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If you're like me, you probably think falling in love over a modem is unusual and perhaps even rare. Perhaps the very nature of a web site devoted to poetry brings these couples to the fore, but I have been amazed at the number of people I've through Passions that have found their significant other on-line.Some have met through email, some through chat or forums, some through personal ads.It’s like, the poets really know what they’re talking about, you know?

From long-distance relationships to one night stands, here are some love poems to help you get by. Cummings more than anyone on the earth and i like you better than everything in the sky -sunlight and singing welcome your coming although winter may be everywhere with such a silence and such a darkness noone can quite begin to guess (except my life)the true time of year- Complete Poem Your relationship isn’t new anymore: it’s evolved into a simple extension of who you are.

You’re single, and fairly happily so, but you can’t help but wonder what (or who’s) around the corner waiting for you. Complete Poem That first wave of love, that first moment of infatuation and adoration, is the best feeling in the world. This is the poem for ecstatic and lazy afternoons in bed, in those first six months of a relationship. My True Love Hath My Heart And I Have His, Sir Philip Sidney, 1580 My true love hath my heart and I have his, By just exchange one for another given; I hold his dear, and mine he cannot miss, There never was a better bargain driven. You can be completely immersed in the throes of young love, but still blanche at the prospect of a lifetime with just one person, cause, well, forever is really scary. If you’re very very lucky, and find absolutely the right person, forever might start to not look so bad, as sweetly and perfectly expressed in Robert Browning’s Grow Old Along With Me, 1812. The best is yet to be, The last of life, for which the first was made: Our times are in His hand Who saith “A whole I planned, Youth shows but half; trust God: see all, nor be afraid! I no longer love her, that’s certain, but maybe I love her. Because through nights like this one I held her in my arms my soul is not satisfied that it has lost her.

A case in point is the latest pressgasm currently making the rounds about how scientists have “proven” what date Sappho’s was written.

Sadly, the coverage was tainted from the press release stage with the result — since no one apparently felt the need to check sources — that calendrical precision is being claimed when none really exists.

You’ve been alone a loooong time, and aren’t even sure what to expect from love anymore. O Tell Me The Truth About Love, by WH Auden, 1939 Our history books refer to it In cryptic little notes, It’s quite a common topic on The Transatlantic boats; I’ve found the subject mentioned in Accounts of suicides, And even seen it scribbled on The backs of railway guides. LOVE, Billy Collins And because of all that, he seemed a little awkward in his happiness to see her … by Emily Dickinson, 1861 Futile – the Winds – To a Heart in port – Done with the Compass – Done with the Chart! ” couples need to actually be in each other’s presence! Though this be the last pain that she makes me suffer and these the last verses that I write for her.

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