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Poem Details | by Robert Uy |
Categories: destiny, love,

An Afternoon in February: A Lady's Sentiment

A riddle she could not decrypt,
    He was; and t'was the reason why
To him, her Love she would not give.
    Perhaps she would, someday, in time.

Poem Details | by Shining Bright |
Categories: love, rose,

sentiment of a rose

speaks in silence
volumes of the heart
for the giver
the warmth and eternal love 
fresh in the morning dew
 a rose  presents
a blooming bud
of a glowing true love

Poem Details | by john freeman |
Categories: devotionchristian, christian, love,

"Heart's Ultimate Sentiment"

Heart essence perfect
One copy of Agape
Love’s own DNA


a·ga·pe [aa g? pay] 
1. 	nonsexual love: love that is wholly selfless and spiritual 
2. 	christianity Christian love: selfless love felt by Christians for their fellow human 
3. 	christianity Christian communal meal: a communal meal held by a Christian 
community, especially in early Christian times, in commemoration of the Last Supper 
[Mid-17th century. < Greek agape "brotherly love"]

Poem Details | by Abi Morgan |
Categories: lost love, love,

Empty Sentiment

Some say that love is dead,
But can that really be so?
Is it an idea, a thought in your head?
Or an emotion you outwardly show?

They say that love is no more,
But is that really true?
Must you ask for it, implore,
Or does it come naturally to you?

I heard that love has been destroyed,
But is that believable?
Is it simply redundant or unemployed?
Or a state that’s unachievable?

It’s said that love is in the past,
Old-fashioned and out of date,
But do we all just move too fast?
Perhaps we need to stop and wait.

I watched as love was laid to rest, 
And I suppose to see is to believe;
We buried it dressed in our Sunday best,
A love we bereave but cannot conceive. 

Poem Details | by Adam Kinsley |
Categories: allegory, desire, dream, imagery, lost love, metaphor, sorrow,

Vehemence vs Sentiment

You crawl beneath my timid heart
Deploying feeble desires
I speak with vivacious eloquence
But, I have not changed my reasoning

Or, lack there of

I dive, head-strongly, into the same folly
Dreaming dreams I've halfheartedly dreamed before
With vehemence as my blind witness:
I stab at the sands, to search for sentiment

[The sentiment I had unnervingly hurled into the sea]
There is nothing to gain from this redundant Intention
Crestfallen, it follows me, with all of my lost chances
And, I have Run...out of places to peddle my Love

Or, lack there of...

Poem Details | by Dr.Hemant Vinze |
Categories: life, love, song-teen,


Written in my eyes is a poem,
Of reflection of your sentiment,
That you cannot contain
And I cannot conceal!

Poem Details | by Dr.Hemant Vinze |
Categories: family, friendship, life, love, music, passion,


Written in my eyes is a poem,
Of reflection of your sentiment,
That you cannot contain
And I cannot conceal!

Poem Details | by Shawn Oussifi |
Categories: friendship love, love, meaningful, together, true love,

A Sentiment of Many Planes

The warm feeling of the sun, 

And his loving soft lips,  

That plant a kiss atop the forehead, 

On her sun-kissed skin, 


This is love 


A kiss in the physical, 

Though it touches many planes 

Both emotional and spiritual, 

Yet all one in the same, 


This is love 


Not just the feeling, but the being 

That encompasses the soul, 

That mends the broken pieces, 

That restores and makes whole, 


This is love...and I feel it

Poem Details | by Rick Parise |
Categories: beauty, innocence, love, memory,

The Sentiment Is Never Lost

The sentiment is never lost 
O' moon of melancholy dream 
for on the night I kissed your lips 
One thousand times redeemed
O' joyous song 
O' angels sing 
As twilight calls the day
I dream again 
A dream of dreams
Until I touch your face