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Emo Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Alone Flora Mack I do not know? emo, 5th grade, anger, betrayal,
The Golden Stairs Rona Olito Free verse anger, anxiety, depression, emo,
Inevitable Just Dylan Monoku angst, emo, fear, heartbreak,
A declaration for Charlie Christopher Nova Sonnet emo, angst, black love, cry,
April's 20th Christopher Nova Lyric black love, emo, for
So I'm her now huh Christopher Nova Ballad emo, black love, break up,
Lost One Christopher Nova Ballad emo, black love, boyfriend, break
Facebook As Confessional Minus Sexual Abuse matthew harris Bio emo, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Moolah Christopher Nova Ballad emo, black african american, black
Hope Apurva Prabhudesai Acrostic emo,
Tear john reed Blank verse dark, depression, emo, water,
Metaphor Contraptions Thalia Huevos Rhyme emo, 12th grade, art, confidence,
Lovesick Dues Ryan Federkiel Free verse blue, break up, emo,
NOT TO GRASP BUT TO UNCLASP Anisha Dutta Free verse emo, how i feel,
Departure Through Death Marissa Faries Free verse death, emo,
Premium Member Poem Running From Self Caren Krutsinger Dramatic Verse emo, 10th grade, 11th grade,
A Vain Manx M. L. Kiser Haibun animal, cat, conflict, emo,
Heavy Storm Ryan Federkiel Free verse anxiety, depression, emo, missing
The Child that I was Anoucheka Gangabissoon Free verse child, childhood, children, emo,
Phantom Fathom Kyle N. Sampson I do not know? conflict, dark, emo, leaving,
Secrets Ariel Davis Free verse emo, cry, dark, deep, depression,
The Worst Gift of All Theos Rewinder Blank verse anger, angst, depression, emo,
Darkness Is My Comfort Zone Micah Watkins Free verse cry, dark, emo, emotions,
Thanksgiving Flora Mack Free verse 5th grade, autumn, emo,
Tree Joslin Hartge Ghazal emo, 10th grade, appreciation, art,
Two Fires of Different Colors Reka Asedha Prose Poetry deep, depression, emo, lost
Ghosthunter Jack Webster I do not know? anxiety, dark, death, emo,
end it here Micheala Ruth September Free verse dark, deep, depression, emo,
Once a Day Ariel Davis Free verse addiction, dark, deep, emo,
To my abuser Ariel Davis Free verse emo, abuse, cry, deep, depression,
The Abyss laken smith Free verse deep, depression, emo, pain,
I'm only human Raven Venom Barriclow Dramatic Monologue emo, anxiety, boyfriend, crazy, dark,
Help Me Chase Dela Pena Free verse art, cry, emo, endurance,
Silver Glitter Eyeshadow Anthony Elle Free verse emo, adventure, allah, appreciation, best
Have Chase Dela Pena Rhyme emo, absence, blue, break up,
Absinthe Wendy White Free verse anxiety, deep, depression, emo,
Myth Or A Mystery Wendy White Free verse emo, abuse, allegory, analogy, anger,
Shadow Of Darkness Wendy White Free verse emo, anger, anxiety, break up,
The Stalker Wendy White Free verse emo, abuse, anger, anxiety, character,
A Witch's Plight Wendy White Free verse emo, angst, anti bullying, anxiety,
Mind out Chase Dela Pena Rhyme art, cry, depression, emo,
Silent Screams Natasha Prins Sonnet emo,
Premium Member Poem Anguish revenge The Brince Lyric anger, depression, emo, irony,
Ghost Klaudia Barylska Free verse beauty, deep, depression, emo,
Lines of red Klaudia Barylska Free verse cry, depression, emo, emotions,
Soulless Kable Brown Free verse dark, death, deep, emo,
the foilist John Beam Senryu character, emo, humor, introspection,
Premium Member Poem She Felt Hollow Caren Krutsinger Free verse death, depression, emo, feelings,
c u b 4 John Northcutt Young Rhyme emo, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Blessings of Xanax Kay McKenzie Blitz conflict, deep, earth, emo,

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Emo Poem Example

Her Masterpiece Is Her Story

Her paintbrush is a razor,
Her canvas, her wrists,
"I deserve the pain."
She shrugs and insists.

One day the brush will push down,
And it will cut so deep,
That this girl will fall
into an eternal sleep.

She doesn't remember how she started
What brought her interest to this,
How do you discover,
that cutting is your form of bliss?

No one would have guessed that she does it.
No one would have considered this one.
This girl is forever fighting a battle,
that she thinks the demons have won.

Her artwork is all over her,
Her beauty is on her thighs,
and if you look in her old trash,
you'll find her letters of goodbye.

Her masterpiece is quite disturbing,
Her masterpiece is a little gory,
Her artwork is her escape.
Let me tell you her story.

She compares herself to every person,
She is compared to each girl.
She thinks she's hideous,
And there's this boy that is her world.

She was bullied and picked on,
She was teased from head to toe,
Hard to believe that her best friend,
was her one and only foe.

Then later she disliked every little thing,
Her body, face and even her mind,
Soon she saw she was a failure,
and it was just in due time...

That this girl couldn't take it anymore
She'd decided she was done living this,
So one day she went home
and decided to end it.

Everyday for multiple days,
This girl would try to drown,
Hard to believe this girl at school,
never ever wore a frown.

Sometimes she'd just fall asleep crying,
Praying that she'd be enough,
Because she didn't want to leave her family.
She knew about their sweet love.

This girl found hope in small things eventually,
She soon would see this beautiful light,
and find a REAL best friend,
that helped her put up a fight.

Her masterpiece soon was leaving,
Her artwork was almost faded,
and it gave her a sick feeling,
the feeling of being jaded.

She found a boy that actually loved her,
And showed her love exists,
And this boy too had a masterpiece,
placed close to his wrists.

He related to her and she related to him.
She kissed his artwork and said he's not alone,
When she cut herself it hurt him,
Her masterpiece now wasn't just her own.

Her masterpiece effected others,
Her artwork wasn't just for herself,
She now had people, 
who saw her cries for help.

And then her family found out,
So then they saw the art too,
to them they were just scars,
To her they were the truth.

She's trying to be okay now,
She thinks she might survive,
Even though they didn't think
to take away the knives.

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