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Burden Poems - Poems about Burden

Burden Poems - Examples of all types of poems about burden to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for burden.
You let me take the burden and now you resent me
...In the realm of shadows, where secrets reside, A tale unfolds, of joy and pain combined. A burden so heavy, upon thy weary soul, Where once you leaned, now resentment uncontrolled. Oh, life's c......Read More
Categories: burden, abuse, anger, appreciation, emotions,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Imperfections
...youth, where imperfections trip upon each other and opportunist peers joyfully celebrate the folly - glass tree houses be damned... and - a spun bottle breaks blood brotherhoods where fragile ......Read More
Categories: burden, life,
Form: Free verse
Europe' cold heart
...Europe's cold heart Evening storm, brown leaves, torn torn lose from the mother tree blows heather and dither, if lucky, lands huddled in a backyard corner I think of Macron, yes him, the pr......Read More
Categories: burden, absence, anger, angst,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Son Of God
...Lok at me, and look at me again, do look again, now look deep within I smile through tears, I bear all your pain! trust in me and let me wash your sins, cross I carry is of your burden blood y......Read More
Categories: burden, baptism, blessing, child, evil,
Form: Terzanelle
Young Carers
...Tender hands ,soft cheeks ... setting the table with food, made by their little hands, caressing the hair of their mom, while wiping the corners of the mouth, gently feeding their mom the deli......Read More
Categories: burden, appreciation, children, mother,
Form: Free verse

Phantom Grasp
...My ears had shrivelled A soothing voice I’ve only felt In dreams of mine before this yet Before the night I’ve always kept Fell upon me “Have you forgotten how we spoke before? Have you forgo......Read More
Categories: burden, fantasy, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
The Open Door
...He stood in front of the open door pacing upon down the fifth floor with hands rubbing into each other and eyes penetrating the hill. He was sending a silent message to universe to reverse the dreadf......Read More
Categories: burden, abuse, age, change, child,
Form: Narrative
Font Din Black
...Font Din Black so u real??? Warning! The following choppy, batty, dopey: elegy = flaky, goofy, history: iffy, jumpy, kooky: loopy, matty, nappy, nippy, sketchy material prone to find the r......Read More
Categories: burden, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Being Alone
...Being alone ain't hurt so much Even, longing the warmth of touch For there is not a single night And tomorrow, there is light Lay down your burden on the sky And doze yourself with a lull......Read More
Categories: burden, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lifting the lid
...Started shielding myself a long time ago as a useful tactic to not burst and overflow Intentionally kept a lid on any emotion as told myself not to make a commotion What used to work before......Read More
Categories: burden, encouraging, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
...Listen to the racket of resounding lies that reverberate within your polluted mind, where another truth is battered and dies. I have dragged out the casualties of ethical beliefs, and with disg......Read More
Categories: burden, abuse, anger, corruption, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...I’m tired. When I say that, people ask me, “How much sleep did you get?” They tell me, “Go to bed earlier then!” I joke and say that I try, or I lie and say about 6 hours. But in reality, I ......Read More
Categories: burden, angst, cry, for teens,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member There's More That Falls Below the Iceberg
...Does my head in the guillotine promptly paint me guilty? My last meal, a full plate of your golden excuses But any attention means so much to me We’re going in circles, But feel free to say yo......Read More
Categories: burden, absence, extended metaphor, friend,
Form: Free verse
Keep It Simple
...If you tell me what you need we can work out a plausible deal, if you tell me what you want we can solve this historical debacle in an unprecedented miracle. You have been running around the wor......Read More
Categories: burden, appreciation, arabic, business, change,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Stars of Clarity
...Clarity, clarity, surely clarity is the most beautiful thing in the world, A limited, limiting clarity I have not and never did have any motive of poetry But to achieve clarity. George Oppen <>...Read More
Categories: burden, analogy, perspective, poetry,
Form: Rhyme

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