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Poems of Love by Joanna Fuchs
Posted by ilyricss
5th Jul 2021

The following short romantic poem contrasts the time before and after your love began. It's a short love message sure to please. All poems by Joanna Fuchs.

Painting:FemaleWarbyCharlotteFarhan,SANEsupporterI Never Knew

I never knew about happiness;
I didn’t think dreams came true;
I couldn’t really believe in love,
Until I finally met you.

Fool For Your Charms

Every day with you gives me a thrill;
All my dreams you richly fulfill.
I'm a fool for your charms;
You belong in my arms;
Love me; please say that you will.

Short love poetry can emphasize the longing to spend time together, as this free short love poem does.

Love Time

If I could have all the time in the world,
I know what I would do:
I’d spend the time
In pleasure sublime,
Just by being with you.

Short love messages can be light, even funny, or they can be intense, as this short love verse is.

Every Thought of You

Each thought of you fills me with sweet emotion;
I give to you my deepest devotion.
My fondest wishes you completely fulfill;
I love you totally, and I always will.

It's You

Of everything I know and love and treasure,
It’s you, my love, who gives me perfect pleasure.
I love your way with me, your touch, your kiss;
To be with you is happiness and bliss.

Short love poetry has to pack at lot of feeling in a few lines as this short romantic poem does.

My Everything

When all goes wrong, and my life runs amok,
I think of you, and I get unstuck;
In the midst of chaos, you make my heart sing;
You’re my peace, my happiness, my everything.

Short love poems can deliver big romantic messages: Sometimes love is enough to make a life happy and fulfilling, as this short love saying illustrates.

Because I Had You

If tomorrow my life were finished,
With many fun things left to do,
It wouldn't matter at all,
Because, my love, I had you.

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Image: Female War by Charlotte Farhan, SANE supporter


 

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