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Pain Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Pain Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Pain. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Pain poems written by international poets.


more by Kaitlyn Nelson
not worth the pain he caused
the troubles left behind
her problems couldn't be paused
she thought she was losing her mind

he took a part of her heart
even...

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Categories: break up,

Premium MemberThe Unseen Conflict by Eileen Manassian
The conflict that I’ll never let you see
Is one that rages here inside of me
I face the day and smile away the pain
Yet deep inside...

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Categories: conflict,



Healing Of Music by Nick Nguyen
Healing From Music

Dim so dim was the light that lead the way
Not a reflection but a shadow of what was;
Feeling resonating vibrations I may,
Because music...

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Categories: 12th grade, anger, anxiety,

Premium MemberThis Time of Year- For Jean Jack by Eileen Manassian
I smiled at you as you sang Christmas song
you stood enthronged by others, bringing cheer
my heart was sad; it thought of all that's wrong
and why...

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Categories: loss, mother,

Blood and Envy: A Cautionary Christmas Poem by Jude S. Walko
Blood and Envy - A Cautionary Christmas Poem
By Jude S. Walko 

Twas some time after All Hallows Eve.
The roof started to leak like a sieve.
But...

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Categories: boy, christmas, father son,

Death delivered, My nile river by Eirik Nelson
Sitting on the shower floor
Numb inside and not afraid
reflecting on the steelhead blade
soon I won’t feel anymore

I won't have to feel this pain
thoughts of living...

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Categories: dark, death, deep, gothic,

Premium MemberGiving Thanks-2-for someone special by James Inman
So sad, this year has naught in life to live.
I find it hard to grasp the thanks to give.

Yet, deep inside I know if I...

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Categories: thank you, thanksgiving,

Premium MemberELIXIR by Vee Bdosa
          Elixir
Sometime ago when you were bold
you dreamed your dream of earthly fare
expecting your life would...

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Categories: allusion, life,

Premium MemberDeath by Eileen Manassian
I wait for you to come with open arms,
for pain that flays and sears me will not cease
though once I feared you, now I see...

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Categories: death,

Cross Divisive Barriers by Leonard Dabydeen
We have to cross divisive barriers
When we wade through storms in togetherness;
Water rising like silent couriers
Brings our disposition from this madness.

Beyond much witless pride and...

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Categories: adventure, appreciation, confidence, dedication,

Premium MemberDoylestown Spring Rain by Vee Bdosa
DOYLESTOWN SPRING RAIN
I watch the sky begin to fill
with clouds that roll and pitch until
all Heaven seems so black and bleak
then lightning makes a sudden...

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Categories: rain, spring,

Premium MemberFree to Write by Eileen Manassian
why criticize when you don't even know
the pain inside I feel, I do not show
you just assume and think that it's alright
to voice opinions though...

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Categories: freedom, poetry, , literature,

Premium MemberALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS by Vee Bdosa
  ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
Abbreviated by an early autumn night
the summer, once tormented by a torrid sun,
relented to September, as if dying might
give reason to...

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Categories: autumn, change, farm, grandparents,

Death by Don Bukana
Sometimes i sit back and wonder if death is another natural thing or simply ultimate price which every human must pay for wronging The Almighty...

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Categories: adventure, africa,

A Velvet Agony by Mike Gentile
Your lips would shame the velvet, spun for kings
     Your eyes to blame, the daggers in my heart
The wait to taste...

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Categories: longing, love, romantic,

Premium MemberDEATH OVERRULES ALL JUDGMENTS HERE ON EARTH by Kim Rodrigues
Blank Verse

DEATH OVERRULES ALL JUDGMENTS HERE ON EARTH

In reign of terror, split, with holes and pain,
the sentinel, distained his fingers black.

The pools of sticky-red descend,...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberSweet Times by Janis Thompson
Sweet Times

Sweet is the taste of days from yesteryear
that haunt the heart so keenly they bring tears
to eyes which have seen sadness, joy and pain
as...

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Categories: age, memory,

Premium MemberFOREST GIRL by Vee Bdosa
    FOREST GIRL
I'd walk down through the forest in the rain
to see the girl in green and feel her pain
uncertain of her...

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Categories: confusion, culture, nature,

Premium MemberDeath Of Marie Antoinette by Vee Bdosa
 THE DEATH OF MARIE ANTOINETTE
 (MONSIEUR L'VAMPYRE)
Songwriters set their words about her style
and artists make pursuit to paint her smile
but all the light that's...

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Categories: absence, abuse, french, paris,

Premium MemberALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS by Vee Bdosa
      ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
Abbreviated by an early autumn night
the summer, once tormented by a torrid sun,
relented to September, as if...

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Categories: autumn, summer,