10 Poems About Love | Deep Love Verses

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When someone else's happiness is your happiness, that is love. Here are 10 deep verses and poems about love selected just for you.

10 Poems About Love | Deep Love Verses:

Everything I’ve done, I’ve done
Only for your love.
Everything I am, I am
In hopes your heart will move.
I know that you love someone else,
But while you’re away,
I’ll love you just as though our love
Would last till you are grey.
Till you and I are grey, my love,
And all our days are done,
I’ll love you just as I do now;
Your heart’s my only home.

2. In the house chosen by our love (émile verhaere)In the house chosen by our love as its birth-place, with its cherished furniture peopling the shadows and the nooks, where we live together, having as sole witnesses the roses that watch us through the windows,
Certain days stand out of so great a consolation, certain hours of summer so lovely in their silence, that sometimes I stop time that swings with its golden disc in the oaken clock.
Then the hour, the day, the night is so much ours that the happiness that hovers lightly over us hears nothing but the throbbing of your heart and mine that are brought close together by a sudden embrace.

Why once again have I met thee?
Why is this sorrow now mine ? In vain do I strive to forget thee,
But my soul is enslaved into thine. Still, still do I love, do I fear thee,
Would keep thee, yet beg thee to go, One touch of the hand makes me tremble
And recalls all the sorrows of yore.

If ripe red lips were tempting, And you and she—just two—
Were one arm-chair pre-empting, Pray tell me what you'd do?
Your arm would steal around her, You'd whisper, " This is bliss,"
And you would not astound her If you should steal a kiss.
If she were at the portal And you were passing through,
Pray tell me, if you're mortal, How you would say " Adieu " ?
If she were in the shadow And you were at the door,
You'd be a timid lad, O, If you'd not take one more.

5. FROM "THE CASTLE IN THE AIR** (Richard Henry)
I LIVE for Love, for Love alone, and who Dare chide me for it ? Who dare call it folly ? It is a holy thing, if aught is holy, And true, indeed, if Truth herself is true; Earth yearns for earth, — its sensuous life is dear; Mortals should love mortality while here. And seize the glowing hours before they fly; And eyes should answer eyes, and lips should meet. And hearts unlocked to kindred hearts should beat, Till all that live on earth in love should live and die.

6. KISSES IN THE TRAIN - (DH Lawrence)
I saw the midlands
Revolve through her hair;
The fields of autumn
Stretching bare,
And sheep on the pasture
Tossed back in a scare.
And still as ever
The world went round,
My mouth on her pulsing
Neck was found,
And my breast to her beating
Breast was bound.
But my heart at the centre
Of all, in a swound
Was still as a pivot,
As all the ground
On its prowling orbit
Shifted round.
And still in my nostrils
The scent of her flesh,
And still my wet mouth
Sought her afresh;
And still one pulse
Through the world did thresh.
And the world all whirling
Around in joy
Like the dance of a dervish
Did destroy
My sense—and my reason
Spun like a toy.
But firm at the centre
My heart was found;
Her own to my perfect
Heart-beat bound,
Like a magnet’s keeper
Closing the round.

7. In the depth of our love dwells all faith (émile verhaere)
In the depth of our love dwells all faith; we bind up a glowing thought together with the least things: the awakening of a bud, the decline of a rose, the flight of a frail and beautiful bird that, by turns, appears or disappears in the shadow or the light.
A nest falling to pieces on the mossy edge of a roof and ravaged by the wind fills the mind with dread. An insect eating the heart of the hollyhocks terrifies: all is fear, all is hope.
Though reason with its sharp and soothing snow may suddenly cool these charming pangs, what matters! Let us accept them without inquiring overmuch into the false, the true, the evil or the good they portend;
Let us be happy that we can be as children, believing in their fatal or triumphant power, and let us guard with closed shutters against too sensible people.

8. LOVE'S IMMORTALITY (Robert Southey)
They sin who tell us Love can die! With life all other passions fly;
All others are but vanity. In heaven ambition cannot dwell, nor avarice in the vaults of hell; Earthly these passions, as of earth, They perish where they have their birth;
But Love is indestructible. Its holy flame forever burneth, From heaven it came, to heaven returneth; For oft on earth a troubled guest, At times deceived, at times oppressed, It here is tried and purified, And hath in heaven its perfect rest.

9. Step by step, day by day - émile verhaere
Step by step, day by day, age has come and placed his hands upon the bare forehead of our love, and has looked upon it with his dimmer eyes.
And in the fair garden shrivelled by July, the flowers, the groves and the living leaves have let fall something of their fervid strength on to the pale pond and the gentle paths. Here and there, the sun, harsh and envious, marks a hard shadow around his light.
And yet the hollyhocks still persist in their growth towards their final splendour, and the seasons weigh upon our life in vain; more than ever, all the roots of our two hearts plunge unsatiated into happiness, and clutch, and sink deeper.
Oh! these hours of afternoon girt with roses that twine around time, and rest against his benumbed flanks with cheeks aflower and aflame!
And nothing, nothing is better than to feel thus, still happy and serene, after how many years? But if our destiny had been quite different, and we had both been called upon to suffer—even then!—oh! I should have been happy to live and die, without complaining, in my stubborn love.

10. LOVE'S LAMENTATION (Philip J. Holdsworth)
O’ steadfast Love!—more strong than sea-girt rocks,
Round which the rough surge raves,— That stand, triumphant 'mid the mightiest shocks
Of waning winds or waves,— O’ powerful Love!—majestic as the star
That governs Day's bright skies, And showers God's boon of prodigal light afar
On hungering eyes!
Thou art not symbolized by any flower
Or gem that man has prized: — Thine own perennial splendors make thy power,
Love, immortalized! Thou art not emblemed by the wide wild sea
That belts rich earth around! What deeps or gulfs, O Love, can image thee?
What shores can bound?
We hope you'll be able to find the right poem about love to pass your true feelings across from our little selection. Good luck



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Love Poems: 10 Poems About Love | Deep Love Verses
10 Poems About Love | Deep Love Verses
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