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7 Favorite Valentine’s Day Love Poems

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

A single long stemmed rose and a special love poem will be just the thing to win the heart of that special someone this Valentine’s Day. Here are 7 favorite Valentine’s Day love poems you can use.

Be my Valentine, my love, As I will be for you, And we will love the whole day long, And love our whole lives through. For love has no parameters And does not end with time, But is the gift of paradise, A pinch of the sublime. So let us take this holiday To resubmit our love To those within that know no sin And with the angels move.

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A Valentine is nothing like A chocolate or a rose. For in a week these shall be gone, But Valentines remain. If love were always sweet to tongue Or fragrant to the nose, Each day would be like Valentine’s, And we would go insane. A Valentine just hangs around Waiting to be kissed Long after special days have passed And every days are here. So one is wise to choose one well And chocolates to resist. For in the midst of mania It’s nice to have one near.

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 Before I knew you, I had always loved you, Even as I dreamed of whom I’d love. My inner picture was a portrait of you Years before your heart my heart would move. Vistas of enchantment are but rarely As we find them in reality. Love with you is what I dreamed, but really, Eden as no dream could ever be. Nor is this the magic of the moment, The proper costume for the holiday. In words like these one finds the winnowed ferment, Not of the desire, but of the way, Else lost amid the longings of the day.

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Happy Valentine, my love! All my love is yours. Praised be love that brings us home, Pilgrims to these shores. Yearnings here find harborage; Vanities, sly smiles. All that righteous anger rends, Love here reconciles. Even in the darkness where No bitterness finds rest, Thoughts of you are like a dawn Intent on happiness. Nor would I have so light a heart Except that I am blessed

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To my Valentine, with all my love, Of whom I cannot say enough in praise: May my love for you sufficient prove, Yearning to redeem your caustic days. Vortices within may drag you down. Anchor, then, in my serenity. Love saves some who otherwise might drown, Embarked alone upon their Galilee. Nor should you deem your own love not enough To be the chapel to which I retreat In search of a pavilion for my pain. No love is love unless it be a seat Enchanted, where a stone might weep again.

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 Valentine’s a day to say, "I love you," A ritual that stages something real, Letting out the truth of what I feel Even as I think it often of you. Nor could I with such grace without this day Tell you that I’m grateful that I have you, Impress upon you just how much I need you, Needing such a frame for what I say Even as I would my heart reveal.

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This day of love I take a vow To love you well through all the days Of long and labyrinthine ways: But I would love you anyhow. These words bespeak my unbent will To love despite the passing pain, Anger, lust, fear, silence, shame: But without words I’d love you still. A vow of love’s the final seal Upon an edict fully writ, Not altering the sense of it, Nor adding to the love we feel; Or like an oarsman worth his weight Upon a current swift and strong That bears the fragile boat along To where it meets its cherished fate. So why a vow on Valentine? Like any vow, to bind me to Whatever I am bound to do: Words that ride the wordless wind.

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Writing the Perfect Love Poem

Thursday, February 5th, 2009

Writing a poem may be a huge challenge to those that have never done it before or even for those that have, but feel that it may not be powerful enough. What should be in a romantic love poem? What words should I use and how will I put it?


 

The beauty of a poem is that it does not necessarily have to rhyme. It can be whatever you want it to be, as long as you are completely honest. Describe in the poem the feeling you get everytime you see her face, how you heart pounds when she walks into the room, how every smile she gives you reminds you of a sunset. It all boils down to your own emotions. Try to be as vivid as possible and read it over and over until you feel that you are satisfied with what you wrote and put yourself into your partner’s shoes and think if this would make your day if you got a similar poem.

Should you feel that your poems words are dull and flat, then the perfect program for you would be Microsoft Word. Like most of you know, by right clicking on a word and scrolling to synonym, you might find a word that will fit perfectly and best describe what you are feeling.

Doing some research and finding poems that are related to what you are writing about may well help you in your quest and give you some great ideas and understanding of what love poems are really about. You may also read some romantic novels to give you a better idea and vocabulary to impress the one you love.

Always be honest, vivid and descriptive of every feeling. Good luck!

Writing a poem may be a huge challenge to those that have never done it before or even for those that have, but feel that it may not be powerful enough. What should be in a romantic love poem? What words should I use and how will I put it?

The beauty of a poem is that it does not necessarily have to rhyme. It can be whatever you want it to be, as long as you are completely honest. Describe in the poem the feeling you get everytime you see her face, how you heart pounds when she walks into the room, how every smile she gives you reminds you of a sunset. It all boils down to your own emotions. Try to be as vivid as possible and read it over and over until you feel that you are satisfied with what you wrote and put yourself into your partner’s shoes and think if this would make your day if you got a similar poem.

Should you feel that your poems words are dull and flat, then the perfect program for you would be Microsoft Word. Like most of you know, by right clicking on a word and scrolling to synonym, you might find a word that will fit perfectly and best describe what you are feeling.

Doing some research and finding poems that are related to what you are writing about may well help you in your quest and give you some great ideas and understanding of what love poems are really about. You may also read some romantic novels to give you a better idea and vocabulary to impress the one you love.

Always be honest, vivid and descriptive of every feeling. Good luck!

Author: Jacques Groenewald

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