Poems About: ROMANCE
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229.+Leaves are to creep
</>Leaves do creep
And they must weep
When On them
The army of grief read more »akram saqib
230.A Striving After Wind
- All things are full of weariness; a man cannot utter it.
Malaise stamped on evenings like this ripens romance: read more »albert b. casuga
231.Romance Is Dead
I weep for it's your demise I see
No more poetry at a lover's mercy
Roses stagnate at florists corners
Surprises a lost forgotten art for donors read more »Dilantha Gunawardana
232.The Romance Of A Book
Reading a book, you're hit by romance,
No matter the subject matter,
You can read and read,
And every book is different, read more »Paula Glynn
Two's company, three's crowd, or so most say
so here we write forever and a day
upon love and Romance try every angle
to dangle reasons for hearts' interplay. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
234.Rubaiyat of Romance
Romance draws from response to stimulate,
and span two dreams’ convergence, second state,
meets live with love to spurn Time’s rendezvous,
ignoring jigsaw mind-set’s zigzag gait. read more »Jonathan ROBIN
They say that fair Romance is dead, and in her cold grave lying low,
The green grass waving o'er her head, the mould upon her breasts of snow;
Her voice, they say, is dumb for aye, that once was clarion-clear and high,
But in their hearts, their frozen hearts, they know that bitterly they lie. read more »Victor Daley
Romance, sweet romance.
His heart embraced another
With lasting cords of emotion
Not meant to be severed in read more »Nathan Good
Violets are blue / Violets are blue
Roses are red / Roses are red
Love still lives / Love still lives
While romance is dead / While romance is dead read more »Silence Dogood
You've got me on a tightrope and trembling too!
This is not...
Romantic understanding. read more »Lawrence S. Pertillar
239.Juliets Last Dance
An evening enchanted, waiting for her Prince
Waiting for Romeo, her heart never relents.
Taken over by passion, living the edge,
She would die for her lover, with her arms outstretched. read more »Rik Bertrand
240.Surreal Bees & White Roses
The bee is having a short romance with a white rose.
Invisible wings with dark slender legs
do a up and down dance in soft silk.
He fly's right in the middle of a honey sunshine. read more »Meta Morphosis