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Love Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Love Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Love. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Love poems written by international poets.

Geet Tiranga

Geet tringa 

Ye tringa hai yesa soney ka parinda jeysa jo na dekhey oochi oochi emartey dekhey ek ek jaan bharat ki janm bumbi hai...

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Categories: 7th grade, beautiful, dance,

Jaba pey jaba
Islam katar jaba hai meri kudh khada chohat par darbar kuda ka phesala hai jaess kurbani Mai mangi maa Kali ney  jaban rangdari sacha...

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Categories: black love, blessing, blue,

Premium Member My Thoughts on Gratitude
I’m deeply grateful for the love of God;
for family and friends and my good health;
for nature, poetry, my home and church;
for what, to me, is...

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Categories: appreciation, thanks,

The Lies
The words will tell of secrets in my hands 
Don’t heed the warning present as it stands
For even when the darkness covers sky
My friend, believe,...

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, friend, hate,

Premium Member The Very Definition of Kindness
To blind ones and those cursed with leprosy -
the outcast souls who knew not man's compassion -
he touched and healed, that they might feel and...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: jesus, love,

Tempted Eyes
My Heart me tempts, at staring of her eyes,
as if but I, was like a Feast to them;
When she, at me, does glare, my Heart...

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Categories: love, romance, romantic,

Quantum Chiasmus
They are not the same person they married
When time was so kind and their hearts were too
In love to notice the flaws they carried.

Our lovers...

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Categories: divorce, emotions, forgiveness, love

My Mother s Love
“My Mother’s Love”

My mother, like a mother bear
Protects me with abundant care
In things she says I should not dare
Like whining that my life’s not fair


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© Jeslyn Cai  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 9th grade, mother, mother

Why Men Are Called Groom And Women Bride

Hullabaloo and cacophony etched in your Union,
Soliloquies to break up with your said-protagonist of a spouse,
You forgot your...

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Categories: 1st grade, for her,

Premium Member Where Poppies Grow
Where poppies grow in brilliant bursts of red
and bumble bees go searching with intent,
she often goes; there sits with dreamy eyes
suspending time, quiescent moments spent.


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Categories: devotion, longing,

Premium Member Dancing In The Fifties
Throughout the nineteen-fifties, times were neat;
full, long flared skirts and bobby socks gals wore,
while rock and roll and doo-wop moved our feet
to music slow and...

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Categories: dance, fun, high school,

stellar miss scientist
to the outer space girl I have not met:
heard a lot about you from my good friend.
the way she talks of your presence, it sent

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© Madi Cook  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: care, emotions, how i

Premium Member Sweet Rose of Virtue: William Dunbar Translation
Sweet Rose of Virtue
by William Dunbar (c. 1460-1530)
loose translation/modernization/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

after William Dunbar

Sweet rose of virtue and of gentleness,
delightful lily of youthful wantonness,

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Categories: iambic pentameter, character, desire, devotion, flower,

And We Danced
And we danced,
To that song you love, the one that starts out slow,
A solitary violin, singing soft and low,
A flutist swells to join the strings,...

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Categories: dance, music,

Lost on a Starless Sea
You showed me a place where willows leaned,
With fields of jade and kelly green,
You showed me rivers cool and slow,
Where dandelion wishes go.
Safe and warm,

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Categories: lost, love,