Poetry Notebook

This is a sample poetry notebook from a former student:



378852_220279254_17c20cbec5Love’s Facade
Selected by dorikar


If it wasn’t for love, the world wouldn’t technically exits. When I think about love, poetry comes to mind, same as when I think about poetry love comes to mind: passion, commitment,intimacy, and affection. But there’s something behind all the lovey-dovey feelings, the heart shaped chocolates, and sparks; there is more to love than that. The word L O V E is loosing its once-so-intense meaning day by day and it is important to commemorate and love once again.


This note book contains poems about head-over-heal-love, tough love, forbidden love, etc. love.

A Perfume by John Koethe
Be Drunk by Charles Baudelaire
Blue by May Swenson
Dangerous for Girls by Connie Voisine
Heart’s Needle by W. D. Snodgrass
How Do I Love Thee? (Sonnet 43) by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I Love You by Sara Teasdale
Love in a Life by Robert Browning
No, Love Is Not Dead by Robert Desnos
Sally’s Hair by John Koethe
The Definition of Love by Andrew Marvell
The More Loving One by W. H. Auden
The Question answerd by William Blake
True Love by Robert Penn Warren
Wedding Dress by Michael Waters

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