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Poem Details | by Shaira Cawaling |
Categories: for him, friend, hate, hope, hurt, language, love,

Now gone

No good mornings
No good nights
You just know I'm fine
And it's killing me inside

Poem Details | by Diana Bosa |
Categories: inspirational, language, love, silence, true love,


And the tower of 
Babel is destroyed within, thus
there is no more din;

cacophony of
mother tongues. Everything is 
silent now: the noise

is fractured, the voice 
is shattered, the sound is ruined
and at last, I hear 

no other sound of 
voice, know no other language,
but yours, the true love of mine.

Poem Details | by Stephe Watson |
Categories: hyperbole, language, love, onomatopoeia, poetess, word play,

Heart Love Speech

Heart’s Love Speech

My girl (archaic)
has my raincoat.

And I...
Well, I (adverb)...
have never been so -
Happy (pronoun).

To sit outside,
in the rain (verb).
Just me and (subordinating conjunction) Basho (pronoun)(archaic).

smiling (preposition)...
I’ve all but - “Yauoooosh!” (interjection) jumped in.

Poem Details | by Jacob Reinhardt |
Categories: age, analogy, art, beauty, dream, earth, feelings, freedom, friendship, growth, happiness, happy, how i feel, i love you, introspection, joy, language, life, light, love, memory, metaphor, mirror, nature, passion, peace, philosophy, poems, psychological, relationship, science, self, senses, teacher, time, truth, visionary, voice, water, wisdom, world, write, writing, youth,

Who Am I

A new photograph floats to the surface
Playfully dressing up as the world around me
Hat, striped socks and all
Tiptoeing at the top for one last sweet moment 
Before sinking back into my ocean mind.

One after another they arrive
Single file,
Steeping my eyes in the world 
As the minds shutter, ever fluttering 
Strings together this conscious stream I play in.

My photographs fade in time’s wrinkled arms.
Joining their brothers and sisters at the ocean floor,
They hold hands and try to answer the question that is always asking itself:
Who am I?

Jacob Reinhardt

Poem Details | by Lori Lucas McClure |
Categories: love, music, passion,

Music, Language of Love

                                  Melodious melody of love
                               Lyrical language of the heart
                    Calling continually entwined in loves duet
                          Touched tenderly by life’s opera
                        Musical movements caressing the soul
                    Seraphic song  of the soul a sweet seduction

Poem Details | by Jerri Ward |
Categories: love

love in any language

love in any language
spoken straight from the heart
knows no bounds or barriers
it’s how the words impart
a smile, a hand shake
just one kind word
can erase all of the
boundaries we hold
onto so tightly
where would this world be
without love shared
together by all mankind.

Poem Details | by HGarvey Daniel Esquire |
Categories: funny, imagination, love,

English Language - 2 - Repost

Is it Proper to say I LOVE Ewe to a sheepherder?
Is it proper for a lumberjack to say I LOVE Yew?
Is the Poplar the most Popular of trees?
Yule be surprised  when there are no Presence under the tree

Poem Details | by Arlene Smith |
Categories: fantasy, love, romantic,

Universal Language of Love

Alabaster beaches, carrying dreamer's evening footprints, glisten heavenward.
Impatient Jupiter kisses lingering moon.
Neptune's ocean pulse quickens, rising slowly towards utopia.
Virgo's wondrous Xanadu yeilds zenith.

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Sponsor: Jade Puddifoot

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: feelings, love, passion,


                                Oh glorious Love,

                  No matter how fluent you may be in 
                                   All languages 


                     To express your blazing feelings, 


                 More eloquent you become when your

                        Lips are sharing, in silence,

                             Cupid's fiery kisses!  


© Demetrios Trifiatis
    06 January 2016

Poem Details | by Sukmawati Komala |
Categories: love,

The language of love

Come love
Please come 
Fill my desire

I’ll  beg for your present
till  you apprear
with  your sweetest  fragrant

anchor in my heart
with  your language

beautiful language

the language of love

let me
your romantic art

in sharing the joys
and appreciating  the griefs

life is about
knitting happiness and sorrow
into a blanket
of heart and soul

in sorrow
I understand
the value of a smile
and the priceless of a laugh

and in happiness
teach me much
how to care 
the value 
of each teardrop

~ (c) Sukmawati Komala
12 june 2013

Poem Details | by Rollo West |
Categories: love,

Language of Lips

So many kisses That will imply many things. A language of lips.

Poem Details | by Neldy Jolo |
Categories: joy, language, leadership, life, light, love, magic,


So much issues to think
and I never wonder why
it is a normal phenomenon.

But when people do not care
I will do my job
I will teach myself to love.

Sometimes I am to ponder
I am thought to learn
the things around affect me.

I do believe in magic
the magic of being nice
it’s always gives the best.

I valued life so much
that’s why I love people
and so I love nature.

I love you peace. Let's sail together. Layag Sug! 
Bato. April1715.10:51.

Poem Details | by Bianca and Gerhard |
Categories: angel,

The universal language of love

the starting point should always be light
rose petals are the romance of life
everyone knows the universal language of love
focus on the melody of simplicity
search the calm lake and not the eddies
stop seeds of inspiration into the earth
in silence as the farmer on an evening field
the harvest will be a precious gift
rainbow colors reflect in motionless water
ripples spread from human to human
change is the essence of the cosmos
played by the strings of a peaceful heart

@ Bianca & Gerhard

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: beauty, language, love,



Unable am I 

A poem for you to write my love


The wealth of words mournfully pales 


The treasure of your unrivaled beauty!

© Demetrios Trifiatis

    29 OCTOBER 2013

Poem Details | by Just James |
Categories: valentines day,

Love language

So many languages spoken for love 
So many find each other like a glove 
I know your mother tongue yet not a word 
I try to find a word that can be heard 

Your body speaks to me and I can hear 
Your eyes draw me in but I live in fear 
I must arrange a sentence to explain 
I trust emotions will then hold the rein 

Come to me, allow me to please explain 
Come and allow my words to entertain 
I speak to you in kind and show my hand 
I try to tempt you with a script that’s grand 

I flatter but my heart is driven snow 
I will word in language for love to grow 

Poem Details | by RUDOLPH RINALDI |
Categories: art, death, family, language, life, love, poems, political, religion, social, success, trust, truth, wisdom, words,

words words words

words words words 
and more words
separated by 
space and time
silences and breaths
spoken and written
make as we go
to give meaning to all
the truth
the lies

Poem Details | by Cynthia Alvez |
Categories: lost love,

In Any Language

Das Ende






You and I


Poem Details | by Iris Elizabeth Sankey-Lewis |
Categories: love, universe,



The language of love will remain super rich
But richer still; is simplicity of bliss
It brings, when it is handed from the heart
This love, the universe does deem as true art.

The language of love is precisely so clear
We will not settle for highfalutin air
It's spelled out in gestures, and in our eyes
It speaks, we decide to share love undisguised.

The language of love offers more than romance
It is invitation to work, play, give thanks
Better yet, we'll testify of its worth
The language of love began with Divine birth.


Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: language, love,


Romantic poetry, 
Once translated into:
Affection and 
Easily understood is, 
By a not well-versed  

© Demetrios Trifiatis
  06 OCTOBER  2014

Poem Details | by Earl Schumacker |
Categories: adventure, celebration, identity, image, kiss, language, love,

Language Of Love

            Language Of Love

Lover’s words mend their languished souls
Stitched on the warm blanket wrapped close
Language beneath, unspoken, understanding there
No need to speak with any other voice
Than that which lovers have inside
At times like this they simply look
Into the future through each other’s eyes   
Learn the language of love for all to see
There could be no better use for lips than this
Communication begins with simple touches
Starts on emotions ignited in a kiss 

Poem Details | by Nsamu Moonga |
Categories: love, nature, rose,

Language Stillest

Language Stillest

I gazed
I saw
The little rose petal
Red, violet, blue, pink, white
Colours hazed
Flying by the lip of the bridge

Put my palm 
to own it
Zoom! It shuns
just an inch away.
Follow it again
the millionth time
can’t hold it still.

The fragrance tells
The warmth! Belonging!
Warmth is
Language stillest
Unsopken but 
Wholly apprehended

Sweet rose be mine,
I pray.

(c) Copyright. All Rights Reserved. Moonga Nsamu. 2003

Poem Details | by Gerald Dillenbeck |
Categories: art, beauty, humor, language, love, math, science,

Red Sky Dawning

We already can notice
dawn unfolds a warm greeting 
of renewing hope,
a liturgical invocation,
not just because that's the way our Earth revolves
around that Other,
too hot and terror-powerful burning Sun,
and not just because we feel this way inside
our polypathic minds,
but because of both
yang-yin bilaterally interdependent
creolizing languaged reasons
of Self with Other
nondual co-arising Earth's double-binding humane-divine acclimation,
natural-spiritual binomial balancing
revolutionary ego/ecologically systemic
EarthMind InspiringNature.

Poem Details | by chamonique knowles |
Categories: love

loves language

I want to create a language with you
our own private dialogue
where a hand squeeze is "I love you"
a hug is "I need you"
a kiss is "I want you"
and a smile is "I can't live with out you"

Poem Details | by Lara Wash |
Categories: language, love, smile,

One Love Yours and Mine

Citizens of the world
Love is what we offer
Love is what we hurl

Hurled to the East
Hurled to the West
Hurled to the North and
Hurled to the South 

Love is our greatest clout

We’re all related
So why hate it?

Our language is in our eyes, smiles, tears and

Everything outside of that doesn’t matter

I talk too fast
You talk too slow

Just point in the direction
We should go

Neighbor, friend or kin
What I can’t give
I’ll lend

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: poetry, words,

Love of language

Words, my whiskey
On late, peaceful nights
The first catch of the day
The thrill of a bite

Language, my coffee
On a nice breezy morning
A cool shower in July
That comes without warning

Quotes, my motivation
When feeling defeated
A surprise love affair
Naughty and heated

Poetry, my love
My utmost addiction
It calms me down
After a day of friction

Rhymes, my reason
When I lose control
The confidence and pride
That someone else stole

Writing, my mission
My purpose to fulfill
Not sure what I'm achieving
But I'm writing still