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Poem: Remember If I'm Crying

Posted by psychoblob from Cardiff - Published on 19/11/2013 at 09:52
3 comments » - Tagged as Creative Writing, People

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Remember if I'm crying.
The salty water gently seeps,
From eyes full of sadness,
Of those who sit and weep.

They'll always have their reasons,
If it's death, friends or school,
Or even if it's distant,
They'll always think it's cruel.

Cruel to sit and cry,
With no warm words to hear,
To sit alone in silence,
They just need someone near.

They need to share their secrets,
The ones that crush them down,
They need someone to talk to,
Instead of no one, and frown.

So go on up and talk,
To those people who are crying,
Talk to them about their reasons,
Be true to yourself - no lying.

So tell them what they need to hear,
To make them dry their eyes,
A person upset makes anyone sad,
Ode to the one who cries.


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Weeping Tudor

Weeping Tudor

Commented 30 months ago - 20th November 2013 - 02:30am

Thank you for this. There really is nothing like a good cry!



Commented 30 months ago - 20th November 2013 - 10:19am

wow that ausome i can only make poems that make no sence

Judith Shakespeare

Commented 30 months ago - 21st November 2013 - 14:45pm

I love the way the poem actually read like a tear seeping out. The first stanza especially just created the mood for it.

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