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Romantic, Short Love Poems For Him And Her

Our Love

-John P.  Read,


L is for “laughter” we had along the way. O is for “optimism” you gave me every day. V is for “value” of being my best friend. E is for “eternity” a love that has no end.

True Love

— Paul Smith. Read,


When I say I love you, please believe it’s true. When I say forever, know I’ll never leave you. When I say goodbye, promise me you won’t cry, Because the day I’ll be saying that will be the day I die.

Come A Little Closer

— Chloe. Read,


Come a little closer Honey, come a little closer, let me whisper in your ear. Let me tell it to you softly, So that no one else will hear. What I have to say is private, and is just between us two; just want you to know how much, I love the things you do.

Every Thought  of You

— Joanna Fuchs. Read,


Each thought of you fills me with sweet emotion; I give to you my deepest devotion. My fondest wishes you completely fulfill; I love you totally, and I always will.

Your Spell

— Unknown. Read,


When I’m down, you lift me up. When I’m hurting, you make me well. Your love is over the top, and I’m forever under your spell.

Love So Amazing

— Ansar Ahmed Bhatti. Read,


My love for you is like the raging sea, So powerful and deep it will forever be. Through storm, wind, and heavy rain, It will withstand every pain. Our hearts are so pure and love so sweet. I love you more with every heartbeat!

Even Though I Could Drown

— Gemma Troy. Read,


There’s something about how the sea draws me in much like your eyes even though I know I could drown I’m always going to try to swim

Idle Dreams

— Joanna Fuchs. Read,


In idle dreams of long ago, I imagined my true love; A perfect match, a soulmate, An angel from above. Now you’re here, and now I know Our love will stay and thrive and grow.

Mi Amor

— Benjay. Read,


If time could ease its relentless march when we’re together, and hasten its plodding pace when we’re apart, I could spend an eternity in your arms, to savor love everlasting in my heart.

"Shall I Compare ...

-William Shakespeare. Read,


Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date. Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,...