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Poems about Regret
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Ellen Bailey Poems. Looking Back by Edgar A. Guest I haven't built much of a fortune to leave to those who shall carry my name, And nothing I've done shall entitle me now to a place on the tablets of fame. But I've loved the great sky and its spaces of blue; I've lived with the birds and the trees; I've turned from the splendor of silver and gold to share in such pleasures as these. I've given my time to the children who came; together we've romped and we've played, And I wouldn't exchange the glad hours spent with them for the money that I might have made.
lookingback poetry: xxx. I had waited for you every day of my life. I had looked unto you to And though I'd learned only one thing from my past. That good.
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Poetry About Overcoming Life's Challenges
Prev Poem. Next Poem. Just keep on walking, A small voice said. Don't dare look back. Look straight ahead.
Words that make us feel heard and understood, that acknowledge our pain and how heavy life can feel. And sometimes we also need to get put back together again; to be reminded of the ways we can get through this, how we have overcome, and how, despite it all, life gives us hope. Let this collection of poems about life help you feel heard, comforted, and give voice to whatever hurts or heals right now. I walk in the dark and trip and fall and get up and step blindly on the mute stones and dry leaves and someone behind me is also walking: if I stop, he stops; if I run, he runs. I turn around: no one. Everything is black, there is no exit, and I turn and turn corners that always lead to the street where no one waits for me, no one follows, where I follow a man who trips and gets up and says when he sees me: no one. Your absence has gone through me Like thread through a needle.
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