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Poems About: ROMANTIC

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  • 325.
    Romanticing Panic

    This life you have was granted,
    And to live upon this planet...
    Without conflict or a panic to be done.
    But... read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 326.
    A Story Of...BAD DREAMS

    I was happy
    With my dream read more »

    Kaushal Lovesmith
  • 327.
    I want you to be mine......

    When the sun shines in my life
    then I want you to be my light
    When the moon bring romantic nights
    then I want you to be my Juliet read more »

    Ravi Sathasivam
  • 328.
    Unde Malum

    Where does evil come from?
    It comes
    from man
    always from man read more »

    Czeslaw Milosz
  • 329.

    Why don’t we meet up in Paris?
    Rekindle romance once again,
    Let’s stand side by side,
    In the moonlight, read more »

    Linda Harnett
  • 330.
    Three Movements

    SHAKESPEAREAN fish swam the sea, far away from land;
    Romantic fish swam in nets coming to the hand;
    What are all those fish that lie gasping on the strand? read more »

    William Butler Yeats
  • 331.
    Good night my love...

    When the night becomes romantic
    When the moon sails in the sky smoothly
    When the twinkling stars shine in the sky
    Let my love sleep tight and peacefully read more »

    Ravi Sathasivam
  • 332.
    First Kiss

    It was a late november night
    I remember it well
    We went to the movies
    In Russelville read more »

    Krystle Newberry
  • 333.
    A Twisting Mental Knife

    There is a twisting knife
    In your disturbed unhappy mind,
    Those who don’t understand you,
    Tell you to pull it out, read more »

    Uriah Hamilton
  • 334.
    Valentine's Day

    It's a day to be with your sweetheart
    It's a day when no couple should be apart
    It's a day to show your companion how much you really love them
    It's a day to give gifts of candy and flowers read more »

    Amy Chatman
  • 335.
    Not Now

    I am willing to travel
    and discover where
    Colombus left his journey read more »

    Bhartendu Second
  • 336.
    Simple Clothes

    When love is not enshrined
    In unrealizable romantic notions,
    But wears the simple clothes
    Of ordinary kindness, read more »

    Uriah Hamilton
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