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Best Black Love Poems

Below are the all-time best Black Love poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of black love poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member - Black Love -
Morning glory
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Categories: black love, love, morning, , black
Form: Ode



Tributaries Of Black Tulips - Collaboration with 'Ink Empress'

When heinous fangs
of life drain
the amethyst glow
flowing above 
infected ripples of time,
I question the 
chaos that claims
serenity through 
saline serenade 
of sirens, composed 
with midnight...

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Categories: black love, dark, deep,
Form: Free verse
Dormant Decession

I'm an ashen dove, 
fading in zephyr 
of wine valleys, 
saturating in fog 
upon enchanting hills, 
draped in 
grape-green silk, 
where fantasies of forest, 
sprout...

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Categories: black love, hurt, life,
Form: Free verse
Insufficient Love Can Be
When love fills your breath and the air
the feel is strong and you can dare
Love, you tend to glamorise
and in words you aphorise
Dreams of princesses...

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Categories: black love, crush, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Roses
he is tall and dark
gentle strong hands tender heart
brown eyes deep like sea

plant peace inside me
he gave me twelve red roses
pearly smile shining...

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Categories: appreciation, black love, red,
Form: Senryu



Premium Member Frosted
"Frosted"



A penny for your thoughts?
Scratch that thought.



Thoughts are worth more than pennies
Thoughts are legions of brilliant glistening diamonds 
shining dormant undiscovered in a deep deep...

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Categories: black love, courage, freedom,
Form: Free verse
Love Kills
I just got to the grave today, death was given to you by my infidelity.

Along the way alive, my soul was given death.

Thy Ishq ruined...

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Categories: black love, break up,
Form: Narrative
Walk With Me Tonight
Will Thee walk with me tonight ?
Amongst the spirits of Twilight
Gothic verse we wilt recite
I wilt gage not to bite

Wilt thee with me slowly dance...

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Categories: black love, dance, dark,
Form: Rhyme
My Black
My black bleeds the same color red
My black breaths the same air
My black causes death instead
Of life.
My black should live loud and free
My black is...

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© Sona Wilae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black love, black african american, blue,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Words Can Not Express, My Man
Words can not express the joy I get when I see your face
It encourages me to know I can make it from day to day

Words...

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Categories: appreciation, black love, boyfriend,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member What Love Means To Me
What love means to me is beyond definition
when you fall in love, it's a big transition
being in love is a very nice feeling
to stay in...

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© Floyd Neal  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black love,
Form: Rhyme
Hidden Love
You knocked, and I opened the door of my life
The welcome mat to my heart took in your first steps
You crossed the threshold and my...

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© Aj Trivar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: black love, deep, desire,
Form: Prose
Amplified
Nothing is ever time wasted, 
just the interlude to the rest of the album. Soon it becomes nostalgia. To think you almost pressed the skip...

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Categories: black love, black african american, black
Form: Free verse
He Is Me
There's so much about this man
I've learned and prayed just to understand
Driven I am and so is he
Fierce and determined for he is me

Dominate and...

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Categories: black love, feelings, for
Form: Narrative
Love Is a Challenge
Love is a challenge

Love's challenging so fight with your lover,
Love's about holding each other everytime,
Love's amazing which needs patient,
Love's sadness but happiness is love,
Don't give...

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Categories: black love, anxiety, best friend, black
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member How Does One Write Poetry
I can imagine : staring in the eyes of : Elizabeth Barret Browning
Seeing the " Glory of LOVE '; bring on the " Sorrow of...

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Categories: black love, faith, hope, love, philosophylove,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Queen
Glowing brown skin Queen
A muse, goddess, my moonshine
A kiss of gold love...

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Categories: black love, god, i
Form: Haiku
Make Love
Let me hold you
Let me squeeze you tight
Come baby let's make love tonight

I will rub your body
Make you smell so sweet
Ian truly here to meet...

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Categories: anniversary, appreciation, black love,
Form: Acrostic
The Last Letter
< its difficult to live now,
Because you are not there.
Its impossible to breath now,
Because you are not there.
My heart fells down, all hopes lays down,
Because...

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Categories: betrayal, black love, cry,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Colour of Prejudice
Made a sand dune as he had done,
We were children and sand was fun,
Beautiful castle with deep moat,
Filled with water and paper boat!

Imagined soldiers guarded...

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Categories: black love, 12th grade, best friend,
Form: Rhyme
Alive Not Dead
My people I have seen seas of pains
With series of painted assaults and
Hatred from elites of illiteracy
My people no not again my people
For it is...

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Categories: black love, abuse, africa, anger, anxiety,
Form: Lyric
The Elevation of Today's Generation
THE ELEVATION OF TODAY'S GENERATION
By:  Sikolwethu Mthethwa

Burning hotter than the flames of a furnace,
Surpassing the depths of the hollows beneath Earth's face,
Rumbling more violently...

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Categories: black love, business, change,
Form: Free verse
Death In Disguise
Pattering rain shattering on grey road
With grisly green umbrella she troad
In a black attire looking ghostly white
Her red woeful eyes sending fearful jilt.

Watery moon painting...

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Categories: black love, blue, color,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Enemy On My Bed
And he said unto them, If ye had not plowed with my heifer, ye had not found out my riddle.Judges 14:18b


They plowed with the heifer,...

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Categories: black love, allegory, allusion, betrayal, black
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Black Folks Got Rhythm
Black folks got rhythm
full movements
undeterred, and
flexible as four winds.
How low can we go?
with limbo
it's in our hands
with early rising;
planting seeds of joy,
washed in ray of...

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Categories: america, black love, courage,
Form: Free verse