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Poem Details | 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

Poem Details | 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

Poem Details | 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

Poem Details | 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?

Poem Details | 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

Poem Details | by Julia Ho |
Categories: film, love, memory, moving on, relationship, teen, teenage,

At The Movies

Let's grab some popcorn, And watch a silent movie, Hide snacks in warm hoodies, And forget the memories forlorn.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: conflict, film, love, war,

Oscar-ku 12 -Gone With The Wind

Scarlett, Rhett, Tara
Fiddle-dee-dee War War War-
“I don't give a damn”

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

Poem Details | by Gordon McConnell |
Categories: christmas, film, life, love,

What a Wonderful World

What a wonderful world
became a favourite Christmas hit
a movie to thrill and inspire
a classic film it is it

Starred the marvellous Jimmy Stewart
assisted by the lovely Donna Reed
focused on man's guardian angel
each one's protector it is indeed

This movie asks an important question
what if we had never been born
never indeed been known
to the world we be foreign

Looking back on our life
has it made any impact?
what if we never came here?
never to be a fact

So be very thankful
for all you have got
remember and never forget
history reveals more than you thought


Poem Details | by jan oskar hansen |
Categories: fear, film, first love, food,

to see or not to see

 To see or not to see 

To know what you know
Needs no deep reflection as it is evident
That you stopped thinking  
Being so sure, unresponsive sure
That when it hits you
What you knew was wrong 
That new thinking is needed 
If you are lazy just ride if and insist
You were right
Saves time 
And in hundred yours whatever it was 
Is forgotten.
A whale of a time
Swimming in arctic water 
Oh man that is deep 

Poem Details | by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: addiction, allegory, beauty, desire, film, first love, kiss,

Carmen or Tara

I nominate me the I
behind the fear
front of the TV
behind the desire
front of the selection
Carmen or Tara
to a birth of Me

Poem Details | by carl dunford |
Categories: dedication, friendship, happiness, imagination, love, film,

No more.

No more worries.
no more tears.
let me take away your fears.
No more saying, what might have been,
no more coming in  between.
No more doubting,
about us two,
fate will know what to do.
To the future we must look,
we will play it by the book.
If the lord above ,see's other wise,
then I will just close my eyes,
and pretend that what I see, 
is a film of you and me.
A  film so Oscar rife ,
you would play my wife.
till Holly wood beckons me,
I will continue, writing poetry.
So you can see,
what you mean to me.

Poem Details | by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: cute love, desire, emotions, film, life, miss you, world,

Studio of destiny

only You can understand
the heat of mirrors
the brightness of cameras
the resistance of perfumes
the pain of existence
before the cold shower
in the studio of destiny

Poem Details | by Danka Sikorska |
Categories: beauty, film, love, missing, woman,

Red, red, black, black, red, red

Wardrobe filled with white and grey,
drawers full of black stockings and silky panties.
Blond fluff soaked with raindrops and whispers.
Goddess- shaped alabaster body
lying on the kitchen floor.

Blue eyes hidden in a fog,
shiny, carmine lips half open,
sipping wine from a man’s hand.

Bony wrist decorated with a golden watch
that stopped at twelve o’clock.

Bedroom air perfumed with roses.
A dried daisy on the nightstand.

Call her Elizabeth and count to fifty.

Listen to her steps fading in the hallway.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: africa, conflict, film, love, romantic, world war ii,

Oscar-ku 16 -Casablanca

anti-Nazi theme
Rick’s Café Américain-
play it again Sam ;)

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

Poem Details | by PRADEEP KATTIMANI |
Categories: art, beautiful, film, love,

Love First Bit

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Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: december, film, love, romantic,

The First Time We Met

In nineteen seventy six on the sixth of December
Was the first day we met one I’ll always remember
I took her to the gaumont cinema to see Rollerball
Afterwards I walked her home and I felt ten foot tall
She asked me in to meet her mom and we had coffee
I knew as the night went on she was the girl for me
It’s now been over forty years and we are still happy.

Written on June 22nd 2018.
For seven lines of romantic heaven sponsored by Silent one.

Poem Details | by Allan Terry |
Categories: beautiful, creation, film, god, hope, love, music,

morning glory and midnight sun

Than I saw the sun
from night I saw the sun
it greeted me
and I thanked God
without caring who say me 
Yet the night which was wonderful
made me think and rethink
Morning glory
midnight sun
who's hope and word's
reflect the need's of men
and who's need is beyond the need of monetary thing's
might I find4 someone to thank God for
That those who oppose me
might fall to their knee's
and ask God for the same type of love
I have found!

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: dark, death, film, gothic, love, mystery,

Oscar-ku 13 -Rebecca

gothic mystery
Hitchcock's first Hollywood film-
earliest film noir

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: absence, film, lost love, love, meaningful, memory, truth,

Polaroid Expired

Your memory is
like an expired polaroid 
film - I still keep it 

as though it would be
the most precious treasure of
mine, yet I am

aware of the truth:
till I walk this earth I will
never take a look at it.

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: conflict, depression, film, home, love, world war ii,

Oscar-ku 19 -The Best Years of Our Lives

soldiers return home
youthful innocence and health-
sacrificed to war

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: dance, film, french, fun, love, music, paris,

Oscar-ku 24 -An American In Paris

bright fun musical
Gene Kelly love triangle. . .
c'est magnifique

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved.
Published 2018 in "Hollywood Haiku" via

Poem Details | by Jaquay Atkins |
Categories: angel, film, fire, happy, home, i love you, i miss you, identity, image, imagery, imagination, lust, nostalgia, ocean, pride, riddle, romance, romantic, september, social, soulmate, today, together, tribute, true love, visionary, wisdom, word play,


This morning the dew crept into my bed
Soaked, I smile uncontrollably
The smell of femininity struck my senses so,
Sunrise, woke up the sleeping giant 

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: conflict, courage, film, jewish, love, prejudice,

Oscar-ku 20 -Gentleman's Agreement

social problem film
writer feigns being Jewish-
bigotry revealed

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: film, sad love,



Flames singe his white flesh
Sacrificed for displaced love

Honor Honor Honor

Mercy fires off a shot
Thankful he bows his head

Love Love Love

A smile licks his lips
Free to watch her salvation

Heaven’s accepted him after all

Kim Rodrigues © 2017

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: addiction, depression, fear, film, love,

Oscar-ku 18 -The Lost Weekend

Theremin first used
ground-breaking motion picture. . .
lots of booze-soaked scenes

Copyright © 2018 by Mark Toney. All rights reserved. 
First published 2018 in Hollywood Haiku via