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How to write a Poem


Three Love Poems ANYONE Can Write

by Jennifer Good

Couples are always on the lookout for new and fun ways to express their love for their partner. One creative outlet is through poetry. In fact, in frequent polls at Lovingyou.com, a love poem is often cited as the number one gift a person would like to receive from their partner. To many this could be considered an arduous challenge. The good news is it doesn’t have to be. With a few tools and little bit of creativity you can be on your way to wooing your partner’s heart through their poetic heartstrings.

One of the easiest and quickest ways to write a poem is using a format called an acrostic. An acrostic poem is where every line starts with a letter of a word that is displayed vertically. For example:

In case you were in doubt that my

Love is not true, remember this
Only you can make me feel
Vulnerably, completely and
Entirely in love with

You
Only and always
Unconditionally you

Note that if you look at the first letter of each line, you will see “I love you” written vertically. This is an especially fun format when you use your names. For example, Jason Loves Julie, or My Love Teresa. You do not need to write sentences like in the example above. A simple word for each line is more than appropriate. To help, in the process, listed below are a few adjectives for each letter of the alphabet.

Addiction
Advice
Affair
Affection
Agape
Anniversaries
Aphrodisiac
Athena
Beautiful
Beauty
Bedroom
Behold
Betroth
Breakup
Bride
Candle
Care
Cassinova
Chocolate
Climax
Cologne
Commitment
Companion
Compassionate
Compatibility
Dance
Delectable
Delight
Diamond
Emotion
Endorphins
Engagement
Erotic
Eyes
Flirting
Flowers
Friendship
Gallant
Gesture
Grand
Gratifying
Groom
Heart
Heartbreak
Honesty
Infatuation
Intimacy
Irrestible
Kind
Kindle
Kiss
Kissing
Knight
Libido
Lingerie
Loving
Lust
Manogomy
Marriage
Mood
Orgasm
Oysters
Partner
Passion
Prowess
Quickie
Relationship
Remarriage
Respect
Romance
Roses
Seduction
Sensuality
Sexual
Single
Spiritual
Spouse
Surprise
Undesired
Unrequited
Valentine
Values
Wedding
Wisdom

Another fun and easy poetry format is a cinquain poem. Cinqains have five lines. Each line must contain a certain element. Here is the standard format.
Line 1: Title (noun) – 1 word
Line 2: Description – 2 words
Line 3: Action – 3 words
Line 4: Feeling (phrase) – 4 words
Line 5: Title (synonym for the title) – 1 word

An example cinqain:

Lover
Exquisite, divine
Need to touch
Wishing you were here
You

Cinqains are great when sent as a quick loving note in an email, at the end of a letter or hidden in a special place for your partner to find.

The last of our three poems is a personal favorite. There are so many ways to present this poem that every one you make will always feel individual and personal to your partner. What could this fun format be? A rebus love poemof course! You probably already know that a rebus is a message made out of pictures. When you create a rebus love poem, you make it mostly out of pictures. You can choose to draw images, use stickers or find free clip art online. You are only limited by your imagination. In fact, one creative way to write a rebus love poem is with miniature (or full size for a BIG impression) candy bars. Here is an example rebus poem.

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