We all have been taught not to let things get into us – never let negativity consume our being. But, we are all gullible with sorrow. That is fine. What is not fair to us is to let it become all that we are.

Mourn. Cry. But never forget to also live and learn to let go.

Both melancholic and cheerful, be inspired by these poems to live a life full of happiness and less regret.


It’s hard to forgive and even harder to forget. That is the reality that Lang Leav wants to impart. Another reality is the positivity of overcoming sadness and seeing things outside of the dark tunnel. Forgive yourself first and the rest will follow.

We cannot escape misery. It is part of living for we couldn’t truly appreciate the good life without it. This poem is a revelation that life, after all, still has a lot to offer. Everything is a matter of perspective.

Letting go of the ones we love is a painful experience. But, lucky are the people who get second chances. And yours is just waiting to happen.

Ella Wheeler Wilcox’s Solitude will teach us that there is no room for negativity. Be lonely, and you will only be alone. Don’t waste your time for life is full of beautiful things like friends and family who will always have your best interest at heart.

It is never too late to do the things you want to do and say the things you want to say. Writing is a representation that you can always repent and express your remorse. Don’t always bottle it up. Let it go.

A brilliant poem about finding love. But, an even magnificent poem about learning to find happiness. It is challenging to desert the things we have held on for so long. However, it is the only way we can move forward. Believe that there is a rainbow after the rain if we only liberate ourselves from regret.

To delve in your regret is to strip yourself of a well-lived life. The poem teaches us how the beautiful emotions of happiness and love will be lost forever. You are worthy of these things, forgive yourself.


“Life is too short to be nothing but happy.” We’ve gotten tired of this cliche that people keep telling us when all we want is just to let us be with our sadness and regret. But his phrase bears some truth into it. We only get one shot in this life, so why do you spend it in a life full of sorrow and disappointment?

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