father
 
Hope
Abandoned, faulty
Hiding, listening, praying
Life is my suffering
Justice
 
Purpose
Forbidden, fruitless
Reeling, clutching, grinning
The agony has ended
Redemption

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Copyright © Anthony Lyrics | Year Posted 2011

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The Informed

Informed
What is it like
To know the truth apart
From all the devious scum liars
Hablo 
 

Copyright © Christopher Meyer | Year Posted 2014

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Obsession

         Obsession
Distorted, impassioned
Feeling, wildly, burning
Fearful, consumes, hungers pain
          Anxious 


Created on 12/24/14 for Dr. Mehta’s “Cinquain” Poetry Contest – Theme  - “LONGING”

Copyright © Earl Schumacker | Year Posted 2014

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This Song -Cinquain,Haiku,Cinquain

( Modern Cinquain/Haiku/Modern Cinquain) This song I hear in the Wind moves me sadly so much As the rain dresses the ground with Dead leaves Now the trees are bared Announcing the birth of white snow And the end of fall Right now There's only this cold Burning my heart so hard But soon I'll hear a brand-new song I know. Dorian Petersen Potter Aka ladydp2000 Copyright2007 September,24,2014

Copyright © Dorian Petersen Potter | Year Posted 2014

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It's pain, Intensified

I loved you once,
I love you still.
Always have,
Always will.

You took my heart,
And broke it to pieces.
Now all I have left,
Is pain that never seizes.

Copyright © Victoria King | Year Posted 2012

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Honor Life's Pain

Never
Never again
Shall I veer from life’s pain 
My honor relieves my conscience
Unveiled 

Copyright © Jane Bowen | Year Posted 2008

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Killer heels

Stiletto
Assassins’ choice
Agony-shaped elegance
Tiptoeing tortuously in killer
Heels

Copyright © Nigel Fawcett | Year Posted 2015

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The Heart of the Man

The man, Van Gogh, seized passion with his heart.
With ordinary folks he did acquaint. 
Obsessed with failed success he lived apart.
When disappointment raged without constraint,
He left great art behind at death’s depart.



Copyright © Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen | Year Posted 2017

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One Prayer


                                                   “One Prayer”
It’s Christmas Eve and I sit here alone wondering if tomorrow really exists
Yesterday is the past and today is the present yet I feel already gone
Gone to a far-off land never see by anyone not even myself
Wondering why God has allowed me to survive this long with no purpose to live

Knocking on heavens door yet no one is there to answer
Banging on the gates before me yet no one has the key
Screaming for God to let me in yet ignored as usual
Crying rivers of acid streams for the sins I can’t erase

The bitter cold stings at my face as I walk towards tomorrow
A day I always pray will never come so my pain will finally end
Why God must you make me suffer here in a world I don’t belong?
Please take me away from this broken world so the suffering will finally cease

I’m not asking for forgiveness for the man I already am
I don’t want your arms around me to comfort me for this time only
I just want a life without demons haunting my every dream
Let one prayer be answered and let my life belong to the star’s above

Copyright © Brian Stoaks | Year Posted 2016