poems to lover

Love poems to him from the heart or love poems to her from the heart could be one of the best way of expressing your love to him/her. Whether you’re searching for best love poems, poems to lovers, poems to my lover or poems to lover, centguide.com offers you the best love poems ever.

58 BEAUTIFUL LOVE POEMS TO READ RIGHT NOW

Roses are red, Violets are…(this is how far I cam go)so I guess I should leave the love poems to the experts and there are quite a number of  experts to choose from.

Love poems have been since there’s been poetry. From the love of friendship described between Gilgamesh and Enkidu or the romantic love Homer describes between Penelope and Odysseus or Paris a (himself) poets have been writing about love for a long time.  Poets have used sonnets, since the days of epic poetry free verse, villanelles, slam poetryshort poems, and even instagram poetry to describe love.

These love poems we’ve collected vary widely ranging from classic love poems to some love poems culled from posts on social media this year.  Some rhyme and others do not. Most are romantic while others are sad or angry. Conclusively, all of them are beautiful and they are all about love.

 

1. “ANY LIT” BY HARRYETTE MULLEN

You are a ukulele beyond my microphone

You are a Yukon beyond my Micronesia

You are a union beyond my meiosis
You are a unicycle beyond my migration
You are a universe beyond my mitochondria
You are a Eucharist beyond my Miles Davis
You are a euphony beyond my myocardiogram
You are a unicorn beyond my Minotaur
You are a eureka beyond my maitai
You are a Yuletide beyond my minesweeper
You are a euphemism beyond my myna bird

2. “TO THE GIRL WHO WORKS AT STARBUCKS” BY RUDY FRANCISCO

3. “ATLAS” BY U.A. FANTHORPE

There is a kind of love called maintenance
Which stores the WD40 and knows when to use it

Which checks the insurance, and doesnt forget

The milkman; which remembers to plant bulbs;Which answers letters; which knows the way
The money goes; which deals with dentists

And Road Fund Tax and meeting trains,
And postcards to the lonely; which upholds

The permanently rickety elaborate
Structures of living, which is Atlas.

And maintenance is the sensible side of love,
Which knows what time and weather are doing
To my brickwork; insulates my faulty wiring;
Laughs at my dryrotten jokes; remembers
My need for gloss and grouting; which keeps
My suspect edifice upright in air,
As Atlas did the sky.

4. “WHEN A BOY TELLS YOU HE LOVES YOU” BY EDWIN BODNEY

5. “WHEN YOU COME” BY MAYA ANGELOU

When you come to me, unbidden,
Beckoning me
To long-ago rooms,
Where memories lie.

Offering me, as to a child, an attic,
Gatherings of days too few.
Baubles of stolen kisses.
Trinkets of borrowed loves.
Trunks of secret words,

I CRY.

6. “SONNET 29” BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

When, in disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes,
I all alone beweep my outcast state,
And trouble deaf heaven with my bootless cries,
And look upon myself and curse my fate,
Wishing me like to one more rich in hope,
Featured like him, like him with friends possessed,
Desiring this man’s art and that man’s scope
With what I most enjoy contented least;
Yet in these thoughts myself almost despising,
Haply I think on thee, and then my state,
(Like to the lark at break of day arising
From sullen earth) sings hymns at heaven’s gate;
For thy sweet love remembered such wealth brings
That then I scorn to change my state with kings.

7. “SONNET 116” BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

8. “UNTITLED” BY CHRISTOPHER POINDEXTER

 

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9. “IT IS HERE” BY HAROLD PINTER

(for A)

What sound was that?

I turn away, into the shaking room.

What was that sound that came in on the dark?
What is this maze of light it leaves us in?
What is this stance we take,
To turn away and then turn back?
What did we hear?

It was the breath we took when we first met.

Listen. It is here.

10. “VALENTINE” BY JOHN FULLER

11. “ECHO” BY CAROL ANN DUFFY

I think I was searching for treasures or stones
in the clearest of pools
when your face…

when your face,
like the moon in a well
where I might wish…

might well wish
for the iced fire of your kiss;
only on water my lips, where your face…

where your face was reflected, lovely,
not really there when I turned
to look behind at the emptying air…

the emptying air.

12. “IT’S ALL I HAVE TO BRING TODAY” BY EMILY DICKINSON

It’s all I have to bring today—
This, and my heart beside—
This, and my heart, and all the fields—
And all the meadows wide—
Be sure you count—should I forget
Some one the sum could tell—
This, and my heart, and all the Bees
Which in the Clover dwell.

13. “UNTITLED” BY PAVANA

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14. “TO THE DESERT” BY BENJAMIN ALIRE SÁENZ

I came to you one rainless August night.
You taught me how to live without the rain.
You are thirst and thirst is all I know.
You are sand, wind, sun, and burning sky,
The hottest blue. You blow a breeze and brand
Your breath into my mouth. You reach—then bend
Your force, to break, blow, burn, and make me new.
You wrap your name tight around my ribs
And keep me warm. I was born for you.
Above, below, by you, by you surrounded.
I wake to you at dawn. Never break your
Knot. Reach, rise, blow, Sálvame, mi dios,
Trágame, mi tierra. Salva, traga, Break me,
I am bread. I will be the water for your thirst.

15. “A GLIMPSE” BY WALT WHITMAN

A glimpse through an interstice caught,
Of a crowd of workmen and drivers in a bar-room around the stove late of a winter night, and I unremark’d seated in a corner,
Of a youth who loves me and whom I love, silently approaching and seating himself near, that he may hold me by the hand,
A long while amid the noises of coming and going, of drinking and oath and smutty jest,
There we two, content, happy in being together, speaking little, perhaps not a word.

16. “I WANNA BE YOURS” BY JOHN COOPER CLARKE

17. “I WANTED TO MAKE MYSELF LIKE THE RAVINE” BY HANNAH GAMBLE

I wanted to make myself like the ravine
so that all good things
would flow into me.

Because the ravine is lowly,
it receives an abundance.

This sounds wonderful
to everyone
who suffers from lacking,
but consider, too, that a ravine
keeps nothing out:

in flows a peach
with only one bite taken out of it,
but in flows, too,
the body of a stiff mouse
half cooked by the heat of the stove
it was toughening under.

I have an easygoing way about me.
I’ve been an inviting host —
meaning to, not meaning to.
Oops — he’s approaching with his tongue
already out
and moving.

Analyze the risks
of becoming a ravine.

Compare those with the risks
of becoming a well
with a well-bolted lid.

Which I’d prefer
depends largely on which kinds
of animals were inside me
when the lid went on
and how likely they’d be
to enjoy the water,
vs. drown, freeze, or starve.

The lesson: close yourself off
at exactly the right time.

On the day that you wake up
under some yellow curtains
with a smile on your face,

lock the door.
Live out your days
untroubled like that.

18. “QUEEN ANNE’S LACE” BY WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS

Her body is not so white as
anemone petals nor so smooth—nor
so remote a thing. It is a field
of the wild carrot taking
thefield by force; the grass
does not raise above it.
Here is no question of whiteness,
white as can be, with a purple mole
at the center of each flower.
Each flower is a hand’s span
of her whiteness. Wherever
his hand has lain there is
a tiny purple blossom under his touch
to which the fibres of her being
stem one by one, each to its end,
until the whole field is a
white desire, empty, a single stem,
a cluster, flower by flower,
a pious wish to whiteness gone over—
or nothing.

19. “WHEN LOVE ARRIVES” BY SARAH KAY & PHIL KAYE

20. “TO YOU” BY KENNETH KOCH

I love you as a sheriff searches for a walnut
That will solve a murder case unsolved for years
Because the murderer left it in the snow beside a window
Through which he saw her head, connecting with
Her shoulders by a neck, and laid a red
Roof in her heart. For this we live a thousand years;
For this we love, and we live because we love, we are not
Inside a bottle, thank goodness! I love you as a
Kid searches for a goat; I am crazier than shirttails
In the wind, when you’re near, a wind that blows from
The big blue sea, so shiny so deep and so unlike us;
I think I am bicycling across an Africa of green and white fields
Always, to be near you, even in my heart
When I’m awake, which swims, and also I believe that you
Are trustworthy as the sidewalk which leads me to
The place where I again think of you, a new
Harmony of thoughts! I love you as the sunlight leads the prow
Of a ship which sails
From Hartford to Miami, and I love you
Best at dawn, when even before I am awake the sun
Receives me in the questions which you always pose.

21. “POLARITIES” BY KENNETH SIESSOR

Sometimes she is like sherry, like the sun through a vessel of glass,
Like light through an oriel window in a room of yellow wood;
Sometimes she is the colour of lions, of sand in the fire of noon,
Sometimes as bruised with shadows as the afternoon.

Sometimes she moves like rivers, sometimes like trees;
Or tranced and fixed like South Pole silences;
Sometimes she is beauty, sometimes fury, sometimes neither,
Sometimes nothing, drained of meaning, null as water.

Sometimes, when she makes me pea-soup or plays me Schumann,
I love her one way; sometimes I love her another
More disturbing way when she opens her mouth in the dark;
Sometimes I like her with camellias, sometimes with a parsley-stalk,
Sometimes I like her swimming in a mirror on the wall;
Sometimes I don’t like her at all.

22. “UNTITLED” BY AMANDA LOVELACE

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23. “WHEN WE ARE OLD AND THESE REJOICING VEINS” BY EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY

When we are old and these rejoicing veins
Are frosty channels to a muted stream,
And out of all our burning their remains
No feeblest spark to fire us, even in dream,
This be our solace: that it was not said
When we were young and warm and in our prime,
Upon our couch we lay as lie the dead,
Sleeping away the unreturning time.
O sweet, O heavy-lidded, O my love,
When morning strikes her spear upon the land,
And we must rise and arm us and reprove
The insolent daylight with a steady hand,
Be not discountenanced if the knowing know
We rose from rapture but an hour ago.

24. “WITCH WIFE” BY EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY

She is neither pink nor pale,
And she never will be all mine;
She learned her hands in a fairy-tale,
And her mouth on a valentine.

She has more hair than she needs;
In the sun ’tis a woe to me!
And her voice is a string of coloured beads,
Or steps leading into the sea.

She loves me all that she can,
And her ways to my ways resign;
But she was not made for any man,
And she never will be all mine.

25. “TYPEWRITER SERIES #2091” BY TYLER KNOTT GREGSON

26. “RONDEL OF MERCILESS BEAUTY” BY GEOFFREY CHAUCER

Your two great eyes will slay me suddenly;
Their beauty shakes me who was once serene;
Straight through my heart the wound is quick and keen.Only your word will heal the injury
To my hurt heart, while yet the wound is clean—
Your two great eyes will slay me suddenly;
Their beauty shakes me who was once serene.Upon my word, I tell you faithfully
Through life and after death you are my queen;
For with my death the whole truth shall be seen.
Your two great eyes will slay me suddenly;
Their beauty shakes me who was once serene;
Straight through my heart the wound is quick and keen.

27. “TO AN ARMY WIFE IN SARDIS” FROM SAPPHO TRANSLATED BY MARY BARNARD

To an army wife, in Sardis:

Some say a cavalry corps,
some infantry, some, again,
will maintain that the swift oars
of our fleet are the finest
sight on dark earth; but I say
that whatever one loves, is.
This is easily proved: did
not Helen—she who had scanned
the flower of the world’s manhood—
choose as first among men one
who laid Troy’s honor in ruin?
warped to his will, forgetting
love due her own blood, her own
child, she wandered far with him.
So Anactoria, although you
being far away forget us,
the dear sound of your footstep
and light glancing in your eyes
would move me more than glitter
of Lydian horse or armored
tread of mainland infantry

28. “THE GOOD MORROW” BY JOHN DONNE

29. “A LOVE SONG FOR LUCINDA” BY LANGSTON HUGHES 

Love
Is a ripe plum
Growing on a purple tree.
Taste it once
And the spell of its enchantment
Will never let you be.

Love
Is a bright star
Glowing in far Southern skies.
Look too hard
And its burning flame
Will always hurt your eyes.

Love
Is a high mountain
Stark in a windy sky.
If you
Would never lose your breath
Do not climb too high.

30. “TWENTY ONE LOVE POEMS” BY ADRIENNE RICH

31. “I LOVE YOU” BY CARL SANDBERG

I love you for what you are, but I love you yet more for what you are going to be.
I love you not so much for your realities as for your ideals. I pray for your desires that they may be great, rather than for your satisfactions, which may be so hazardously little.
A satisfied flower is one whose petals are about to fall. The most beautiful rose is one hardly more than a bud wherein the pangs and ecstasies of desire are working for a larger and finer growth. Not always shall you be what you are now. You are going forward toward something great. I am on the way with you and therefore I love you.

32. “FOR HIM” BY RUPI KAUR

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33. “UNTITLED” BY RUPI KAUR

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34. “SONNET XLIII”” BY ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height
My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight
For the ends of being and ideal grace.
I love thee to the level of every day’s
Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light.
I love thee freely, as men strive for right;
I love thee purely, as they turn from praise.
I love thee with the passion put to use
In my old griefs, and with my childhood’s faith.
I love thee with a love I seemed to lose
With my lost saints. I love thee with the breath,
Smiles, tears, of all my life; and, if God choose,
I shall but love thee better after death.

35. “FALLING STARS” BY RAINER MARIA RILKE

Do you remember still the falling stars
that like swift horses through the heavens raced
and suddenly leaped across the hurdles
of our wishes—do you recall? And we
did make so many! For there were countless numbers
of stars: each time we looked above we were
astounded by the swiftness of their daring play,
while in our hearts we felt safe and secure
watching these brilliant bodies disintegrate,
knowing somehow we had survived their fall.

36. “PHOTOGRAPH” BY ANDREA GIBSON

37. “LITANY” BY BILLY COLLINS

38. “LOVE POEM” BY AUDRE LORDE

Speak earth and bless me with what is richest
make sky flow honey out of my hips
rigis mountains
spread over a valley
carved out by the mouth of rain.

And I knew when I entered her I was
high wind in her forests hollow
fingers whispering sound
honey flowed
from the split cup
impaled on a lance of tongues
on the tips of her breasts on her navel
and my breath
howling into her entrances
through lungs of pain.

Greedy as herring-gulls
or a child
I swing out over the earth
over and over
again.

39. “DEFEATED BY LOVE” BY RUMI

The sky was lit

by the splendor of the moon

So powerful
I fell to the ground

Your love
has made me sure

I am ready to forsake
this worldly life
and surrender
to the magnificence
of your Being

40. “HABITATION” BY MARGARET ATWOOD

Marriage is not
a house, or even a tent

it is before that, and colder:

the edge of the forest, the edge
of the desert
the unpainted stairs
at the back, where we squat
outdoors, eating popcorn

where painfully and with wonder

at having survived
this far

we are learning to make fire

41. “DESIRE” BY ALICE WALKER

My desire
is always the same; wherever Life
deposits me:
I want to stick my toe
& soon my whole body
into the water.
I want to shake out a fat broom
& sweep dried leaves
bruised blossoms
dead insects
& dust.
I want to grow
something.
It seems impossible that desire
can sometimes transform into devotion;
but this has happened.
And that is how I’ve survived:
how the hole
I carefully tended
in the garden of my heart
grew a heart
to fill it.

42. “MAD GIRL’S LOVE SONG” BY SYLVIA PLATH

“I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead;
I lift my lids and all is born again.
(I think I made you up inside my head.)

The stars go waltzing out in blue and red,
And arbitrary blackness gallops in:
I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead.

I dreamed that you bewitched me into bed
And sung me moon-struck, kissed me quite insane.
(I think I made you up inside my head.)

God topples from the sky, hell’s fires fade:
Exit seraphim and Satan’s men:
I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead.

I fancied you’d return the way you said,
But I grow old and I forget your name.
(I think I made you up inside my head.)

I should have loved a thunderbird instead;
At least when spring comes they roar back again.
I shut my eyes and all the world drops dead.
(I think I made you up inside my head.)”

43. “SOMEWHERE I HAVE NEVER TRAVELED” BY E.E. CUMMINGS

44. “LOVE IS A PLACE” BY E.E. CUMMINGS

love is a place
& through this place of
love move
(with brightness of peace)
all places

yes is a world
& in this world of
yes live
(skilfully curled)
all worlds

45. “UNTITLED” BY AMAN BATRA

 

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46. “YOUR FEET” BY PABLO NERUDA

When I cannot look at your face
I look at your feet.
Your feet of arched bone,
your hard little feet.
I know that they support you,
and that your sweet weight
rises upon them.
Your waist and your breasts,
the doubled purple
of your nipples,
the sockets of your eyes
that have just flown away,
your wide fruit mouth,
your red tresses,
my little tower.
But I love your feet
only because they walked
upon the earth and upon
the wind and upon the waters,
until they found me.

47. “THE WORLD AS MEDITATION” BY WALLACE STEVENS

48. “BLUEBIRD TYPEWRITER POETRY #7” BY SEAN BATES

49. “MARRIED LOVE” BY KUAN TAO-SHENG, TRANSLATED BY KENNETH REXROTH AND LING CHUNG

You and I
Have so much love,
That it
Burns like a fire,
In which we bake a lump of clay
Molded into a figure of you
And a figure of me.
Then we take both of them,
And break them into pieces,
And mix the pieces with water,
And mold again a figure of you,
And a figure of me.
I am in your clay.
You are in my clay.
In life we share a single quilt.
In death we will share one bed.

50. “HOW FALLING IN LOVE IS LIKE OWNING A DOG” BY TAYLOR MALI

51. “LOVE IS A FIRE THAT BURNS UNSEEN” BY LUÍS VAZ DE CAMÕES, TRANSLATED BY RICHARD ZENITH

Love is a fire that burns unseen,
a wound that aches yet isn’t felt,
an always discontent contentment,
a pain that rages without hurting,

a longing for nothing but to long,
a loneliness in the midst of people,
a never feeling pleased when pleased,
a passion that gains when lost in thought.

It’s being enslaved of your own free will;
it’s counting your defeat a victory;
it’s staying loyal to your killer.

But if it’s so self-contradictory,
how can Love, when Love chooses,
bring human hearts into sympathy?

52. “NEVER GIVE ALL THE HEART” BY W.B. YEATS

Never give all the heart, for love
Will hardly seem worth thinking of
To passionate women if it seem
Certain, and they never dream
That it fades out from kiss to kiss;
For everything that’s lovely is
But a brief, dreamy, kind delight.
O never give the heart outright,
For they, for all smooth lips can say,
Have given their hearts up to the play.
And who could play it well enough
If deaf and dumb and blind with love?
He that made this knows all the cost,
For he gave all his heart and lost.

53. “HOW TO LOVE YOUR INTROVERT” BY KEVIN YANG

54. “SEDUCTION” BY NIKKI GIOVANNI

55. “CAMOMILE TEA” BY KATHERINE MANSFIELD

Outside the sky is light with stars;
There’s a hollow roaring from the sea.
And, alas! for the little almond flowers,
The wind is shaking the almond tree.

How little I thought, a year ago,
In the horrible cottage upon the Lee
That he and I should be sitting so
And sipping a cup of camomile tea.

Light as feathers the witches fly,
The horn of the moon is plain to see;
By a firefly under a jonquil flower
A goblin toasts a bumble-bee.

We might be fifty, we might be five,
So snug, so compact, so wise are we!
Under the kitchen-table leg
My knee is pressing against his knee.

Our shutters are shut, the fire is low,
The tap is dripping peacefully;
The saucepan shadows on the wall
Are black and round and plain to see.

56. “WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME?” BY ARIELLE WILBURN

57. “NAMING THE HEARTBEATS” BY AIMEE NEZHUKUMATATHIL

58. “WHEN I SAY THAT LOVING ME IS KIND OF LIKE BEING A CHICAGO BULLS FAN” BY HANIF ABDURRAQIB 

ROMANTIC POEMS ABOUT LOVE FOR HER

Love is a really deep and very romantic word. As a rule, it is associated with the nice feelings, which force people to do strange, and sometimes even dangerous things to prove their greatest intentions! You don`t need anymore to face the risk if you want to tell your girlfriend about your love. Romantic Poems for Her will capture the heart of even the most unattainable girl!

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Romance is always connected with various Love Poems and sonnets. But it`s not about those corny and vulgar lines about the relationship between two people. No! It`s about Love Poems for Her from the Heart, which disclose your real thoughts and feelings, demonstrate the beauty of true love!

Short Love Poems that Will Make Her Cry are a good variant for you if you`re going to make your girlfriend happy. However, if you still don`t have a partner and dream about saying the magic words “Will you be my girlfriend” to a girl without a dramatic failure, Best Love Poetry For The One You Love and Long Love Poems For Her From Him will help you to melt her heart!

I Love You Poems for Her are also a good method to congratulate your couple with anniversary or to tell trivial “How beautiful you are!” or so vulgar “I want you” in a creative and cute way! You don`t need to wait for a special occasion: please your amazing girlfriend right now!

Impressive Love Poems for Her from the Heart

  • I dream of a woman clothed in white.
    She wears wings that shine with golden light.
    Her hair is fine like that of an olden wife.
    Her eyes hold a vision of the road of life.
    She whispers love through the winds.
    Then rivers of love flow to my heart and my spirit ascends.
    I grow embraced by heavenly heights.
    Then glow rays of warmth and light.
    I wait only for her touch of the purest.
    I fall to her holding of love, of spirit!
    We become one in loving presence together.
    In love, we come to heaven forever.
    Like two doves we sing and dance.
    Love of a queen and king.
    Love will forever last!
  • I’ll be the warrior to fight for our love;
    We’ll fly together, fly higher than the dove.
    I’ll be your wall and shield you from danger;
    I’ll take all the pains, for to me they are no stranger.
    You’ll be the queen in the kingdom of my heart;
    And then I’ll be the king, so we’ll never be apart.
    You’ll be my majesty— I will serve you forever;
    And for all of the times, I will leave you never
  • You came into my life like a star
    And filled my heart with joy
    You took my pain as if it was yours
    And gave me love that no one could.
    You gave me a shoulder to cry on
    You were my pillar when I was falling
    You were my strength when I felt low
    With your smile, you made my living on earth worthwhile.
  • A smile is such a lovely thing especially upon your face;
    hiding all the sorrows or simply taking their place.
    A kindly spoken word means so much when from you,
    it comforts my weary heart or when I’m feeling blue.
    A song can make our hearts dance in pretty fast-paced clips
    when we hear the melody of our loves’ unconquerable grips.
    Words could lift my spirits and sweet compassion find;
    put your hand in mine alone and peace will fill my mind.
    A smile, a word, a song, a look – seem small little things
    but when love sparks an action, what blessings they bring!

Creative Poems for Her to say “I Love You”

  • I love your lips when they’re wet with wine
    And red with a wild desire;
    I love your eyes when the Lovelight lies
    Lit with a passionate fire.
    I love your arms when the warm white flesh
    Touches mine in a fond embrace;
    I love your hair when the strands enmesh
    Your kisses on my face.
  • I love your soft kisses.
    I love your soft touch.
    I love the way you bite your lip.
    I love you sooooo much.
    I love the way you look at me.
    I love the way you smile.
    I love the way you’re shy sometimes,
    Every once and a while.
    I love it when you look at me When I’m not looking at you.
    You think I do not realize it,
    But really… I do.
    I love the way you cuddle.
    I love the way you sleep.
    I love the way you rub your neck
    when you are thinking so deep.
    I love all of you,
    Your nose, your lips, your hair, your feet.
    I will never stop loving you.
    You are so amazingly sweet.
    I love that I love you.
    I have loved you from the very start.
    I LOVE ALL OF YOU,
    I now hand you the key to my heart.
  • I love my eyes
    When you look into them.
    I love my name
    When you whisper it
    And love my heart
    When you love it.
    I love my life,
    Because you are the part of it.
  • You gave light to my soul
    You helped me to be whole
    I have felt love for you before
    And it will be more and more,
    You are mine, my dear
    You are the angel from above
    Who taught me how to love.
    Please, forever keep me near.

Cute Poems with Romantic Sense for Her

  • I can’t say I love you. But it’s hidden deep inside of me.
    I can’t say I need you. But it hurts every time you leave me.
    I wish that I could express what really is true.
    More and more I find myself hiding the way I feel for you
  • You are a desire…
    A desire that I want to be fulfilled, yet glowing and alight,
    A desire that I want to burn in my heart each night.
    You are a dream…
    A dream that entered my heart without any warning,
    A dream that I want to wake up with each morning.
  • When I feel the warmth in her heart
    I know she is the one from whom I shall never depart
    When I rest my head on her knees
    I can weave a future of dreams
    As my love, I silently profess
    To my darling Princess.
  • You have come into my life
    And it changed with a blink of an eye
    You have blown the roof
    To let me see the blue sky.
    I can praise you for a whole day
    But my love for you so great
    That I need many days to say.

Deep Romantic Poems for Her

  • Today we are obliged to be romantic
    And think of yet another Valentine.
    We know the rules and we are both pedantic:
    Today’s the day we have to be romantic.
    Our love is old and sure, not new and frantic.
    You know I’m yours and I know you are mine.
    And saying that has made me feel romantic,
    My dearest love, my darling valentine.
  • My heart is weak, my soul is deep with words I can speak.
    But, would you listen, understand or even believe?
    So I prefer to show you in actions,
    take you on a journey of my thoughts.
    So when words are spoken,
    then the walls are broken
    and you believe in my love.
    Because my heart is weak, my soul is deep with words I can speak
    Do you believe?
  • Stunning and beautiful not a flower nor a tree,
    More breathtaking than those and only I can see,
    My heart beats your name right down to the core,
    Filling me with such joy and so much more,
    Your eyes so amazing, I just can’t look away,
    They’re gorgeous and shining throughout all the day,
    Here in my arms is where you belong,
    Our two hearts beating to the same song.
  • Love me in the Springtime, when all is green and new,
    Love me in the Summer, when the sky is oh so blue,
    Love me in the Autumn, when the leaves are turning brown,
    Love me in the Winter, when the snow is falling down.
    Love me when I’m happy, and even when I’m sad,
    Love me when I’m good, or when I’m oh so bad,
    Love me when I’m pretty, or if my face is plain,
    Love me when I’m feeling good, or when I’m feeling pain.
    Love me always darlin’, in the rain or shining sun,
    Love me always darlin’, after all is said and done,
    Love me always darlin’, until all our life is through,
    Love me always darlin’, for I’ll be lovin’ you!

Sweet Poems for Her to Pay the Compliment

  • Your lips are so soft and red,
    the thought of kissing you is stuck in my head.
    Your beauty is so bright and warm,
    shining through the darkest storm.
    Your eyes sparkle like stars in the night sky.
    When I stare at them, I feel like I am soaring high.
    My love for you is pure and true.
    I never stop thinking of you.
    The sound of your voice saying, “I love you,” makes my heart pound,
    because I know my one and only I’ve truly found.
    I promise to love you for every moment of forever,
    and when everything else crumbles, I will never.
    I am your armor to protect you from harm,
    like you are to me, a lucky charm.
    For you are my heart, my soul.
    Baby, you are my whole world.
  • Look at the beauty in her eyes,
    a glow that shines like the sunrise.
    Her smile opens up the cloudy skies,
    her laughter delights butterflies.
    The ocean greets her as she passes by.
    Her gorgeous toes leave its mark, saying goodbye.
    The gentle breeze through her hair,
    she walks elegantly while astonished eyes all stare.
    Rosy cheeks cover her face.
    A flower child blossoms, kindly accepting embrace.
    She is a thorn-less rose without compare.
    She is the love my heart will forever endear.
  • You are the prettiest;
    You are the cutest.
    If I had to invent a new word,
    I would call you the beautifulest.
    You are the most charming;
    You are the most intelligent.
    I have never seen anyone,
    Who is so elegant.
    You are the girl
    That every guy desires.
    Baby, I love you a lot.
    For you, my heart is on fire.
  • No man will not notice the beauty in you
    It’s like you are an angel out of the blue
    Your face may not launch a thousand ships
    But it’s your heart and soul that is for keeps.
    You mesmerize me with your innocent smile
    But it’s your eyes that had me there for a while
    How I wish everyone would appreciate
    The beauty in you which is never to hate.

Beautiful Poems for Ideal Her

  • You could be the one,
    the one I’ll stay with till I die.
    You are the greatest in every way,
    and I’m not telling a lie.
    Out of every person in the world,
    you are the best.
    In every location on the planet,
    from the North East South and West.
    You are so beautiful,
    even from afar,
    please stay the same,
    you’re perfect just the way you are.
  • All I ever wanted was to be part of your heart
    and for us to be together, to never be apart.
    No one else in the world could even compare,
    You’re perfect and so is this love we share.
    We have so much more than I ever thought we would,
    I love you more than I thought I ever could.
    I promise to give you all I have to give,
    I’ll do anything for you as long as I live.
    In your eyes, I see our present, future, and past,
    by the way you look at me, I know we will last.
    I hope that one day you will come to realize,
    how perfect you are when seen through my eyes.
  • I love your laugh and your smile.
    While your voice is all I ask for,
    It can make me so happy to hear.
    You’re simply everything I adore.
    There’s nothing I would change.
    You’re just perfect for me too.
    I do not see any flaws.
    There’s nothing left for me to do.
  • Why are you so beautiful?
    Why do you take my breath away?
    How did I get so lucky?
    How are you perfect in every single way?
    Your laugh should be illegal because it’s too cute.
    I never want to spend a minute without you.
    The way you kiss me takes my breath away.
    Seeing you is the best part of my day.
    You are so special,
    And I’m glad that I can say you are mine
    Because when I’m with you I feel extraordinary
    All of the time.

Short Poems That Will Make Her Cry from Love

  • I don’t need paradise
    because I found you.
    I don’t need dreams
    because I already have you.
  • Sometimes we argue, I don’t know why.
    Then I sit and wonder, why do I cry?
    I cry because I love you,
    I cry because I care,
    I cry because I feel we have a love so rare,
    sometimes I’m afraid I’ll turn around and you won’t be there.
  • I am very indecisive
    and always have trouble
    picking my favorite anything.
    But, without a doubt,
    you are my favorite everything.
  • Wine comes in at the mouth
    And love comes in at the eye;
    That’s all we shall know for truth
    Before we grow old and die.
    I lift the glass to my mouth,
    I look at you, and I sigh.

Cheesy Poems for Your Girlfriend

  • You’re a star that illuminates my heart;
    such a shame each star shines so far apart.
    My life can be upsetting sometimes, I need you here –
    A thousand miles separate us, but you’ll always be near.
  • L is for ‘laughter’ we had along the way.
    O is for ‘optimism’ you gave me every day.
    V is for ‘value’ of being my best friend.
    E is for ‘eternity,’ a love that has no end.
  • Kiss my lips until they are raw
    Bite my neck until it’s sore
    Give me delectation until
    I scream for more.
  • Flirting with you
    Is the best thing to do
    Taking you out for coffee
    Is what I like to do daily
    Going with you on a drive
    Makes me feel alive
    Everything I do with you
    Makes every day feel new

Best Love Poetry for the One You Love

  • My love for you is understanding and passionate.
    And I promise to be compassionate.
    My love for you is thoughtful and cherishing.
    And I promise to be devoted and caring.
    My love for you is patient and kind.
    And I promise this until the end of time.
    My love for you is selfless and forgiving.
    And I promise this as long as I am living.
  • If all my friends were stars, you’d be the sun;
    If all the world were numbers, you’d be one;
    If all my heart was torn, you’d be my thread;
    If all my love were colors, you’d be red;
    If all my world was dark, you’d be my light;
    If all my day was full, you’d have my night;
    If all is sorrow, you’d be my laughter;
    Because you’re my happy ever after.
  • You were you,
    and I was I;
    we were two
    before our time.
    I was yours
    before I knew,
    and you have always
    been mine too.
  • I still search for you in crowds,
    in empty fields and soaring clouds.
    In city lights and passing cars,
    on winding roads and wishing stars.

Long Poems about Love for Her from Him

  • It was many years ago that a beauty was born
    That the world paused to celebrate,
    This fair lady was unique and beloved by all
    And even the angels wished to know her fate.
    And then when the beauty was grown and so fair
    Everyone began to show off and court her,
    Men would dance, sing and show off their might
    In the hopes that they could get to hold her tight.
    Yet one man was lucky, so fortunate so blessed,
    That she chose him as better than all the rest,
    He still can’t believe that this angel is his girl
    That man is me, you are the angel, my world.
  • You make me laugh when I want to cry,
    Make me live when I want to die,
    Make me smile when I want to frown,
    You turn my life upside down.
    Believe me when no one else does
    You`re my now, my is, and my was.
    When you call my name, I begin to blush,
    I`m afraid people notice I need you so much.
    When I`m with you, time flies by fast,
    It`s like the present is in the past.
    I need you more than you can believe,
    Love you more than you can conceive.
    Think about you every night and day,
    And hope my life can stay this way.
  • As long as you love me
    I`ll stay by your side,
    I`ll be your companion,
    Your friend and your guide.
    As long as you love me,
    As long as you care
    I`ll do anything for you,
    I`ll go anywhere.
    I`ll bring you the sunshine.
    I`ll comfort your fears.
    I`ll gather up rainbows
    To chase all your tears.
    As long as you love me
    My love will be true.
    For as long as you love me
    I`ll only love you.
  • I Dreamt of you late last night
    Dancing in the soft moonlight
    Gently you moved twirled and swayed
    Making love to the sweet serenade
    Letting your hair trickle down
    Caressing your lavender evening gown
    Diamonds and pearls in your eyes
    Heaven below the starry sky.
    Tiffany Crystal upon your feet
    Like the fairytale so unique
    You glide as though you’re in the ballet
    With form as beautiful as a bouquet
    The evening sparkled with romance
    My heart surrendered while you danced
    I stood humbled as you gleamed
    Last night with you upon a dream.

10 Best Love Poems of All Time

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Even the smoothest operator can get tongue-tied and ruin a romantic moment. Thankfully, the experts of sweet nothings didn’t have to speak, but just write their feelings down. We’ve gathered some of their loveliest lines, all of which make up some of the best love poems of all time. So take a look below, and prep yourself for those spontaneous moments of romance—because “How you doin’?” probably isn’t going to cut it.

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“How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height my soul can reach.”

—”How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways,” by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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“I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I
Did, till we loved”

—”The Good-Morrow,” by John Donne

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“Who said that love was fire?
I know that love is ash.
It is the thing which remains
When the fire is spent.
The holy essence of experience.”

—”Who Said That Love Was Fire?” by Patience Worth

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“She walks in Beauty, like the night
Of Cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
meet in her aspect and her eyes.”

—”She Walks in Beauty,” by Lord Byron

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“i carry your heart with me (i carry it in
my heart) i am never without it (anywhere
i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done
by only me if your doing, my darling)”

—”i carry your heart with me,” by e.e. cummings

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“I seem to have loved you in numberless forms, numberless times…
In life after life, in age after age, forever.”

—”Unending Love,” by Rabindranath Tagore

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“That I did always love
I bring thee proof
That till I loved
I never lived.”

—”That I Did Always Love,” by Emily Dickinson

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“You were born together, and together you shall be forever more.
You shall be together when the white sings of death scatter your days.”

—”Love One Another,” by Khalil Gibran

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“Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no; it is an ever-fixed mark,
That looks on tempests, and is never shaken”

—”Sonnet 116,” by William Shakespeare

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“Then seek not, sweet, the ‘If’ and ‘Why’
I love you now until I die.
For I must love because I love
And life in me is what you give.”

—”Because She Would Ask Me Why I Loved Her,” by Christopher Brennan

 

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