My mistress loves no woodcocks ...Yet loves to pick the bones. My mistress loves no jewels ...Yet loves the precious stones. My mistress loves no hunting ...Yet she loves the horn. My mistress loves no babies ...Yet loves to see men borne. My mistress loves no wrestling ...Yet loves to take a fall. My mistress loves not some things ...And yet she loveth all. My mistress loves a spender ...Yet loves she not a waster. My mistress loves no cuckolds . . . No cuckolds ...And yet she loves my master, ...And yet, and yet, and yet, and yet, and yet she loves my master.
Daily romantic poetry give us a reminder of our loving natures which we too often forget in our daily internet activities. Take a few deep breaths, relax and enjoy this sample love poem from this archive of classic romantic love poems.
Romance poetry is many things to many people- sometimes love poetry is difficult because it reminds us of love relationships we do not have; sometimes such loving poems are inspirational and lead us to more loving in our lives, sometimes such rhyming is just plain fun- so enjoy these archives of romantic poems.