Pink Rose

“My soul fills your glass like a Sunday brunch luxury”

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To be in love by Gwendolyn Brooks Poem

To Be In Love | A Poem by Gwendolyn Brooks

‘To Be in Love’ is an attempt by Gwendolyn Brooks to explain to the world, how the journey of their love story is going to be like. She beautifully explains how emotional roller-coaster this pilgrimage would possibly be for you if you truly fall in love with someone.

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Why do I love you sir emily dickinson

“Why Do I Love” You, Sir? | Poem by Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson, through this poem, tries to find an answer to the question, “Why do I love?”. And this “You” and “sir” could be a reference to God as well.
Throughout the poem, she keeps asserting that there is no reason for her love for him. It comes naturally to her and is a very part of her existence.

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He wishes for the cloths of heaven W B Yeats

Aedh Wishes For The Cloths Of Heaven | Poem by William Butler Yeats

If the poet had the beautifully decorated cloths of heaven made with golden, silver and dark light he would spread them under his beloved’s path. But he is poor and can’t give her beautiful clothes. He can give her only his dreams. Therefore he has spread his dreams on her way. And he requests her to walk softly because his dreams may be broken easily. The poet wishes he had the cloths of heaven.

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Annabel Lee Edgar Allan Poe Poem

Annabel Lee | Poem by Edgar Allan Poe

In this poem, the speaker talks about his love that was long lost. Lost, because it was so strong that everyone at the ‘kingdom by the sea’ envied it. The speaker believes that this, even though they were just little kids, love between him and his Annabel Lee was stronger and deeper than the ones between the people older and wiser than them. That despite the physical distance no one can part their souls from each other. Their love was real love and no teenage crush.

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Beautiful Mess

How I wish we could go back to the start; Before we had to mend our broken hearts. Before this air became muddled between us; It’s these unfinished feelings we need to discuss. It was…

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The Wizard’s Love Spell

Come forth from the veil, Swift as the winter gale. Let me be your alpha male To arouse and ______ you well.

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My dear bewildered birdie

Hello my dear bewildered birdie, My intimate friend. You can rest here, that’s alright.   Didn’t you know? Quite recently, I found myself overwhelmed With emotion, impression, with passion.   Didn’t you know? It could…

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best romance poem

AWELEWA

Awelewa is a romantic poem that describes the feelings of the speaker for his beloved. A beautiful narrative that is relatable for every single soul in love.

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Summer Snow | A Wisdom Poem by Mystqx Skye at UpDivine

Summer Snow

The poem expresses the current state of mortals. They are like ‘summer snow’, full of enigma and questioning their existence. No idea, whether to burn or freeze.

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Black Hearts | A poem by Mystqx Skye at UpDivine

Black Hearts

Black heart is a romantic poem, that describes the intimacy between the speaker and his lover. It describes the pain and pleasure of their bonds.

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Into the darkness | A romance poem by Mystqx Skye at UpDivine

Into the Darkness

The speaker in this poem is helpless as she is infectiously consumed by the love and keeps drifting into the darkness of her lover’s soul.

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A Secret Crush

Ba-boom,Ba-boom,Ba-boom,Ba-boom the beating on my heart seems to race faster every time I think about you its very strange,yet its the truth I came to realize it when the capture of your words melts deep…

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Love Drunk | A Romance Poem by Katie Inkrott at UpDivine

Love Drunk

Through this poem on Romance, Katie Inkrott wants to express her delight because of love in her life. But she is also a little scared and wants to slow down the pace at which love is filling her heart.

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My Garden | A Poem by Katie Inkrott at UpDivine

My garden

This is a love poem, where the speaker is inviting her lover to get involved at the level of soul and not just outer physicality. Garden is a metaphor for her heart.

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