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Love Poems About Film or Film Love Poems
by John Watt |
Categories: film, love,

Chaplinesque

I am a silent movie,
a corny melodrama
played in black and white
with an observable flicker.
A little tramp
accompanied by ragtime piano.

You are pure A-list 
Technicolor, 
Dolby digital
THX, IMAX laser, 
Oscar winner
3D blockbuster.

And yet you love
me.


by Allan Terry |
Categories: appreciation, confidence, encouraging, endurance, film, fun, love,

got me thinking you love me

it like you care
i mean if you keep on
keeping on
i might whined-up thinking you
love me or something
I mean kissing and dance
getting those second glances
and the notes on my phone
I might whined-up thinking
you love me.
sometimes I think about
the way you might preseve me
and than I wonder if
I should look at you the same way
smelling your hair
acting like you care
it makes me wonder
asking myself what spell am I under
You got me thinking you
love me

by April Gabriella |
Categories: celebrity, film, for him, how i feel, love,

Leonardo DiCaprio

Dedicated to my love: Leonardo DiCaprio

For how many years have I loved you
I think it has to be about eighteen
We were both so young in those days
But I still longed to be your queen
With each film I fell more in love
With each role you reminded 
"This is what true talent is made of"
Beautiful Leonardo
How keenly I feel
How much I love you
Probably too much, but still
You have shown true beauty
You have shown true grace
You're a perfect specimen
Of the human race
You are of the greatest actors 
Of this generation and more
For there will never be another
That I so much adore

by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: love, passion

Is She the One?

(Inspired by the brilliant new avant garde
 Italian film: "I Am Love")

Could she shatter vows, and is she the one
who’d relinquish everything just for love?
If it meant that all she knew would come undone,
could she shatter vows, and is she the one?
If she knew that those she cared about might shun
her, could she go against her God above?
Could she shatter vows, and is she the one
who’d relinquish everything just for love?


For the Contest: Is She the One?
         sponsored by Tavarus M. Moreland















by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: film,

A Scary Movie

The kind of film most women love to see
is all about romance, thus women pick
a type of show that paints the fantasy 
of love sublime, so it’s dubbed a chick flick.

I like the fun ones and the sad ones too,
but there’s another genre I like more!
Though dramas with great plot will always do,
there is one type of drama I adore!

There’s nothing like good horror and suspense.
Inside the theater there is a hush
as tension builds, and feelings grow intense,
for your adrenaline will get a rush!

The films like Hitchcock made I never missed.
I love a scary movie with a twist!


July 19, 2017 for the S Form contest of Broken Wings:
Sonnet form. Chosen word: Scary

by Eve Roper |
Categories: bereavement, i miss you, love,

senryu- Ashes trail out with the sky

draped close for the night
film scenes of you have no end -
mourning sobbing starts


3/18/2019

Poetry Contest: Writing Challenge 3- March 2019 - Senryu 
Sponsored by: Dear Heart 

3/20/2019 Poem of the day

by Sandra Haight |
Categories: god, prayer,

Reflections


Oh God,
You have created me
In your image and likeness—
The mirror of your love.
What do you see
When you gaze upon me?
Your image and likeness?
Or just a hazy semblance
Dulled by the sticky film that forms
On a mirror left unattended?
Your image is surely there, Lord.
Teach me, I pray,
To faithfully cleanse away that film
Which obscures the clarity of you—
Those everyday pollutants
Which distort your reflection—
So that what you are
And what you see in me
Are clearly one.


Sandra M. Haight

~7th Place~
Contest: Are You There God?
Sponsor: Silent One
Judged: 10/15/2015

by Gary Radice |
Categories: england, feelings, film, nostalgia,

Carnforth

There's a spot on the horizon In the ripple of the sun Where railway lines and stanchions fuse And merge, becoming one. I was staring from the platform When a distant dot appeared. It grew in size and shape and form And sounded as it neared. I caught blurred faces turning As they thundered by so fast To briefly glimpse where strangers met Each Thursday in the past. Back then the steam and music Lit up life's black and white. By tugging strings when love went wrong Rachmaninoff was right. *** Brian Strand's Choice 4 Poetry Contest: 1st =

by Kevin C. Martin |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, celebration, christian, courage, drink, faith, freedom, fun, god, hope, inspiration, inspirational, jesus, journey, joy, life, light, love, peace, prayer, religion, religious, spiritual, strength, summer, sweet, teen, teenage, thank you, uplifting, youth,

Last Summer Saturday

Poorly heated coffee;
I can't seem to get it hot enough.
Tired eyes still rolling,
Film draped for dreaming.
This last Summer Saturday,
Might as well call it Fall.
The pumpkins out and jumping,
Future jack-o-lanterns for fun.
Gentle breeze cascades,
Every once in a while a poof.
Sunny sun still sunning;
Please don't ever go away.
Time to heat up the coffee;
My goodness this is good!
So open arms and lean back;
God is so, so good!

by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: desire, fairy, first love, innocence, miracle, paris, truth,

Heart of Paris

I am from another galaxy 
all a romance in the heart of Paris 
all a mystery without desire 
all a lost phantasm 
all a film of being 
where art is in the spiritual thread 
so that every love to be eternal

by arthur vaso |
Categories: adventure, allegory, depression, drink, film, horror, humanity,

Freddie Mercury Rising

I am starting to like Freddie
At least he is steady
He may enjoy the drink
He may bring Liverpool to the brink
Honesty is all you will get
Even if his heart is scorched and bled
He has that iconic ironic smile
His verses crosses the hippocratic oath
From veins his prose flow
His love is pure his demons proudly on display
His bitterness feeds the infinite glass
Of the waiters last call
His words may bite spewing spittle and spite
Alas, who I ask, shall cast the first stone?

by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: best friend, books, character, film, friendship, love,

Sam - Cinquaino chain

Loyal Best friend always ready to help Thru difficult journey You're so sweet my Best friend So brave Strong and watching my back all time You're so beautiful you Saved my life, see Better Without You I'd have never made it thru Gave me hope when mine was lost Yore so kind my Sweet Sam! Dorian Petersen Potter Aka ladydp2000 Copyright@2014 September.1025.2014

by daver austin |
Categories: film,

CLASSIC MOVIES

CLASSIC MOVIES

it is surprising
how fine black and white can be
one listens better

one notices more
each word clear as a bell
folks keep their clothes on

blood flow minimum
black and white blood not so gross
favorites are great –

clark, cary, spenser.
katherine, audry, ginger
to love without lust

as I get older,
caring not for violence,
i watch more and more 


by richard nah |
Categories: love, film, me,

Will you like to go out with me?

Will you like to go out with me?

I saw a film today,
a film of me and you;
Then I had a dream, 
a dream of our being;
It looked so good, so innovating ...
You took my hand,
telling me the truth in every bits of your words;
And like the moon standing with its star, 
I now ask you;

Will you like to go out with me?

by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: celebrity, music, tribute,

THE GLENN MILLER STORY

My favourite film which tells the story of trombone player and big band leader Major Glenn Miller This love story shows his rise to fame and fortune and tragic death His music still enjoyed by people To this very day Contest: Favourite Movie Sponsor: Nayda Ivette Negron 01~02~16

by Gerald Moise |
Categories: film, poetry, visionary, voice,

Within Every Picture is a Story

Silent motion pictures for no one to hear,
Roaring 1922 was the magical year,
Chaplin's fancy mustache grew from ear to ear.
How can motion without sound express love or fear?

Still frames unexposed to the light,
fame within names
cheers within fright.

Til this day a movie screen provides laughter and sadness.
A comedic love story that has to end tragic.

The negative of any captured moment can have a positive feel.
The story may be fictional, but the moments are real. 


-Gerald Moise
-3/23/2015

by Peter Lewis Holmes |
Categories: children, love, marriage,

No More Babies

No more babies; not now, not ever,
I want to write and I want to read
And I do like a good film

Please ignore your body clock,
That timepiece in your womb.
I want us to fly like eagles and
Eat out more/we can even do your 
Yoga on the carpet floor!

No more nursery, a bit more
Playground please; and perhaps
A touch of artistry when you do 
That thing with your knees

I’m looking forward to a new life 
Now they’re all grown up,
Perhaps you could sublimate? 
We’ll buy a spaniel pup.

So shall we go to bed?
It’s late and I have work; I’m glad 
We talked about this thing
I just knew you’d understand
Hmmm?



by Marty Owens |
Categories: fantasy, love, music, song-me,

Moon Dust Song

Eternal music ringing in your heart melodies burst forth singing moon dust songs perfect harmony Terry Black sings song named Moondust movie Meatballs love and romance stereo funny film heavens glow love song mortal sang song Moondust drifted from Heaven fell upon your shoulders was the moonlights ancient powers made me helpless made me love you The magic moondust hides behind moonlight fell and set us free always singing that Moondust melody
By Marty Owens Inspired by Terry Black's song Moondust from the movie Meatballs... for Catie Lindsey's contest Diminished and Advancing Hexaverse To hear it go to You Tube

by Julie Grenness |
Categories: break up, bridal shower, divorce, goodbye, heartbreak, heartbroken, wedding,

CLICHES

Seduced by clichés of love,
We signed on for wedding doves,
Being at those wedding receptions, 
All clichés of norms' conventions,
Having a cream puff wedding day,
Was an expensive way of getting laid,
All clichés for the bridal industry,
Trite cant and hypocrisy,
BUT--the appliances outlived everyone!!
Wedding gifts when once were young,
On film noir weddings I ponder on,
As golden years I wander on,
All that phony hypocrisy,
Cliches and norms of society,
D.I.V.O.R.C.E.
(who didn't hate going to their in-laws for tea?)

by Robert Pettit |
Categories: science fiction, time,

Weena

I return to the future, and the world of the Eloi. I hope to build a new world with each girl and boy. My machine is now outside the sphinx of the Morlocks. I cannot see the rapidly moving hands of the clocks. Weena and her people are free from the cannibals underground. I want to lead them forward in this independence they have found. With the knowledge I bring, the Eloi can achieve progress. The love I have for Weena will bring me true happiness. Based on the 1960 film “The Time Machine”

by faten ishak |
Categories: betrayal, depression, emotions, grief,

Short story

Story that begins with love
 and ends with pain 
it happens usually to most of us 
ending with loss no gain !!!

you kept complaining to your friends 
screamed , wept , your tears became like rain
You promised to take care the time you met a new love 
But yet you fall again !!!

it is hard to see what is inside hearts 
there is who sincerely stay and who aparts 
 it is hard to know how pure is soul 
You look to eyes 
and eyes tell lies 
Which made you simply fall !!!

If we could know the story end 
 we wouldn't have started it 
you nearly know the film fin 
and yet you still buying a ticket !!!

Faten ishak

by Marty King |
Categories: beautiful, feelings, film, funny love,

two people alone in a movie theater senryu

movie night kisses
lips are greasy from popcorn
PURE RISING ACTION!

by Leslie Philibert |
Categories: funny love,

Without You

Without you...

The sun would join the Union of Astral bodies and go on strike
Batman and Robin would have a big argument
The stars would be unglued and fall out of the sky
The Lunchpack of Notre Dame would drop Esmeralda..oops
John Wayne would get shot at the start of the film
Christmas would be abolished and I would never find my socks

So I think it`s clever to stay with you...

by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: beauty, deep, funny love, future, god, i love you, nature,

Eternal blue

need to know where to look? soft 
forms to the caresses of an eternal 
wandering in search of beauty 
perfect for the indefinite aesthetic 
and the body to film 
and soul for the soul 
and the spirit of the infinite

by jan oskar hansen |
Categories: happiness, life, love,

a lovers lament

A Lover’s Lament 

July and blue sky 
But alone in my cabin
A film of sorrow

When I first saw you
A soothing day in July 
I had faith in love.

How my seasons pass
I am an autumnal leaf
Alone on asphalt 

Blow incognito 
Lost my will to fly once more
 Soon I shall be earth.