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How To Write Love Poems

LOVE


Love is often thought to solve everything. Personally, I believe that it can, at least on an individual basis. If a person is going through an ordeal, the person that he or she loves can help them more than anything else. Love exists all around us, in nature and in people. If you don't yet have someone to love, look at everything that you have around you. Often we take some of the most important things for granted.

If you do have a person in your life that you love, sit down and think. Ask yourself what makes this person worthy of your affection and undying eternal dedication. If you can think of just one reason, one act of kindness or one special characteristic, you can write a love poem.

Before I explain the cheater's way, I want to say something else. Maybe you have stumbled upon this page, you're a little curious, but writing a poem is just something you don't find yourself talented at. I assure you that if you write a few loving words on a piece of paper and give it to your someone for no reason at all, he or she will be delighted. Guys, saturate it with sugary sweetness, because we women can't get enough. Girls, usually it's better to keep it simple if you're giving it to a guy. He'll appreciate it, I am sure. Maybe you don't want to give it to anyone. Just write it. It can help you get out your feelings for your ex boyfriend or your crush or anyone having a relationship with your heart.

Okay, now the writing.

Before I give you my big list of words to smish together and form a poem, you may want to think of some that I have not come up with. Here are some questions to ask yourself when getting in the frame of mind for love.

Describe the color white. What do you think of?

What comes to mind when you think of heaven?

Describe a bunny.

Name naturally occuring things that are pleasant to look at. (clouds, rain, fire, etc.)

Use words used to describe nature.

Use these descriptive words and objects to incorporate into a poem. Whether or not it rhymes is unimportant. Here is an example. These are seperate lines, not part of one poem, by the way.

When I kiss your soft lips, I'm in heaven.

When I look into your eyes, I see forever in an instant.

As I hold you in my arms, I know that I am complete.

My heart aches to embrace you every time we meet.

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