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10 Best Love Poems Ever

Lucky We all are explorers on the great sea of life; We search and we hunt for our pleasure. Some adventures are fruitful, and some disappoint, But few find a gem they can treasure. I searched with the rest and discovered the best; Finding you was my luckiest day. Love poetry can acknowledge how strong the bonds of love can be.

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This love rhyme makes that clear. The Prisoner What is it about you that makes me feel weak, And gives me the goose bumps whenever you speak? Why does the sight of you fill me with pleasure, Like a spotlight that shines on a glorious treasure? What qualities do you have that are yours alone?

What can it be that fills up my heart? And makes me feel lost whenever we part? It must be the power of love that I feel, That ties me in bonds that seem strong as steel. Love messages can appreciate a specific quality of the loved one, as this free love poem appreciates unconditional love.

It also qualifies as a relationship poem. My pesky quirks you only find endearing; Your perfect mate is what you choose to see; I love you for a multitude of reasons; And most of all 'cause you let me be me. Love messages can be custom tailored to the recipient. Joanna has strawberry blonde hair, so Karl wrote it this way, but this romantic love poem will fit any woman. Change "reddish" to "golden" or "raven" black or "chestnut" brown. My Girl with the Reddish Hair Pirates bold in days of old Searched the world for treasure rare, But none they found as bright and sound, As my girl with the reddish hair.

Precious gold and sparkling jewels Were fortunes to make men care, But none were worth a penny Next to my girl with the reddish hair. Love messages can convey a "before you" and "after you" state of mind. This love poem in free verse it doesn't rhyme describes a person whose self knowledge may have been faulty. Because of You I was self sufficient, gratified by my independence, alone, but not lonely, I thought. But I was restless, searching blindly for something to fill an empty place I didn't even know I had, dimly aware that I was somehow unfinished.

Then you came, and filled everything, every space, every need, even secret dreams I had concealed from myself. I was self sufficient, and restless; Now I am profoundly peaceful and complete, because of you. Love messages can contain detailed description, metaphors, even stories.

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This cute love poem includes fantasy as well. The Wizard There's a story told of a wizard Who, for money, would cast a spell, And I'm sure that you met this wizard, And you, his wares he did sell. What else can explain how your smile Can make my heartbeat roar, Or how your look slows my breathing, While causing my spirits to soar. I'm sure that you and this wizard Conspired to control my brain, For I'm always thinking about you-- Feeling happy and slightly insane.

Now I hope I meet that same wizard, For I'd give him all of my gold, To make you want to stay with me, And share happiness as we grow old. Love poetry can tell a story. Here's a love message from someone who's had some rough relationships, but finally found his dream partner. I dreamed of a life that was filled with bliss; I dreamed of love and sharing.

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I dreamed, imagined and creatively planned An adventure for two who were caring. The road to today was paved with the dreams That slowly got ground to dust. And I've trudged that road and carried my load And tried very hard to adjust.

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Each step made me stronger; each test made me wiser, So on my long walk, I grew, Till the time was right, one magical night, For the road to make room for two. Now my brain shouts your name, and your loving reply Makes a place for you in my heart. Name , it cries--so tender, so wise-- Let's make the adventure start! Together we're blessed with a perfect match, Something that's bright and new. It's not too late, so let's create A life that makes dreams come true. Love poetry expresses the all-encompassing nature of love. This free romantic love poem describes how the loved on is always on your mind.

No matter what I see or when, It brings you back to mind again. Each day is filled with dreams of you; I hope that all these dreams come true. Love poetry can describe some of the craziness that love brings with it, as this free romantic love poem does. Beware When love strikes us hard and makes mush of our brain, When love sneaks in and makes us insane, All sense can depart and leave the brain blank, When love like that strikes it can drain our whole tank. I can hardly believe the good fortune I've had Through the years since you married me. Each year spent with you is a blessing; it's true!

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Each year brings contentment so rare; Each year binds us stronger and deeper in love, and my wish is for more years to share! This love poem has a "forever" quality about it. It's about soulmates, the perfect team. My partner for life is you, my sweet wife; I feel the bright joy you provide. You fill life with pleasure; You're my very own treasure; Without you, I'd be empty inside. Let's cherish the good times, learn from the bad, Make the most of the life we share If things get you down, don't worry; don't frown.

Always remember, I care! Teen love poems should address common experiences, like unrequited love, as this teenage love poem does. Invisible I see you at school And you glance my way, Passing in the halls In your ordinary day. But anytime Your eyes meet mine Is a day so rare, A day so fine. Teen love poems often talk about how one person wishes another would think of them as more than a friend, as this teenage love poem does. Just Friends? You say that you like me, But that we're just friends; Can I feel the same? Well I think it depends: Can I quit breathing fast Each time you appear?

Will my heart stop its pounding Whenever you're near? I'd like to feel nothing, And get rid of the thrill. I wish I'd stop loving you, But I don't think I will. By Joanna Fuchs Curious about the Christian religion? What is Christianity? I love thee with the breath, Smiles, tears, of all my life; and, if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.

Tomorrow will come on its green footsteps; no one can stop the river of the dawn. No one can stop the river of your hands, your eyes and their sleepiness, my dearest. You are the trembling of time, which passes between the vertical light and the darkening sky. The sky folds its wings over you, lifting you, carrying you to my arms with its punctual, mysterious courtesy. That is why I sing to the day and to the moon, to the sea, to time, to all the planets, to your daily voice, to your nocturnal skin.

My reason, the physician to my love, Angry that his prescriptions are not kept, Hath left me, and I desperate now approve Desire is death, which physic did except. 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 against my face.

So kiss me sweet with your warm wet mouth, Still fragrant with ruby wine, And say with a fervor born of the South That your body and soul are mine. I am not yours, not lost in you, Not lost, although I long to be Lost as a candle lit at noon, Lost as a snowflake in the sea.

You love me, and I find you still A spirit beautiful and bright, Yet I am I, who long to be Lost as a light is lost in light. Oh plunge me deep in love - put out My senses, leave me deaf and blind, Swept by the tempest of your love, A taper in a rushing wind. I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I Did, till we loved?

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