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Poem Details | by Tim Smith |
Categories: lost love, love,


Rushes to the window with every pitter-patter but it is only the rain crashing into me trying to wash away my pain reminding of sunny days where the pitter-patter was the beating of my heart where love was never sought but happily was found my heart breathes feeling once more your tenderness pitter-patters run across the oaken hardwood floors and I see in her your smile your love your heart The rain and my tears fall yet I know most go a lifetime without true love but no not me my heart goes pitter-patter one last time butterflies float away into my soul and I remember I loved you

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: love, passion,

astounded by your tenderness

you may think you 
are exceedingly insignificant


your soul carries 
more warmth than
the sun bestows 
to the earth.

for I have been awoken by
the words spoken…by you. 

you may think I don’t
believe in you as I once did


your heart carries 
more affection
than an autumn day

for I have been satisfied and
I’m gratified…because of you. 

you encompass my very being, 
and I am astounded by your tenderness. 

July 6, 2018

Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: love,

The Tenderness Of Touch

Some feel rich from worldly possessions Some feel rich from loving expressions The tenderness of touch That we crave so much That speak of love, these simple obsessions © Jack Ellison 2015

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: beauty, life, love,

Tenderness of an Iris

She smiles with the tenderness of an iris A wonderful blush of mauve and lavender There’s not anyone I’d rather see than this One who holds my heart and is my real lover Her appearance is just like a full flower She holds my stare and has some extreme power To hear her sigh is like music to my ears I will always hold her close for all our years
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Durlabh Singh |
Categories: introspection, life, love, romance



On tentative waves of tenderness
We would go forward in attendance
Where softness in the dawn counts
Some flirtation of sunshine after dark.

Today the journey is short
Beyond tediousness of mordent expressions
Resting in the airs like some sovereign sounds
Crossing thresholds of the neglected lessers.

Stone statues allured by the shades
Clad in grey wearing trousers of the mist
Doleful expressions in quizzing of heart
Frequency of failures in a wistful start.

Poem Details | by Andrew Crisci |
Categories: love, pets, cat,


On a bed softer than fur and whiter than daisies,
the tenderness of a lovely cat cuddling
her two kittens while they're sleeping...
is a vision we won't forget for hours, or even days!

Imagine a loving  mother being part of her kids' dreams 
as they lay asleep...doesn't that cat do what she does?
Isn't it an incredible surprise to see tears in strangers' eyes...
when they realize that felines and people share the same feelings?

And we looked at cats as domestic pets:
with pretty eyes and furs of every color with a meow
so gentle that was distinctively theirs,
but this misconception ought to change now;
we must appreciate them much more,
and welcome them through our door!

Poem Details | by L.Ruby Meyer |
Categories: caregiving, dedication, devotion, friendship, love, people, uplifting,

My Quote on Tenderness

Treasure and retain above all else, the tenderness of ones heart.

Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: care, emotions, feelings, heart, i miss you, kiss, love,

With all my hungry tenderness

With all my hungry tenderness
With all my heart (just let it speak)
I’ll give you long-awaited kiss
I will embrace you on the peak
of pleasure when I’ll meet your glance
in our very secret place.
Please, do not look another sense,
Please, do not look the other ways.
Just come; just hear my inner voice,
I’m empty; fill me with your care,
The skies are playing us as toys,
But we won’t say that it’s not fair.
Because you give to me your kiss,
Yes, you embrace me on the peak
of pleasure with your tenderness
With all your heart – you let it speak.

Poem Details | by Nina Foster |
Categories: loveme, love, me,

Touch of Tenderness....

 I get a rush, Im on a natural high,
I get so shaky , when youre nearby.........

 I really love being with you,
please dont get me wrong, Its just a feeling inside,
a feeling thats strong.........

 You're special to me and have a special place in my heart,
thats why I cant stand it when we are apart.........

 We can't be together all the time, I know
but I'll always have you with me in a place 
where others can't go..........

 You make me happy when I'm sad,
and smile when I'm blue,
You should know by now , that 
I really Love you...........

 There are so many things that I'd like to do,
and say,
It could take a lifetime, 
Lets get started , okay?


Poem Details | by The Brooklyn Six Project |
Categories: happiness, inspiration, inspirational, life, love,

Girl, There Is Sweet Tenderness

Girl, there is sweet tenderness 
We always have loads of fun 
Every moment is golden 
Together we lay underneath the sun 
Girl, our hearts beat as one 
We deeply cherish each other 
Always walking hand in hand 
Let us make this last forever

Poem Details | by Julie Mckoon |
Categories: break up, confusion, for her, for him, girlfriend, heartbreak,

Tenderness love forgotten

Once you see her 
you want to kiss 
her, as she passes 
you by, like a leaf falling 
in to the watery lake, 
of tears and pain, 
with her tender 
heart that's been
shattered, as the sun 
sets you, try not 
to follow her, 
but you can't 
resist her tender lips, 
with her tender love, 
she has given to 
you, so you try 
not to think of 
the past, but its 
not so easy, 
to forget, as you 
have to walk away, 
to say good bye. 

Poem Details | by David Brown |
Categories: dedication, love,


Soft heart, 
tender soul
guiding gently, 
making whole

Always ready,
loving touch
asking little,
giving much

Patient one,
soften's landing
healing hands,

Poem Details | by The Brooklyn Six Project |
Categories: love, together,

Girl, There Is Nothing But Sweet Tenderness

Girl, there is nothing but sweet tenderness 
When we hold one another so dearly 
We have a love that is pure and true 
Let this be forever sincerely 
With all the heat and passion 
Our love will shine on through 
Walking together hand in hand 
It is simply just us two

Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: assonance, emotions, feelings, poets, sensual, sweet love, sympathy,

Softer than tenderness by Osip Mandelstam

Softer than tenderness
your pretty face,
More white than white, of course,
your little hand,
It's far from world your walls
and native land,
It's unavoidable
your sweety bliss.

From sweety bliss, of course,
you are so sad,
And fingers these are warm,
they are so warm,
And quiet sound and tone,
speeches are unworn,
And distant eyes of yours
within my head.

P.S. This is my translation of poem by Osip Mandelstam

Poem Details | by Gregory Golden |
Categories: imagination

We Ask For Love And Tenderness

Love, as sweet  
This flower 
That blooms from
In return,
Only ask for
Love and tenderness
Each leaf and stem
A place in
This universe
We make this 
Sacred covenant

Poem Details | by Sandra Elliott |
Categories: love,

Loves Tenderness

 Falling so deeply into love's sunset
Sunburst of laughter never to upset
Enjoyment of loves tenderness is my advocate

Time approaches ever so fast, for loves last embrace
Burning desire only for lovers paradoxes
Taken so fast in your strong arms of grandeur

For each question is how long can lover's endure
Together we will glide through out each detour
Only to find their is no others touch so pure

Author. Sandra  M Elliott

Poem Details | by Serge Lyrewing |
Categories: emotions, feelings, how i feel, longing, lost love, metaphor, remember,


There our tenderness was,
It's not guilty of course,
that there is no it more,
that your knock in my door
I do not wait in silence,
in viscous webs of lonely grief.
How much of tenderness did we give,
Do you remember, honey?
Here now just dust (it's funny) 
is really covered our caress with,
I vainly try to wipe, I miss,
There is no sense in trying,
And I am sadly smiling,
Looking in silence so angry still,
but I remember 
not pain,
not thrill,
Tenderness runs through mournful thought,
it lies so sweet, it lies a lot,
Tenderness guilty, really,
that there is no more feeling.