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Ok With My Pain
Phillip Michael
Ok With My Pain By Phillip Michael Apr 2012 Colossal failure Unforgivable decisions Go unscolded Sliver of metal wedged deep Stings beyond ...Rate it

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Loving Past My Pain
Albertina Theresa Cameron
Thunderclouds, lightning and intense harsh rain, Disappointments, Let Downs, being write-off by family and friends, All the heart-ache it does brin...Rate it

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Saša Milivojev
In this century withal Rivers of blood still flow Bombs echo Children are being killed Heads are being severed Millions are starving Diseases are d...Rate it

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Tears Of Pain
Kurt Philip Behm
Those most desperate among us, must learn to cry alone Themselves regained through tears of pain —to mark their pathway home (Villanova Penns...Rate it

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The Pain of Loving You
Samantha L. Walden
When I first saw you, Heaven never felt closer. Before that moment, The fires of hell had scorched my happiness. When my love for you Saved me, as ...Rate it

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The worst ships? Those of worship Were shipped On more ships Then moored ships Became warships 3/11/19Rate it

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I've a Pain in my Head
Jane Austen
'I've a pain in my head' Said the suffering Beckford; To her Doctor so dread. 'Oh! what shall I take for't?' Said this Doctor so dread Whose n...Rate it

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Megan Henley
Pain Pain is what I know I know I messed up for the last time I'm afraid you'll want me to go I don’t blame you, I'm a burden But every time,...Rate it

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Thoughts On Pain
Calvin W. Crenshaw
As I sit and think about life and pain To some it is light,to others so hard it will forever remain A pain of lost love never to be returned The bi...Rate it

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Yvette M. Sanchez
All this pain, What do you gain? Nothing I say. But I'm the one who has to pay. For What? A kick in the butt? Why? Why? I say with a sigh. What are...Rate it

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Pain XVI
Khalil Gibran
And a woman spoke, saying, 'Tell us of Pain.' And he said: Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as the ...Rate it

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Harriet Monroe
She heard the children playing in the sun, And through her window saw the white-stemmed trees Sway like a film of silver in the breeze Under the...Rate it

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A Baby Asleep after Pain
David Herbert Lawrence
As a drenched, drowned bee Hangs numb and heavy from a bending flower, So clings to me My baby, her brown hair brushed with wet tears And...Rate it

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Khalil Gibran
And a woman spoke, saying, 'Tell us of Pain.' And he said: Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding. Even as t...Rate it

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Emily Dickinson
Pain--has an Element of Blank-- It cannot recollect When it begun--or if there were A time when it was not-- It has no Future--but itself-- I...Rate it

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"Pain in my mouth"
Wendy Mitchell
The pain in my mouth Oh how much pain do I feel as it bleeding in my jaw down my face of beatings in The night moon light My daddy Mommy fighting ...Rate it

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"The pain I feel"
Wendy Mitchell
The pain I feel for you hurts everyday oh how I cry in the night moon light many tears have fallin for you as the winter settled in the cold hit...Rate it

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'Twas the old—road—through pain
Emily Dickinson
'Twas the old—road—through pain— That unfrequented—one— With many a turn—and thorn— That stops—at Heaven— This—was the Town—she passed— There—wher...Rate it

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360 Degrees of Pain
Kwame Shujaa
As we watch the game of life Do we wonder about the price? Or do we just wonder about the end Contemplating all the hours, we have to spend Countin...Rate it

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A Glimpse of Pain
Daniel H Kim
My life is a spiralling vortex of hate engulfed in flames of darkness. My veins are pulsing for wounds, wounds that free my inner turmoil and hat...Rate it

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A Personal Pain
Emile Pinet
At the core of your heart, an emptiness persists. I cannot feel your hurt, yet I know it exists. Although I share your loss, grief's a personal pa...Rate it

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After Great Pain, A Formal Feeling Comes
Emily Dickinson
After great pain, a formal feeling comes-- The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Toombs-- The stiff Heart questions was it He, that bore, And Yesterday,...Rate it

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After great pain, a formal feeling comes -- (341)
Emily Dickinson
After great pain, a formal feeling comes -- The Nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs The stiff Heart questions, was it He, that bore, And Yesterday, ...Rate it

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After the pain
Dominque Raiford
Most of us woman hate to be alone.. We feel as though our happiness within will be gone.. We stand and wanna take and take.. But wrecking ourselves...Rate it

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Another Pain
Ahmad Al_khatat
Last night, I tried to sleep, but I couldn't sleep. I was mentally welcoming another pain. Over to my homeless soul, and to my dead heart. The pai...Rate it

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