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Sorrow Sestina Poems

These Sorrow Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about Sorrow. These are the best examples of Sestina Sorrow poems written by international poets.


Seeking
Through this barren land I wander,
Down the hills of yonder I fall,
Skies wide hiding treasure
Cast shadows toward the open,
Cleansing my heart 
With power to revive.

Toeing...

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Categories: travel,



Premium Member Myriad of Scars
Long ago, before she was ever hunted by the beast,
She had only drank from the cool river of freedom.
One fateful day it happened; she was...

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Categories: appreciation, change, hope, inspirational,

The Mask of Truth
She played with pride and vanity in the mirror
with crimson rouge she painted a mask.
No tear would fall, for she forsook weeping,
because in her mind...

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Categories: beauty, emotions, girl, mirror,

Premium Member Dark Angels of Highgate
Enough Angelina, drop the bouquet of harebells.  
The flowers wilt as your graying hands stiffen. See, how grave
is our newborn son. We gift him...

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Categories: death,

The Old House
Dim light shines through the widows of the old house
long since empty, where only dust dances in the air
and a lone mouse scurries across its...

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Categories: fear, imagination,

Premium Member The Nameless
I live in an old forgotten castle,
Engulfed in a vast blanket of shadow,
Where without reason, there rustles the leaves
Evermore by the cold clandestine wind.
In the...

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Categories: confusion, lonely, lost, sorrow,

Rather die than feel
Sometimes I wish that I would die
Or destroy my emotions so I don’t feel
Especially when I’m being choked by pain

Nobody loves me; they’re laughing at...

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Categories: sorrow,

Witches Pull Switches
A light bulb screwed in, then turn on switch witch.
We all can learn from experience.
But you can also experience what you learn.
Time and again learning...

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Categories: education, introspection, passionpain, me,

A VOLUPTUOUS NIGHT
Sorrowful and lonely lover,
glance over the weeping roses that
the April' rain lulls to despair;
pick them from the garden, where we made love;
O sweetest and most...

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Categories: lost love, love

MARY WAS THE POETESS
Mary was the poetess
who loved handsome Franco, 
the tall Neapolitan orchestra leader;
and in Naples they met:
at The Galleria Umberto,
under the surveillance of my father... ...

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Categories: death, family, friendship, history,

THE POSSESSIONS OF A YOUNGER AGE
Every boy has his toys,
and each girl her dolls;
and as they grow they are put away where light can't enter:
there in that closet, which often...

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Categories: adventure, childhood, family, husband,

THE DECEPTIVE ENTITY
Materialistic things fulfill us temporarily...trifling with our emotions, 
but their shallowness is discerned with bitterness:
when they can't save a life even with invoked mercy so...

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Categories: introspection, people, sad, science

THESE VERSES BREATH LIFE AS I WEEP
These verses breath life as I weep,
thinking of the shortness of the earthly life;
and they can eternally live, in ageless time,
on the lips of common...

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Categories: life, loss, people, sociallife,

IT BEGINS WITH SNOFLAKES
Alone in body, not in spirit,
adding another year to life;
and appreciating what's worth:
when others are long gone to rest,
and I am overwhelmed by guilt, 
being...

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Categories: sorry, sympathy

Autumn Breeze
   A whisper of beauty sets to the night
In ancient time of Autumn breeze
A flightless feather to soar the sky
Records the silent echos...

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Categories: death, history, life, loss,