Silence In The Meadow

Silence in the meadow
As we lay amidst the flowers
Young lovers entwined
In the moonlit hours
When love is keenly felt
We succumb to cupids powers
But as night gives way to day
The love we feel is ours

The Aftermath

Young lovers make love in the open air in a poem which is sensitive rather than sexual in its depiction.


Romantic Love Poems


Poems of True Love

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