pour (one's) soul out (to someone)

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pour (one's) soul out (to someone)

To share one's deepest or most intimate emotions, thoughts, or secrets, especially in a profuse or sudden manner. Samantha poured her soul out to me last night about how grief-stricken she's been since her father passed away. Sorry for pouring my soul out like that. I've been keeping those feelings bottled up for a long time.
See also: out, pour, soul
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Trixie, having put her partying ways behind her, now has a sideline as a Keep Fit instructor, which proves thoroughly jolly all round until one pour soul loses control of her pelvic floor muscles mid-class (that's childbirth for you, love).
McCoist, below, said: "Paul just looks a pour soul and everyone has major concerns as to where this is going to go.
Last night McCoist said: "Paul just looks a pour soul and everyone has real major concerns as to where this is going to go.
We can't wait to return to work without guilt, happy in the knowledge that some other pour soul is looking after our offspring.
POUR SOUL nMurray's hoping for a break from the weather and looking for revenge when he takes on Donald Young after the American, far right, beat him at Indian Wells, bottom
POUR SOUL: Neil Alexander was a nervous kid when he served former Ibrox favourite Ray Wilkins a drink at Edinburgh Airport; BEST MOVE BAR NONE: Alexander couldn't snub Rangers
On the par-three 11th it all became too much for one pour soul who suffered a diabetic fit as Woods prepared to tee off.
Pity the pour soul whose job it was to clean and dry that lot.
So when the topic rears its ugly head again and clubs moan about their players being over-worked due to the schedules, it's worth flagging up that the ones landing these pour souls with the additional burden are the clubs themselves.
Too often those pour souls sent to take the flak had no concept as to the social impact their proposals would have.
Too often those pour souls sent to "take the flak" had no concept as to the social impact their proposals would have.
And then it's a rattling 35 minute journey on the meat wagon, with all the other pour souls travelling to the sausage factory for another thankless day at work.
The dimly-lit passage was the last sight most pour souls saw before they were herded out to be slaughtered for the entertainment of the masses.
Scottish Commonwealth track silver medallist Charline Joiner added: "My thoughts and heart go out to all those pour souls involved in the tragic accident in Glasgow."
These pour souls haven't had cause to celebrate since Mark Bowen and Jeremy Goss took them into dreamland by scoring the goals that beat Bayern Munich in the Olympic Stadium.