Postings with tag: giving_up
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This poem was inspired by people who are hardly mentioned but are the most inspiring. It is for the lonely, the lost, the wondering, the ones who just can't stand asking for directions, and anyone in between.
I'm not lucky in life at all, so I'm sad and disappointed lots of times. At times like these, I usually write a poem to give my sadness away. This is a poen which was made this way.
February 21, 2012
What I hope to avoid someday.
we have our own vision of ourselves and they dont always turn out to be way we want them to be.Learning to live with it while still have the desire to keep the dream alive is something that all of us should try.
This is one of those poems I write in two pieces... The beginning was written in despair, the end was written in some sort of odd amalgam of despair and hope. This is inspired by the unnamed face I seem to encounter daily. Well, here goes. (: I hope to…
*Ahem* I have little regard for the quality of this piece of... err... work. This is merely me trying to express my insurmountable anger and disappointment toward a certain few members of mankind. I have decided that, rather than containing my unhealthy thoughts, I would explode them figuratively onto the…
Exactly as the title dictates, this is a memo I wrote to myself about my inner musings. I felt I should share it with those who read my stuff, especially since some of you need to hear it...
A poem briefly displaying my loss of faith and then managing to find that faith once again, within myself. If you can't find anything or anyone else to believe in, at least believe in yourself.
Tears glistening in the dull light from the window, stream down my cheeks, and as I lift the blade to my neck, I think of what could have been, If he had ever cared, if he had loved me the way I loved him.
July 10, 2010
Yesterday she cried and weeped, but not as much as she used to all those months ago, and she doesn't have to fake her smiles quite as often anymore.
So every once in a while.. stuff happens and it kind of forces a poem outta nowhere.. it's never really happy stuff though D: lol umm.. i genuinely don't know the full meaning of this.. it flowed with/without my permision so it's not like i'm purposely reffering to me here..…
okay, some of my poems have been a little, well, dark i suppose. this one is a more humourous look at similar topics to my other poems. It also doesnt have a rhyming scheme, in difference with my other poems. Enjoy, and comment or dislike and comment, sup to you…
For those of you who can't understand Japanese (like me), "kimi ni aitakute" means "I want to see you" in some translations, while in others it means "I miss you". Either way, it should clarify some things. "Mou ichido kono te wo tsunaide hoshii" means "Once more, I want you…
January 23, 2007
This is a poem about settling.