25 Heartbreaking Instagram Poems About Lost Love

Turn on those sad songs, eat your ice cream, and read some of theses poems to help ease the pain.

Falling in love can be one of the most beautiful things — many people say love makes the world go round. But with love, a lot of time, comes heartbreak. Breaking up is a very confusing time for someone just getting out of a relationship because they feel so many different emotions — from being angry or sad, being in denial, or maybe even trying to beg the other person to take you back — feeling your heart break is painful in every way.

When people get heartbroken they often sit at home eating ice cream and crying, watching Legally Blonde (speaking from personal experience). Others just go out to party to blow off steam.

People handle heartbreak very differently, no matter what happened or how you deal with grief, know your feelings are valid. It is okay to feel this way, everyone has gone through some sort of loss and heartbreak in their life.

Life is not meant to be a fairytale, you will fall down and get hurt every once in a while. When going through heartbreak we think “I am the only one feeling this”, but the truth is you are not. Popular celebrities like Lizzo have gone through heartbreak, and the gorgeous man himself Liam Hemsworth is going through heartbreak as we speak (not sure how Miley can get over him).

If Miley Cyrus can get over Liam Hemsworth, you can too.

Let yourself cry, and be sad; but just know one day you won’t feel this way anymore, some days will be harder than others and then other days you will feel like you are completely free of those emotions.

Just know that one day you will be fine, you won’t feel sad or hurt buy this anymore. Eventually it will get easier, and the memories you have from that person won’t hurt as much. It is okay to feel sad, you will get over this.

So turn on those sad songs, eat your ice cream, and read some of the sad quotes about breaking up and heartbreaking Instagram poems about lost love to help ease your broken heart through the stages of grief.

1. Missing someone is the hardest thing to get over.

“What a terrible thing to do missing someone who hasn’t thought …

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Pankaj Mishra Poems in Hindi

मेरी प्यारी पीहू मुस्कुराने लगी है…..!!

फूल सी कोमल ओस सी नाजुक पीहू
रिस्तो की पगडंडियों पर मुस्कुराने लगी है
सुबह अपनी मम्मी से पहले आके
पापा पापा बोल के जगाने लगी है
गुस्सा हो जाती है फिर देखती नही
अपने पापा को देखो सताने लगी है
आफिस से आते ही एक प्यारी सी मिठ्ठी
पापा के दिल को बहलाने लगी है
मेरी दुआओ में शामिल मेरे दिल की धड़कन
मेरी प्यारी पीहू मुस्कुराने लगी है..!!

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मेरा हाल ऐ दिल बताता है…..!!

इक़ आईना है , जो मुझ से , मेरा हाल ऐ दिल बताता है
इक़ मैं हु ,जो खुद से ,हर दर्द ऐ दिल छुपता हु
इक़ जख्म है ,जो चीख कर मेरे अश्को को बुलाते है
इक़ लब है, मुस्का के जो हर दर्द को छुपाते है
एक मैं हु जो इश्क़ को दफ़ना चुका हु अंदर तक.
एक आंखे है , हर सख़्श को मेरा हाल ऐ दिल बताती है..!!

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तुझको एक दिन जमीं पे लाऊँगा….!!

हिना का रंग हूँ, हाथो में समेट ले मुझको
खुसबू हु फिजाओ में बिखर जाऊँगा
सोख मदहोशी हु छुपा ले मुझको आँखों में
वादा है हँसी बनके लबो पे आऊँगा
तू जीता है मेरी आँखों में हँसी ख्वाब की तरह
जिद है अपनी भी ख्वाब को हकीकत बनाऊँगा
माना की जन्नत की परी है तू
यकीं है तुझको एक दिन जमीं पे लाऊँगा..!!

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2 Line Shayari in Hindi Pankaj Mishra

जाते हुए तेरी नजरो का असर, की रात सारी तेरे खवाबो में गुजरी,

लम्हा लम्हा तेरे ना होने की बेचैनी, कतरा कतरा तेरे यादो में गुजरी..!!

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भुला दो तुम मुझे लेकिन इतना याद रखना,

कुछ वादे तुम्हारे हैं जो अब भी अधूरे हैं..!!

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You’re My Reason for Living | A Poem by Joseph Romano

Every placed I go your fair face beams.
You are a beautiful woman, you’re the woman of my dreams.
Your heart is loving and tender and forever forgiving.
You’re the reason I’m here, you’re my reason for living.
You opened your heat and gave me a new life.
Then you made me the happiest the day you became my wife.
And just when I thought you made me the happiest man in the world.
You presented us both with a new baby girl.

And just when I thought we had all the happiness and joy.
You presented us both with a new baby boy.…

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The Fountain | A Poem by P.K. Deb

Naturally, the colossal mountain was icy and rocky —
stood beside the slum of the half-fed and half-naked in a desert,
the prayer and the importunity of their hunger and thirst
reverberated in the open air and the sky of infinity,
vibrated even the hard heart of the icy-mountain and at last
succeeded to melt it down to a little fountain for them.

A responsibility geared the fountain to flow down
with water and wealth for the ever-thirsty and hungry
who fidgeted and wept lying on the foot of the mountain,
hence, with a sympathetic fuel it rushed down to the desert.

Still, it sang, made the rock to clap and the fishes to dance,
continued its well destined, brakeless and nap-less journey
till it reached the desert of hunger and thirst of the indigents
and watched their dry faces who ran towards it tumultuously
to immerse their curse of suffering in the water of the fountain.

Alas, suddenly the fountain was surrounded by the pillagers —
the sun, wind, rocks, sands, trees and other suckers
who plunged in to the fountain and snatched the wealth first
and at last, soaked and sucked the water to its last drop
in front of the thirsty and hungry who could not save the fountain
which was a gift to them and only for them to explore and enjoy.…

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Pain Became My Friend Today | A Poem by Shannen Wrass

Pain became my friend today
She showed me how to hide
She’d been watching from a distance
Every tear I cried

Pain became my friend today
Reached out her hand to me
Then pulled me into darkness
Introducing misery

Pain became my friend today
She’s emptying my heart
She’s now my constant companion
Tearing me apart

Pain became my friend today
She isolates my soul
Now without her I am nothing
In her I’m consoled

Pain became my friend today
Saw me kneel down and cry
Then she lay down right next to me
Kissed my joy good-bye

Pain became my friend today
Acquainted me with sorrow
Who showed me how to dwell in agony
And fear the break of tomorrow

Pain became my friend today
She’s making my heart cold
Pain became my friend today
The only hand I hold…

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Communist Pillow Talk | A Poem by Daniel Klawitter

“In my opinion, true love is expressed in reserve, modesty, and even
shyness toward his idol, and never in temperamental excesses or too
premature intimacy.” —Karl Marx, in a private letter, London, 1866.

Come a little closer, my comrade
and I’ll whisper my confession:

Nothing turns me on
like fighting against oppression!

In the midst of class struggle
there’s always time to snuggle.

(Better red and in bed
than bourgeoisie, I’ve always said.)

Who cares if we wake the neighbors
with the sounds of our surplus labors?

For it’s more than evolutionary…
If our love is revolutionary!

So seduce me, my scarlet darling;
let me give you a tickle.

You got the hammer
and I’ve got the sickle.

Dialectical materialism
is the tune to which we dance.

Workers of the world Unite!
There’s an insurrection in my pants.

Visit Daniel at http://about.me/dklawitter.…

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Bushwhacked | A Poem by Daniel Klawitter

“The rules of fair play do not apply in love and war.” –John
Lyly, Euphues: The Anatomy of Wit (1578).

Of all her many weapons,
it was her voice
that left me voiceless—
like sunrise on a battlefield
speechless with corpses.

I tell you that her words
were like war—
a skirmish of metaphors
wounding my already purple heart.

Ambushed and bushwhacked
booby-trapped and blown apart
in the jungles of despair—
I was captured
with multiple fractures
and was unprepared
for this guerilla warfare.

I am listed as:
a prisoner of conscience
a casualty of her
barbed wire kisses
and the double-barreled shotgun
of her cocked and loaded eyes.

She hardly even cried
when she pulled the trigger and said:
“This is war, kid.”
Now…
Go figure.

Visit Daniel at http://about.me/dklawitter.…

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Bitter Sweet | A Poem by Anthony Cannon

Can you taste this?
They wanna know how I feel about it.
How I feel about holding back my pain and thankfulness for so many
remorseful years.
I account for the misery and woe in my bed sheets,
All of the nights of losing sleep and waking up feeling so
incomplete.
But then again…
The times I’m glad I’m still in God’s favor,
Still sitting on my throne over a pristine spotless temple.
Not ashamed of the tread of my feet I trod.
This potent wine I spill from my abode freezes solid-
Hard as rocks as they drop to deliver panic and unnecessary
persecution!
This is bitter sweet.
I’ve been picked over, left for dead, dissed at and forgotten,
They say my time has ran out,
But how could I believe this nonsense I’m reciting to you?
Can you believe this?
I rise up and stay above it,
Thinking to myself I’m on my own island of continuation…
That this lonesome, dark, pitch black nightmare will never end.
Go all the way to gehenna and back and still ceases to not exist.
This is bitter sweet.
Like how I’m ecstatic but it breaks my bones and crushes the marrow.
As I put my heart in this,
I love the sweet,
But I despise the bitter.
Thank you for tasting my bitter sweet.…

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My Beautiful Mary | A Poem by Joseph Romano

When I look into the heavens, yours is the only face I see.
You are not only my lover and wife, you are my future fantasy.
Of all the woman I’ve ever known.
You my darling Mary are the one I chose to be my very own.
No other woman has done so many beautiful things to me
As wonderful as the things you’ve done to my fantasy.
I can live my life for a hundred or more years.
There is no other woman that can bring to me so many happy and joyful tears.
Mary my darling I love the way you took and molded me.
You took and made me into the man I thought I could never be.
We’ve been married now for sixty five years or more
And to this day you are the only one I love and adore.…

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