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Rhyme Love Poems

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

Premium Member Just In Case
Just in case you forgot,
I’ll love you with everything I’ve got.
You are beautiful and strong, every line
When we touch, I tremble every time

Each moment I’m...

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Categories: true love,

Gentle breeze
Who’s to say
What is the way
All a play
As we sway
The divine parlance 
In childlike innocence 
The enabling
Is automatic 
Rapture ecstatic
We thus are & be
Renewing in...

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Categories: love, spiritual,

Premium Member At the Natchez Trace
NOTE: The Natchez Trace is the Nashville bar where I met my future wife Beth. We invented a game called "twister pool" which involved billiards,...

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Categories: drink, hope, love, pain,

Premium Member Assurity After Storms
Sea of searching tore hope without explanation 
Crucified crests cascaded, crazed static fall crashing
Thrown spontaneous needs, unclean situations 
Wayward waltz of flotsam incongruity, faith attacking


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Categories: love, absence, beach, betrayal, caregiving,

Premium Member The Last Walk Together
The Last Walk Together

Shrouded cast announce somber mood,
yon etched tidings hallow tombstones,
boundary through blooms in vases,
a raised veil e'er wet-eyes stream blued,
stays balance shifted acquiesce,

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Categories: love, death, deep, life, lost

Premium Member A Less known Romance
When he comes home smiling, moon blooms,
With stars, her darling kids,
Yet when he far does roam, she glooms. 

She furls her wings and burns her...

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Categories: love, moon, romance, sun,

Premium Member If Only You Knew
If only you knew.. how much I love you,                ...

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Categories: love, beach, blue, earth, flower,

From a mother to a child,  Who is close to her heart.  
He is just like her own child.  
He is good,...

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Categories: emotions, love,

Premium Member The Lie I Told
I was walking toward a little shop,
when I felt a tug on my sleeve
What I saw made me stop
I knew I wouldn't get to leave.


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Categories: child, giving, love, meaningful,

I Reinvented Your Voice
I reinvented your voice

I simplified your eyes I think 
and the firmness of your chest 
it became a personification of our 
farewell I

simplified your voice...

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Categories: farewell, love,

Premium Member Will you recall

And when I shed these mortal coils
Will you remember me
Will you recall warm balmy nights -
That I have spent with thee?
The night we showered 'neath...

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Categories: dedication, farewell, friendship love,

Premium Member Wrinkles and Tinkles
One has wrinkles, but so does the other
  and they both are a whole lot of bother
They can't control when or where they pee

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Categories: baby, love, old,

Premium Member Seasons of love
Will you love me in the springtime
When nature brings earth back to life
The loveliest time of the year
Causing poets pens to ignite.

Will you love me...

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Categories: love, relationship, seasons,

Nan, our shining light
A shining light has now been dimmed
A voice we loved is stilled
The chair where you sat, now empty
Is a place that can never be filled


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Categories: love, angst, bereavement, family, grandmother,

Premium Member My Greatest Treasures
My blessings shine like pure bright gold;
they can’t be bartered, bought, or sold.
I value most what’s yet to be;
a place in Heaven waits for me....

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Categories: blessing, love, time,