Poems about darkness and love
Dark Poetry Quotes (33 quotes)
A Dark Love Poem By Jessicaanne
He was peach, Like the sunset. Or he was Amber, Pink… soft hints of Green. She was quite shy, Her waves were ripples and bare. Her colours changed, against his beam. Now she too, has hints of green. I am built of sin, Not for it, I am chaos, And destruction, I am the death of you. I am not kind, Not like you thought, I am evil, And sinister, I am the acid eating through!
Are you looking for some dark love poems? Love has a dark side, and we think that poetry is an excellent way to explore this. Each of our poems pick up the theme of dark love in a unique manner, sometimes as a sweet surrender and at other times as a frightening compulsion. Start reading now! The first poem in our collection of dark love poems is about how easy it is to want to surrender entirely to love—such that we give up virtually everything in that utter need to give into another.
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Dark Poems about Life
Though poetry can be full of light and laughter, it can also capture sorrow, pain, and the fragility of life. In the best cases, these dark poems give us catharsis. They verbalize the shattered mirror through which we occasionally catch glimpses of our world. Below is a collection of full poems, excerpts, and poetry readings that walk in shadow. They contain darkness in all of its forms: grief, death, anxiety, rage, despair, loneliness, jealousy, doubt, heartbreak, and betrayal.
Sadness and darkness are natural cousins. Since ancient times, people have worn black to express their grief. Happiness is attracted to sunshine and depression to darkness. There is a certain romance in darkness and melancholy. There is something mysterious about that which is hidden and unknown. Dark poems may seek to romanticize sadness and depression.