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Mary
This was THE poem I needed. It said all I felt and all he needed to know.
Alyssa
I fell in love with this poem because it reminds me of a time that I shared with someone once. It touched me and I want to thank the author for writing it!
gloria
My life in a nut shell: Not being with "My Soulmate" in the flesh but only deep in my heart soul and mind.
Amanda
That is awesome. It is exactly the way me and the guy that I like are. It is perfect and so beautiful. Thank you.
Gail
What a beautiful poem. This describes exactly how I feel and what me and my love talk about. Hopefully this will be our last xmas apart.
Kathleen
What a beautiful poem this is! I came to this site looking for the perfect verse to express how I feel right now, and this poem was definitely it!!!
silly
Can reality be forged from wishes? Is love so patient and kind? Can there be one defining clue? Who knows?

Love Poems (351-400)

  • by J.B.
    This poem uses a very uncommon and beautiful metaphor to explore a very common situation in many marriages.
  • by William Carroll
    This poem is a clever way to impart a very old message…
  • by Peaches
    If Love could reach out and touch you, what would it feel like?
  • by Chamaeleyon
    Sometimes, in a relationship, two people develop special phrases that mean more than the simple words they use. Sometimes, a great deal more.
  • by Jackie Hattan
    Does a relationship need commitment? Or can it be experienced day-to-day, without promises for tomorrow?
  • by Ruben Nicholas
    First impressions always count, even in Love.
  • by Ruben Nicholas
    Unrequited Love, hidden Love -- but it never stops still being Love.
  • by Lisa Boyd
    This poem uses a haunting metaphor to explore the bindings that can be placed upon us by Love.
  • by Judy Burnette
    Psychologists can rattle off a score of common phobias, all with incomprehensible names. Do they have a name for fear of Love?
  • by Mark Acciard
    Just when you started to think you would never love again, the realization you were wrong can be enchanting.
  • by Pegasus
    When Love is strong enough, when Love is right, another person can become a part of your soul.
  • by Moon Princess
    This moving and beautiful poem speaks of Love, written by a poet that has obviously spent much time thinking of unique and wonderful way to speak of it.

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  • by Cindy Heavican
    Distance is no barrier to love. But it sure makes dreams more important.
  • by Lindsay Huffman
    If there were a facial expression associated with Love, it would have to center around the eyes…
  • by Tina Marie
    A chance meeting can have unexpected consequences.
  • by Bonnie Butler
    Love can give us a new vision, a new way of seeing.
  • by Peta Elizabeth Downes
    Distance can form boundaries between two people, but love knows not of these boundaries.
  • by Alyce S'mone
    Love can have its ups and downs, but even those are easier when in flight.
  • by Liza Marie
    This is a beautifully written poem about what one person can do to another's emotions.
  • by Judy Burnette
    When apart from those we love, we must cling to the hope and dream that the separation will soon end.
  • by Judy Burnette
    Love is a risk. Ah, but the rewards can indeed be great…
  • by Cindi Adams
    Committed to one, loving another.
  • by Christine McClimans
    This poem is about the beginnings of a magical, new love.
  • by Randy Guilhas
    If love were a dream, who the dreamer and who the dreamed?
  • by Lovelyladee
    It's not always easy being in love. But sometimes we choose to accept those difficulties as part of love.
  • by Christine McClimans
    Life is one choice after another, and no one get can go back in time to change one. But if you could?
  • by Anne Clarity
    A delightfully detailed account of what one poet sought - and found.
  • by Charmer
    Marriage vows are more than simple words, more than just a promise to be kept.
  • by Silky
    Love, like most things, has two sides…
  • by Charmer
    Sometimes the greatest challenge to love is a ghost from the past.
  • by Tom Perry
    What does love have to offer? This delightful poem offers maybe one or two answers…
  • by James Buscemi
    Love is something to be cherished, not simply as a whole, but moment by moment.
  • by Chuck Pool
    With a deft and clever twist, this poem describes Love in all its many manifestations.
  • by Jimmie Strong
    "When you find someone you want to spend the rest of your life with, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible." But sometimes, you have to wait…
  • by Faye Jones
    One of our favorite poets proves once again that a poem doesn't have to be long to be filled with profound and beautiful Truths.
  • by Angel Eyes
    Is love an emotion? Or is it, as this poem suggests, something more?
  • by Faye Jones
    The beautiful poem, from a talented and wise writer, explores a Truth too often forgotten - Love is much more than a physical attraction.
  • by Kevin Fulton
    Separation is never easy. But Love gives us reason to hope.
  • by }X{Angel}X{
    Can a Love poem make you cry and still be a Love poem? Normally, I'd say no. But this beautiful poem is both an exception and exceptional.
  • by LaTiefa Alston
    A very talented poet explores an old cliché from a new vantage point - Does love at first sight need time to grow?
  • by Phoebe Moon
    You can never go home again - unless perhaps you cleverly redefine the meaning of the word home
  • by Christine
    They are the most powerful words in any language. And sometimes, their very power and magic make us afraid to voice them.
  • by Holly Horn
    If you could have a single wish, what would it be?
  • by Peggy Meeks-King
    If you're going to make wishes, there's no point in making small ones.
  • by Ray Collings
    Forty years of love and marriage gives a person a certain perspective on love and life. It also, it would seem, makes priorities a little clearer.
  • by Mike Van Rensselaer
    This is a delightful poem about life, friendship, love, and beauty. And perhaps of what we can learn from the world in which we live.
  • by Amanda Jenkins
    Sometimes the greatest expression of love, and the greatest declaration of love, is nothing more than a hug.
  • by Barbi D
    Absence doesn't just make the heart grow fonder. It also produced beautiful poetry.
  • by Mindy Caldwell
    How do you recognize love when it comes?
  • by Lorna Ives
    This poem explores a marriage that has withstood the test of time and proven that love really can last - forever.
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