Heart break Poems

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Farewell
by Arijit Roy

The farewell went exactly as you’d wished.
Devoid of clumsy hugs, cold handshakes with trembling hands
Or teary goodbyes.
We smiled, looked into each other’s eyes and waved — for a last final time.
And then in the crowded bus stand,
Amongst the scuffle and noise
Of honking vehicles, screaming vendors and whining couples,
We lost each other for ever.
You left to unite with the one you loved.
I came back to unite with the emptiness created by your absence.

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Hidden
by gabriella Blake

No one really knows me the way you did. I don’t really let people see that side of me. I’m not sure I know that part of me anymore. I wonder if you remember. I wonder if you knew that part was sacred. I wonder if you care.

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Green fingers, a flaming-red vent.
by Montaigne Foxcroft

What a time to be alive
All of creation cry for they are about to die
The lungs of the earth are in flames
Up in smoke
Can't you see that as the Amazon burns, humanity are the lungs that will start to choke?
How heavy to bare is this yolk! I can barely breathe neither comprehend how a brain is so small, you think it normal to rip a plant out by its roots, thinking it's your right to obtain free food?
How can you not be aware that my plants are like my children, costing me money as I take good care?
How dare you steal so?
Their death breaketh my heart, can't you know?
I am at a loss for words.

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Alone
by Shreya Saraogi

Alone

They convince you to open up,
To be yourself,
To not hide a single detail,
To let out your inner silly self,
And be honest,
They promised that nothing will change. !!

And just when you've peeled back your

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Heart Broken
by Beloved Outsider

You have the brightest smile
One day it disappeared
your beautiful words
are now on mute
your hands that held me
are now paralyzed
your blood-red lips that stole kisses
are now locked up
you, I gave you my heart
for you to care for it

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Funeral
by Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

She left at the yawn of dawn
Between fog-densed waking hour
And rain-soused grey morning.
Veiled, her image was laced in silhouette.
She stood behind the fog-rain, a dark
Painting, sketched in black crayons of
Languor.
Her breath, one streak of ink
Of a satanic fresco on a dingy subway.
And the breath of the rain was heavy,

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Heart Broken
by Beloved Outsider

You have the brightest smile
One day it disappeared
your beautiful words
are now on mute
your hands that held me
are now paralyzed
your blood-red lips that stole kisses
are now locked up
you, I gave you my heart
for you to care for it

......

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Alone
by Shreya Saraogi

Alone

They convince you to open up,
To be yourself,
To not hide a single detail,
To let out your inner silly self,
And be honest,
They promised that nothing will change. !!

And just when you've peeled back your

......

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Green fingers, a flaming-red vent.
by Montaigne Foxcroft

What a time to be alive
All of creation cry for they are about to die
The lungs of the earth are in flames
Up in smoke
Can't you see that as the Amazon burns, humanity are the lungs that will start to choke?
How heavy to bare is this yolk! I can barely breathe neither comprehend how a brain is so small, you think it normal to rip a plant out by its roots, thinking it's your right to obtain free food?
How can you not be aware that my plants are like my children, costing me money as I take good care?
How dare you steal so?
Their death breaketh my heart, can't you know?
I am at a loss for words.

......

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Hidden
by gabriella Blake

No one really knows me the way you did. I don’t really let people see that side of me. I’m not sure I know that part of me anymore. I wonder if you remember. I wonder if you knew that part was sacred. I wonder if you care.

Continue reading
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