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Poem Details | by Michael Higginbotham |
Categories: allegory, heart, red, heart, love, red,

The Ivy and The Brick

It must have felt like love at first,
The clinging of the ivy vines,
Until his rich red heart had burst.

Her tendrils slaked an ancient thirst,
The tender touch for which he pined.
It must have felt like love at first.

Too guileless to suspect the worst,
She speared him with her soft green tines.
Until his rich red heart had burst.

Her coils so patiently she pursed,
He never guessed at her design.
It must have felt like love at first.

Crazed with cracks, its strength dispersed,
From end to end the wall declines
Until his rich red heart had burst.

So new to love, so poorly versed
In joy, so baffled by her signs,
It must have felt like love at first.
Until his rich red heart had burst.


Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: dedication, devotion, happiness, holiday, inspirational, life, love, on work and working, passion

The Mission Trip To Please

On mission trip overseas
At least one week will do
Hold babies gently squeeze

Whether in cold where freeze
In rain forest where view 
On mission trip overseas

My hearts desire will please
Feed hungry babies stew
Hold babies gently squeeze

Give up my life of ease
Place on feet needed shoes
On mission trip overseas

Help babies who cough wheeze
For mothers good tea brew
Hold babies gently squeeze

Perfect week just do these
Open heart my love grew
On mission trip overseas
Hold babies gently squeeze

Poem Details | by Nicholas Westerhausen |
Categories: faith, happiness, hope, inspirational, love, peacelife,

Eternal Love

God loves us without end;
His grace continues forever.
Eternally He will be our friend.

Not only to befriend,
To protect us is His endeavor.
God loves us without end.

No matter where me He sends,
My attachment to Him will not sever.
Eternally He will be our friend.

Our greatest evils off he will fend.
Whether we are foolish or clever,
God loves us without end.

Our life is his to lend,
His way offers life without end.
Eternally He will be our friend.

All of us he will mend.
We will be His forever.
God loves us without end.
Eternally He will be our friend.

Poem Details | by Michael Dom |
Categories: love, relationship, me, love, me,

Is it a fantasy

If I give my love to you
And this is no fantasy
Promise me you will be true

Darling why are you so blue
Don’t deny your ecstasy
When I give my love to you

After all that we’ve been thru
Don’t give up so easily
Promise me you will be true

Our love we can renew
Cast away your misery
When I give my love to you

Sometimes we may go askew
But our ship will sail this sea
If we both will remain true

Friends and lovers are too few
But this is no fantasy
If I give my love to you
Promise me you will be true

Someone tell me
If it’s easy being
A lover and a friend?

This is a villanelle with a questionku.


Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love, men, spring, women,

Newness of Life

In Spring young thoughts turn to fancy
life around us is renewed
ladies wearing gowns all chintzy

Do entice men with a curtsey
careful least it's a wedding bed
in Spring young thoughts turn to fancy

Now the ladies, a few doxy's
love to spin,  their skirts all spread
Ladies wearing gowns all chintzy

Love comes courting in ecstasy
the fashion this year is redheads
in Spring young thoughts turn to fancy

The ladies are so full of moxie
lead men on but no maidenhead
ladies wearing gowns all chintzy

Fluttering eyelids so saucy
men their passions this time unfed
in Spring young thoughts turn to fancy
ladies wearing gowns all chintzy

Poem Details | by Valerie Staton |
Categories: abuse, break up, husband, love, wife,

Husband Yet She Knew Him Not

Villanelle – Husband yet She Knew Him Not


Husband yet she knew him not
Life was just a living hell
Their wedding vows he had forgot

He loved a little, she loved a lot
His heart was just an empty shell
Husband yet she knew him not

He did not take rejection well
The physical abuse he would not stop
Their wedding vows he had forgot

No bed for him, he got the cot
Divorce attorneys she did tell
Husband yet she knew him not

Peeved abuser began to plot
Although his ruthless efforts failed
Their wedding vows he had forgot

Life with him she tried to blot
He went to jail, no chance of bail
Husband yet she knew him not
Their wedding vows he had forgot

Poem Details | by Emile Pinet |
Categories: cute love, emotions, february, feelings, imagery, valentines day,

Valentine's Day



Valentine's day instills romance amenable to the heart's call enticing love to take a chance. February finds time to dance as winter temperatures fall Valentine's day instills romance. Happy hearts slip into a trance joy encompasses one and all enticing love to take a chance. A dance allows hopes to advance for when winter slows to a crawl Valentine's day instills romance. Sharing a reassuring glance lovers wear teardrops like a shawl enticing love to take a chance. When two hearts link by circumstance they don't defer to protocol. Valentine's day instills romance enticing love to take a chance. (A Villanelle Poem)

Poem Details | by Roy Jerden |
Categories: love, magic, valentines day,

The Virgin Witch of Moulineaux

Three fennel seeds upon the snow
she sows upon St. Valentine's,
the virgin witch of Moulineaux.

A magic spell that love shall grow
in blood fresh pricked from rose's spines,
three fennel seeds upon the snow.

A kiss beneath the mistletoe,
on Yuletide eve his arm entwines
the virgin witch of Moulineaux.

But now where is her wayward beau?
Her hope lies there before the pines:
three fennel seeds upon the snow.

With lifted arms to call the Crow
she kneels to pray and make the signs,
the virgin witch of Moulineaux.

To win his love or it forego,
the stars shall judge how she aligns
three fennel seeds upon the snow,
the virgin witch of Moulineaux.


Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love,

The Lovers

They came together in passion
their love was without ration
it was so full of loving tension

Their love was one in a million
they shared only one vision
they came together in passion

They walked together in union
as if they had taken a potion
it was so full of loving tension

Dreams shared without ration
together they shared a pillow
they came together in passion

No bars here, just love's prison
their love they did not question
it was so full of loving tension

They shared just one notion
to always love with no ration
they came together in passion
it was so full of loving tension

~ ~ ~ ~ ~

written 05/19/2013

Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love, valentines day,

A Valentine Poem

He gave her a bunch of roses
deep red and highly scented
sweetly he romanticizes

With loving heart, her, he teases
with his love before her casted
he gave her a bunch of roses

Some may think he needs new lenses
for with comeliness not gifted
sweetly he romanticizes

With all her sweetness she cleanses
a pure soul she had been granted
he gave her a bunch of roses

Her sense of fun amuses 
with her he is so enchanted
sweetly he romanticizes

Over which ring he agonizes
choosing one that could be flaunted
he gave her a bunch of roses
sweetly he romanticizes

I wrote this for a reading I am doing on Valentine's Day yet it is also for all lovers everywhere

Poem Details | by Jessie Melanson |
Categories: angel, light, longing, love,

FALL

Shine bright, for you 
Are meant to light up 
Someone’s life, simply 
With your presence.

Smile for someone
Could be falling for 
 Your happiness.

Laugh for someone 
Could fall in love 
With your humour.

Make eye contact 
For someone could 
Fall for your gaze.

Cry, for someone
May fall for your
Imperfections.

Be yourself for
Someone may 
Fall for you.

Poem Details | by Tony Devers |
Categories: humorous, love, trust,

My Love Is

My love is constant as the clouds
That flit across the sky.
In sleep I call her name aloud

Though when awake I am too proud
To let her hear me cry.
My love is constant as the clouds

Her fertile valleys I have ploughed
And over them I fly.
In sleep I call her name aloud

Does her affection wear a shroud?
If so she won’t say why.
My love is constant as the clouds

She picked me from the madding crowd,
It’s her rules that apply.
In sleep I call her name aloud

With such sincerity avowed
Am I to be denied?
My love is constant as the clouds
In sleep I call her name aloud

Poem Details | by Keith Logan |
Categories: heart, love, romance,

My Heart Belongs to You

My heart I found belonged to you;
ached to be by your side again!
And wondered did you love me too?

Or had you missed a vital clue,
and suffered I alone in vain?
My heart I found belonged to you.

While this discovery yet was new,
I wept to feel my heart might drain,
and wondered did you love me too?

The depth of feeling inward grew,
I fought composure to maintain!
My heart I found belonged to you.

I thought about what might ensue,
if I should make my feelings plain!
And wondered did you love me too?

I fret now over time we knew,
innocent past would fain sustain!
My heart I found belongs to you,
and wonders do you love me too?

Poem Details | by Jessie Melanson |
Categories: anxiety, beautiful, lost love, love, paradise, passion, wisdom,

BELIEVE

Believe

You told me you loved me.
I foolishly believed you.
I fell for you, like never before

I believed you loved me.
I shouldn’t have, because you
Left me forever, all alone.

You left me,
Broken without you.
Feeing like I was not enough, for anyone.

You wanted more,
Than I could give you.
My affection was all I could give.

I wouldn’t give it to someone
Who wouldn’t care, like you.
Love is all I can give.

One day, I will believe in love.
It won’t be someone like you.
I will wait for the man who will love
Me no matter what I chose to give.

Poem Details | by christie mills |
Categories: imagination, love, passionwords, me, night, me, night,

A whisper into the night

Whisper not into the night these words I can not hear.
For I'am but a vision, Tell me while I'm near.

Whisper not into the night these words I long to hear,
But tell me them in your voice, and place them upon my ear.

Whisper not a remenise of which I can not see,
But show me what it is by heart, of which you want it to be.
For we are in a vision of the night, And here I will always be.

Whisper not into the night. A wish of disregret. For I'am but 
a vision, stuck in side your head. Till the end of time I shall 
always be. For you are but a part of my soul. 

Not just a whisper in the night.

Poem Details | by Brian Terry |
Categories: romantic,

A Love Lost

How could I be so careless with you?
	Allowed my dreams to be expectations.
	I loved you so much but now I have lost you.

	To another’s arms I flew,
	what were my intentions?
	How could I be so careless with you?

	She laughed and bid me adieu,
	was I fooled by her fairy like tokens?
	I loved you so much but now I have lost you.


	Why could I not stay true?
	All that is left, just disillusions,
	How could I be so careless with you?

	While I was alone my love blossomed anew
	I think of you and my life sweetens
I loved you so much but now I have lost you.

Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love, nature,

Two Wolves Played

Two wolves played together courting 
gently the male licked and nuzzled
romped together enjoying

Now bonded they were so loving
for eternity they joined
two wolves played together courting

In great fun each other chasing
until they together swirled
romped together enjoying

Like all lovers closely bonding
unlike us they never battled
two wolves played together courting

They raise their cubs with good teaching
the cubs before them grovelled
romped together enjoying

Full cycle their lives swinging
yet still with each other dazzled
two wolves played together courting 
romped together enjoying

Poem Details | by Brian Terry |
Categories:

I Love to dance

I’ve always loved to dance
I’ve looked without success
I found this quite by chance
 
I’m told this comes from France
suppose they’re right, I guess
I’ve always loved to dance
 
around I go almost in a trance
still looking, but I confess
I found this quite by chance
 
I see this girl and glance
she twirls at me with flying dress
I’ve always loved to dance
 
Happy time, I can prance
never once with any distress
I found this quite by chance
 
will she bring me romance
but Oh dear I do digress
I’ve always loved to dance
I found this quite by chance

Poem Details | by hija de la luna |
Categories: beautiful, beauty, blessing, courage, life, love, mother,

Oh Vulnerable Woman

What a beauty you are!
In this very life, my life!
Oh vulnerable woman!

In your fertile womb,
Precious little life,
What a beauty you are!

Lovely soul takes life bids,
Without hesitation,
Oh vulnerable woman!

Without your weakness,
You would not offer love,
What a beauty you are!

Selfless is your existence;
Yielding self to a small one,
Oh vulnerable woman!

Your delicate body gifted life,
And life gives peace as price,
What a beauty you are!
Oh vulnerable woman!


8/11/14

** This is dedicated to my wonderful mother who took the risk of giving us all 
her children - LIFE. My salute to all mothers whose vulnerability is a true 
beauty!!

Poem Details | by Deborah Foster |
Categories: depression, heartbreak, hurt, sad love,

Waves Crash Villanelle

The blue green waves crash
Into my mind with vicious hate.
My being rips with a slash.

The eternal ocean does smash
Against the waves of eternal fate
The blue green waves crash.

My memories become a brown ash
Whilst it's me you berate
My being rips with a slash.

Melodramatic thoughts I try to stash
Away from your most obvious trait.
The blue green waves crash.

Your idiosyncrasies cover me in a rash.
Beat me into submission-clean my slate.
My being rips with a slash.

As the dead flowers grow in my soul's ash
You call upon me this my final debate,
The blue green waves crash
My being rips with a slash.

Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love,

A Damsel Longed for a Knight

A damsel longed for a knight
a man to fight to fight for her causes
with whom she could love and unite

To be with for eternity
to kiss him under the arches
a damsel longed for a knight

A fine brave warrior to fight
protect her from evil witches
with whom she could love and unite

Dance a few reels with tonight
wearing  a dress with fine  brooches
a damsel longed for a  knight

A knight to help her feel safer
a man who would spare her farces
with whom she could love and unite

At last she met her shining knight
together alone she blushes
a damsel longed for a knight
with whom she could love and unite

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: daughter, devotion, faith, forgiveness, hope, inspirational, introspection, lifeday, love,

As The Mist That Rides The Waves

As mist that rides the waves
My love clings to just You
Only your love I crave

You the only who saves
Constant  your love as dew
As mist that rides the waves

Telling your love in phrase
Day by day to a few
Only your love I crave

For each day on his stave
My musical notes drew
As the mist rides the waves

My right to hell did waive
The sentence he totally threw
Only your love I crave

For you did call me from grave
Transformation I flew
As the mist rides the waves
Only your love I crave

Poem Details | by Jeanna Gnade |
Categories: loveheart, heart, love,

Hopeless Chemistry

Into your heart, a hopeless race.
Do you feel what I feel within?
Our chemistry could blow this wretched place.

Every time I see your face,
My broken dreams come easy then.
Into your heart a hopeless race.

Its closing in, I have no space.
The look on your face, that grin.
Our chemistry could blow this wretched place.

Fingers tied together like lace,
Our love would be the perfect sin.
Into your heart, a hopeless race.

A heart of love I’d trace,
Just so your love I’d win.
Our chemistry could blow this wretched place.

I don’t want to be second place,
Or a could have been.
Into your heart a hopeless race,
Our chemistry could blow this wretched place.

Poem Details | by Shadow Hamilton |
Categories: love, passion, romance, romantic,

Passion's Embrace

In passion's embrace I lay
held tightly to my lover's chest
watching as the night turns to day

beams of sunshine light up the bay
as I play with my lover's vest
in passion's embrace I lay

In his hair my fingers do stray
his kiss lingering with love's zest
watching as the night turns to day

My laughter rings out oh so gay
as teasing he nips me in jest
in passion's embrace I lay

Now in my heart loves tunes do play
we dance my head against his chest
watching as the night turns to day

To the musical notes we sway
ever together in love's quest
in passion's embrace I lay
watching as the night turns to day

Poem Details | by ANDREA TRAVIS |
Categories: lost love,

Looking for you

I got lost, looking for you
Searching deep within a soul
Now, I’ve lost myself too!

I looked in many faces, only a few
I searched the clouds above that roll
I got lost, looking for you

Rolling around in morning dew
So alone and in the cold
Now, I’ve lost myself too!

Have I shut love out, became a shrew
Fleeting youth as I grow old
I got lost, looking for you

My love once soared, passion flew
Delicate whispers not to be told
Now, I’ve lost myself too!

Did I miss the sign, ignore the cue
Pass the bridge, forget the toll
I got lost, looking for you
Now I’ve lost myself too!