Mournful Poem

Mournful Poem
Mournful Poem

Mournful Poem – Love is one word of a million flavors, so it’s not just the happiness we’ll feel. Love also contains pain, even painful if betrayed. If the sadness caused by love is overwhelming, we need positive activity as a distraction to forget our little sadness. One alternative is to make a sad love poem. The poems we make can be heartbreaking and memoirs of what we feel right now. But for those of you who are not interested or may not be talented to write poetry, do not worry, there are other ways you can do just by reading poetry from other authors who are guaranteed to make you more appreciate your love.

A sad poem is a collection of poems about the sadness of love, or the sadness of a loved one. For example sad poems of heartache, whose sadness is endless and even many carry spiritual ailments, but the sadness that can be well channeled will be a model of effective therapy today, just to get out of the depression.

Wardanword wants to provide the best poem reading experience for you. Many words are written to beautiful sentences or seductive sentences for the expression of your feelings. Among animal poems, child poetry, family poetry, father’s poems, friend poems, life poems, love poems, mother poems, realigous poems, romantic poems, sad poems and wedding poems. This poem is dedicated to you. It could be a reference and knowledge for everyone. Happy reading and enjoy.

Mournful Poem

If I mourn your departure, what would you say?
If I suffer from love, where is the way?
If I send someone to tell my sorrow
The lover complained nobody wanted to deliver.

If I patiently try to hold back all my pain
After the loss of love, I was unable to hold back his breath
Nothing to live except sorrow and regret
And tears that continue to flow down the cheeks.

You are long gone from my sight
Will you stay forever for the sake of my loving heart
You have taught me how to love
And will not deviate from the pledge of love.

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