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Romantic Valentine’s Day Poems

Poems and romance go hand in hand. Everyone knows that a good poem will be drenched in the poet’s emotions as he utters it. We also know that poetry isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. It is not easy to come up with, there are a lot of rules to follow depending on the kind of poetry you want to write and it requires a deep understanding of words and their context. Why are we talking about poetry? Because it is time for you to get those Valentine’s Day poems.

We can’t help to notice how these works of art say things in such a beautiful manner that we wish them to be our words. Our expression of love for our beloved, and since Valentine’s Day is on the way here are a few poems that you can use to woo that special somebody.

Short Valentine’s Day Poems:

If you’re not a big fan of long epics we have what you need. Good doesn’t necessarily mean long and while a lot of people need to learn that. Here are a few that we feel that are great to send to your beloved or put it on a Valentine’s Day card.

“Let me take care of your broken heart
And show you how to fly.
Let me hold you gently by the hand
And kiss your tears goodbye.”

“It is not your conversation
That keeps me entertained
But rather the way you look at me
That makes me feel sustained.”

“How does Love speak?
In the faint flush upon the telltale cheek,
And in the pallor that succeeds it; by
The quivering lid of an averted eye—“

“Kiss my lips until they are raw
Bite my neck until it’s sore
Give me delectation until
I scream for more.”

Valentine’s Day Poems For Her:

Valentine’s Day Poems

Need to get your lady in the mood for Valentine’s Day? You want her to feel special and blush a bit? Then there are the Valentine’s Day poems for you.

“Your lips so soft and red,
The thought of kissing you is stuck in my head.
Your beauty so bright and warm,
Shining through the darkest storm.”

“Why are you so beautiful?
Why do you take my breath away?
How did I get so lucky?
How are you perfect in every single way?”

“Your lips, like honey
Exude sweetness
As a dream lover’s dream
I fall resistless.”

“I feel it, I feel you,
As I crest on high.
Only you can take me,
On this incredible ride.”

“You keep running from the truth, you know it’s true
You think I am crazy for loving you

I wish you could see the angel I see …”

“I thought of you today, but that’s nothing new
I thought about you yesterday and the day before that too
For every day, good or bad, you’ll always be in my head
I hope you’ve understood everything I’ve said.”

Valentine’s Day poems for him:

Valentine’s Day Poems

Want to get romance in the air? We’ve already gone over the poems you can send that special girl of yours so it’s only fair that we offer you poems that you can send to that special man of yours. Here are some Valentine’s Day poems for the dudes!

“Your fingers dip below my waist,
Traveling at a sensuous pace.
The lower you go,
My anticipation builds.
My heart beats faster
Bracing for the thrill.”

“Your touch has me moaning,
Begging for more.
Your hot passionate kisses;
I simply adore.”

“Baby, do it again,
And again and again.
I never get enough
Of this delight sin.”

“My Promise to My Soldier
I promise to be there for you always
Whenever you need a helping hand
I promise to think about you daily.”

“At times I may get mad at you
Without any reason
At times I might yell
But hey just know that I just want your attention…”

Valentine’s Day for the husband/Wife:

Valentine’s Day Poems

Why do the unmarried couples get to have all the fun? Here are some poems specifically for married couples. Be romantic everyone in a while, get a little freaky. And more Valentine’s Day poems on way!

“Every morning I wake up and see
The most handsome man lying next to me.
He’s the one I cherish and love,
A blessing sent from Heaven above.”

“I don’t think you will
Ever fully understand
How you’ve touched my life
And made me who I am.”

“I love your smile,
I love your kiss,
Each and every day I reminisce,
You are my life you are my world,
Never did I imagine such an amazing girl.”

“Moments of Moments
Longing For His Touch
The closeness of Our Bodies
Feelings We Hunger For So Much.”

“You smell like love
The scent of arousal with a hint of lust
The desire of an unknown perfume.”

Love Poems for Valentine’s Day:

Valentine’s Day Poems

Want traditional love poems? Well here are a few that we recommend you have a look it, we hope that you will be pleasantly surprised. Its time for some classic Valentine’s Day poems.

loved you first: but afterward your love by Christina Rossetti:

“I loved you first: but afterward your love
Outsoaring mine sang such a loftier song
As drowned the friendly cooings of my dove.
Which owes the other most? my love was long,
And yours one moment seemed to wax more strong;
I loved and guessed at you, you construed me
And loved me for what might or might not be –
Nay, weights, and measures do us both a wrong.
For verily love knows not ‘mine’ or ‘thine;’
With separate, ‘I’ and ‘thou’ free love has done,
For one is both and both are one in love:
Rich love knows naught of ‘thine that is not mine;’
Both have the strength and both the length thereof,
Both of us, of the love which makes us one.”

To My Dear and Loving Husband By Anne Bradstreet:

“If ever two were one, then surely we.
If ever man were loved by wife, then thee.
If ever wife was happy in a man,
Compare with me, ye women, if you can.
I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold,
Or all the riches that the East doth hold.
My love is such that rivers cannot quench,
Nor ought but love from thee give recompense.
Thy love is such I can no way repay;
The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.
Then while we live, in love let’s so persevere,
That when we live no more, we may live ever.”

3.Sonnet by William Shakespeare:

“Take all my loves, my love, yea, take them all:
What hast thou then more than thou hadst before?
No love, my love, that thou mayst true love call—
All mine was thine before thou hadst this more.
Then if for my love thou my love receivest,
I cannot blame thee for my love thou usest;
But yet be blamed if thou this self-deceivest
By wilful taste of what thyself refusest.
I do forgive thy robbery, gentle thief,
Although thou steal thee all my poverty;
And yet love knows it is a greater grief
To bear love’s wrong than hate’s known injury.
Lascivious grace, in whom all ill well shows,
Kill me with spites, yet we must not be foes.”