78 Love Poems for Her to Fill Her with Inner Warmth

78 Love Poems for Her to Fill Her with Inner Warmth

Love is an exquisite emotion that transcends words and goes straight to the heart. When you find that extraordinary person who makes your heart skip a beat, it is natural to want to express your love for her in the most sincere and poetic way. So, in this article, I have collected 78 love poems for her that will not only make her feel cherished by you but will also emphasize your deep affection for her.

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78 Love Poems for Her to Fill Her with Inner Warmth

From succinct expressions to passionate proclamations, these poems capture the essence of love in all its forms. Short and sweet, the concise love poems convey deep emotions in just a few lines, leaving an everlasting mark on the hearts of both the reader and the beloved. On the other hand, if you prefer a more assertive and spirited style, look no further than the passionate verses that await you. These poems exude raw intensity and unwavering affection. So, lose yourself in the splendor of expressing love through poetry. Immerse yourself in its captivating world and let it stir the deepest part of your being.

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Short Love Poems for Her

‘She Walks in Beauty’ by Lord Byron

She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes;
Thus mellowed to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.

‘My Special Lady’ by James Greene

To a very lovely lady,
That I have come to know.
Oh darling I do pray,
That this love will continue to grow.

‘Our Love’ by John P. Read

L is for “laughter” we had along the way.
O is for “optimism” you gave me every day.
V is for “value” of being my best friend.
E is for “eternity,” a love that has no end.

‘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.

‘Sunshine to My Soul’

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

‘You Draw Me In’

Your eyes, like pools of deep blue,
Draw me in, they’re all I see and pursue,
Your love, like a warm embrace,
Fills my soul with a gentle grace.

‘Like a Rose, Forever Yours’

Like a rose, you bloom and grow,
Your beauty, a wonder to behold,
My heart, forever yours to keep,
As we journey through life, step by step.

‘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.

‘A Symphony Together’

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

‘You Bring Me Light’

Your smile is like the sun,
Bringing light to every day,
I am blessed to be with you,
Forever and always,
Come what may.

Best Love Poems for Her

‘Sonnet XLIX’ by Pablo Neruda

No one can stop the river of your hands,
your eyes and their sleepiness, my dearest.
You are the trembling of time, which passes
between the vertical light and the darkening sky.

‘Until You Came’ by James Toles

There’s not a precious moment,
where I do not want to give you my entire day.
The passion between us is strong,
ferocious to those that see.
The feelings that are shared between us.
Me for you and you for me.

‘No Matter What’ by Angie M Flores

There will be unforgivable mistakes that you bring upon me,
but no matter what, “I will always love you.”
There will be lies told to me in which you test my trust in you,
but no matter what, “I will always love you.”

‘Every Time You Say I Love You’ by Shelagh Bullman

My whole being surrenders
With everything you do,
And all because those precious words
You say … are … I LOVE YOU.

‘Why I Love Thee’ by Sadakichi Hartmann

Why I love thee?
Ask why the seawind wanders,
Why the shore is aflush with the tide,
Why the moon through heaven meanders;
Like seafaring ships that ride
On a sullen, motionless deep;
Why the seabirds are fluttering the strand
Where the waves sing themselves to sleep
And starshine lives in the curves of the sand!

‘Serenade’ by Djuna Barnes

Three words, “I love you,” and the whole is said—
The greatness of it throbs from sun to sun;
I’m not asking you to walk,
But—can’t you run?

Sweet Love Poems for Her

‘You Won My Heart’

Your love is like a summer breeze,
Filling me with joy and ease,
With every touch, my heart is won,
Forever and always, my only one.

‘A Simple Peace’

In your arms,
I find my peace,
A love that lasts,
And will never cease.

‘You Are My Flame’

You are the light of my life,
With you, everything feels right,
Your love, a sweet and gentle flame,
Forever burning bright, never tamed.

‘A Glimpse Of Love’

Your eyes are like windows to your soul,
A glimpse into a love that’s true;
A love that makes me whole.

‘A Warm Love’

Your smile is like the sun,
Bringing warmth to everyone,
Your laughter, a song so sweet,
With you by my side, life’s complete.

‘My Sweet One’

With you, my heart’s complete,
Filled with love,
That’s pure and sweet.

‘A Calm Heart’

Your love, like a gentle rain,
Soothes my soul, relieves my pain,
You calm my heart, bring me peace,
My love for you will never cease.

‘You Light Me Up’

Your smile is like sunshine,
A ray of hope and light;
A love that’s forever mine.

Deep Love Poems for Her

‘Galaxy Love’ by Gerald Stern

There’s too little time left to measure
the space between us for that was
long ago—that time—so just lie
under the dark blue quilt and put
the fat pillows with the blue slip

‘The Embrace’ by Mark Doty

So when I saw your unguarded, reliable face,
your unmistakable gaze opening all the warmth
and clarity of —warm brown tea—we held
each other for the time the dream allowed.

‘How to Love‘ by January Gill O’ Neil

As they amble away, you wonder if they want
to be startled back into this world. Maybe you do, too,
waiting for all this to give way to love itself,
to look into the eyes of another and feel something—
the pleasure of a new lover in the unbroken night,
your wings folded around him, on the other side
of this ragged January, as if a long sleep has ended.

‘Sonnet XLII’ by William Shakespeare

If I lose thee, my loss is my love’s gain,
And losing her, my friend hath found that loss;
Both find each other, and I lose both twain,
And both for my sake lay on me this cross:
But here’s the joy; my friend and I are one;
Sweet flattery! then she loves but me alone.

‘Blessed In Your Arms’

My heart is yours forevermore,
A love that’s pure and sweet;
Together we’ll always soar high above.
With every breath, my heart beats true.
A love that’s deep, forever new;
A passion that ignites my soul, and makes my life feel whole.
Your eyes, a window to your soul,
A love that’s true, forever whole; in your arms, I find my rest,
A love that’s pure, forever blessed.

‘My Heart Sings’

Your love is like a summer breeze,
That fills my heart with sweet release;
A love that’s pure and always new,
A bond that holds me close to you.
With every beat, my heart sings loud,
A love that’s true, forever proud.

‘The Rose’

My love for you is like a rose,
A bloom that in my heart grows;
With petals soft and sweet to touch, a love that means so very much.
Your smile, a light that fills my soul, a love that’s deep, forever whole;
In your eyes, I see my fate, a love that’s pure and never late.
With every breath, I feel your grace, a love that shines on every face;
Forever bound, heart and soul, our love a never-ending goal.

‘Stronger Everyday’

Your touch is like a sunlit ray,
That warms my heart and brightens days;
A love that’s sweet and always true,
A bond that holds me close to you.
With every moment we’re together,
Our love grows stronger, now and forevermore;
A passion that ignites our souls,
A love that’s meant for us to hold.

‘Through the Darkest Night’

Your love is like a candle flame,
That shines on through the darkest night;
A love that’s true and never tame,
A bond that holds us close and tight.
With every breath, my heart takes flight,
A love that’s pure, forever bright.

Heart Melt Love Poems for Her

‘Love Sonnet XI’ by Pablo Neruda

I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair.
Silent and starving, I prowl through the streets.
Bread does not nourish me, dawn disrupts me, all day
I hunt for the liquid measure of your steps.

I hunger for your sleek laugh,
your hands the color of a savage harvest,
hunger for the pale stones of your fingernails,
I want to eat your skin like a whole almond.

I want to eat the sunbeam flaring in your lovely body,
the sovereign nose of your arrogant face,
I want to eat the fleeting shade of your lashes,

and I pace around hungry, sniffing the twilight,
hunting for you, for your hot heart,
like a puma in the barrens of Quitratue.

‘Silence is Golden’ by Shelagh Bullman

They say silence is Golden,
I believe it is true,
Because in that Golden silence,
my thoughts occur of you.

You are the flame in my candle
that lights the darkness of my room,
You are the scented flowers
that makes my heart full bloom.

You are the butterflies
that flicker in my stomach all day long,
When I know I will be holding you
before my day is done.

You are the stars that shimmer and shine,
You light up the skies above
In this Golden silence
it’s truly you I love.

‘In the Bone-Cracking Cold’ by M. Bartley Seigel

On this cross-quarter day, quick to temper and cool,
your long lashes startle me with their rime of hoarfrost,
and I am snared like a rabbit pulled into your gravity
by the run of our long love affair together. The seasons race past,
one following another, and the rising sap is soon to halo the maples again.
I will happily freeze in the bone-cracking cold, just to watch you
walk slowly through this sugarbush, rare as a sundog
incandescent in a fog of softly falling snow.

‘If I Thought’ by Dana Schwartz

If I thought for just one moment that this would be my last breath,
I’d tell you I’ll love you forever, even beyond death.
If I thought for just one moment that your face would be the last I’d see,
I’d take a million pictures and save them just for me.
If I thought for just one moment that your voice would be the last I’d hear,
I’d listen attentively and promise not to shed a tear.
If I thought for just one moment that your touch would be the last I’d feel,
I’d embrace you and know that this has all been real.
If I thought for just one moment that my heart would beat its last beat,
I’d thank the Lord for allowing us to meet.

‘You Melt Me’

With every breath, my heart begins to thaw
As ice-cold walls give way to warmth and awe
The frost that once consumed me starts to fade
And in its place, a fiery passion’s made
As snowflakes melt and trickle down my skin
I feel the warmth of love that burns within
And in this heat, my heart begins to soar
Melting away the cold and frozen core.

‘My Heart Melts’

Flames flicker, dance, and leap within my heart
Melting away the ice that kept me apart
Now I am consumed by this fiery desire
My soul ablaze, my heart a burning pyre
Love’s heat melts my heart, sets my spirit free.

‘Forever Changed’

The heat of love can melt the coldest heart,
A flame that burns, consumes and leaves its mark
I’m forever changed by your passion’s fiery art.

‘A Love That Burns Bright’

Your words pour over me like honey, thick and sweetest
Melting my heart until it puddles at your lovely feet
I feel the heat of your gaze, a warm and gentle embrace
That slowly thaws my soul, and leaves me in a sweet daze
As we melt into each other, all boundaries disappear
Our love a river that flows, pure and crystal clear
I am lost in your embrace, swept away by your gentle touch
My heart melts under your gaze, I cannot get enough
Your love is like a furnace, burning bright and truest
Melting away my fears, until all that’s left is only you
We are two hearts that beat as one, no longer ever apart
Forever intertwined, melting together, heart to heart.

‘Intertwined Forever’

Our souls intertwined, we become one
Passion ignites, like the setting sun
Melting away all that was once done.

‘Light Up The World’

Our love is like a river, flowing deep and wide
A current that sweeps us along, with every rippling tide
We are swept away by passion’s flow, lost in its embrace
As we melt into each other, no barriers can we trace
Our love is like a flame, burning bright and true
A fire that consumes us both, leaving nothing but me and you
We are two souls entwined, bound together by desire
Melting into each other, our love an unquenchable fire
And as we burn with love, we light up the world around us.

Romantic Love Poems for Her

‘Together by the Sea’

With the ocean breeze and sand beneath our feet,
We walk on the beach, just you and me.
The waves crashing, a symphony so sweet,
Our hearts entwined, forever to be.
This moment of love, an eternal retreat.

‘To Be Mine’

My heart beats faster with every thought of you,
My love for you is pure and ever-true,
I dream of a future where we are wed,
A life together, just you and me, ahead.
To hold your hand and look into your eyes,
As my wife, my love, my everything, my prize.

‘Our Love: the Dream that will Never Fade’

Beneath the sun-kissed skies, we find,
A paradise that’s truly one of a kind,
On golden sands, we stroll hand in hand,
The ocean’s symphony, like a love band.
The sea breeze carries the scent of romance,
Our hearts entwined, lost in a sweet trance,
A tropical holiday, our love’s sweet serenade,
Forever in our memories, like a dream that won’t fade.

‘The Passion of Love’

Our bodies entwine,
A dance of passion divine,
Love’s sweetest design,
Amidst the soft glow,
Our love’s flame begins to grow,
A candlelit dinner for two,
My heart overflows with love for you.

‘An Eternal Embrace’

In my dreams, you visit me, a vision of love, so real to see,
You come to me in the night, a radiant star, shining bright.
As we dance in the moonlight, our love’s flame burns with delight,
Your touch, your kiss, a blissful sensation,
A dreamlike world, our own creation.
In the morning light, you fade away,
But your memory lingers throughout the day,
In my heart, you hold a special place,
As my dream lover, my eternal embrace.

‘Midnight Feast’

Soft candlelight, a table set for two,
The air filled with scents, a romantic hue,
The clink of glasses, a toast to love,
As we sit, hand in hand, like two love doves.
The first course arrives, a delicacy divine,
A feast for the senses, like sweet wine,
The conversation flows, like a river of gold,
As we share our stories, so dear to hold.
The main course served, a symphony of taste,
As we savor the flavors, with love interlaced,
Our eyes locked, like stars in the night,
As we bask in the glow of love’s sweet light.
Dessert, a treat for the heart and soul,
As we indulge in the sweetness, like lovers whole,
The evening fades, like a dream to depart,
But our love lingers on, forever in our hearts.

Poems to Make Her Fall in Love

‘We Are Meant to Be’

Our love is a story, yet untold,
A bond that’s rare, a love so bold.
With you by my side, I feel alive,
A love that is real, a feeling to thrive.
We complement each other, like night and day,
Together we are better, in every way.
Our love is destiny, meant to be,
Forever and always, just you and me.

‘A Beauty Second to None’

Every step you take is like a dance,
Graceful and effortless, a stunning romance.
Your walk, a sight that turns heads around,
A beauty that leaves my heart spellbound.

Your voice, a melody that soothes my soul,
A sweet serenade that makes me feel whole.
Your laughter, a joy that fills me with light,
A pure delight that makes everything feel right.

In all that you do, you shine like the sun,
A radiant beauty, second to none.
Watching you dance, walk, sing and laugh,
Is a pure bliss, a love that forever will last.

‘The Moment I Knew’

At a party,
our eyes first met,
And my heart skipped a beat,
I’ll never forget.
You smiled at me,
and my world stood still,
love at first sight,
a feeling so surreal.

Your beauty shone like a radiant star,
And I knew from that moment,
you’d steal my heart.
That party was just the start of our story,
a tale of love,
forever and always in glory.

‘The Verse to My Song’

You are the verse to my heart’s song,
The harmony that makes my soul belong.
Your love is the rhythm that makes me dance,
Together, our love creates a magical romance.

‘Thank You Lord For Us’

Oh, God, I thank you every day,
For bringing her into my life to stay.
She’s the sunshine that brightens my day,
The love that lifts me when I’m astray.

In her embrace, I find my peace,
A love that will never cease.
She’s the gift that I treasure most,
A love that I’ll always boast.

Oh, God, I thank you for your grace,
For bringing her to me in this blessed space.
Together, we’ll praise you, forever and a day,
For the love that you’ve brought our way.

‘Awaiting Your Return’

Every moment without you feels so long,
My heart aches, and I know something is wrong.
I wait for you to return, my love,
To hold you close, like a hand in a perfect glove.
My life feels incomplete without you near,
Please come back soon, my dear.

Love Poems for Her from the Heart

‘Thrilling Love’ by Joanna Fuchs

Holding your hand
Warms my heart to its core.
It’s hard to imagine
How I could love you more.
Just looking at you
Gives me a thrill.
I love you now,
And I always will.

‘Baby When You Hold Me’ by Shelagh Bullman

Baby, when you hold me, my emotions makes it clear
Just how much you mean to me while we are laying here.
I listen to your heartbeat in rhythm with my own,
With every pound that warming sound keeps me safe with love you’ve shown.

Baby, when you touch me with hands so soft but strong,
You wrap me in your warm embrace, just where I belong.
You hold me close and comfort me all throughout the night
Until you open up your eyes to first signs of daylight.

Baby when you kiss me before you start your day,
The happiness you bring my heart, no words can ever say.
You make my life so beautiful, wonderful, and new.
You’re my hopes and dreams. You’re my everything; I’m so in love with you.

‘Still to be Neat, Still to be Dressed’ by Ben Jonson

Still to be neat, still to be dressed,
As you were going to a feast;
Still to be powdered, still perfumed;
Lady, it is to be presumed,
Though art’s hid causes are not found,
All is not sweet, all is not sound.

Give me a look, give me a face,
That makes simplicity a grace;
Robes loosely flowing, hair as free;
Such sweet neglect more taketh me
Than all th’adulteries of art.
They strike mine eyes, but not my heart.

‘Of Love’ by Robert Herrick

How Love came in, I do not know,
Whether by th’ eye, or eare, or no:
Or whether with the soule it came
(At first) infused with the same:
Whether in part ’tis here or there,
Or, like the soule, whole every where:
This troubles me: but as I well
As any other, this can tell;
That when from hence she does depart,
The out-let then is from the heart.

‘I Know She Loves Me’ by Francisco Guzman

So many times we spent together, so many days, so many hours
So much affection, so much passion, realizing that love is ours
Through it all, she have been here…and
Through it all she has been sincere.

I know that she loves me,
Because she whispered it in my ear
I know that she loves me,
Because I can just feel it every time she gets near

Oo Baby, I just feel that with you I can unwind
Thinking of the love you give me takes over my mind
The way you do things, you’re just so beautiful
And the way you are, its just so graceful

It’s a good thing that I know you feel the same way.

‘Mistletoe’ by Walter De La Mare

Sitting under the mistletoe
(Pale-green, fairy mistletoe),
One last candle burning low,
All the sleepy dancers gone,
Just one candle burning on,
Shadows lurking everywhere:
Some one came, and kissed me there.

Tired I was; my head would go
Nodding under the mistletoe
(Pale-green, fairy mistletoe),
No footsteps came, no voice, but only,
Just as I sat there, sleepy, lonely,
Stooped in the still and shadowy air
Lips unseen—and kissed me there.

‘Song of the Open Road’ by Walt Whitman

Camerado, I give you my hand!
I give you my love more precious than money,
I give you myself before preaching or law;
Will you give me yourself? Will you come travel with me?
Shall we stick by each other as long as we live?

‘Again and Again’ by Rainer Maria Rilke

Again and again, even though we know love’s landscape
and the little churchyard with its lamenting names
and the terrible reticent gorge in which the others
end: again and again the two of us walk out together
under the ancient trees, lay ourselves down again and again
among the flowers, and look up into the sky.

‘For Julie’ by Doogie

Many things can make me happy, many things can make me smile,
many things can make life wonderful, make it all seem so worthwhile.
But nothing makes me happier than the special friend I’ve found.
Life couldn’t feel more wonderful whenever you’re around.

‘Lover’ by Ada Limon

Excited for the word lover to come back. Come back
lover, come back to the five and dime. I could
squeal with the idea of blissful release, oh lover,
what a word, what a world, this gray waiting. In me,
a need to nestle deep into the safe-keeping of sky.
I am too used to nostalgia now, a sweet escape
of age. Centuries of pleasure before us and after
us, still right now, a softness like the worn fabric of a nightshirt
and what I do not say is, I trust the world to come back.
Return like a word, long forgotten and maligned
for all its gross tenderness.

Passionate Love Poems for Her 

‘My Soul’ by Mayank Raj Verma

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.

‘When You Are Old’ by William Butler Yeats

Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep;
How many loved your moments of glad grace,
And loved your beauty with love false or true,
But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you,
And loved the sorrows of your changing face;
And bending down beside the glowing bars,

‘Through the Sun’ by Arone Stone

It fills my heart with gladness knowing that
Though the sun is being replaced with night,
When I lay my head to rest,
You will be by my side,
Comforting me tonight.

‘As I Walked Out One Evening’ by W.H. Auden

As I walked out one evening,
Walking down Bristol Street,
The crowds upon the pavement
Were fields of harvest wheat.
And down by the brimming river
I heard a lover sing
Under an arch of the railway:
‘Love has no ending.
‘I’ll love you, dear, I’ll love you
Till China and Africa meet,
And the river jumps over the mountain
And the salmon sing in the street,
‘I’ll love you till the ocean
Is folded and hung up to dry
And the seven stars go squawking
Like geese about the sky.

‘Teodoro Luna’s Two Kisses’ by Alberto Rios

Often and quietly, across tables and through doorways,
Sometimes in photographs, and so through the years themselves.
This was his passion, that only she might see. The chance
He might feel some movement on her lips
Toward laughter.

Beautiful Love Poems for Her 

‘Velvet Shoes‘ by Elinor Wylie

Let us walk in the white snow
In a soundless space;
With footsteps quiet and slow,
At a tranquil pace,
Under veils of white lace.

We shall walk in velvet shoes:
Wherever we go
Silence will fall like dews
On white silence below.
We shall walk in the snow.

‘The Island on Which I Love You’ by Brandy Nalani McDougall

This island is alive with love,
its storms, the cough of alchemy
expelling every parasitic thing,
teaching me to love you with
the intricacies of island knowing,
to depend on the archipelagic
spelling of you lying next to me,
our blue-screen flares their own
floating islands after our daughter
has finally fallen asleep,
to trust in the shape and curve
of your hand reaching out to hold mine
making and remaking an island our own.

’Don’t Go Far Off‘ by Pablo Neruda

Don’t leave me, even for an hour, because
then the little drops of anguish will all run together
the smoke that roams looking for a home will drift
into me, choking my lost heart.

‘It May Not Always Be So’ by E. E. Cummings

It may not always be so; and I say
that if your lips, which I have loved, should touch
another’s, and your dear strong fingers clutch
his heart, as mine in time not far away;
if on another’s face your sweet hair lay
in such a silence as I know, or such
great writhing words as, uttering overmuch,
stand helplessly before the spirit at bay;
if this should be, I say if this should be-
you of my heart, send me a little word;
that I may go unto him, and take his hands,
saying, Accept all happiness from me.
Then shall I turn my face, and hear one bird
sing terribly afar in the lost lands.

’The Thing About Love‘ by Alfa Holden

The thing is:
Love will break you.
That is a guarantee.
Yet at the same time,
it is the only thing
that can put you
back together.

‘The Union’ by Hafez

Union you want
With the earth and sky,
This union we all need with love,
A golden wing from God’s heart just
Touched the ground,
Step upon it
With your brave sun-vows
And help our eyes

‘Scaffolding’ by Seamus Heaney

Masons, when they start upon a building,
Are careful to test out the scaffolding;
Make sure that planks won’t slip at busy points,
Secure all ladders, tighten bolted joints.
And yet all this comes down when the job’s done
Showing off walls of sure and solid stone.
So if, my dear, there sometimes seem to be
Old bridges breaking between you and me
Never fear. We may let the scaffolds fall
Confident that we have built our wall.


These poems express love in many forms. Short and sweet, these love poems express deep emotions in just a few lines. They leave an everlasting mark on the hearts of both the reader and the beloved. If you like a strong, lively style, these passionate poems are for you. These poems are intense and full of love. Express love through poetry. Get lost in its world and feel its power.

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What is the most beautiful love poem ever written?

Sonnet 18 by William Shakespeare.
She Walks in Beauty by Lord Byron.
How Do I Love Thee by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
If You Forget Me by Pablo Naruda.
Love Song for Lucinda by Langston Hughes.

What is the most romantic type of poem?

Sonnets, or poems with 14 lines and patterned end-rhyme schemes, were often used by women poets during the Romantic period to portray the feelings and moods experienced in romantic relationships. Some poets during the era would write sonnet sequences to portray an extended drama between lovers.

How do I start off a love poem?

There’s no steadfast rule about how you should start the poem. You can begin by jotting down your true feelings about your lover. Write down whatever comes to your mind when you think about that person, so it feels like it’s coming directly from your heart.

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