89 Love Poetry Quotes
Love poetry contains within its verses some of the best quotes. Read these quotes below which were all taken from poems and be inspired to be loved and to love. Poetry has a way of expressing thoughts and
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Short Poems / Quotes
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I love you more that is true with you I am never blue.
You love me, I love you - My dreams you were an answer to.
Kate Summers, Forever
I Love You More Poems
All love that has not friendship for its base, is like a mansion built upon the sand.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Upon The Sand
Because I love you, dear, - Ah! what in all the world is there I cannot suffer, cannot dare? Because you're all the world to me.
Unknown, I Love You Dear
Valentines Day Poems
But every house where Love abides, and Friendship is the guest,
Is surely home, and home, sweet home, for there the heart can rest.
Henry vanDyke, A Home Song
- And out where the robin sang his song, we lived and loved, while the days were long.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Love can warm the coldest heart,
Love can kindest words impart; love can happiness bestow,
Love can never answer "No."
Famous Love Poems
May these be yours .... the gifts of Love and Faith and Friends
Berton Braley, The Gifts
Poems of Encouragement
Darling, I hear thee and answer, thy fountain am I, all of the love of my soul will I bring to thee
Paul Laurence Dunbar,
A Love Song
How many times do I love thee, dear?
Tell me how many thoughts there be in the atmosphere
Thomas Lovell Beddoes, How Many Times
Love Poems For Her
To deck thee for thy bridal, on this thy wedding day,
I bring you, with my best love, this beautiful bouquet.
Eloise A. Skimings, Thy Wedding Day
I love today and tomorrow too
My love for you will always be true!
Catherine Pulsifer, I Never Imagined
Being in love means your always waiting, for the other person, to come home.
Julie Hebert, Being In Love Means
Poems About Being In Love
Why dost thou love me even more, and hold me closer than
Grace H. Conkling, I Will Not Give Thee All My Heart
Do You Love Me Poems
I love you, not only for what you have made of yourself, but for what you are making of me.
Roy Croft, Love
Best Love Poems
I love you more and more each day - you are wonderful in every way.
Kate Summers, Have I Told You
I Love You Poems
Together we are like a hand in a glove - made to fit and in love
Catherine Pulsifer, Together We Are
But I can tell — let truth be told — that love will change in growing old;
Robert Bridges, Love's Change
Poems About Change
A possession of nature's love, he can truly say,
That obliges the poor in case of need
J. J. Thorne
Love And Kindness
How blessed I am to have a man like you
Your love is felt in all you do.
Catherine Pulsifer, Thank God For You
Love Poems For Husband
Why do I love you? Why do rivers run?
Why does the north wind rage, the south wind sigh?
Why loves the earth to bask beneath the sun?
These follow but their nature, so do I.
J. B. Selkirk, Love's Rejoinder
True Love Poems
Each sunset hour that comes and goes still draws our hearts more near.
David V. Bush, Love's Sunset
Poems About Sunset
When you are near no matter what the sky,
No matter what the sea nor what the weather;
the world is gay and so, my love, am I
Kate Louise Wheeler, Fairest Days
Poems About The Sky
One heart, one mind, one soul, and one desire, a kindred fancy, and a sister fire
Of thought and passion; these can Love inspire.
from Chambers' Journal, Love Is Not Made Of ....
Love Is Not Poems
Love is a key to our heart. It makes our lives complete
J. J. Thorne
The strongest love within man's breast is love of life and home
John Imrie, The Sweetest Word On Earth Is Home
Poems About Home
Life is better when we support and love and that is what's expected from above.
Catherine Pulsifer, Struggles Come Your Way
Poems About Life
Love is the centre and circumference; the cause and aim of all things — 'tis the key
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
What Love Is
My heart is light, my step is strong; for love brings back those hours of gold,
in summer, when the days are long
Unknown, Summer Days
Poems About The Seasons
I love thee to the depth and breadth and height
My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
How Do I Love Thee Poems
The best is yet to be, our love will set us free.
So please take care of me, I want to grow old together with thee.
Julie Hebert, The Best Is Yet To Be
I Wanna Grow Old With You Poems
The next time we will meet, may be many moons away, but don't let that, sever our love.
Remember Our Love
You cannot laugh as I laugh in my heart, for my lover will come to-day!
Phoebe Cary, Song
You're always there and understand - thank you, Grandma, for being you -always remember I love you too!
Catherine Pulsifer, When I Feel Blue
God's love is over all! In measure broader than the broadest sea.
Ellwood Haines Stokes, Valley Of Rest
No power on earth, nor aught but death, can keep' two souls apart.
Who are determined to unite to satisfy the heart.
James Henry Thomas, Love's Requisite
Let me but love my love without disguise, nor wear a mask of fashion old or new,
Let Me But Love
Love can lend you a hand,
when you need to withstand, some of the harder things in life.
Julie Hebert, Life Without Love
Poems About Life and Love
Love is patient and kind.
Love is not jealous or boastful or proud or rude.
It does not demand its own way...
1 Corinthians 1-7 (NLT)
What Is Love Poem
God's endless Love! What will it be when earthly shadows flee away,
For all eternity's bright day the unfolding of that Love to see!
Unknown, God's Patient Love
Flower of Love, the last to leave, bud that blossomed first for Eve.
Charles Henry Webb, With A Rose
The west wind's sighs are of love, not sorrow, and the sunset sky is the sign for tomorrow.
Laura Lee Randall, Autumn Oracle
If ye would love and loved be, in mind keep well these things three.
And sadly in thy breast imprint, - be secret, true and patient!
William Dunbak, True & Patient
Finding Love Poems
God is there waiting for us, always loving us - a love beyond what we can even understand.
He has a plan and weaves it together for our own good
The Weaver Poem
Think love, and love will grow; think hate, and hate you'll know.
David V. Bush, Think Right
Think On These Things
On the gradual sloping pathway, as the passing years decline. Gleams a golden love-light falling far from upper heights divine.
Margaret E. Sangster, Growing Old
Poems On Aging
Christmas is a time of peace - a time of love; of hating to cease.
Catherine Pulsifer, A Time
Christmas Time Is
What is the point of trying to force love
- it is like putting on a mismatched glove.
Catherine Pulsifer, Letting Go Is A Sure Cure
Letting Go Poem
For in my heart, as in thy stream, her image deeply lies - the heart which trembles at the beam of her soul-searching eyes.
Edgar Allan Poe, To The River
The music of the birds and streams, the perfume of the roses;
Are fraught for me, with thoughts of thee - Eve's dream of morn now closes.
Arthur Franklin Fuller, At Parting
Goodbye To You
I just want to say I love you so - I think the time has come for you to know
How much I appreciate all you do I am so in love with you!
Catherine Pulsifer, Man Of My Dreams
Love Poems For Him
I'm very lonely now, love, since you are gone away; there's nothing left me to remove the languor of the day.
James Munce, I'm, Very Lonely Here
I Miss You Poems
Yet though Romance cannot beguile, at least we loved a little while.
Berton Braley, Loved A Little While
Remember Our Love
Two eyes that watch the sunbeam that with the shadows plays;
a darling little baby to kiss and love always.
Unknown, A Little Face
When love hurts you, dare to love again.
Dare To Be
'Tis a magic spell, which lovers know well, in sunshine and shower the same; ever old, yet new
Life gives back what you give out if you love others you will get it back without a doubt
Catherine Pulsifer, A Little Loving
A Little Loving
Life is love, enjoy it....Life is too precious, do not destroy it.
Mother Teresa, Life Is A...
What Life Means To Me
The old year may die and a new year be born that is bleaker and colder: iIt cannot dismay us; we dare it, we scorn, for our love makes us bolder.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Bleak Weather
Give love, and love to your heart will flow,
A strength in your utmost need;
Madeline S. Bridges, Life Is The Mirror
The Man In The Glass Poem
So take me, dear, and understand my worst, and freely pardon it, because confessed, and let me find in loving thee, my best.
Henry VanDyke, The Three Best Things
If All The Skies
Somebody once said that love may not be any part of friendship
but friendship must always exist for love to be happy.
Sydney Smith, Love and Friendship
Famous Friendship Poems
Miss you, want to
Hug you, love you.
Julie Hebert, You And Me
Long Distance Relationships Poems
Love had set my heart on fire, and tuned me to devotion,
I could the fairest face admire without the least emotion
John Imrie, The Tender Passion
Love Is Not Easy
May your love be never ending
And may you one another guide
Irish Wedding Blessing
We loved, and love still dwells secure, and shall while life and love endure;
Our love is sweet, and all is well, for in each other's hearts we dwell;
John Imrie, Love's Progress
I can't imagine life without you. I now understand love and what it can do
My days are filled with thoughts of you I love you so much that is true!
Mary C. Scotsburn, Thought of Love Just For You
Thinking Of You Poems
How can I wait? Oh, Love, how can I wait
Until the sunlight of your eyes shall shine
Ella Wheeler Wilcox
With all your faults I love you still,
With all your faults I always will.
Berton Braley, To My Valentine
Easy Poems To Understand
We've had our clouds and sunshine. Our shadows and our light.
But we've kept our love unsullied, our affection warm and bright.
Grinnell Willis, An Anniversary
Those wild, wild, words, they cannot break the precious link that binds you fast.
Be silent now for love's sweet sake, for all the beauty of the past.
What So Wild As Words Are . . .
It takes strength to love,
It takes courage to be loved.
Unknown, It Takes Strength & Courage
Poems About Strength
With kisses glad as birds are that get sweet rain at noon;
If I were what the words are and love were like the tune.
Algernon Charles Swinburne, A Match
To My Love Poems
Yes, Brotherly Love is the easiest thing in the world to do,
because it helps the giver more than the receiver.
C R McPhee, Brotherly Love
Poems About Brotherhood
Without your love and regard for my life,
I don't know where I would be.
Julie Hebert, You Saved My Life
Thank You Poems
Yet my home, my home is here,
since my love is drawing near.
Home Is Here
Send her a valentine to say You love her in the same old way.
Just drop the long familiar ways and live again the old-time days
Edgar A. Guest
Send Her A Valentine
For God is Love, and Love is understanding,
And Faith the key that opens ever door!
John McLeod, Faith Opens The Door
Faith Over Fear
'Tis a gift from above, 'tis the token of love, once possesss'd, time or death cannot part!
Children, do you love each other? Are you always kind and true?
Do you always do to others as you'd have them do to you?
Children Love One Another
To gain and keep the love of those
Who journey with us on our way
Grinnell Willis, Journey With Us
Easy Poems to Memorize
Whether clouds are dark or the sun does shine; so thou art e'er unfaltering true to me.
Lillian E. Curtis
A Bride To Her Husband
Especially, do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love;
for in the face of all aridity & disenchantment it is perennial as the grass.
The good life is love shared and given,
That truly is good livin'
Catherine Pulsifer, What Is A Good Life
The Good Life
How long will mother's love for her treasure last?
Just as long as her heart keeps beating, till her life be past.
Edgar Fawcett, Above All Price
For love with me long years ago, wandered by silv'ry streams;
Striking the harp so sweet and low the music of her dreams.
Mary C Ryan, Love
Fairer Than Lilies
To want someone to always walk beside you,
To find that someone is life’s wondrous joy,
To feel the happiness that only love knows,
To rest in something time cannot destroy.
Greta Zwaan, I Feel So Lonely
A gift from God is my Mother's love
It is so real I know it is sent from above.
Catherine Pulsifer, A Gift From God
A Mother's Love Poem
But old friends who have seen you fail, an' also seen you win,
Who've loved you either up or down, stuck to you, thick or thin
Edgar A. Guest, Old Friends
New Friends and Old Friends
But the Lark is so brimful of gladness and love,
The green fields below him, the blue sky above,
That he sings, and he sings, and for ever sings he -
"I love my Love, and my Love loves me!"
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Answer to a Child's Question
Poems About Birds
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