Spoken word poetry about relationships
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Slam Poems About Love
Digital Poet. Slam Poems About Love. To be honest, if you are looking for a quick Valentine's Day poem because you forgot to get something nice for your loved one and you're out of time, I'll help you out by telling you up front that these poems about love are quite different than the ones you are probably looking for. These love poems are not inspired by Shakespeare, they aren't love poems that start with "roses are red, violets are blue" and end with "I love you" Throughout my life, the concept of love has varied from what you might see in the movies. I actually had more of a love affair with drugs and crime than friends and family.
Poems about relationships, from meeting someone new and falling in love to enjoying a loving and Share poems and spoken word about relationships.
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You asked me a simple question, but my answer was quite complicated. It just got shoved under the bed. Collecting cobwebs and forming into something that made the burning sensation in my chest go away. And if killing someone was on your bucket list, you can check it off a hundred times because you killed me every time you reminded me there were tons of other girls waiting to be set ablaze. You killed the old me that would have never set herself on fire to keep you warm. It kept people from finding out, I mean starting rumors. I could at least keep some self respect.
We sometimes confuse and focus our ideas of love on material things thereby making us have unrealistic expectations about everything relationship related. IN-Q , a spoken word poet narrates what love should be; using an year-old male persona who fell in love when his body was weaker and could not do all the things he 'termed' important in a relationship during his youthful days. The poet talked about the good, bad and ugly sides of love; He placed value on the simplest things in relationships like 'holding hands and laughing at each others jokes. And no He did not sweep the negatives under the bus, he talked about how saggy the significant other would become, how obstacles like illness would come between you two. And replacing us with better versions of us. Reshaping us, remaking us, then recreating us with new identities so we can make new memories.