Love And Color

I thought of color and came out with these two ryhming romantic love poems. The first one is about choosing a flower and what it typically signifies when we give someone a red rose.

A Red Rose

If I have to pick a color of a rose
Red it would have to be for it shows
A love that is deep and echoes
In a heart which holds someone close.

Like a stubborn flame that glows
Undying even when the wind blows
That is how for you my love flows
Signified by the single red stalk I chose.

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This second romantic love poem is about the color of love with red typically being linked to passion. Apart from trying to make it ryhme, I have also attempted to play with the length of the lines to make it into a nice shape to give the poem a more special feel.

The Color Of Love

If love has a color
Let it be red and no other
For red means passion for a lover
Like how I feel for you since we got together
Heady and passionate kisses that nothing else matter
Many we have shared that made nights hotter
Waking up beside you the day after
I am tempted to whisper
I love you forever.

Related Poems:

  1. Short Romantic Love Poems


Posted in Love poems, Romantic

10 Responses to “Love And Color”

  • SandyCarlson says:

    Beautiful, intimate, and very visual! Thanks.

  • Very intimate.. and Red Hot in passion!

  • lissa says:

    sweet and romantic, I think I like the first one’s better than the second

    btw: the food ad on the right makes me enjoy the poem less, very odd looking food

  • Raven says:

    You are in good company with this comparison. In case you aren’t familiar with it, thought you might enjoy this 1794 poem/song by Robert Burns:

    My love is like a red, red rose
    That’s newly sprung in June :
    My love is like the melody
    That’s sweetly played in tune.

    As 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 :
    And I will love thee still, my dear,
    While the sands o’ life shall run.

    And fare thee weel, my only love,
    And fare thee weel a while !
    And I will come again, my love,
    Thou’ it were ten thousand mile.


  • Tumblewords says:

    Nicely done! The form of the second is so creative!

  • TeriC says:

    You had a lot of fun with this…and so did I. I like the way you shaped the word length to look like this.

  • MyBellavia says:

    Glad you joined in! I think both are truly romantic!
    The second being more passionate.

  • Vixen says:

    You did a great job with both of them. That second one is a work of art with the shaping.

  • this one is the most hotest

  • stephen kiganya says:

    2nd too hot really you should post more hot ones

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