Sorrow Poems


As the falling rain,
prepares the earth, for the future crops,
Sorrows, showering on the heart
prepare and mellow it,
for the sowing of the seeds of wisdom,
perfecting the mind, and
gladdening the heart.
Clouds darken the earth,
but to cool and to fructify.
Grief like clouds,
shadow the heart,
to prepare it for nobler things.
Sorrow, the hour of reverence,
death knell blow to shallow sheer,
the ribald yest,
the cruel calumny.
Sorrows soften heart with sympathy,
enriching the mind with thoughtfulness,
the real collection of it,
being the fructification of mind,
when the sorrows pass away.

This poem was written/submitted by Dr Sandeep Kumar Kar.



Sorrow came today,
And left me full of shame,
It’s right down here inside of me,
A feeling of disdain.

We cannot all defend ourselves,
As do the mighty foe,
Please rid me of this emptiness,
Just let this sorrow go.

Here in the twilight hour,
I feel like I could die;
When sorrow comes a rushing in,
To send me to the sky.

This poem was written/submitted by Trinny Trin.

A Heart Full of Sorrow

A heart that feels,
Such a great pain,
Bond by restraints and chains.
Ready to roam free,
Like a lion untamed,
To find something,
More then sorrow,
And pain.
To find joy,
Even a shot at love,
Another heart,
That could,
Heal the scares that,
This heart bears.
A heart that’s strong,
One that’s not scared,
One that is not soft,
But not fragile,
That will fight for its love.
But unfortunately,
These shackles won’t,
Be released anytime soon,
So my heart sits heart dwelling.
In sorrow,
Maybe my heart can escape,
That’s the dream I wish for,
But today,
I must continue with sorrow.

This poem was written/submitted by Dr3 Curse.


Sorrow comes and goes in life,
Tears come in the eyes.
When we are very alone,
Nobody is with us.
Life seems to be very lonely,
Sometimes sorrow makes us laugh,
Sometime sorrow makes us weep.
When there is no happiness in life,
Sorrow makes our life very restless,
There are a few moments of happiness.
We have to accept all that,
If sorrow comes into our life makes us very sad.

This poem was written/submitted by Pushkar Bisht.

Tell Me That Love Returns

Tell me that love returns,
To break the silent waves of pain;
Those large imperious waves of pain,
In the vast ocean of sorrow.

Tell me that love returns,
To catch the falling stars;
Those bright imperious sparks of stars,
Withing the vast sky of sorrow.

Tell me that love returns,
To mend this broken heart;
This shattered, broken, wounded heart,
In the vast soul of sorrow.

This poem was written/submitted by Jane Tevar.

In Sorrow

In sorrow,
She mourns her beloved son,
What’s next to follow,
No one knows.

In sorrow,
He mourns his beloved daughter,
What’s next to follow,
His heart is hollow.

In sorrow,
She mourns her beloved husband,
What’s next to follow,
She is now a widow.

In sorrow,
He mourns his beloved wife,
What’s next to follow,
His desire for life is renounced to zero.

In sorrow,
They mourn the passing of a dear friend,
Someone they wished to be there tomorrow,
It hurts without pretext, whatever sorrow sends.

And we know and I know,
Sorrow returns not the life’s it borrows,
Sorrow is a walking deadly shadow,
Sorrow is the virus we dread tomorrow.
Sorrow is the devils spell of lethal horrors

Therefore my dear fellows,
In sorrow no more I mourn her sorrow,
In sorrow,
I have closed on her all my doors and windows.

This poem was written/submitted by Sylvia Chidi.

I’ll Be Sorrow Tomorrow

I’ll be sorrow tomorrow,
With me myself and I.
I’ll be sorrow tomorrow,
Holding myself while I cry.
I’ll be sorrow tomorrow,
While lying sleepless in my bed.
I’ll be sorrow the next day as one thought haunts my head.
And when I finally rest my lids and cease my icy breath,
That one thought will exist no longer,
That horrible thought of death.

This poem was written/submitted by Ruby Lucia.