Love is something so unique that is shared between beautiful souls and also among people. That First Love Poems, for a lucky few, may even create a bond strong enough to last forever.
First Love Poems
There’s just something about a first love poems that create such profound emotions in us that we are indelibly marked by our experiences with the person who manages to steal our hearts for the very first time.
The first time we held hands, the first kiss, these are moments that are marked by an innocence and a timid sweetness that is unique to first loves and, quite honestly, difficult to describe in words.
1. My First Love by Tazita
I never thought I’d ever learn to Love,
the way simple lovers do.
I always believed it was impossible.
Yet I found myself so in love with you.
Now I know exactly what love truly is
and you are my reason why;
You convinced me to let you in my soul . . .
And you promised you would never lie.
I have learned to cherish and trust you,
In a way I never had before.
And if anything were ever to happen,
I think I would only love you more.
I fought my feelings along the way,
but in the end it remains still true –
I have finally found My love in life.
(Just like you always knew. )
If you told me once, you told me twice,
Just how beautiful love could be.
Yet I never realized until now,
that you were speaking of you and me.
You have brought me such happiness,
it takes all my sadness away.
And with my endless loyalty
I will so lovingly repay.
You are my love in life.
This I will never forget.
You are the Love of my Life,
This I knew from the moment we met.
2. Passion With No Limit by Jennifer Stangel
Teasing lips and tantalizing eyes
The sweetest face but a mind of lies
You pull me close and kiss me sweet
And speak of love as our eyes meet
Is this a true love, one that’s real?
You touch me and my heart you steal
My body aches for you to be close
So you pull me near you as a toast
As our souls do become as one with each other
Our hearts start a fire that never will smother
A passion hotter than the hottest flame
A fire out of control with just us to blame
3. Sunday Night by Zach Toelke
The drive is long and dark
We don’t speak
We rarely do
My heart dwells on nothing but the past
The future is too far away
It stares out the window
It watches the cars go by
The other souls talk and laugh
Perhaps they are going to a place they both call
Such a place is what my heart longs for
A kiss on her cheek to let her know that we are
This is heaven I think
My heart turns from the window
My body beside it, empty
This shell that walks and talks like everything
My mind thinks of all that needs to be done
My body awaits its command
My heart sits alone
A word of encouragement offered by my mind
My heart replies
My mind turns back to the road
My heart turns back to the window
We both ride in silence
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4. What Love Is by Karin Schaefer
It is Love that gives me purpose
to change and grow and learn.
It is Love that guides me on this path
and helps me choose each turn.
It is Love that gives me courage
to stand against my fears;
to open up my heart to you,
to let you see my tears.
It is Love that gives me trust and hope
when little thing go wrong.
When distance stands between us,
it is Love that keeps me strong.
It is Love that offers harmony
and a friendship that is true.
How wonderful that I can share
a Love like this with you!
5. Storms Never Last by Sandi Vander Sluis
The thunder rumbles thru the night
sounds like the beating of my heart
I don’t like being here without you
I feel so alone when we’re apart
Lightning flashes and lights the room
memories flashing through my mind
of warmth and love I feel for you
and love we’ll never leave behind
The gentle rain is tapping on my window
as I am safe and nestled in your embrace
for storms never last when you’re near
this special bond you can’t replace
6. Trust Me With Your Heart by Kathleen Sheppard
Why does your heart grow doubtful dear?
Tense and beating, full of fear.
I keep with me your everlasting love,
and bless the day God sent you from above.
You remain my angel and I feel that I must,
tell you that within you, you have my trust.
My love is the tide, your soul is the shores,
you have my heart, do I have yours?
I’ll belong to you till the very end,
and you will forever stay as my lover and friend.
It has been so good like this from the start,
so darling please, trust me with your heart.
7. A Day Closer by C Mahon
Soft clouds of white go passing by me
floating across the sky slowly
watching them lifts me upward to a higher place
where I can dream of my love for you.
The sun beats downward
throwing its golden hues across my path
putting a warmth inside my soul
Making the love I feel for you forever present in my mind
The nighttime brings the twinkling stars
creating a tapestry of lights shining across the night sky
The love I feel ever present as I lay my head down
and wait for another day to bring me closer to you.
8. A Purple Ribbon by Daniel Turner
Mementos in a box, from years gone by
Thought to have been disposed of long ago
A glance, when something purple caught my eye
A ribbon from someone I used to know
I gently gave a tug like way back when
It slipped from it’s confines just like before
Then instantly relived it all again
And just like her, it leaves me wanting more
But even though it was so delicate
This ribbon in it’s femininity
Tied in her hair it looked so elegant
Yet strong enough to bind her memory
This ribbon with it’s strength beyond compare
Ties fifty years to my first love affair
9. Love Letter by Rhoda Tripp
In the back of my closet,
high upon the shelf,
there sits an old love letter
that I keep to myself.
Its pages are crumpled,
the edges a tad bit torn.
I can recite his words by memory,
although the writings worn.
He tells of his undying love,
and how we were meant to be.
Our vows whispered at the church,
they were our fantasy.
Like all things, neither tried nor true,
we had to be apart.
A victim of the ages,
he broke my sixth grade heart.
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10. The one and only me by Mario William Vitale
As I look up, I gazed upon your face
So warming and caring
Your eyes so full of life
I knew from the moment I saw you that you were the one for me
The one who would love and care for me
Who I would spend the rest of my life with
As an artist I love poetic verse
I thought about you day and night
I said nothing to you and you said nothing to me
We just passed by each other from time to time
Never knowing, always wondering
When I went to sleep the night I dreamed sweet dreams of you
When I saw you again I just couldn’t stand it any longer
I had to tell you and I did
I leaned and whispered in your ear, just three simple words
I love you and you said the same in return
Our love for one another flourished
Like a dozen roses in the spring
And I knew then
As I know now
That you were the only one for me.
After having an experience of having a first relationship, It seems as if your world should not end and everything seems amazing and beautiful. It really is an amazing feeling that we have all felt at one time or another and these First Love Poems help achieve that.
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