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Love Elegiac Lyric Poems

These Love Elegiac Lyric poems are examples of Elegiac Lyric poems about Love. These are the best examples of Elegiac Lyric Love poems written by international poets.


You would never know me
You would never know me,
But a theme you were of my dream,
Filled by love to the brim,
Unfulfilled that withered like cream.

You would never know me,
Nor...

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Categories: love, remember,



Always stick to the pain
How do you run away from what doesn't chase you?
In the middle of dead butterflies that makes you smile.
Too white to fetch, too bored to...

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Categories: butterfly, crazy, dark,

Questions of Moment
Do we grow too old for the moment,
too old for the visions and thoughts,
which, though seeming ephemeral,
live longest of all things on earth? 

Do we...

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Categories: dream, loss, lost love,

Hommage To Trees
The trees, big or small, high or low,
Are the nicest things in the world,
They wouldn’t hurt a fly, a sparrow,
They host all the birds, blue...

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Categories: 9th grade, appreciation, nature,

Beso Mi Down Dhare
Sherry
Brown sugar
Garlic
Pureed beets
Pureered green pepper
Pureed onion
Olive oil
Fish stock
Lemon juice
Salt
Paprika
3 hot yellow habanero peppers
Chopped fennel
Make about one gallon
Maranade pork loins or
Fresh hams. 
maranade whole
Game hens.
Roast for
...

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Categories: culture, dance, desire, food,



Beso Mi Down Dhare
Sherry
Brown sugar
Garlic
Pureed beets
Pureered green pepper
Pureed onion
Olive oil
Fish stock
Lemon juice
Salt
Paprika
3 hot yellow habanero peppers
Chopped fennel
Make about one gallon
Maranade pork loins or
Fresh hams. 
maranade whole
Game hens.
Roast for
...

Read More
Categories: culture, dance, desire, food,

Beso Mi Down Dhare
Sherry
Brown sugar
Garlic
Pureed beets
Pureered green pepper
Pureed onion
Olive oil
Fish stock
Lemon juice
Salt
Paprika
3 hot yellow habanero peppers
Chopped fennel
Make about one gallon
Maranade pork loins or
Fresh hams. 
maranade whole
Game hens.
Roast for
...

Read More
Categories: culture, dance, desire, food,

Beso Mi Down Dhare
Sherry
Brown sugar
Garlic
Pureed beets
Pureered green pepper
Pureed onion
Olive oil
Fish stock
Lemon juice
Salt
Paprika
3 hot yellow habanero peppers
Chopped fennel
Make about one gallon
Maranade pork loins or
Fresh hams. 
maranade whole
Game hens.
Roast for
...

Read More
Categories: culture, dance, desire, food,

Premium Member The Tides of July
 Late July, the clouds billow waiting the afternoon rain
 This summer although just is not the same
 The seasons of my life have in...

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Categories: death, emotions, grief, loss,

Ocean of Storms
Ocean of Storms  

Ocean of storms within' my sleep
The sun is white with envy
The sky is raining blood
All the hatred with the flood
And visions...

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Categories: anxiety, dream, fear, night,

Premium Member My Broken Heart
  "Loved you then.  Love you still. 
Always have, and always will."

           ...

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Categories: grief, heart, love,

Bricks With No Straw
Does love need an
audience
Or are such things
rehearses 
for future
 engagements
One would mention
a fear of abandment
so latching on to another
ensures at least marginal
assurance
which God do you
worship
The...

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Categories: art, marriage, music, romantic

Love En Requiem
Pondering love’s inquisitions hitherto thine perplexities
as thou should knowest its tenderness requite.  
Whilst thy deliberate forthright such iniquitous fortitude of beguiling amorous utterances. 
Thine...

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Categories: angst, beautiful, conflict, emotions,

Silent Refusal
A little hidden, beautiful, and tranquil aquarium 
With an amazing view of the subterranean dome. 
The ache may be the sign of worsening emotion,
From a...

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Categories: corruption, funeral, hurt, introspection,

Our Friends From the Underworld
OUR FRIENDS FROM THE UNDERWORLD ©

Soul to soul, our echoes roll
Melancholy from the depth of my divine despair
And a rush of blood which causeth bloodshot...

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Categories: 1st grade, death, death