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This poem has been one of the first poems that would describe to the bone the way I feel about my boyfriend. You are truly blessed! Thank you for your inspirations, they are breath taking!
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This poem is so beautiful. It said everything that i wanted to say to my man and more. Very very real.
Tamara
Not just romantic and wishy-washy, but rather, full of real human emotion, feeling and depth. Thank you for a beautiful poem!
stacy
That was beautiful; the best poems come straight from the heart!
Jessica
This poem is truly beautiful. It is something that I would not mind sharing with a special someone or just my friends. I give the poem a 10. And to the author: GREAT JOB!
Olivia
This poem reminds me of how I felt for my boyfriend and how I still feel for him. This poem should be put in the hall of fame! Because it truly is special to some people!
Olivia
This is a lovely poem. When I first read it I knew right then that it described me and my boyfriend. Keep up the good work!

Love Poems (401-425)

  • by Barbi D
    When it seems as if there are no words, these words should bring you close.
  • by Spirit
    The beginning of love are a tumultuous time, a time of insecurities and passions. And, too, it's a very wonderful time…
  • by Xallanthia Zentralthan
    The gift of flowers is almost a cliché, but cliches become cliches because they have within them a spark of Truth.
  • by Kyle Poole
    Love can make even a quiet little dinner seem like an extraordinary experience.
  • by Kitty
    The author submitted this in the Love category, but I moved it to the Sad one. Then I moved it back again. Yea, it really is that kind of poem. Read it and enjoy it - before I move it again.
  • by Michelle Mckee
    The lovely poem explores Love through the use of a very unique, very beautiful metaphor.
  • by Tara Simms
    They say anything carried to extremes can be dangerous. Even passion…
  • by Tara Simms
    Competition is healthy and good in most things. But not in the realms of Love…
  • by Marc Coxall
    Metaphors twirl, one to another, as a poet explores the feelings of a perfect love.
  • by Sharon Rotondi
    This is a very beautiful poem with a very simple Truth: Love that survives long enough can only grow stronger and more intense.
  • by Sara Childers
    Sex is a joining of bodies, but Love is a joining of souls.
  • by Rosemary J. Gwaltney
    There is a comfort in human touches. Especially when the touch comes from one loved dearly…

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Love Poems continued

  • by Judy Burnette
    Time is a very subjective thing. And when you miss someone dear, a single day can stretch to eternity.
  • by Lloyd Klumpp
    Many of us go through life experiencing times of Love and no-Love, like a teeter-totter placed on the fulcrum of our memories.
  • by Jenn Hodges
    Our vision of the world is very different when we're touched by love.
  • by Ted Reynolds
    The poem is short, the description shorter. But the promises will take a lifetime to fulfill.
  • by Aaron Hill
    The words I love you are not a statement, but a dialog. And, sometimes, the dialog is a difficult one to begin.
  • by Andrea Hill
    Like a whirlwind, this beautiful poem sweeps from one metaphor to the next in an attempt to describe the undescribable. And that, after all, is part of the poet's job…
  • by Andrea Hill
    This is a beautifully crafted poem exploring the war that can rage within us when our hearts and minds cannot agree on what they want and need. The poet has done a masterful job of capturing this all too common conflict.
  • by Richard James Bayless
    If French is the language of love, then surely Paris is its center.
  • by Oneofmany
    This is a wonderful poem not only of Love, but of inspiration and trust.
  • by Chanelle De Winter
    Do you hear voices? Maybe it's not madness. Maybe it's just Love.
  • by Chanelle De Winter
    The rhymes of the is poem will delight you, and it's message make you smile.
  • by Sam
    This poem is a little confusing until you realize that every other stanza is spoken from a different person's viewpoint. Then, it makes beautiful sense.
  • by Whispering Wind
    When we willingly abandon our freedom, there can only be one reason…
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