"The Giving Tree" by Shel Silverstein is a classic children's book and is loved by many.

After a tree in Oakland, California was cut down, all that remained was a stump.

Someone brought the book to life when they wrote the following verse from "The Giving Tree."

’I don't need very much now,'
 

said the boy,
'just a quiet place to sit and rest.


I am very tired.

'
'Well,' said the tree,


straightening herself up 
as much as she could,


'well, an old stump is good
for sitting and resting.


Come, Boy, sit down.
Sit down and rest.'

And the boy did.

This verse is leaving people in tears!

In case you need a quick refresher of the story. We got you covered!

"The Giving Tree" tells the story of a tree that spends it's life giving shade and fruit to a boy. But, eventually as all things do, the boy and tree grow old. The tree eventually gets cut down to a stump and provides the perfect place to sit and rest for the boy.

Are you crying yet?! Because we sure are!