These are some of my favorite poems that make me cry. They don’t make me feel sad or sad about anything at all, just happy that you read them.
These are my favorite poems that make you cry. They don’t make me feel sad or sad about anything at all, just happy that you read them.
There are so many great poems out there that make me cry. This is a list of the top 10.
Here are some of my favorites. I hope you enjoy.
I used to use this list as a “poem of the week” when I was in college. I’d write this list, then I’d read them all day, then when I saw it again, I’d write it again, and so on. The only problem was I was always so sick of this list that I’d forget to read it. Then I got an idea for a different list.
So now that you’ve decided to read a list, I’m sorry to tell you that a lot of it doesn’t really make sense. So here’s a list of the best poems you’ll ever read.
I know that some of you are probably thinking, “Why are you reading this list anyway?” and “Isn’t this just a list of the best poems since World War II?” Well, it is a list of the best poems since World War II, but it is also a list of the best poems ever because they are all poems that I read. This is because I am a poet, and poetry is my best friend.
Yes, you read poetry. Poetry is one of the most important art forms in history, and I think that it is the thing that keeps me sane. Poetry is a language that can be used by anyone, anywhere, anytime, forever, with no language barrier, and that is what makes it so special.
The best poetry has the ability to touch the soul, to make you cry with the same intensity that the words do. A poem is a gift given to you by an artist, and like any gift it can be a burden or a blessing, depending on how you handle it.
The first time I ever heard that phrase, I thought it was some weird form of curse, but now I think it’s a pretty good description. When I hear a poem that I don’t know, I can’t help but think that the artist would like to have someone recognize the beauty in my work. My favorite poets are not those that I’ve studied in college or read in books.