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One of the best. Tells the story well indeed with a masterful stroke. I am impressed.
What can I say, except it made me cry
I was very touched by this poem. It brought tears to my eyes. It is lovely.
This poem is a beautiful way to imagine a loved one who has passed on. Thanks for the lovely imagery.
This poem is very beautiful and it really touched my heart.
This poem is heartfelt; from the heart is always best! That's why this poem made my heart melt; it's a cut above all the rest.
I loved this poem. It was vivid and colorful. And it was uplifting to women. Good Job!

Love Poems (551-568)

  • by Dane Ryan
    This poem talks about my wife and how we met.
  • by Wanda Holloway
    Is this poem a fantasy? Or is it, instead, an evil desire each of us harbors from time to time?
  • by Ron Carnell
    I've rarely been described as a 'man of few words,' but sometimes I think less can indeed be more.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Science has shown us there are Natural Laws upon which our Universe is based. This poem is about one you won't find in any Physics book, though.
  • by missmorenaj
    A poem entitled 'Friends' in the section on Love? Could this be a mistake? Or is it, perhaps, simply the revealing of a very gentle, almost universal Truth?
  • by Michael Anderson
    Sometimes love comes and goes so fast you have to ask yourself if it was real. It certainly felt real to me.
  • by Michael Anderson
    They say, "Only a fool wishes for what he can't have." --- I guess only an idiot walks away from what he can.
  • by Maria Byrne
    Sometimes the most beautiful poems of love come out of a First Love - as it's ending.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Sometimes it's not easy to describe the color of a beautiful woman's eyes. Sometimes, the only way to do it is to cheat.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Hard science, we're told, deals only with things that can be measured. So, I obliged them with this simple poem.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Psychologists, like B. F. Skinner, contend that all humans are driven by the same basic needs in life. I contend he could have said it with more passion…
  • by Ron Carnell
    I haven't had a lot of success with marriage, though it certainly hasn't been from lack of trying. Still, in spite of a dismal track record, I seldom hesitate to share my thoughts.

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  • by Ron Carnell
    Sugary and sweet, with just a hint of humor. Oh, that describes the girl as much as the poem.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Plagiarism, even from the Public Domain, is foolish and wrong. Unless, of course, it works.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Sometimes the simplest declarations of love are the most honest ones.
  • by Ron Carnell
    There were far too few Love Poems written during my second marriage. Until it was too late. This short, simple poem was written during our first brief separation.
  • by Ron Carnell
    I wrote this shortly after my first marriage, a long long time ago, trying to describe the evolution of love. From my First Love to what I thought at the time was my Last. Silly me.
  • by Ron Carnell
    Over 30 years ago, I wrote a poem describing what I wanted out of life. In some ways, I guess this epitomizes the American Dream. I never found the Dream, but I haven't stopped looking.
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