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Not even a flicker of interest in the anxiety relief posts, nor the parenting ones, haha! You folks are loving the poems, yeah!
And I love that – because nutty old me over here believes people need to read way more poetry and scroll way less passive IG feeds.
Forever love poems
I mean, here I am, daydreaming about being a world-famous poet one day, blessed to offer a sense of calm to readers in a manically stressed-out world.
That’s not exactly my goal, mind you, partly as I don’t believe it’s achievable (sad face), but it won’t stop me writing poems anyhow (happy face.)
So go on, read more below to find five brand new, never-released poems from me on the glorious, mushy topic of forever love (and yes, it does exist.)
Perfect Love Poem
Poetry has always been a leading way to express love – a medium as old as language or words itself.
I often find love poems, with their rich imagery and deep emotion, capture the essence of an enduring soul mate relationship.
Forever love poems speak to the timeless and unending spirit of love. They celebrate the bond that persists through life’s ebb and flow, a connection that, once forged, remains unbreakable to the end of time.
I know – I can feel your doubts creeping in through this page and maybe even a warm smile spreading across your face simultaneously.
Is there such a thing as a perfect match? Maybe the first love was that, and then subsequent ones aren’t?
Well, I believe that we CAN all harbor a treasure of love in our midst if we want to. Have a read of this poem to begin stirring up something inside.
OK, so I’ll say this and somewhat hope it lands well.
If you’re in or even been in a long-term relationship, you’ll know the lust fades away after some time. You perhaps get tired or cranky of each other’s company and crave something new.
It’s called human nature.
Yet, for many, the painful emotions of shame or guilt far outweigh the feelings of joy, commitment, lifelong love, etc. I call these feelings a God’s gift.
This poem I wrote is based on my feelings toward my beautiful, God-given children. It’s also about commitment. Which is somewhat becoming a rarity these days, I have to say.
Defining Forever Love
In poetry, “forever love” signifies an eternal, unchanging affection that withstands the test of time. And what better way to show the special person in your life your true heart than through a sweet poem?
You may laugh, but I always encourage people to write their own poems or at least have a go. When you truly ask yourself, deep down, how you feel about someone, you’ll be surprised at what comes up.
I openly admit that I adore my children!! And I crave to return to the days when they were babies, but the reality is, I can’t go back.
I know that logically, yet my heart still lingers in the ‘baby photo album’ on my phone last thing at night. You too? I feel you.
In my questioning of forever love poems – other poets, not my own necessarily, I’ve identified recurrent themes.
These poems celebrate love’s enduring nature and ability to withstand the test of time. If you ask me, these make the best love poems and encourage us to continue on the path of love itself.
Journey of Love
Poems about forever love often emphasize the theme of eternal commitment. The authors vow an unwavering devotion, the everlasting nature of love that neither wavers with time nor circumstance. For instance:
“Till death do us part” or equivalent phrases. Or references to an infinite future together, such as “forever yours.”
Then there’s undying passion, where the intensity of love never diminishes. These poems pulse with a fervent, ever-burning desire that feels as fresh and vital as when it first sparked.
Things like vivid imagery of flames and fire to signify continual fervor and the use of words like “everlasting” and “unceasing” to describe the true love felt.
A best friend
Sometimes, who you love isn’t a lover or an intimate relationship. Maybe they’re a friend or someone you used to know but no longer have ties with.
On the darkest night, when you’ve sat alone at your table, and the kids are all tucked up nicely in bed, it’s only natural to ponder the what-ifs.
“What if that first day had worked out differently?”
“What if he’d not done what he did?”
“What if I’d said yes instead of no?”
Look, don’t allow yourself to wallow, but equally, give yourself permission to express the right words TO YOURSELF.
After all, yes, a cute love poem is great and all that, but what’s better is allowing the sound of your voice to shine through and feeling all the feels.
I hope you love this collection of poems and musings. By all means, share them; just be sure to quote me, the author.
And please, if you enjoyed them or if they frustrated you, I still love hearing from you! Drop a comment below.