♥shyann♥ ( F P C )
Wow this is a beautifully written. This is the best poem i've read all night....i loved the message you were getting across ..so many people see crying as a sign of weakness and i think its amazing that you wrote on this subject..very creative<3....i see why your friend turned to you in times of need...
your an amazing writer...i look foward to reading more<3
♥shyann♥ ( F P C )
Lol i didnt even realize i already commented on this poem....i think thats a sign i need to add it to my favourites:)
Spanish Star ( F P C )
I absolutely loved this poem..it spoke to me. I ecpesially loved the part:
"When you need help understanding
You know you must try
When nothing else helps you
IT'S OK TO CRY"
Truly a great poem..keep it up ;)
Jyoti Rana ( F P C )
This is really so nice poem.
"Cry" redirects here. For other uses, see Cry (disambiguation).
"Weeping" redirects here. For the weeping habit of trees, see Weeping tree.
This article is about the human shedding of tears. For other uses, see Crying (disambiguation).
A toddler crying.
French people bid troops of the French Army goodbye as they leave metropolitan France at Marseille harbour, 1941.Crying (also called sobbing, weeping, wailing, whimpering, bawling, and blubbering) is shedding tears as a response to an emotional state in humans. The act of crying has been defined as "a complex secretomotor phenomenon characterized by the shedding of tears from the lacrimal apparatus, without any irritation of the ocular structures". The medical term for this is to lacrimate, which also refers to non-emotional shedding of tears.
A neuronal connection between the lacrimal gland (tear duct) and the areas of the human brain involved with emotion has been established. Some scientists believe that only humans produce tears in response to emotional states  while others disagree. Charles Darwin wrote in The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals that the keepers of Indian elephants in the London Zoo told him that their charges shed tears in sorrow.
In many cultures, it is more socially acceptable for women and children to cry, and less socially acceptable for men to cry.
Tears produced during emotional crying have a chemical composition which differs from other types of tears. They contain significantly greater quantities of the hormones prolactin, adrenocorticotropic hormone, Leu-enkephalin and the elements potassium and manganese.
KEN ( F P C )
Very good Dennis, you have a true gift!
In the word of God we are told to weep with those who weep. The Lord Jesus wept at the tomb of Lazsarus, even though he knew he would raise him from the dead. The Jews who saw it exclaimed; "Look how much he loved him". It was the true humanity of the "Man" Jesus they saw, his love for his friend. By showing compassion for the person who had a loss you followed the Lord's example. Ken
It's an awesome poem :)))
Like this if you cry every time
This poem is really comforting
i really liked it
Crying is not Evil, It shows what your weaknesses is. Dont hate yourself if you are about to cry, for someone or for something else. After the pain, Tears can give you a gently Feeling. Excelent work :)
jamie25 ( C )
This poem was great! good job! the message is so true.
Princess Of Damned ( F C )
Just loved it!!
LittleMermaid ( F C D )
Its so so so nice..so heart-touching... i loved it immensely!
thanks a lot for sharing!