Sad Love Poem | The Double Dice | Emotional Love Poem

This sad love poem is a heart-provoking love poem that seeks to define the meaning of true love.

Best Sad Emotional Love Poem - The Double Dice

This poignant sad love poem, 'The Double Dice,' delves into the depths of heartbreak and longing, exploring the profound emotional turmoil that accompanies the futile search for love in places where it cannot be found. With each verse heavy with the weight of unfulfilled desires and dashed hopes, it paints a haunting portrait of the relentless pursuit of affection in the face of inevitable disappointment. Through its raw and evocative imagery, the poem encapsulates the bittersweet agony of yearning for a love that remains forever out of reach.

As the lines unfold, they weave a narrative of vulnerability and disillusionment, inviting the reader into a world where the quest for love becomes a labyrinth of shattered dreams and unfulfilled promises. With each turn of phrase, the poem lays bare the stark reality of investing one's heart in relationships devoid of genuine affection, offering a poignant reminder of the pain that accompanies the realization that love cannot be forced or fabricated. In its tender exploration of unrequited longing, 'The Double Dice' serves as a poignant testament to the complexities of the human heart.

This sad love poem serves as a poignant reminder of the delicate balance between hope and despair in matters of the heart. It speaks to the universal experience of yearning for connection and intimacy, even in the face of repeated disappointment. Through its achingly beautiful verses, 'The Double Dice' offers solace to those who have dared to love fiercely and unconditionally, despite the risk of heartbreak, reminding us all that sometimes, the greatest act of courage lies in letting go of love that was never truly ours to begin with. This sad love poem The Double Dice expresses deep emotional thoughts of trying so much to find love where it doesn't exist. 

The Double Dice

Games are played to be won
But what happens if the centre doesn’t hold?
Cry your head out or blame your misfortune on nature
Nature has been so kind to some
To others, it has been a step to misery.

Who do you blame when you had to
Smoke away two packets of cigarette
Or drink too drunk just to relieve an emotional stress
The stress of realizing it too late
That you had been fooled up.

I wondered why love exists
How did it come to be!
Could it be wrong to call it an unseen spirit?
How do the mighty turned jellies on sighting love
With all the educational development and advancement
Nor had found the perfect cure for a lovesick fellow.

Time, they say heals wound
Even if it heals, does the heart forget?
In love, everybody is learners
No one claims to be a perfector
In love, everybody’s hearts are broken
Some are healed.

To be in love, you must have a heart of double dice
Do not expect a double six throw always
To perfect the art, learn the coin philosophy
Head you win or tail you lose.

Nsikak Andrew, 5th April, 2000

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Sad Love Poem | The Double Dice | Emotional Love Poem
This sad love poem is a heart-provoking love poem that seeks to define the meaning of true love.
Nsikak Andrew – In Patches of Thoughts, Words are Formed!
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