Romantic poems are pieces of poetry containing language of love. These love poems are used to show your special someone how much you love and care for them. Each of us has different meaning for the word romantic. While some consider giving flowers and gifts to their loved ones as romantic, some may define it as showing appreciation and care for them through words. There are also some that don’t even know what romantic stands for.
In this section, we have included some of the best romantic poems that you can share to your someone special. There are love poems for girlfriend and boyfriend, there are poems about romance for wife and husband. Depending on your need, you may use these romantic love poems for cards and love cards. Take a look at some love poems for him on our other section.
Romantic Poems #1
Why is it that I sit here and wait?
Hanging here like a bait
Waiting for your warm touch
Oh, how I long for this so much.
Your kisses give shiver to my spine
Just like drinking our favorite red wine
I’m longing for your warm embrace
Will hold you close until the end of days.
Romantic Poems #2
You and I
We are not Romeo and Juliet
But it seems that it’s been years that we’ve met
When your eyes looked into mine
I know I’ll be mighty fine.
When our lips met and locked
It’s as if we’ve stopped the clock
Everything was in slow motion
As we share this lovely passion.
You and I are meant to be
Young and lost, so carefree
Lost in this endless obsession
Just you and I, in unison.
Romantic Poems #3
Here I am sitting in my room,
Thinking’ I need time to be alone,
Oh! Will someone hear my words,
My world is torn into two by a sword.
Now I am completely sure,
I’ve found what I’ve been looking for;
To you my love is truly real,
To prove it?
To others my heart is already sealed.
So I ran to your house one day,
Someone told me your never ending miles away;
Is it too late for me to tell you?
I just came by to say I love you.
Without a single food I left,
There’s no cup of water that I kept;
Coz with your memories I’ll never be thirsty,
And your love serves as my energy.
The longest bridge was what I crossed hurriedly,
And sailed to the river of Mississippi,
I dove faithfully to the deepest ocean,
And took the journey in a vast sea of sand.
I’ve searched to the deepest and the widest,
I even reached the longest and the farthest,
But why can’t I still see your face?
Even at the edge of the outer space.
I ceased searching and rested for a while,
Recalling’ the memories you left behind;
Thinkin’ bout’ you being never ending miles away,
What does this mean by the way?
Kept thinking about this a hundred times,
At last I got the idea of the thoughts behind;
My heart was then shattered when it made me said,
How can I see a person who was already dead???
Romantic Poems #4
To Where You Are
We have been thousand miles apart,
Have you heard the call of my heart?;
You seem so near but yet too far,
Can you take me to where you are?
The birds are blessed to have their wings,
And they’re free to do anything;
I wish I’m free to heal the scar,
And fly like them to where you are.
My heart will always be with you,
I tell you my feelings are true;
My thoughts are with you though you’re far,
Wish they’ll take me to where you are.
God has truly heard my prayers,
And someday I’ll find the answers;
So I’ll wait and see you later,
‘til my prayers will take me there.
Romantic Poems #5
Still I Remember
I could remember well the day we met,
We took few steps in the shore as the sun set;
I looked in your eyes and my heart skipped a beat,
I then knew love sparked a bit.
Then we both gazed at the stars on bright nights,
Overwhelmed by the melody of the waves in the lovers’ site;
The cool breeze witnessed the smiles carved in our faces,
Still I remember the days of our sweet kisses.
And together we sang the lovers’ notes,
Strummed the rhythm of each other’s oaths;
That you and I will never be apart,
Still I remember the vow of endless love in our hearts.
But gone are those days of heavenly bliss,
For you left and eternity was but a miss,
My heart drops a tear when I walk alone in the shore,
Still I remember the love that you tore.
Memories that haunt me sweetly,
Will also be cherished deep within me;
When you gave the lesser part of your heart’s core,
Still I learned to love you more.