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Love Poems About Hummingbird or Hummingbird Love Poems
by Laura Breidenthal |
Categories: dedication, deep, devotion, growth, heart, heartbreak, sad love,

I Wish

I wish, for a moment—I could vanish,
like a dream dreamt not to last,
so that ones that dream of me
would falter and wonder
where has she gone?

I wish, that I was a hummingbird 
buzzing in and out of sight,
that only observant eyes
and special hearts
can fly with

I wish I was the color
of your favorite thought,
waning and growing 
with swelling light
bent on a candid smile 

How I wish—and ever more,
that I could be just as I am
and take that little bit of sand
of what we seem to be,
and turn it into something vast—
something true, and welcome


by David Brown |
Categories: bird, imagery, love, metaphor, sexy,

To be your hummingbird

Oh, to be a hummingbird,
hovering near your flower
to float above your petals
for hour, upon hour

To taste your wondrous nectar
as I feel the morning dew,
to drink in all the mysteries,
the mysteries of you

by Pandita Sanchez |
Categories: first love, i love you, romantic love,

When I Met You

When I Met You
My beloved, heaven gifted your heart to me in the silence of a golden sunrise, divinely cradled on ripples of clouds and pillowed on a bed of blue bells, dripping with the kisses of a new day. When I saw you, my heart fluttered like a menagerie of a thousand doves, silver wings quivering on the palette of a vermillion splashed sunset. Like a hungry hummingbird, I craved to sip sweet nectar from your lips and to live on the essence of your love.
06-22-2018 Contest: Seven Lines of Romantic Heaven Sponsor: Silent One Placement: 1st

by Jill Martin |
Categories: devotion, faith, hope, life, loss, love, autumn,

Awakening ...

Reaching hands
fingertips touching
Clasping.
      Finally.

Pull me down
to golden depths of you
where quiet awaits in breathless peaceful.
Wrap your broken mind around my
grateful soul
and hear the healing songs of 
God’s spirit ....
     hummingbird wings as they kiss your cheek
     spring breezes through autumn pines
      incoming tide in twilight sleep
      winter’s first snowfall ~

open your eyes
remember mine
and
    take my hand ...

by Constance La France |
Categories: muse, nature,

Hummingbird Muse

I went to my dreamy dream to find my poetic muse, and he appeared in the form of a glittering hummingbird; with brilliant iridescent metallic green plumage and, he sang me a love song warbling with sugar nectar dripping; and he beat his tiny wings and hovering kissed my lips. ______________________________________ April 19, 2019 Poetry/Verse/Hummingbird Muse Copyright Protected, ID 19-1135-984-02 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym. Submitted to the April 2019, Premiere 7, Contest sponsor, Brian Strand First Place

by Terry Ledwell |
Categories: devotion, faith, family, husband, love, passion, wife,

MATTER OF TIME

Baby I know you miss
The way I kiss you head to toe
Caressing you and pressing you
So close so you would know
That if there came a moment
You and I would be apart
We’ll feel that same connection
Through the beating of our hearts
Like a hummingbird in autumn
Hovering on satin wings
We dance in life’s sweet nectar
And rejoice in all it brings
Because what we share is special 
And will stand the test of time
A pact we made together
That will last until we die
So if you start to falter
Find your strength in these few lines
Because the shortest distance between us
Is really just a matter of time….

by John Watt |
Categories: fear, longing, love, soulmate, true love,

The Archer

What timid lamb discerns I am trustworthy, drawing near? 
What deer could hear my message clear, "There's no need for alarm"?
What sigh could signify to butterfly, "My heart is warm"? 
What rabbit out of habit doesn't dash in mortal fear?
What word, if heard by hummingbird conveys, "I mean no harm?"

How do you spell the word to tell the woman you've dreamed of;
That word of balm to soothe and calm the fears she dares not show?
How would you try to say you'd die for her, whom you most love?
How to persuade your doubt-filled maid, when still these ill winds blow
into her mind? Grieving, you find your unrequited dove
Still sees in you the archer, who yet wields a deadly bow. 

by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: butterfly, garden,

Snag A Tango Hummingbird Mint Bush

Beautiful bush called tango hummingbird mint
Glows a fiery blue with oranges in a glint,
Hummingbirds, honey bees, butterflies too,
Love this plant with the orange and the blue.

I have been trying to buy these bushes for a while.
I am always polite and use my best smile.
I call them on the phone and give them my credit card,
Always out-of-stock, as these are amazing out in the yard.

I have come to a conclusion; there is only one way.
I have thought of it for a year, six months, and a day.
The only way to snag a tango hummingbird mint
Is to find a start off a neighbor, and not a skinflint.

by Tanya Harrington |
Categories: animals, love, nature,

Hummingbird Love

Whirling, twirling lovers fly
Falling through the tree tops high.
Taking hold with all their might
Swirling love, alive in flight.
Floating down upon the breeze
Spinning round like maple seeds.
Holding tight, not letting go
Nearly touching down below,
Pulling free, then giving chase
Longing for another taste.
Calling out their sweethearts tune
Hoping for another boon.
Pairing up, one more time,
Sipping nectar so divine!


Tanya Harrington
For: Good Enough Contest

by William Robinson |
Categories: inspirational, summer, summer,

GOD'S PAINTBRUSH

Have you seen the sky on fire,
Just before the sun is up?
Seen a hummingbird sip nectar
From a morning glory cup?
                                              
Have you seen the world reflected
In a crystal drop of dew?
Seen the sunshine paint a rainbow,
When a summer storm is through?
                                             
Have you seen the color spectrum
In the ripples of a stream?
Seen the full moon's mellow magic
Cast a summer evening's dream?
                                             
Have you seen an eagle soaring?
Seen the gentle mourning dove?
Then you've seen God paint a picture,
With the paintbrush of His love.

by Regina Riddle |
Categories: bird, love,

Sweet Nectar

Hummingbird drinking
Heady juice from blossom’s heart
Sweetly falls in love










©2014 by Regina Riddle

by Theresa CW |
Categories: appreciation, best friend, blessing, love,

My Beloved Heart

My Beloved Heart


My beloved heart
waits for your loving smiles on
our fragrant green lawn

Our love is so strong
We've been blessed with trust of
heavenly warm arms.


Written: Aug. 25, 2015
Theresa M Hummingbird

by ANKIT DEDHA |
Categories: cute love, flower, for her, friendship, happy, imagination, love,

--LOVE STORM--

My hummingbird found me
A cactus i used to be
Instead she wrapped around me
she kissed my deep buried heart
Rose petals surround me
All around me 
All around me 
I am a dancing flower now
Dancing On the beats 
Of her cute fluttering sound...




by Tim Smith |
Categories: sad, song, sun,

A Choir Of One

Sun drips her smile off my cheek
interrupting moments weak
a hummingbird hovers 
outside the pane
of my half-opened window
trying to capture the drops
of sugar falling off my lips
but no one wants to hear a choir of one
even if filled with love

notes sour
in an empty breeze
no apparent harmony

salt seeks her home
recover what's seen
backdrop to discovery

Stolen dreams drift off without me
watched under the heat of day
burnt into oblivion
under two-bit glass
cutting at the heart of tomorrow
I sing a pretty song
as the sun silently disappears
Votre amour est tenu dans ces yeux 

by Gale Greenwood |
Categories: computer-internet, flower, god, happiness, native american, nature, life,

Hummingbird

Sweet little hummingbird so small so slight
I do so love to watch you when you appear.
To hear your wings humming as you fly
it fills me with joy to watch you buzz around.
From flower to flower, you travel on wind currents
drinking floral nectar so you can fly forever after.
Pollen you spread giving back to the life where you fed.
Oh sweet hummingbird is it loving life where you are led?


by theresa stephens |
Categories: bird, garden, imagery,

Hummingbird - Quatern

Hummingbird sips the nectar sweet
honeysuckle rose in the heat
Orange blossoms fragrance the air
Multitudinous, no compare

As green vines curl around love seat
Hummingbird sips the nectar sweet
Overhead dazzle of bright sunshine
Dappling the shadowed cypress pine

As starlings, from flight, rest awhile
Settling over each clay roof tile
Hummingbird sips the nectar sweet
Making summer day so complete

A sudden breeze takes up it's form
Startled the birds fly up and swarm
Oblivious to frantic tweet
Hummingbird sips the nectar sweet

29/4/14

by Rachel St.Cross |
Categories: beautiful, girl, love,

Selene

Swept into the night Selene..
Glistening beads her fragrance
Soft silk sensations warm breast
Sliding kissing soapy, showers; scentful
Dreams collapsing unto that the waiting
Perfumed tiles while the world disappears
The moon melting a hummingbird hovering 
Above their windows sill where she cries
Everything is right, pure; into the bedroom
They go and love as she, turns down the lights.

by Rick Parise |
Categories: life, nature,

Hummingbird

Thy swifts of season

a beauty evanescent...

sweet succulent love


   

  




by Richard Pickett |
Categories: visionary

Spirit of Flight

See the flight of a Hummingbird,
wings to fast to see.
Hovering almost weightlessly,
for the nectar of the tree.

See the flight of Eagles,
riding thermals,so very high.
Searching for the evening meal
I love to hear them cry.

See the flight of dragonflies,
they're here and then they're there.
The colors of the rainbow,
floating in the air.

See the flight of the Osprey,
circling the sea.
To catch himself a tasty fish,
to feed his family.

See the flight of Human Spirit,
no limit how high we'll go.
The power that drives our human wings,
comes from deep within our soul.

by TS Poetry |
Categories: absence, allusion,

A Choir of One

Sun drips her smile off my cheek interrupting moments weak a hummingbird hovers outside the pane of my half-opened window trying to capture the drops of sugar falling off my lips but no one wants to hear a choir of one even if filled with love notes sour in an empty breeze no apparent harmony salt seeks her home recover what's seen backdrop to discovery Stolen dreams drift off without me watched under the heat of day burnt into oblivion under two-bit glass cutting at the heart of tomorrow I sing a pretty song as the sun silently disappears Votre amour est tenu dans ces yeux

by Jemmy Farmer |
Categories: love, passion,

The Hummingbird's Orchid

The tantalizing bloom, her beauty rare,
That tempts the hummingbird to stop and stare,
With glist’ning desire upon her lips blush,
To bring a shady red in wanton flush.
Like hungered hearts the two at last combine,
In this, the place, that love and lust entwine.
Dark promises of more to come and yet
For now in pleasure their needs are met.
Oh sweet, the pink orchid that teases me,
Her hummingbird to set her passion free.





Form: Sonnetina Due

by Alyssa Ziegler |
Categories: image, life, loneliness, love, music, nature, world,

Our World Today

The rose
It shines
As big as stars at night
My tears have created this miracle
But how
I'm nothing
Imma mistake

My soul
It sparkles
As a boy gives me love
As I have never felt before
It's like
A melody
Inside me

The Hummingbird
It's harmony
Is like nothing I've heard before
Is this what earth is?
A melody
A harmony
Never heard

by sadashivan nair |
Categories: change, emotions, hope, senses, sensual, truth,

Be attractive to attract, its a story in each ones life

Be attractive to attract,
It's a story in each one's life;
Floret's bud carry sugary juice,
Bees romanticise sitting on it;
Fluttering wings make frolic music,
Stimulating bud fill fluid in its gland;
suckling nectar make both fulfilled;
Be attractive to attract,
It's a story in each one's life...
Hummingbird too sings and dance;
Feel my wings, I am hummingbird,
My wings flutter fifty times a sec;
Makes floret feel sense of love;
Makes sound of humming,
My beak is long, I kiss your soul,
reaches deep in your heart;
Bud too submits,
Seek my nectar, pass my pollen;
Give something to get something,
It's a story in each one's life;

© Sadashivan Nair

by Ernesto P. Santiago |
Categories: love, nature, seasons, time,

My Summer Solstice (Fiboquatro)

Gee  
How
I love
The night, when
It’s still, for there is  
Great love that blooms, across the room 
Gleaming and sparkling ere my very eyes, teasing me

I listen not to the old radio, flashing the evening news
Instead, I watch the silhouette dances in stillness of the night
That cares of the days slip onto oblivion, ‘cos I’m, with muse
Sandwiched between the silky sheet and a mattress of delight

Sheltering us, from occasional yet gentle breeze
Skin to skin that I feel like a 
Hummingbird, when my 
Own summer 
Solstice
Is 
Here



NB.:  hello to y’all, friends/soupers
         hope you enjoy my own soup “Fiboquatro”
         


by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: beauty, bird,

A WEE HUMMINGBIRD


Amazing

Wings
Exercising
Endlessly

Hovering
Unceasingly,
Magnificent
Metabolism
Imbibing
Nectar
Greedily
Beautifully
Iridescent
Really
Delightful!

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I would love to see a hummingbird for real one day!

10/2/19