Love PoemsLove has the power to make anyone a poet. It compels enamored chords to strum in every heart. Whether it is a thriving romance or a love long-lost, a deep and sincere longing or a young and eager infatuation, there's a poem for every kind. And here's where you'll find them.
What little is left?
Not Going to Give Up Just Yet
It's about all the rubbish I have gone through 9/3/17.
State Of My Heart
Just something I put together for Valentine's day... I appreciate God for the love in my life.
Something More Comfortable
Love and time; one scenario.
Love is Blind...
Watching her suffer... yet you can't do a thing to help her.
For my Daughter Jessica Joy
This is a short poem dedicated to my daughter Jessica Joy.
Second Chance At Love
Do the dead really communicate with their living loved ones?
Inspired by the romance of Edgar Allan Poe.
Domestic violence has no excuse!
Heartaches Last Forever
Another broken romance.
The Six Stages
The six stages of a relationship in a new and unusual form.
A Heart Of Gold
How it feels to be betrayed by one you love truly.
Run For Cover
A breakup is never easy.
Love is a feeling.
When Love Becomes a Challenge
How far can you go when reality is hard. Will you still be on the same page with me?
But I Can't Say a Word
I stumbled as I stammered figuring my next move something I never did before. Ahh.. Umm, he made me this way for quite a while now.
Hearts And Roses
After the anger comes compromise.
Sometimes we forget how to communicate. It's always better to talk.
Think Of You Still
A true love never dies.
No one, not even me but God alone shall close the holes in your heart ANNA.
I Can't Get Over You
Reflections of a broken heart.
A very passionate love poem.
She Dances For Me
Sometimes someone comes along who just clicks into place...
Does It Matter Now!
Nothing matters now.
Wilderness Of Cold
A missed opportunity.
When love becomes selfishly boring.
Never Let Go!!
Into the world of your dreams...
For the Love of My Life
One for valentine's day.
Love in Passing
Love takes on different faces, depending on the angle from which we are viewing it.