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Poem Details | by cortni basford |
Categories: friendship, i love you,

You may not be blood but your still family

You come over all the time 

We talk about everything 

And anything 

I know I can come to you 

With anything because you 

Will always understand 

We have a lot in common 

Some people ask why do you

Even talk to her

She don’t care about you 

At all 

I tell them 

They don’t know you like I do 

And they never will 

Because even though you’re not 

Blood you are still my family 

No matter what happens in 

Twenty years or even two weeks 

Down the road we will always be

Sisters for life 

And I happy that I can look at you 

And say I love you sis

Poem Details | by CayCay Jennings |
Categories: desire, devotion, love, romance, valentines day,

Joy May Our Love Say

Darling, you are my gift, my treasured gold.
        I braved pain once that our joy might reach crest, 
            So, now for said joy’s passion, answer bold
                  amour's question born from my heart’s own chest:
                      As love’s keen ache, will you crave me with zest?

                      No words trite on this sentiment may lay.
                  Just love words eloquent may our love say.
            Such happy promise dances to please us
       As Cupid’s quest quivers are aimed your way:
   Will my bliss know your shot of lust, kissed thus?

... CayCay Jennings
January 15, 2017

Poem Details | by jennifer smith |
Categories: inspirational, uplifting, beautiful, beautiful, love, may,

ugly and cheap

i may just have an ugly face.
i also maybe cheap
but i have made many "a man race"
as beauty is only skin deep.

i may not be as pretty as a picture
but i have often made a choice
and i may not be any richer
but there is love in my voice.

i may not have lovely clothes
but i can make love to you
and i may not be beautiful as a rose
but i know when love is true.

i may not have a beautiful body
but it is still kept on view
and i may not be small and often in the nuddy
but my affections are on cue

so if you rate your love on looks alone
i think I'll just leave and tarry
because you heart is colder than stone
your the type for me not to marry.

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, confusion, for her, friendship love, i love you,



shall I cry again
I shall embrace your shadow
whisper in your eyes

again shall I cry
being more than just a friend
allow me to love

may I be more than
just a friend may have loves heart 
shall I cry again

written by James Edward Lee Sr.2019©

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: dance, love, lust,

May I Have This Dance

Emerald eyes that hypnotize Softly swaying in rhythmic rhyme Within a subtle glance she dips And moves about the crowd As music spills to fill the room A wondrous flower indeed has bloomed And in a breath A single sigh With confidence climbing high I fold my hands and saunter on To give it one more try

Poem Details | by aneysa churchwell |
Categories: devotion, fantasy, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, love, passion, people, social, teen

Dedicated To Mr.Right...Who Ever That May Be..

we talk...
it'salways good
so much already understood
we spend time...
i like being with you
..i want something more...
more than a dream..
more than a vision..
i'm looking for more..
more than just words
more than a promise
more than a feeling..
i guess i just want...

Poem Details | by Ginger Marie |
Categories: inspirational, love, may, sun,

Distant Heart

Your sun may be clouded
My sun may be bright
But I know that we see
The same moon tonight

I climb on the roof
And I gaze at the stars
Hoping you can also see
Planet Mars

No matter the distance
Near or apart
Just know that you will
Always be in my heart

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: love, beauty, beauty, may,

Beauty Analyzed

To a less than discerning eye Illusive beauty is not found. An artist may observe it there In any ordinary thing. There is beauty not apparent To a less than discerning eye, Clear to an enchanted lover Gazing at his beloved one’s face. A child may think of his mother As being the fairest of fair. To a less than discerning eye Her innate beauty is not seen. We each observe in our own way This world in which we all must share. The beauty that we find not there To a less than discerning eye. Rewritten for correct form

Poem Details | by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: love, may,

The Wily Thorn

The wily thorn that signifies the rose
abides; some hapless fool will come along
untutored in the art of willful pose
to grasp, and sustain a sharp reminder!

His gift bestowed and modestly attended,
there stirs a trembling only she may know
whose pledge is true and joyfully intended,
first semblance of a passion soon to grow.

How powerful beauty's lure can be!
it supersedes, and pricks the heart to bleed,
and captured in its snare they're led
on rapture's path, where'er that path may lead.

Poem Details | by Dawn Carpenter |
Categories: life, love, sad, may,


rain falls from the sky
endless lonely nights go by
the darkness from the heavens above
mirrors a life missing true love
slivers of moonlight shine on a girl
who's praying to find her place in this world
beautiful stars sparkling bright
reflect on a girl whose almost lost sight
for not long from now the moon may be whole
a wonderful man may find his way to her soul
until that day comes she'll just soak in the rain
because feeling it fall takes away all her pain

Poem Details | by Jolanta Gradowicz |
Categories: love, me, dream, dream, me,

May I Dream Of You Tonight?

May I dream of you tonight?
Let me caress the picture of you.
I see your face – stars are so bright…
I know it well – nothing is new.

Let me feel warmth of your mouth
And your breath on my hair.
I never talked about my love,
Perhaps I was not aware…

I’d like to find proper words
To show my feelings this night.
But I can’t  cope – I’m helpless,
No word seems proper and right

May I dream of you tonight?
These dreams will never come true,
But let our souls unite,
Only now let me dream of you...

Poem Details | by stanley copley |
Categories: devotion, lost love, love, sad, day, heart, day, heart, love, may,


I found true love, but held too tight
Then one day it flew away
Now after pain, and after hurt
I go on day by day

The pain was bad, like none before
It tore right through my heart
Yet still i live and i go on
Though i can't believe we are apart

My love for you was true you see
And one day i hope you learn
That though we started off things wrong
My heart for you still yearns

I may never see your face again
For we may always be apart
I may even find another love
Yet your love will own my heart

I will always save a space inside
Although for now you're gone
You will always be my one true love
But my heart it will go on.

Poem Details | by Jim Pemberton |
Categories: best friend, faith, first love, forgiveness, freedom, friendship, god, happiness, hate, heartbroken, inspiration, inspirational, introspection, jesus, joy, leaving, life, loneliness, lonely, lost love, love, lust, relationship, religion, religious, sin, spanish, spiritual, spoken word, uplifting,

May the Love of Jesus Touch You

May the Love of Jesus Touch You!

May the love of Jesus bless and touch you!
May his presence be with
 and uplift you!

May the joys of the love make
 you complete!
And touch you, from your
 head to your feet!

May the glory of the lord
 be with and keep you!
His majestic power can really touch you!

May the words that he’s spoken,
touch your spirit!
His mercy and salvation… 
 He freely give it!

May the sweetness of Jesus,
 into your life bring!
His righteousness and beauty!  
Your everything!

May you take some time
 with Jesus in prayer?
How much he loves you! 
 How much he cares!

By Jim Pemberton    07.28.13

Poem Details | by Elaine George |
Categories: heaven, love, may, passion,

Lost in Dreams of Thee

‘Tis hell,  this place 
Me doth dwell 
Lost in dreams of thee
Drifting 'ore a unquenched wave
Across a never ending sea
From whence that shore
That once appeared before me
So demure
Fie, ’twas but a dream, a dream
A dream, and nothing more 

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: dedication, friend, friendship, love,

May Come - Trinet

~May Come~ (Trinet) My dear Friends I Want to wish you great day With lots of love blessings All you Deserve May your Wishes And dreams may come just true May you climb every single mountain With true Love all The way With Jesus Beside you You can accomplish anything each day Be postive reach for the stars Don't quit Be winner Not loser Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2014 January.20.2015

Poem Details | by Robin L. Gass |
Categories: lost love, teenlove, may, me,

Undying Love

Many days may pass me by
but my love for you will never die

Although your love may not be true
I'll always have true love for you

My sad heart has lost its will to live
for to you my love I cannot give

Many days may pass me by
but my love for you will never die

Note:  This is the first official poem I ever wrote.
I was 15 and it was at this time of year (1978).
I thought it would be fun to share it with you.  Over 
the years I have made a few grammatical changes
but it is essentially the same.  Love, Robin

Poem Details | by Curtis Moorman |
Categories: love, magic,

May Magic

God created wonderful magic in May
By creating our Sweetheart Linda-Marie
He worked lots of magic that beautiful day
And the world is a better place, don't you see

She is certainly a bright and shining star
With a glow like moonbeams captured in a jar
Those of us who know her love her very much
And pray that she will always stay in close touch

Curtis Moorman
19 April 2012

For your contest, but especially for your birthday


Poem Details | by Dana Smith |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, love, day, love, may,

Lovers Dream

Like skin stretched over broken bones, so tight But does he know the hold of love's imprint? Last to dream, first to fall from morning's light To say to love was only first intent His voice alone; bind me there forever With the first man to provoke but my best Disregarding pains - stabs - to endeavor 'Til the day my love is his to detest And though he only feels but lovers start The feeling of what may or may not be I only dream some day I'll fill his heart Only then he'll feel deepest love for me- He'll wake with no crossing from life and dream, And see love's much more than what it may seem.

Poem Details | by Spanish Rose |
Categories: angst, family, girlfriend-boyfriend, heart, heart, love, may,


Absence makes the heart grow fonder
Missing you for longer and longer

Deathly afraid my heart may burst
You may love me best...I love you worst

Poem Details | by Lisa Lawler |
Categories: loneliness, love, lust, may, passion, poems, poetry, power,

Acrostic Poem

Vanquishing emotions with preposterous actions.

Poem Details | by Rollo West |
Categories: love, may,

Living Poem

You are the poem, you dwell inside the letters. Apostrophes like freckles, smile lines like parentheses. It may be me that scribes the poem, that finds the words and braids them together, it may be me that pens the poem, but you, you my love, are one

Poem Details | by Victor Chavez |
Categories: love,

You may not believe me

you may not believe me nor in my faith,
But I'll be there always till ends our fate
Together by stars predestined and God. 
May my all I hope you accept though odd.

With my heart and soul I love you ,my dear ,
Whose affection I'll whisper in your ear.
Your silence frightens me. I wish you saw
With what fondness I do hold you in awe .
With my heart and soul I love you, my dear.

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: food, food, love, may,

Happy Meal Plague

A “Big Mac attack” and “Have it your way”
are all past slogans from fast food places
for most Americans fast food will stay
because Big Macs and Whoppers feed faces

Americans love to eat on the go
we love pizza hamburgers and hot dogs
and the value meals never cost much dough
other countries may think we’re all just hogs

truth be told we need to eat to survive
Burger King and MacDonald’s does the job
some may think fast food as food at a dive
Long John Silver does have corn on the cob

right or wrong fast food will never leave us
until the day all Americans bust

Poem Details | by Wm Paul |
Categories: hope, love, marriage,

MAY 27 87

When a marriage of convenience
Turns to a long term love,
The lives it brings together
Can never be undone.

Poem Details | by Keith Bickerstaffe |
Categories: holocaust, love, may, universe,

Who Knows Where The Time Goes

The stars may wink their last goodbyes, 
the sun may disappear, 
the moon may shrink and come to naught 
and I will shed a tear. 

The universe may turn to dust 
all flora, fauna waste away, 
we may spend our time in darkness 
hoping for a brand new day. 

Will you still be here to comfort me 
to fill my eyes with pride, 
and swell my heart with tenderness, 
my love, my blushing bride?