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It's Really Not So Bad
I'll be alright, I always am. Just because I miss you, it doesn't make me less of who I am.
I Am an Object.
Musing by MyBreath
My silence is forced, but I will not disobey, for I will die a cruel death.
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Trying to Forget
Poem by chaotic child
I’m trying to forget the people that stopped being my friends, because sometimes it hurts too much to remember.
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Am I Worth a Second to You?
People talk about how they'd die for each other. I want to know if you'd use a moment of your day just for me.
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Wishing I Never Knew What It Was Like to Love You
Heartbreak in the form of rejection, the undeveloped and young kind.

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How Can I Love You
Story by Sad🥺
How can you love someone who treates you like crap.
Story by bangalore
my only birthday party.
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Plea to See
Poem by cricket
its just what i feel like i have to do
A Quiet Place
Poem by Zip017
A tale of someone's experience inside their head when outside of it if to much to handle.
Music Is Healing
Story by JTCountryPop
Dylan faces extreme anxiety, but when he joins a band he starts to open up more and have friends. However, when he starts to be overcome with darkness, he must rely on music to find the light again.

Highest Rated Sad Short Stories

Poem by kkhause
A suicide note of hopelessness and pain...
I let someone into my life. And they kinda sorta broke me a little bit.
Pretend You Don't See Her
The cruelty of bullies...
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Two Friends
Story by Thomas Ray
Happy? Maybe someday.
November 21st at 6:58am
Story by 🌸Fate
He opened his eyes again looking dull as ever. Time just keep repeating.

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Last Words
Story by RLMaring
A story of a girl's last words to her mom
Hospital Windows
Story by Author Unknown
And every afternoon when the man in the bed by the window could sit up, he would pass the time by describing to his roommate all the things he could see outside the window.
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A Tear to the Eye
Story by Author Unknown
Barbara was driving her six-year-old son, Benjamin, to his piano lesson when something bad happened....
Story by Author Unknown
My personal experience with depression. Touches on what I've gone through and how lucky I am to be where I am today.
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Story by mazharabro
A Short Story from Sindhi Literature Author: Mazhar Abro Translated by: Hafeez Darban.