Love Poems For Him From The Heart

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  • Poetry (from the Latin poeta, a poet) is a form of literary art in which language is used for its aesthetic and evocative qualities in addition to, or in lieu of, its apparent meaning.

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  • A hollow muscular organ that pumps the blood through the circulatory system by rhythmic contraction and dilation. In vertebrates there may be up to four chambers (as in humans), with two atria and two ventricles
  • the locus of feelings and intuitions; “in your heart you know it is true”; “her story would melt your bosom”
  • the hollow muscular organ located behind the sternum and between the lungs; its rhythmic contractions move the blood through the body; “he stood still, his heart thumping wildly”
  • The heart regarded as the center of a person’s thoughts and emotions, esp. love or compassion
  • The region of the chest above the heart
  • the courage to carry on; “he kept fighting on pure spunk”; “you haven’t got the heart for baseball”

love poems for him from the heart

love poems for him from the heart – The 100

The 100 Best Love Poems of All Time
The 100 Best Love Poems of All Time
Here, in one compact volume, is a greatest hits collection of the 100 bets love poems ever written by 100 of the world’s greatest poets. This essential anthology is ideal for the romantic-and will inspire any cynic. The poets included range throughout the history of world literature: from the Classics (Sappho, Catullus) and Renaissance (Shakespeare, Donne, Dante) to the Romantics (Shelly, Keats, Wordsworth) and 20th century giants (Frost, Lorca, Graves), right down to the present day (Viorst, Patchen, Neruda). Each poem features a brief introduction, which details the poet’s life history as well as the poem’s significance

Poems for the man of blackness

Poems for the man of blackness
Once apon a long long while ago
A man of black asked me
Who what when where how why
He asked me about love
he asked me about me
He asked me about you
all of you
I didn’t quite know how to reply and still don’t to this day
i sit and spitter spatter words on a keyboard using the dark depths my mind reaches
I offten wonder if i gave him the right answers if i gave him the wrong ones
I wonder if i even gave him answers or just insanity disguised as wisdom
I’ve had many ask me questions and look to me for the words to heal their souls
i’ve had some look at me and only want to see certain things to keep pieces of me and they offten do

questions for you now
Have you seen a man woman child person animal beast thing that has taken a piece of me and kept it in a black box hidden from the world of why and who and where and when and how?
If you have did you try and free me
will you try and free me
next time you see me
hidden away
in theese people who keep me
or will you let me stay
in my world of bliss full grey
Keep me from the lonely dark and the harsh lights
i think my pieces perfer being seperate and that we perfer the warm and welcomming dark mixxed with the bright shiny souls who keep me company in it…

will you ever come keep me company?

Dante love poem in medieval calligraphy

Dante love poem in medieval calligraphy
May Love ever protect
this heart he gave to you, his to command,
and, on the other hand,
may Mercy beg you remember me,
because before I go
too far away from all your present worth
the thought I will return
to you once more already comforts me.
God! Not for long shall I remain away,
judging by what I see,
for often this my mind
will turn right back to wonder on your face:
therefore, in both my journey and my stay,
O gentle lover, please remember me.

This poem was written in the early fourteenth century by Dante Alighieri, one of the greatest poets the world has ever known. Here, it is lovingly written in a style that Dante would have recognized: the script and decoration are based on early fourteenth-century Italian manuscripts. The initial letter "M" is decorated in red, green, and blue. The poem is not written with line breaks, but the first letter of each line is decorated with penwork in red and blue, as they would have done in the Middle Ages.