10 Romantic Love Poems for Her | Girlfriend | Wife

Romantic Poems for Her
Want to surprise your wife or girlfriend with a heartfelt gift today?  We have helped you select 10 Romantic Love Poems for Her from various famous poets; these poems will make her feel loved and appreciated.

Romantic Love Poems for Her | Girlfriend | Wife:

1. Love comes sailing (Rumi)
Love comes sailing through and I scream.
Love sits beside me like a private supply of itself.
Love puts away the instruments
and takes off the silk robes. Our nakedness
together changes me completely.

The difference between love and lust is:
Love is about you.
Lust is about me.

Look inside and find where a person
loves from. That’s the reality,
not what they say.
give attention to form, the right
and wrong ways of professing belief.
Grow instead in universal light.
When that revealed itself, God gave it
a thousand different names, the least
of those sweet-breathing names being,
the one who is not in need of anyone.

4. No, my heart has never tired of you.
In the time of June, long ago, you said to me: "If I knew, friend, if I knew that my presence one day might be a burden to you— with my poor heart and sorrowful thoughts, 
I would go away, no matter where."
And gently your forehead rose towards my kiss.
And you said to me again: "Bonds loosen always and life is so full, and what matters if the chain is golden that ties to the same ring in port our two human barks!"
And gently your tears revealed to me your grief.
And you said and you said again: "Let us separate, let us separate before the evil days; our life has been too lofty to drag it trivially from fault to fault."
And you fled and you fled, and my two hands desperately held you back.
No, my heart has never tired of you.

What makes stars romantic? Is it the beauty
Of a night sky dark lit with diamonds?
Or the wilderness of blue-white witnesses
Staring wordless back across the abyss?
Or the fascination of forever? (For love
Is a fragment of forever lodged in the heart.)
Is it the need for two when one seems so small?
The desire to touch in the temple? The vast, lonely
Field of life in which love, too, is a light
Amidst darkness? (So many lovers scattered across
The black canopy like burning dust.)
Or is it the passion at a star’s heart?
The heat of love lighting the emptiness,
Hurling its ardor across light years of sorrow
To tell us something about what yearns within?

6. DEAR LOVE, THOU ART SO FAR ABOVE (Philip Bourke Marston)
Dear Love, thou art so far above my song, It is small wonder that it fears to rise, Knowing it cannot reach my paradise;
Yet ever to dwell here my thoughts among,
Nor try its upward flight, would do thee wrong. What time the lark soars singing to the skies, We know he falters, know the sweet song dies,
That fain would reach Heaven's gate, sustained and strong.
But angels bending from the shining brink Catch the faint note, and know the poor song fails,
Having no strength to reach their Heavenly height;
So listen thou, Beloved, and so think,— More for the earth than Heaven his song avails, Yet sweetest heard when nearest to God's light.

7. You’ve so distracted me (Rumi)
You’ve so distracted me,
your absence fans my love.
Don’t ask how.
Then you come near.
“Do not . . .” I say, and
“Do not . . . ,” you answer.
Don’t ask why this delights me.

8. When the starry sky covers our dwelling (Emile Verhaeren)
When the starry sky covers our dwelling, we hush for hours before its intense and gentle fire, so that we may feel a greater and more fervent stirring within us.
The great silver stars follow their courses high up in the heavens; beneath the flames and the gleams, night spreads out its depths, and the calm is so great that the ocean listens!
But what matters even the hushing of the sea, if in the brightness and immensity of space, full of invisible violence, our hearts beat so strongly that they make all the silence?

9. UNDER THE ROSE (Unknown)
Behind a house on a nearby street
A rose bush hangs o'er a broken wall, Beneath that bush is a rustic seat.
Where the soft petals float and fall. And here, when the moon climbs down the west,
A lover comes and a lover goes: And a maiden thinks stolen bliss the best
Under the rose.
And by and by, when the leaves are sere,
And the snow has covered that rustic seat, Another tale will be told, I hear;
A tale that young lovers will ever repeat. For some night, between two peeps of the sun,
The maid will follow wherever he goes, And Love's mathematics will make two of one—
Under the rose.

10. A FRIEND (Lucy Larcom)
LIFE offers no joy like a friend; Fulfilment and prophecy blend In the throb of a heart with its own, — A heart where we know and are known.
Yet more than thy friend unto thee, Is the friendship hereafter to be. When the flower of thy life shall unfold Out of hindering, and darkness, and cold.
Love mocks thee, whose mounting desire Doth not to the Perfect aspire; Nor lovest thou the soul thou wouldst win To shut with thine emptiness in.
A friend! Deep is calling to deep! A friend! the heart wakes from its sleep To behold the world lit by one face; With one heavenward step to keep pace.
heart wherein all hearts are known, Whose infinite throb stirs our own! O Friend beyond friends I what are we. Who ask so much less, yet have Thee?

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Love Poems: 10 Romantic Love Poems for Her | Girlfriend | Wife
10 Romantic Love Poems for Her | Girlfriend | Wife
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