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Yes! This page is all about romance, love and poems. A paradise for lovers all over, romantic love poetry is the best way to bring your beloved closer to you. No matter where you are or what you want to say, these romantic love poems will help you say it all.
This collection of romantic love poetry is absolutely FREE! So what are you waiting for? Say all you ever wanted to say in the most romantic way possible….poems. Romance is all about saying and doing the right thing at the right time. And we help you do exactly that. Just select the love poem of your choice and make your each moment special.
Love is not to be hidden and feel shy about. Love words are not for special days. It is to make each day special. So provoke the feelings of your heart and say it with these beautiful poems of love and romance.
A Love Song
My love it should be silent, being deep —
By Theodosia Garrison
And being very peaceful should be still —
Still as the utmost depths of ocean keep —
Serenely silent as some mighty hill.
Yet is my love so great it needs must fill
With very joy the inmost heart of me,
The joy of dancing branches on the hill
The joy of leaping waves upon the sea.
A Valentine to My Wife
Accept, dear girl, this little token,
By Eugene Field
And if between the lines you seek,
You'll find the love I've often spoken—
The love my dying lips shall speak.
Our little ones are making merry
O'er am'rous ditties rhymed in jest,
But in these words (though awkward—very)
The genuine article's expressed.
You are as fair and sweet and tender,
Dear brown-eyed little sweetheart mine,
As when, a callow youth and slender,
I asked to be your Valentine.
What though these years of ours be fleeting?
What though the years of youth be flown?
I'll mock old Tempus with repeating,
"I love my love and her alone!"
And when I fall before his reaping,
And when my stuttering speech is dumb,
Think not my love is dead or sleeping,
But that it waits for you to come.
So take, dear love, this little token,
And if there speaks in any line
The sentiment I'd fain have spoken,
Say, will you kiss your Valentine?
Come slowly, Eden
By Emily Dickinson
Lips unused to thee.
Bashful, sip thy jasmines,
As the fainting bee,
Reaching late his flower,
Round her chamber hums,
Counts his nectars -alights,
And is lost in balms!