Romance Social Poems
These Romance Social poems are examples of Social poems about Romance. These are the best examples of Social Romance poems written by international poets.
social, england, history, identity, immigration,
the wealth of norman England is poised to grow
towns enlarge, markets exchange, a fresh fertilising sprinkled culture
kingdoms extend with...
They Still Shoot Horses
dance, metaphor, romance, social,
Two pairs of Equus eyes that motion dare,
foxtrot to the midnight endless dance
Their heated passion is an Appaloosa affair,
day number three of a spotty romance
At first Chat
social, girlfriend, relationship, romance, roses
Her heart, mind and mood make up a tough agency
laughter and playfulness, all a contingency
we start with hello miss
her words, sweet to release
wanted result of...
social, absence, angel, conflict, girlfriend,
Your look of innocence always makes me feel at home.
My heart pounds rapidly as your essence overwhelms me
Doubt and fear of losing your light...
social, angel, film, fire, happy,
This morning the dew crept into my bed
Soaked, I smile uncontrollably
The smell of femininity struck my senses so,
Sunrise, woke up the sleeping giant
Shame on Social Mores
social, culture, discrimination, gender, marriage,
successive letters of the alphabet per line using A through S
Ann was born at a time when females lacked rights.
Both strict parents lectured a girl’s...
The Dating Game
social, boyfriend, computer, funny, humorous,
If you like adventure you will like Match.com,
But many of them you won’t want to take home to meet your Mom.
Each guy you see is...
social, beautiful, cheer up, computer,
One is love,
Zero is everything else.
Twist of Fate
motivation, relationship, romance, social,
Many roads we all travel, a seemingly endless trip,
looking for that one lasting relationship.
Then destiny brings two wandering people together,
caught up in confusion hoping for...
social, beautiful, blessing, celebration, cheer
One shot of envy
Two shots of love
Few drops of luck
Just a hint of fear.
Pour over cubes of the past
Shake well, shake well
Top with hope
Chasing the Wind
social, divorce, fun, relationship, romance,
Dating nowadays is like chasing the wind,
Looking for that one special friend.
They are young and they are old, and most like to yack.
But for the...
social, adventure, dream, myth, romance,
grey witches using magical powers for good or evil
does it matter , should it matter,
do I care? not really
whats in it for me
social, absence, angst, confusion, games,
That momentous longing that purposed many lowly nights dissipated
Just as I found myself in your presence once again
You tease me, flirt with me, confuse the...
A MASQUERED OF MYSTERY
social, celebration, character, imagination, mystery,
Venetians masqueraded themselves to hide their identity;
their vagueness was allowed openly,
"Be a Casanova, a Shakespeare, a Hamlet :
all are welcome to join the...
Night Clubbing Huh
social, funny, growing up, hilarious,
Scampi in a basket Plastic palm trees
A 70#s night club in Rotherham
They called Tiffany's.
Ever Friday night me and my mates would hit town
Go on a...
Chinese New Years Parade
social, children, color, community, new
Cherry trees bare of blossoms
Buds still tight in the trees
A time of pure delight
For every eye to see,
A small flag in every hand
Fresh toasted nuts...
social, dream, passion, romance, sensual,
Food and wine, at it's cocktail's best
classical sound been heard, anyone could rest,
men in tuxedos, woman in their best gowns
talking at civil manners, with...
a winter tale
A Winter Tale
I was going out driving to the shops and buy food, switched off indoors lamps,
only the grey winter light came in,...
social, allegory, analogy, conflict, corruption,
Stands, four players.
Quarrels of foul cries, collided.
Facing each nemesis into quadrants, divided.
Individuals motivated by objectives.
Devising plans, careful detectives.
Goal to achieve the...
A Very Inviting Temptation
social, anger, bible, change, character,
A Very Inviting Temptation!
I remember of a particular situation.
I was offered a very "inviting" temptation.
The situation I was in... I didn't belong!
And lost any sense...