Love poems: 50 most beautiful and romantic Love poems

If there is a category that has made love a trademark it is certainly that of poets. Great writers of all time have been able to transform this sentiment into words better than anyone else.

A kind of magic that we want to present in this small selection of love poems. Timeless words that well represent love in all its nuances and that speak directly to the heart and with the heart.

So here are the most beautiful and romantic love poems of all time that will make us feel the strongest vibrations born of this emotion. Discover them now!

Bird-Understander” by Craig Arnold

These are your own words your way of noticing and saying plainly of not turning away from hurt

you have offered them to me I am only giving them back

if only I could show you how very useless they are not

Craig Arnold

If you must love me

If you must love me, for nothing
but love.
Never do not say:
I love you for the smile,
for the look,
the kindness of speaking,
the way of thinking so consistent with mine,
which made me peaceful one day.
These are all things
that can change, beloved,
in itself or for you, a love
so born could then die.
And do not love me out of pity for tears
that wet my face.
Those who have long had your comfort can forget crying
and lose you.
Only for love love me – and forever, for eternity.


Rest next to me.
Do not go.
I will watch over you.
I will protect you.
You will regret anything but coming to me, freely, proudly. I love you.
I have no thoughts that are not yours; I have no desire in my blood that is not for you.
You know it.
I do not see any other companion in my life, I do not see any other joy.
Stay. Relax.
Don’t be afraid of anything.
Sleep tonight on my heart …

Follow love

at the back where we squat outside, eating popcorn

the edge of the receding glacier

where painfully and with wonder at having survived even this far

we are learning to make fire

Love and Friendship” by Emily Brontë

Love is like the wild rose-briar,

Friendship is like the holly-tree

The olly is dark when the rose-briar blooms

But which will bloom more constantly?

St. Paul

Let love be all there is

That love is all that exists
It is what we know of love;
And it may be enough that its weight is
equal to the groove it leaves in the heart.

Eugenio Montale

give me your hand

Give me your hand …
Now everything weighs half …

(Federico García Lorca

Because I love you

Because I love you, at night I came to you
so impetuous and hesitant
and you will no longer be able to forget me
your soul I have come to steal.
Now she is mine – completely belongs to me
in bad and good,
from my impetuous and daring love
no angel will be able to save you.

Jorge Luis Borges

Leave your heart

Let your heart
finally burst,
yield, bud, yield.
The spirit of flowering
has fallen upon you.
Can you still remain
a bud?

Walt Whitman

If you are late to find me, insist

If you are late to find me, insist.
If I am nowhere,
look in another, because I am
sitting somewhere,
waiting for you …
and if you do not find me anymore, deep in your eyes,
then it means that I am inside you.

Paul Éluard

I hate and love 

I hate and love. Why do you do this, you wonder maybe.
I don’t know, but I feel it happening and I torment myself.