Thursday, February 16, 2006

Love topic, a few days late

Well, since I did not post anything regarding Valentine's Day, here is your "love" post.

Do you know any poetry about love? Have you ever written or received a love poem? Can you share a poem you like or have written about love?

Write the poem here and credit the author.

13 comments:

MrsC said...

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.
1 Corinthians 13:4

Mitchell M 6 said...

I'm not good with poems and haven't heard any ones about love that I can remember so I guess I don't have too much to do.

LibbyB6 said...

I personally can say that I have never ever recieved a love poem. I would also like to state that I have never attempted to write any, either!! I do love the quote from the Bible that mrsc used!! I think it is very sweet and very true!! So being that it may, I can not share any poems written or recieved because there are none!! Great blog, I know!!! Much love, byyye!!

jonathann6 said...

"Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Daisies are pretty,
And so are you."

- 5th or 6th grad love poem from Griffin Walker to Maggie Vickers.

MaxT6 said...

Roses are red
violets are blue
sugar is sweet
and I am too


-i dont know who wrote this poem, but it rules

MaxT6 said...

I hate love, it sucks. Its all a steaming pile of feces. Actually love is real, but not in high school, and not in college. To know if you are in love, you have to have expirienced the world and met a lot of people. So people who THINK that they are in love in high school are wrong and stupid-heads.

that was my love poem

Addie said...

I have not recieved any real love poems in my lifetime and do not much care for them either. I do love the Corinthians one though! (I don't really consider it a love poem or maybe I do, don't know yet)

GigiR1 said...

I'm not all that good with love poems either. I dont really get into all the mushy gushy part of love. Majority of the love poems I've ever read make me laugh.

walkerd3 said...

I have never recieved a love poem before but in elementary school it was fun to receive the valentine candy and cards from everyone. I wish we still did that in high school.

jacksonj3 said...

In your arms,
I want to lie,
And share with you,
How I feel inside.

Your hand so warm,
You hold me tight.
Your eyes have got me,
MeZmEriZeD!

Uncontrollable
Love and emotion,
Only with you,
I feel such devotion.

Sensual Love
Exceeding the limit,
Not a moment goes by,
Without you in it.

In your arms,
I want to lie.
Knowing our love will never die!
-Jackson Jones

AbbyW5 said...

I have a really funny love poem that I wrote in seventh grade that is about chocolate; however, it is at home. So, I don't have any poem to write but I have loved reading everybody else's comments on love! Jonathan's blog is awesome because I remember that poem from elementary school! haha!

Bens1 said...

I can usually only write about love when I no longer have it. This Valentine's day has been especially hard, having just gotten out of a year and half relationship.

"Im churning water,
struggling for air,
I just fell through the ice,
ignored the signs that read beware,
and the ice wont let me out,
All I want to do is breathe,
I can feel my lungs exploding,
and my insides start to seethe.
Where is that hand to save me?
Melt the ice with a caress,
please take me by the hand,
and pull me out of all this mess.
Please dont let me die,
Cold and all alone.
Still holding my breath,
Is this how I atone?
Pull me out of this frigid water,
and breathe life back to me,
Because with only your love,
can you end this misery."

Sorry the last 2 lines were just kind of a quick ending. Sorry for wasting your time.

jacksonj3 said...

We met upon the Internet,
A friendship electronic,
Expressed alone in words and thoughts,
Inevitably platonic.
We live too far apart for us
To mingle in the flesh,
But much more close than family,
Our hearts and feelings mesh.

Your dear, dear self reveals itself
Without a voice or face.
We have our own sweet home within
Our precious cyberspace.


JACKSON JONES