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Love Ode Poems

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

Premium Member Ode To A Missing Sock

     Ode To A Missing Sock 

Upon our bed of dreams now laid, 
To rest in peace amidst the glades,
Your colour...

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Categories: grief, loss, lost, love,

Ode to the Fig
Ode to the Fig: An Inverted wonder

Oh fig, thou art no mere fruit,
But a marvel of nature’s intricate pursuit,
Inverted flowers within thy form reside,
A secret...

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Categories: flower, fruit,

Premium Member Ode to my Beloved
“The minute I heard my first love story,
I started looking for you, not knowing
how blind that was.
Lovers don't finally meet somewhere.
They're in each other all...

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Categories: love,

Premium Member Ode to Shree Hanuman


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Categories: appreciation, courage, spiritual,

Premium Member Eternal Enticement

The beauty of blossoming flower,
exudes from the charismatic core 
of the unfurling buds 
with the fervent fragrance 
of rippling shower of the spring colors,
trails the...

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Categories: analogy, beauty, women,

Premium Member Sweet Rose
“Of all flowers, methinks a rose is best.” – William Shakespeare, The Two Noble Kinsmen

Sweet Rose, for ages you have blessed the human race
with your...

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Categories: rose,

Premium Member I Can't Steal You
I can steal the gold in ole Fort Knox
Steal the loot in a pirates box
I can steal a stone from Stonehenge site
Steal the cape from...

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Categories: ode, desire, relationship, song,

Premium Member Hallway Heroes
With gentle words and steady hands
her work is filled with love
She meets the tasks her role commands
then soars so far above

With rows of little desks...

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Categories: 2nd grade, appreciation, child,

Premium Member Ode to Tulips
The tulips are too excitable, it is Winter here.
—Sylvia Plath (Tulips)

Like Tulip-beds of different shape and dyes,
bending beneath the invisible west-wind’s sighs.
—Thomas Moore

Roses propose to...

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Categories: art, beauty, grief, poetry,

Premium Member Pizza
Oh pizza, oh pizza
You are so piping hot,
That I would gobble you up right on the spot.

Oh pizza, oh pizza
You're so sticky and gooey,
And so...

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Categories: food, love,

Premium Member An Ode to an Amphibian
You don’t have to pitch a tent
Nor build a house to stay
When thousands of us wander desperate
Without a home or place to rest,
You own a...

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Categories: animal, home, sea,

Premium Member An Ode to Love
 Love is a smile, a tear, a touch
Love says it all and means so much
Truly love's what happiness is
Pure contentment, delightful bliss
Love is gentle...

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Categories: devotion, heart, love,

Premium Member Birds
“The reason birds can fly and we can't is simply because they have perfect faith, for to have faith is to have wings.”
- J.M. Barrie,...

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Categories: animal, bird, hope, joy,

Unkept keepsakes
The t.v. series,
A Little Princess,
reminds me
of my dad's gift
of a dark-haired
porcelain doll...

...I gave away
to compensate
for feeling spoiled
--that I begged
for her at all

Being a generous
gift-giver was...

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Categories: father daughter, giving, heaven,

Ode to Api - Grandmother
Cycling amidst the gloom and glee
She pedals the life's tapestry while
People whisper the bad and good thing
She'd lived in her life,
Though lying in sick-bed
No one...

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Categories: ode, grandmother,

Book: Shattered Sighs