Grief Lay Poems
These Grief Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about Grief. These are the best examples of Lay Grief poems written by international poets.
Lay Down Be Still
lay, abuse, anti bullying, heartbreak,
Lay Down Be Still
I am not responsible,
for what happened to you.
You are accountable;
to what happened to me.
That was and is still a...
Lay Me Down
lay, abuse, dark, grief,
Crystal eyes that reflect but never see
Heart of glass, warm but frozen still
Unspoken cries of a child unseen
Taken hostage by an iron will
When You Lay Me Down
lay, death, depression, feelings, grief,
When you lat me down
Please don't cry
Just say goodbye
Because you'll see me again in time
When you lay me down
Don't ask why he took me
Where Broken Hearts Come To Lay
lay, angel, betrayal, depression, feelings,
Where broken hearts come to lay
The sorrow of my soul does stay
Fractured beings that live as less
Were broken from loves confess
Like glass against a granite...
Boy Lay Dying
lay, death of a friend,
Poet: Ken Jordan
Poem: Boy Lay Dying
Edited by: Sparkle Jordan
are few -
analogy, feelings, grief, mother,
The Children Suffer
They wonder how they got this far
It is only now
That they get an epiphany
Realisation of why
Their eyes had always been rainy
It all started...
KIDS AND LIES
you can tell
it rings your bell
by there look
it gets you hook
that's because your wises
KIDS AND LIES...
Lay OFF of Me
lay, angst, confusion, dark, depression,
You are under his roof now...
Deny it not
You are his own comforter
Lay off of me, you stubborn child -
You feel perfect
When he's near...
Small and silver feel the bite,
on this stark cold dreary night.
Run a line across my arm;
watch the razor work its charm.
A river of red...
I Lay Me Down
lay, lost love
One white flower in a wan worn field,
The frailest of butterflies failing,
The brown-leafed grief of an old year's yield,
The last ray of sun unavailing;
To Lay Last
lay, devotion, love,
To live be last of two to cross that bar.
To have to stay to weep to taste concern.
To separate by time and distance...