Are you planning a celebration? Short romantic love poems are great for your special events but they are also great for day-to-day life.
Romantic thoughts or poetry can be used in many forms, such as these:
- Write a romantic poem on a post-it note and leave it in your partner’s briefcase.
- Include a short poem on the grocery list.
- Spell your love out using fridge magnets or Alphabets cereal.
- Leave a thoughtful note or limerick on the bathroom mirror while your partner takes a shower.
- Publish your love poem in the classified section of your local newspaper.
Short Romantic Love Poems and Quotes
Here is part of the poem “Beauty’s a Flower” by Moira O’Neill, edited by Louis Untermeyer, ed. and published in Modern British Poetry in 1920.
Beauty’s a flower,
But love is the jewel that wins the world.
Here is something by Saint-Exupery:
Another love quote from Alexander Pope:
Spreads his light wings, and in a moment flies. “
Romantic Things to Say in a Letter
Feeling a little embarrassed about revealing your emotions in the written form? Why not get inspired from what Napoleon Bonaparte wrote to Josephine De Beauharnais in one of his love letters:
Romantic Poetry from Emily Dickinson
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) wrote this “Part Three: Love XXXVII” in her Complete Poems, which was published in 1924.
Posterior to death,
Initial of creation, and
The exponent of breath.
Or another poem from Emily Dickinson “Part Five: The Single Hound CXII.”
Is all we know of Love;
It is enough, the freight should be
Proportioned to the groove.
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