[SUPER] 150 Romantic poetry [Heart tuochinh] ( ͡◉ ͜ʖ ͡◉) 2019,2020,2020

Romantic poetry- Creating harmony and love in our intimate relationships is essential to the longevity of that relationship. There are many ways for this to be achieved and one of the most often overlooked is with poetry. Writing or sending Romantic Poetry to our lover will help us achieve what we desire the most, that is to love and be loved in return. 

The young today are re-discovering this remarkable talent for poetry and with poetry writing contests popping up everywhere they are encouraged to write their own Teen Love Poems, age is immaterial to putting your feelings in verse and you don't have to enter a contest to prove that you have the gift of romance in your soul. Emily Dickinson's "Romantic Poetry" was published posthumously four yeas after her death and Elizabeth Barrett-Browning was first published at the age of 13.
I love you poems
The first days or weeks of any romance are very important to setting the foundations of a happy and rewarding relationship. Elements those foundations should be built on are; romance, trust, attraction and an agreement of how both see their life together unfolding and of course, good communication flows through all of those elements.
No relationship can be perfect all of the time and when the rough patches start to appear, looking back to the "honeymoon" period can be very inspirational; how did we feel then, what kind of things did we do for the object of our love? Did we send them love letters containing our most intimate desires, perhaps we sent them Romantic Poetry or some Romance Quotes? Whatever methods we used to say I love you, we can also be reminded why this person means so much to us and what measures or actions need to be taken to get the relationship back on to an even keel again.
So!How does one show somebody that you simply love

Do you give them expensive gifts; spend quality time with them, perhaps snuggled up together watching your favourite romantic movie; do you write them love letters or "Romantic Poetry"? All great gifts to bring to the one you love to be sure. However, do you know what the greatest gift is that you can give someone? It is the gift of your undivided focus and attention, that’s what. When we know that someone is really listening to us, respecting and honouring our needs and wants in a relationship, we feel special to, and loved by, that person."Famous love poems"

Really get to know your love, even if you have spent the last 30 years with them, take the time to fall in love all over again, get to know them as though you had just met for the first time, create magic and harmony in your relationships once again.

Perhaps you’re here looking for inspiration for writing love letters or Romantic poetry; perhaps you’re seeking calm and clarity on some issue within your relationship, either way you know that you will find just the right words when reading any of the Romantic Poetry here. 

Maybe you are a fan of that great Victorian poet, Emily Dickinson and just want to take in some of her prose and verses. Whatever the reason for your visit, all the Romance Quotes and Romance Poems at this site can be used as a resource and aid to help you build a relationship based on the essential relationship foundation criteria above.
 No matter your age or length of your relationship, you will find the right words of love here from Teen Love Poems,Romantic Poetry to "Romantic Quotes".

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1.A flame shot through my soul, therein 1st kiss. 
2. Those cherries fairly do enclose 
3. O’ Mary, at thy window be, 
4. How sweet you were in your sleep, 
5. All the earth a hush of white, 
6. How can my Muse want subject to invent

A flame shot through my soul, therein 1st kiss. 
I was on fire. I knew no thought but this; 
I loved you - mind, heart, body, brain and soul. 
And had--since centuries first began to roll.

Only from the lovely heart can you touch the sky.

Those cherries fairly do enclose 
Of orient pearls a double row, 
Which when her lovely laughter shows, 
They look like rose-buds fill'd with snow; 
Yet them nor peer nor prince can buy 
Till 'Cherry-ripe' themselves do cry.

any waters cannot quench love, neither can the floods drown,

O’ Mary, at thy window be, 
It is the wish'd, the trysted hour! 
Those smiles and glances let me see, 
That make the miser's treasure poor: 
How blythely wad I bide the stour 
A weary slave frae sun to sun, 
Could I the rich reward secure, 
The lovely Mary Morison! 

For those passionately in love, the whole world seems to smile.

How sweet you were in your sleep, 
With the starlight on your hair! 
Your throat thrown backwards, bare, 
And touched with circling moonbeams, silver white 
On the couch's sombre shade. 
O Aziza my one delight,

I have found the contradiction in terms that if i like till it hurts, then there's no hurt, but only more love.

All the earth a hush of white, 
White with moonlight all the skies; 
Wonder of a winter night- 
And . . . your eyes. 

You don't love a woman because she is beautiful, but she is beautiful because you love her.

How can my Muse want subject to invent 
While thou dost breathe, that pour'st into my verse 
Thine own sweet argument, too excellent 
For every vulgar paper to rehearse?

Where there is great love, there are always miracles.

Romantic poetry about love

Wild Nights! - Wild Nights!
by Emily Elizabeth Dickinson

Wild nights--wild nights!
Were I with thee
Wild nights should be
Our luxury!
Futile the winds
To a heart in port--
Done with the compass,
Done with the chart!
Rowing in Eden--
Ah, the sea!
Might I moor, tonight,
In thee!

Romantic poetry love:-
It's Such a Little Thing

It's such a little thing to weep,
So short a thing to sigh;
And yet by trades the size of these
We men and women die!

I Should Not Dare

I should not dare to leave my friend,
Because if he should die
While I was gone and I -too late,
Should reach the heart that wanted me,

If I should disappoint the eyes
That hunted, hunted so, to see
And could not bear to shut until
He noticed me, -he noticed me,

If I should stab the patient faith
So sure I’d come -so sure I’d come
It listening, listening went to sleep
Reciting my tardy name.

My heart would wish it broke before
Since breaking then, since breaking then,
Is useless as next morning’s sun
To erase a midnight’s tear.

Romantic poetry lovers:-
I Many Times Thought

I many times thought peace had come
When peace was far away,
As wrecked men deem they sight the land
When far at sea they stay.

And struggle slacker, but to prove,
As hopelessly as I,
That many the fictitious shores
Before the harbor lie.

I Have No Life But This

I have no life but this,
To lead it here;
Nor any death, but lest
Dispelled from there;
Nor tie to earths to come,
Nor action new,
Except through this extent,
The Realm of You!

Hope is a Thing With Feathers

Hope is a thing with feathers
That perches in the soul
And sings a tune without words
And never stops at all.

And sweetest, in the gale, is heard
And sore must be the storm
That could abash the little bird
That keeps so many warm.

I’ve heard it in the chilliest land
And on the strangest sea
Yet, never, in extremity
It ask a crumb of me.

I Never Lost As Much

I never lost as much but twice,
And that was in the sod.
Twice have I stood a beggar
Before the door of God!

Angels, twice descending,
Reimbursed my store.
Burglar, banker, father,
I am poor once more!

Romantic poetry on love:-   
What If I Say

What if I say I shall not wait?
What if I burst the fleshly gate
And pass, escaped, to thee?

What if I file this mortal off,
See where it hurt me, - that’s enough, -
And wade in liberty?

They cannot take me any more, -
Dungeons may call, and guns implore;
Unmeaning, now, to me

As laughter was an hour ago,
Or laces, or a traveling show,
Or Who died yesterday!

Romantic poetry for love :-
To a Husband
by Anne Finch (1620-1720)

This is to the crown and blessing of my life,
The much loved husband of a happy wife;
To him whose constant passion found the art
To win a stubborn and ungrateful heart,

And to the world by tenderest proof discovers
They err, who say that husbands can't be lovers.
With such return of passion, as is due,
Daphnis I love, Daphinis my thoughts pursue;
Daphnis, my hopes and joys are bounded all in you.
Even I, for Daphnis' and my promise' sake,
What I in woman censure, undertake.
But this from love, not vanity proceeds;
You know who writes, and I who 'tis that reads.
Judge not my passion by my want of skill:
Many love well, though they express it ill;
And I your censure could with pleasure bear,
Would you but soon return, and speak it here.

Romantic poetry


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