Love Poems About Superfluous or Superfluous Love Poems
by Phillip Garcia |
Categories: nature,

Immortal Tethers Rein

superfluous drizzle
this tranquil cottage scene

April’s meadowlark sigh
sweetly symphonic slopes
green glistened gradient

hillside reeds rejoice flat
rejuvenation blessed
by philanthropic sun

illustrious wisdom
showers ivory slates
of winter remembrance

villagers swim downstream
lips kiss glimmered ripples
madly in love with reflections

how quickly forgotten
all quickly forgiven
natural mortality rates

the river wisely runs
babbles off mortified
naturally misanthropic

immortal tethers rein
superfluous drizzle


by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: love,

Treasure trove

Treasure trove

First crush,
A blush !



Written November 29th, 2014
By Dr. Upma A. Sharma
For nette's Whispers of a muse contest

by Millard Lowe |
Categories: analogy, imagery, life, love, romance,

a love supreme

a love supreme...
laboring through the trials
of day
and the weeping pains
of night—
from the quarry of life
we hewed out the stone
of romance
chiseling away
its superfluous edges
we sculpt a love supreme
accepting and respecting
our oneness
our togetherness—
ours is:
a love supreme...
a love supreme...
			a love supreme...

by Mark Elam |
Categories: atheist,


I am acetylcholine
I am self-aware

I am norepinephrine 
I am energy

I am serotonin 
I am emotion

I am pain

I am dopamine 
I am pleasure

I am an ancestral soup
Of neurochemical harmony 

My steps are predetermined 

There are no choices
There is no truth

Faith is superfluous 
Hope is an illusion 
Love is obviated

I am

For Atheist contest sponsored by Anthony Slausen

by Renee Kelly |
Categories: love, passion, romance

Adoring Clasp

Superfluous words
are not needed from my love
his embrace is all

by Jenna-Nichole Conrad |
Categories: angst, dedication, depression, introspection, life, love, nostalgia, passion, sorry,


A dance of death, a greedy chore
     Trapped inside these creature comforts;
A chance of life may become a bore
     Outside this pleasantly right hurt.
But, soft and fair, though, of the skin,
     In flesh a silent malice lies
Dormant, unnoticed, not used in
     Context. Still, touch me as day dies.
And you, a ghost I cannot touch
     By reaching out to Heart or mind,
Caught up in this sweetly rush-
     Jaded: Nothing else left to find.
Superfluous and flushed, we breath
In gusts, unable to be free.

by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: loneliness, lost love,


Yesterday saw her a bubbly girl,
Standing before the mirror,
That would admire and applaud,
Her face wore a smile of surfeit,

His love apparent in her deep eyes,
That She would go nuts about ,
Her long silky hair touched her knees,
Perfect that fatness would suffice !

But today she is standing desolate,
Ripped of all her beauty and joys,
Down in the dumps starved and craving,
Shaken soul is inconsolable, 

Love that vanished as shuddered mountains,
Dark clouds engulf and hues of deep blue,
Emptiness constantly eats her to skeleton,
Superfluous is the Vacuity in her watery eyes !

Written on 14/4/14

by Sidney Beck |
Categories: home, home,



Her damp books in boxes,
Lovingly dried and pressed
At home on new shelves

Survivor sparrow
One-legged  from cat attack,
Nurtured in a shoe box with crumbs.

Pensioner hamster
Superfluous to school pet-needs,
Straw-warmed in the garage.

Kids from  beer-bottle bedrooms
On the periphery of love,
Made central again.

A homeless home where misfits fit.
Where she laughs lightly,
New life is breathed.

by Gershon Wolf |
Categories: love, perspective,

We are in love

'O, reason not the need! Our basest beggars
Are in the the poorest thing superfluous.
Allow not nature more than Nature needs,
Man's life is cheap as beast's!'
                                  ~ King Lear, Act 2, Scene 4

The truth is simple
We are in love
What need we
   creamsicle sunrises
   or pink turtledoves

Our hearts beat as one
As each day is run
Wherefore wish for
   magenta sunsets
   or gossamer nets

Love's in our thoughts
   ~ Our needs are naught

by Ann Gilmour |
Categories: dream, emotions, fantasy, sad,


The Elixir of Life we all need to sup
A teaspoon a day to cheer us all up
Our world is such a beautiful place
But evil spirits inhabit this space
If only by drinking the Elixir of Life
Like a magical potion; like waving a wand
A sprinkling of fairy dust sparkling on all of us
To change human nature; evil spirits superfluous 
Banishing cruelty and sin and malevolence 
Bringing back kindness and love and pure innocence
But sadly there is no magical potion
Just a whimsical fantasy - a far-fetched notion

Written 9th November 2018
Contest: Mid January 2019
Sponsor: Brian Strand

Contest  Screwed XX
Sponsor  Rob Carmack 
13th place

by Ezra Bature |
Categories: money,

Make Money

They make marriage a priority, 
And forget the necessity, 
Love fade, love vanished 
Money radiate vivacity, 
Make money, marry your equal,  
Let it be superfluous, it command obedience 

Don't marry in poverty,
is disastrous, ruinous and lethal,
It tattered your soul and lead you to pang 

Don't believe in their motivations,
Money is happiness,
Make money and see obedience.

by Botlhale Ramorola |
Categories: beautiful, blessing, character, cute, desire, universe, visionary,


As weakening as the sleep paralysis
You creep in unexpectedly 
Making me weak everytime

Your words makes everything seem superfluous 
Making me think I've not been alive till now
Your sweet tongue tames me

Your sultry eyes ignites a fire in my heart
Making my heart soft as the fur of a chinchilla 
Sending shivers down my spine everytime

Your love rubs off on me
One could swear it's notoriously contagious
Because I've learnt from you
How to be a sweetheart