The best poems on Love poetry

Posted by: Marilů Rossi
in Poems (Love)
The brawling of a sparrow in the eaves,
The brilliant moon and all the milky sky,
And all that famous harmony of leaves,
Had blotted out man's image and his cry.

A girl arose that had red mournful lips
And seemed the greatness of the world in tears,
Doomed like Odysseus and the labouring ships
And proud as Priam murdered with his peers;

Arose, and on the instant clamorous eaves,
A climbing moon upon an empty sky,
And all that lamentation of the leaves,
Could but compose man's image and his cry.
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    Posted by: Marianna Mansueto
    in Poems (Love)
    To fall asleep,
    my love, and wake up a hundred years later... "
    " No,
    my century doesn't scare me.

    I'm not a deserter.
    My miserable,
    shameful century,
    my daring,
    heroic century.

    I never regretted I was born too soon.
    I'm a child of the twentieth century
    and proud of it.
    It's enough for me
    to join the ranks in the twentieth century
    on our side
    and fight for a new world... "

    " No, earlier--in spite of everything
    And my dying, dawning century,
    when those who laugh last will laugh best
    (my awful night that come to light with rising cries),
    will be all sunshine,
    like your eyes... "
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      Posted by: Silvana Stremiz
      in Poems (Love)
      Lay your sleeping head, my love
      Human on my faithless arm;
      Time and fevers burn away
      Individual beauty from
      Thoughtful children, and the grave
      Proves the child ephemeral;
      But in my arms till break of day
      Let the living creature lie:
      Mortal, guilty, but to me
      The entirely beautiful.
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