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Sad Iambic Pentameter Poems

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

Premium Member Folly of a Lonely Man
Shall I dare to fall in love again?
Shall I dare to walk away?
Shall I dare to leave the world behind,
Or shall I bravely stay?

But for...

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Categories: longing, sad,

Premium Member An Incomplete Love Story
They met aboard a cruise one summer day;
     their days and nights were filled with ecstasies.

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Categories: love, sad love,

Years of Hurt
Whilst the majority of domestic violence perpetrators are men I am fully aware that men are sometimes victims as well, therefore this poem is written...

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Categories: abuse, anger, fear, football,

My mind is boggled down
My chest feels wrapped too tight,
Just wanna curl up in a ball
Sure as hell don't wanna fight.

I wanna lean back in...

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Categories: depression, sad,

My First English Poem
A Realization

Once upon a time, a baby was born
In a small town near the green mountains. 
He was living life off from thorn.
Blessed! But he’s...

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Categories: god, heaven,

Premium Member One and Only Hue

I stood atop a mountain, long ago,

               My breath gone, from...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, color, romance,

The holy city prized for ancient fame
With silent walls she wails in agony
For centuries ungodly conflicts reign
Her priests and prophets mourn captivity

Unqueened, for her ravished...

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Categories: city, jesus, jewish, sad,

Premium Member This Time of Year- For Jean Jack
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,

Premium Member Giving Thanks-2-for someone special
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 Member Death Invites No Fear
(blank verse)

Not long, but clear and strong, came Dad to me.
His death was tear-fresh grief most numbing new.
Dad's words steered me away from tragedy
And gave...

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Categories: death, fear, spiritual,

Beware of death
He creeps in like a thief unseen when dark
and steals the soul when fast asleep or sad,
His time can't be measured by heart or eyes,

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Categories: death, nostalgia,

Premium Member Sad Journeyman of Death
Sad Journeyman of Death

Sad journeyman of life’s unending tests
bides time in loathsome sojourn cross each dawn
respecting naught but future’s numbered breaths
a-weep upon the touch of...

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Categories: death, family, war,

Premium Member 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,

A Quiet Storm
     A quiet storm is raging in my head
The mangled thoughts, they churn out of control

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Categories: confusion, depression, lost love,

Jail House Laughter
Forded laughter, empty of mirth.
A pretense of amusement, empty of worth.

Jail house laughter, hard and brittle.
Louder than normal, but means so little.

Laughing just to keep...

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Categories: prison,

Premium Member God Knows Where I Am
My God knows where I am, my body, soul.
   He sees me now inside this deep, dark hole
imprisoned in these rooms and in...

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Categories: horror, mental illness, sad,

Premium Member Foreign Exchange Students

		The high-school kids who came from foreign lands
		to spend one year at my small school inspired
		us teachers. Their adaptability
		amazed me. It was clear they most...

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Categories: education, inspiration,

Premium Member Whore In the Fog
All evening fog is settled from the ground,
not right in where it goes, nor where...

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Categories: french, paris,

Premium Member The Ride
The old man looked a little out of place
Astride his pony on the carousel
A smile from yesterday across his face
As if he were entranced in...

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Categories: imagination, memory, sad,

Premium Member The Fall of Babylon
What rite of passage, moves one to the light,
and through the healing of all earthly ail,
bestows this...

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Categories: analogy, earth day, war,