30+ Cute Love Poems: Deep & Beautiful

Hey there, dreamers and believers in all things sweet and magical! Beautiful verses can make your heart flutter like a butterfly. These cute poems are like little love notes from the heart, filled with affection and joy. Cute love poems will make your heart smile and bring smiles to the faces of those you love.

Have you ever wanted to tell someone you care about how much they mean to you in a most romantic way possible? Heartwarming and adorable love poems will make your feelings shine brighter than a thousand stars. So, whether you’re a romantic at heart or just want to celebrate your love, these cute love poems are like little keys that open doors to deeper connections and warmer relationships. Let’s turn any moment into a heartwarming experience with cutest love poems.

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My Light

You are the light of my life,
The one who makes everything right,
Your love, a melody in my heart,
Forever and always, my sweetheart.

Such Simple Love by Thomas McGrath

All night long I hear the sleepers toss
Between the darkened window and the wall.
The madman’s whimper and the lover’s voice,
The worker’s whisper and the sick child’s call—
Knowing them all

I’d walk a mile, maybe, hearing some cat
Crying its guts out, to throttle it by hand,
Such simple love I had. I wished I might—
Or God might—answer each call in person and
Each poor demand.

Well, I’d have been better off sleeping myself.
These fancies had some sentimental charm,
But love without direction is a cheap blanket
And even if it did no one any harm,
No one is warm.

You came into my life like a star

You came into my life like a star
And filled my heart with joy
You took my pain as if it was yours
And gave me love that no one could.
You gave me a shoulder to cry on
You were my pillar when I was falling
You were my strength when I felt low
With your smile, you made my living on earth worthwhile.

Sunshine to My Soul

Your smile is sunshine to my soul,
Your touch a warm embrace;
My love for you will never grow old.

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For Us

Don’t want it to pass,
Don’t want to let it go.
Hope it will last till my last breath
And stay with me till the last moment.
My skin craves your hugs and cuddles.
The racing of heart and the calmness around,
Mellow voices of beating heart
What does it say?
Let the rest of the world fall apart.
Stay still and shower me,
With slow kisses and caresses.
We are all we need.

To say I love you

To say I love you,
Takes a few seconds to say,
But to explain that feeling,
I’ll need a whole day.
And to show it to you,
Will take my whole life,
And that is the reason,
I want you as my wife.

Soothing Love

Your touch, like a soothing balm,
Brings calm to my soul,
like a peaceful psalm,
Your love, like a symphony of joy,
Fills my heart, forever to enjoy.

Whenever I See You

When I see you
In my face, I go red
When you look at me
I can’t even take a step ahead
When I hear your voice
I begin to soar and fly
When you hug me
I see only fuzzy with my eyes
You seem to really have
Some power over me
Or maybe it’s just that
I think you’re a hottie

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You Are My All

In your eyes, I see my world,
In your heart, I find my home,
With you, I am complete,
Forever and always, my love.

Bird-Understander by Craig Arnold

Of many reasons I love you here is one

the way you write me from the gate at the airport
so I can tell you everything will be alright

so you can tell me there is a bird
trapped in the terminal all the people
ignoring it because they do not know
what to do with it except to leave it alone
until it scares itself to death

it makes you terribly terribly sad

You wish you could take the bird outside
and set it free or (failing that)
call a bird-understander
to come help the bird

All you can do is notice the bird
and feel for the bird and write
to tell me how language feels
impossibly useless

but you are wrong

You are a bird-understander
better than I could ever be
who make so many noises
and call them song

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

You gave light to my soul

You gave light to my soul
You helped me to be whole
I have felt love for you before
And it will be more and more,
You are mine, my dear
You are the angel from above
Who taught me how to love.
Please, forever keep me near.

Love by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

We cannot live, except thus mutually
We alternate, aware or unaware,
The reflex act of life: and when we bear
Our virtue onward most impulsively,
Most full of invocation, and to be
Most instantly compellant, certes, there
We live most life, whoever breathes most air
And counts his dying years by sun and sea.
But when a soul, by choice and conscience, doth
Throw out her full force on another soul,
The conscience and the concentration both
Make mere life, Love. For Life in perfect whole
And aim consummated, is Love in sooth,
As nature’s magnet-heat rounds pole with pole.

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Forces of the Universe

Call it magic or gifts of the universe.
But like the earth rotating around the sun,
My heart yearns for yours,
As we share sweet walks in the rain.
Like the very laws that guide, I’m writing down the words,
Guided by the forces of the universe.

Shall I Tell You

My head is spinning,
My heart is racing
Should I tell you, do I say?
Whenever I see you, my thoughts begin to stray
You’re more to me than you know
I just hope that my love for you will show.

How happy is the little stone by Emily Dickinson

How happy is the little Stone
That rambles in the Road alone,
And doesn’t care about Careers
And Exigencies never fears—
Whose Coat of elemental Brown
A passing Universe put on,
And independent as the Sun
Associates or glows alone,
Fulfilling absolute Decree
In casual simplicity—

In Her Eyes

In her eyes, I saw what a thousand future holds.
In her eyes, my day calls for joy.
In her eyes, the moon shines bright.
In her eyes, even the oceans make their wishes.
In her eyes, lies the desire for love.
In her eyes, I see two luminous stars.

Dear Crush

I am slightly overwhelmed
A bit nervous and jittery
I am acting very cautious
I’m filled with anxiety
My heart has compelled me
To do something I’m about to
Which is to confess that
I have a crush on you

The Trouble with Geraniums by Mervyn Peake

The trouble with geraniums
is that they’re much too red!
The trouble with my toast is that
it’s far too full of bread.

The trouble with a diamond
is that it’s much too bright.
The same applies to fish and stars
and the electric light.

The troubles with the stars I see
lies in the way they fly.
The trouble with myself is all
self-centred in the eye.

The trouble with my looking-glass
is that it shows me, me;
there’s trouble in all sorts of things
where it should never be.

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A Symphony Together

Your love is a symphony,
A song that fills my heart;
Together, we are meant to be.

Hold Your Head High

Don’t stop smiling,
Hide the tears in your eyes.
Don’t stop smiling,
Shine like a star in a gloomy sky.
Don’t stop smiling,
Hold your head high.

Every time You Come Closer

Every time we are near each other
I feel a hummingbird in my chest
moving rapidly
I know we are very good friends
And I don’t want to ruin anything
This my heart out on a silver platter
I have a crush on you

A Red, Red Rose by Robert Burns

O my Luve is like a red, red rose
That’s newly sprung in June;
O my Luve is like the melody
That’s sweetly played in tune.
So fair art thou, my bonnie lass,
So deep in love am I;
And I will love thee still, my dear,
Till a’ the seas gang dry.
Till a’ the seas gang dry, my dear,
And the rocks melt wi’ the sun;
I will love thee still, my dear,
While the sands o’ life shall run.
And fare thee weel, my only luve!
And fare thee weel awhile!
And I will come again, my luve,
Though it were ten thousand mile.

Love Song by William Carlos Williams

I lie here thinking of you:—

the stain of love
is upon the world!
Yellow, yellow, yellow
it eats into the leaves,
smears with saffron
the horned branches that lean
against a smooth purple sky!
There is no light
only a honey-thick stain
that drips from leaf to leaf
and limb to limb
spoiling the colors
of the whole world—

you far off there under
the wine-red selvage of the west!

Before You Came by Faiz Ahmed Faiz

Before you came,
Things were as they should be:
The sky was the dead-end of sight,
The road was just a road, wine merely wine.
Now everything is like my heart,
A color at the edge of blood:
The grey of your absence, the color of poison, of thorns,
The gold when we meet, the season ablaze,
The yellow of autumn, the red of flowers, of flames,
And the black when you cover the earth
With the coal of dead fires.
And the sky, the road, the glass of wine
The sky is a shirt wet with tears,
The road a vein about to break,
And the glass of wine a mirror in which
The sky, the road, the world keep changing.
Don’t leave now that you’re here—
Stay. So the world may become itself again.
So the sky may be the sky,
The road a road,
And the glass of wine not a mirror, just a glass of wine.

The People Upstairs by Ogden Nash

The people upstairs all practise ballet
Their living room is a bowling alley
Their bedroom is full of conducted tours.
Their radio is louder than yours,
They celebrate week-ends all the week.
When they take a shower, your ceilings leak.
They try to get their parties to mix
By supplying their guests with Pogo sticks,
And when their fun at last abates,
They go to the bathroom on roller skates.
I might love the people upstairs more
If only they lived on another floor.

Resignation by Nikki Giovanni

I love you
because the Earth turns round the sun
because the North wind blows north
because the Pope is Catholic
and most Rabbis Jewish
because the winters flow into springs
and the air clears after a storm
because only my love for you
despite the charms of gravity
keeps me from falling off this Earth
into another dimension
I love you
because it is the natural order of things…

One Day I Wrote Her Name Upon the Strand by Edmund Spenser

One day I wrote her name upon the strand,
But came the waves and washed it away:
Again I wrote it with a second hand,
But came the tide, and made my pains his prey.
“Vain man,” said she, “that dost in vain assay,
A mortal thing so to immortalize;
For I myself shall like to this decay,
And eke my name be wiped out likewise.”
“Not so,” (quod I) “let baser things devise
To die in dust, but you shall live by fame:
My verse your virtues rare shall eternize,
And in the heavens write your glorious name
Where when as death shall all the world subdue,
Our love shall live, and later life renew.

The More Loving One by W.H. Auden

Were all stars to disappear or die,
I should learn to look at an empty sky
And feel its total dark sublime,
Though this might take me a little time.

I Loved You by Alexander Pushkin

I loved you, and I probably still do,
And for a while, the feeling may remain.
But let my love no longer trouble you,
I do not wish to cause you any pain.
I loved you, and the hopelessness I knew,
The jealousy, the shyness – though in vain –
Made up a love so tender and so true
As may God grant you to be loved again.

A Butterfly Talks by Annette Wynne

A butterfly talks to each flower
And stops to eat and drink,
And I have seen one lighting
In a quiet spot to think;
For there are many things he sees that puzzle him, indeed,
And I believe he thinks as well as some who write and read.