Picture the scene. You’ve got date night coming. You’d love to give him a sweet card with heartfelt words that mean the world to you.
The words don’t come.
You freak out.
What on earth can you give him now?
The man you love with all your heart?
Thinking of You Poems for Him
Dear ones, do not worry.
This post is a joyful best friend when it comes to true love poems. Romantic love poems, which, if you ask me, the world desperately needs more of.
You’ll find short poems, love quotes, deep love poems, and poems perfect for a wedding anniversary… You name it; you can take it.
By all means, borrow these words of mine here in this post. All the images are poems I’ve written.
Feel free to print out this blog and cut out the poem that talks to you or copy the words into a card. Just remember to credit me (and buy my poetry book when it launches in the Autumn!)
Short Love Poems
An emotional love letter is the perfect way to display romance in a relationship.
If, like me, you get run off your feet by the rush of life and (ahem) ‘forget’ to show your love and appreciation for your partner, then a love message will heal all hurts (or at least, some of them…)
Consider picking up a greeting card when you’re next at the shops, and share a love verse or two with that special person.
It’ll surely brighten their day and bring a sense of togetherness to the relationship. The poem below is ideal for sharing with your better half (or yourself!)
Thinking of You Poems for Him
Love is the most beautiful thing in the world.
It unites people, creating memorable, special moments that last a lifetime.
Whether it’s celebrating a new romance or deepening an existing one, expressing your feelings for someone through the written word can be incredibly powerful.
A sweet poem for that particular person is indeed a wonderful thing. After all, the little things make the difference.
Beautiful Love Poems
Expressing feelings to someone you love can be a daunting task. Particularly if we’ve been hurt before or not shown the love we deserve as a child.
But when done right, it’s also one of your life’s most beautiful things.
Writing out beautiful love poems is one way to show affection and admiration for that special person. It’s a unique way to express your love, appreciation, and admiration while still being personal and meaningful.
It can also be a way to say sorry if you feel that’s what you must do.
Today’s The Day Poems
How often do you wake up with a frown on instead of a smile? No matter if you’re the brightest star in your home or battling old griefs, life has its ups and downs, and nothing is ever 100% good times.
(She says, speaking from experience!)
Yet to make a good morning out of perhaps a mundane, run-of-the-mill one, why not read a poem to yourself?
Get some quiet time alone; simply enjoy the words as you take them in. If it means waking up earlier, do so!
Get curious about how you feel reading them. Maybe you feel nothing, or maybe you feel all the feels!
First Time Poems
Are you a first-time sucker like me?
I try and remember without fail to write little Post-it notes on first-time photos.
Like the first time our baby sat up, the first time he crawled, the first time he smiled, etc. But what about the first time with your spouse or partner?
First time going to that beach together?
The first time he played you that special love song?
You get the drift.
True Love Poems
When it comes to expressing feelings for the one you love, sometimes standard words just aren’t enough. When U say the one you love – I mean the ones you love too.
Perhaps your children
Perhaps your friends and other family members.
This is where true love poems come in – they help us convey emotions that are too hard to express in everyday language.
True love is mysterious, and it’s often hard to describe what we feel with words.
Poetry allows us to voice our feelings and put them into beautiful verses that capture the essence of our emotions.
I invite you to try writing down how you feel about your loved one. There is no wrong way when it comes to writing poetry! This workbook will get you going.
By all means, use my words too, but yours would be more unique to your feelings, that’s for certain.
I hope you love this concoction of feelings and emotions summed up in the written word.
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