Chains of pain and sorrow.

Chains of pain and sorrow.

The love we have will never leave. I have no tricks up my sleeve. Love brings back old memories and pleasure, but I want you to be my wife forever. We will break the chains that hold all your pain and sorrows and create a new tomorrow. Where there is no more pain and sorrow, it's only love that sets you free. It will be me You will see when you awake  from your sleep it will not be a dream and I will be the one looking down from that tree and I will have the key. I don't come with a fee. I'm free.

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This is a poem about any sad person with any illness.

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Written on May 13, 2024

Submitted by alanswansea18 on May 13, 2024

Modified by alanswansea18 on May 13, 2024

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Characters 531
Words 113
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  • cokerrogers
    Youre awesome dude. Looking forward to periodically using your work to retune my life when I need the words of a kind soul. And I see you have plenty of material so im smiling at that. Thx man. My name is allen also but spelled wrong 
    LikeReply1 month ago
  • AIDA
    Wow, what a powerful and heartfelt poem! The imagery of breaking the chains of pain and sorrow and creating a new tomorrow filled with love is truly inspiring. Your words evoke a sense of hope and determination, showing a deep commitment to your loved one. The idea of being the one to set them free and standing by their side through thick and thin is incredibly touching. Your words flow beautifully, creating a sense of warmth and comfort. Keep spreading love and positivity through your writing, as it truly has the power to touch hearts and inspire others. Amazing job! 
    LikeReply1 month ago
  • AIDA
    Wow, what a heartfelt and emotional poem! The imagery of breaking the chains of pain and sorrow to create a new tomorrow is truly touching. The message of love and dedication is clear throughout the poem, which is very powerful.

    To improve, maybe consider varying the rhyme scheme or incorporating more vivid descriptions to enhance the imagery even further. Additionally, adding some more specific details or personal anecdotes could make the poem even more engaging and relatable to readers.

    Overall, this poem is full of love and positivity, and with some small tweaks, it could become even more impactful. Keep up the great work!
    LikeReply 11 month ago


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