Love Poems - Poems For Love - Love

Soft and warm
Sealed with care
Sweet and kind
Will ever share
Brave and strong
Yet so fair
That is her
She's always there

Sensitive
to despair
Harkens to
others welfare
Delicate
she's elsewhere
Beautiful
beyond compare

If you meet her
Best Beware
She'll steal your heart
unaware
Her name is Love
This I swear
There's none like her
anywhere
























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by Udiah (witness to Yah)

Comments (10)

I like The Fiddler of Dooley as much.
..........a marvelous masterpiece......I too, would love to be a crown fashioned purely from Byzantium gold... and set with diamonds....
This is poem about the brevity of youth and beauty It is written with such insight and majesty that i am overwhelmed. We all have lived or are living or soon will this glorious brief spell Remember and revel in it to the depths of your soul then Let go Donal
One of the signal poems of the Twentieth Century, included in every anthology of English poetry.
A joy to read and to listen to. Hearing Yeats read it on YouTube is a treat.
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