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Breakup Sad Poems

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


A Photograph of Us
A photograph of us: we are blushing
in your bathroom mirror, your body wrapped
around mine. A blanket. A tattoo
needled in. Your beaming chin in my hair....

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Categories: sad, i miss you, image,



Premium Member Pyrrhus
We held, we loved, we were as one
So fierce my heart would beat 
In passion’s throes a few of us 
Are simply meant to meet...

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© Nad Simon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, goodbye, heartbreak, heartbroken, lost

pretty little lies
Stop messing
with my head
your pretty little lies
bring right back
to the day
I first fell for them
you lied to my face
to make me happy
how ironic
you told me
you...

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Categories: sad, 8th grade, break up,

Premium Member Arthur
Mysterious as the night,
Shadowy figure of towering height,
Eyes of black, perhaps contrite,
He walks in starlight.
The night is fine,
As the oaks intertwine.
From a window of mine,
I...

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Categories: sad, break up, i miss

There Is A House
There is a house with only one window,
And seventeen locks on the door.
There is a porch with an ivory doorbell,
That doesn't get rung anymore.

There is...

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Categories: sad, abuse, analogy, angst, break



Premium Member Dizain Contest


Tear-stained envelope, left by the deceased,
Sorrowful words inscribed to whomever,
Expressed dolefully by our local priest,
Tender dove, thought she would fly forever,
Artist, pianist, songstress and clever,
Despondency...

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Categories: sad love, sorrow, suicide,

The Stage
The desert sands blow soft and warm
As wispy clouds begin to swarm.
I watch the skies for signs of rain
To ready for a springtime storm.

My mind...

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© Shawn Hall  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, angst, betrayal, break up,

Premium Member Noon
Noon.  The sun has spurned the moon.
Heartbreak?  No, it is too soon.
Breathless in sweltering June,
At a place lover's remnants are strewn.

Seasons.  Come...

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Categories: sad, break up, emotions, love

Premium Member The Fashion Zebra
The Fashion Zebra

I am a flake. 
That is the term for people that do not follow through. 
It may not be fair. I have spent...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, freedom, funny, inspirational, love,

Premium Member The New Preacher
The New Preacher, 
“Hear My Words”

Are you listening. 
I am saying things very clearly. 
You need to keep trying. 
Are you talking to me?
Am I...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, courage, dance, god, hope,

Premium Member The Garden at Grandma's
The Garden at Grandma’s

The house is quiet, the chores are all done. 
We have gathered in the place out back. 
There is pit for a...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, angel, cute, grandson, hope,

Premium Member Mirror Mirror
Mirror Mirror

Do not lie. I know that you want to. 
I know that you may need to.  
I am broken, and soon…
You will be...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, 12th grade, cinderella, happy,

Premium Member Dark Times
Dark Times

Times we celebrate, to be who we are not. 
Bleak times, diseased remembrances. 
Why?
You know.
You know because deep inside…

You have hid under a blanket...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, 12th grade, angel, appreciation,

Premium Member A Wedding Day
A Wedding Day

Cleaning the church is a privilege. 
I go every Saturday, humbly to serve. 
It is not a boast, it is small gratitude paid,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member Today is Enough
Today is Enough

The morning came early. 
In fact I was up all night. 
I watched the coming and going…
of the stars.

God’s work ever at hand,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sad, 10th grade, 11th grade,