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Some of us read poetry for an eager and fast escape from this world. On the other hand, some of us read poetry solely to share it with the ones we love. There are miracles on paper that can easily be forgotten about if we let them be. The following poems are written by some of our favorites such as Shakespeare, John Donne, Homer, and more. It is clear why these have become some of the most famous and unforgettable poems ever written. So grab a pen, and interpret these poems in your own, unique way. How do I love thee?
You are still learning that beauty blooms in the darkest of places, like the flower whose roots grab hold of the soil deep underneath the ground, yes, you will rise like the stem, and open your petals to the sky. I am but one in this atmosphere. One person. One smile. One body on these legs. One heart beating furiously in my chest.
2. “Drinking Alone in the Moonlight” - Li Po
Peace: It can mean peace between nations, peace between friends and in the family, or inner peace. Whichever meaning of peace you're looking for, whatever peace you're seeking, the poets have probably described it in words and images., Poems on nature: during the height of mosquito season, they are our link to the outdoors, the only way to enjoy the great green world out there.
It is the thesis of the great psychoanalyst Viktor Frankl that man can endure any hardship as long as he can find meaning in the experience. Incidentally, as a survivor of Nazi Concentration Camps he was in a position to know. Thankfully, most of us are not tested in such extreme conditions. However, the principle is the same. Human beings cannot live without meaning.
Sadness and darkness are natural cousins. Since ancient times, people have worn black to express their grief. Happiness is attracted to sunshine and depression to darkness. There is a certain romance in darkness and melancholy. There is something mysterious about that which is hidden and unknown. Dark poems may seek to romanticize sadness and depression.