Sympathy Writing Poems

These Sympathy Writing poems are examples of Writing poems about Sympathy. These are the best examples of Writing Sympathy poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberPremium Monster by Steven Delauder
Contrary to belief, I do grasp an understanding,
Rotating my planet to deny your direction,
An election I made my own, destined destination,
Confrontation into this forum of...

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Categories: writing, birthday, dark, depression, sad,

Premium MemberCommon Intoxication by CayCay Jennings

Unable to let feelings come to just slide by,
all poets feel them in tender seeing eyes,
marinate them with an emotional heart
and then cradle lay them...

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Categories: writing, character, desire, feelings, muse,



PERSONAL WORTH by Lawrence Kumwenda
Personal Worth 
Everyone has value. Everyone has been called for such a time as this to use their unique gifts and experiences to serve others...

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Categories: writing, spoken word, sympathy, words,

Premium MemberTranslation of Eric Mottram's Courbet: Elegy 8 by T Wignesan by T Wignesan
Translation of Eric Mottram’s Courbet: Elegy 8 by T. Wignesan

Blanches oeuvres ouvertes
résident dans les jours
la surface du banc de travail est noire
les géraniums-lierres
les fougères et...

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Categories: writing, america, art, creation, philosophy,

The Operation by Aarav Gupta
The Stage Was Set ,
The Lights Were On ,
Soon He Recalled When He Had Met ,
Her as A Provocative Dawn.


His Time Was Ultimately Up Though...

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Categories: writing, faith, fate, health, love,

Premium MemberSICK BED by Judy Emery
SICK BED

Feeling alone, scared 
You are never are around 
you are always uptown 
playing around 
deep despair
with no care 
You walked around like a king
telling...

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Categories: writing, angel, dream, emotions, storm,

Differently by Dalton Ogletree
6/20/17


So much stupidity
And attempts at mimicry

Do I need to describe it more vividly
With better imagery?

I guess I've been feeling differently
Than the rest of the industry

Don't...

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Categories: writing, dark, fun, how i

Who wrote the poem by Dona Salapar
"Who wrote the poem?"


It was a pen and a paper that I have,
the envy and hatreds that I wear,
accompanied by my heartaches and stiches,
plus my...

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Categories: writing, art, confusion, desire, emotions,

Laugh at the World by Richard Martins
Laugh at the world right now
Twisting emptying shell we wonder how

Time after time wars come
Deep loss post weapons hum

Countries losing blood refugees flee
Welcoming nations have...

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Categories: writing, sympathy, war, wisdom, world,

Diabetic psychopathy by Holly Bohto
He was
 sick of her.
He was 
bored 
and 
restless.
The tramps 
at work
stimulated 
his thirst
for new
 conquests.
He thought 
to himself:
This diabetic 
is taking up 
so much...

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Categories: writing, bereavement, betrayal, boyfriend, obituary,

Sympathy by Jaquay Atkins
Open your mind sir
Hear the crying voices 
Sympathize more often...

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Categories: writing, deep, feelings, gender, poets,

Come, Kingdom, Come by JW Earnings
I’m sorry for my agitation
I’m sorry for my selfish ambition
Lord, forgive me with Your mercy
Here’s yet another prayer, yearning for Your forgiveness
I’m so grateful to...

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Categories: writing, deep, father, hope, love,

What am I by Trent Billy
Back in roman times I was called a stylus
I wrote messages and stories on papyrus Writing since Before Christ, 
Don't matter what the time is...

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Categories: writing, adventure, art, dark, deep,

My Job at CALL Scotland by Rhoda Monihan
The teachers and staff at the special school, Graysmill, 
Did what they could to give the severes a life afterwards, 
And they presumed I would...

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Categories: writing, child abuse, childhood, education,

Premium MemberI Have Been Living It Up Ever Since by Robert Lindley
I Have Been Living It Up Ever Since

Race on, and find the life you lust for!
Me , you leave broken up and in shock.
Living in...

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Categories: writing, conflict, loss, lost love,

Hounds from Hell by Chris Boskovski
Hounds from Hell take their toll on your soul
as you walk the mainstreet of mainstream
and watch Saturn and Neptune dance to a simple tone
of silence...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, cry, dedication,

Don't Try It by Chris Boskovski
A single kiss from thy lovely lips,
so sweet and so divine,
yet I taste posion upon your tongue.

Your beauty so glorious,
like a blooming rose so beautiful,
yet,...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, care, dark,

A Flower's Funeral by Chris Boskovski
A sweet flower's funeral
displayed in the cold months
of snowy weather and bone chilling shivers.
A sweet flower burned away, dried up;
buried six feet under.

Oh, my sweet...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, blue, cry,

Do not travel the lonesome road by Chris Boskovski
Do not travel the lonesome road
alone with no one by your side,
sitting on park benches all alone
with no one to come to your need,
do not...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, feelings, first

Wake Me, When the Morning Comes by Chris Boskovski
A night full of nightmares
and suicidal tendencies,
feeling pain rush, like tidal waves
crushing me and blood boiling
anger wishes and takes the best of me;
but can I...

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Categories: writing, beautiful, beauty, dark, death,