• Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley

This poem would rank high in my favorites because it’s about a king of ancient Egypt. I love This poem also because it speaks of the king’s pride – a very underrated attribute. An attribute if used correctly could push someone to the skies or if unwisely blinded by it will surely bring them to their downfall.

  • Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep by Mary Elizabeth Frye

I really like this poem because of the simple and gentle words the author uses to describe what many humans fear. Yet she makes it feel very different from what we know of it.

  • Brooke Hampton, Barefoot Five

What I like about this poem is that it speaks about a mother’s life who is trying her hardest to show that she is not a burden but in fact a very active and useful woman. In other words a strong woman.

  • A Man’s Struggles By Ayeshah

I love this poem because it shines a light on something that has been very undermined for a long time now. There might be some grammatical errors but I am glad I stumbled upon this poem.