Romantic Poems for Valentine’s Day 2020

Valentine’s Day is the Holiday of Romance. Sentiment is love in its dynamic state, lighted and roused. Valentine’s Day may feel like an occasion constrained on us by the Greeting Card, Jewelry and Floral businesses, yet truly we have acknowledged it since we perceive and esteem its motivation. Love that never motivates sentiment is dormant and stale. Valentine’s Day is a chance to touch off our current association with sentiment, and love with an additional portion of sentiment will bring about a more grounded, longer enduring and undeniably all the more fulfilling relationship.

My Promise

On the off chance that you were my rose, at that point I’d be your sun,

painting you rainbows when the downpours come.

I’d change my circle to oust the night,

as to keep you in my supporting light.

If you were my rose, then I’d be your sun,

painting you rainbows when the rains come.

I’d change my orbit to banish the night,

as to keep you in my nurturing light.

I Will Always Love You

I want you when fragments of light show up

Also, the dew languidly joins morning sky.

At the point when arias, pining winged animals to mates sing,

I need the mitigating delicate quality of your kiss.

My First, My Last, My Valentine

I’ve never envisioned that there can be this day.

A day that affection will discover its direction.

Out of my heart and into your spirit.

These emotions I have are outside my ability to control.

Wonderful Heartache

My stomach begins to hurt my hands begin to shake,

As he moves closer one final profound inhale I take.

My heart thumps quick like never before,…

Updated: December 4, 2019 — 9:02 am

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