Love Poem To Anyone Without Love This Valentine’s


I love but you don’t know it.
I love you . . .
Without reason or cause.
And in spite of your faults.

I love you despite all the ways
you keep others at a distance.
Held back by the wall
around your heart.
Your fortress.
The shield that protects
the all of you.
The secret you.
Hidden. Locked.

I love because you
are the only you.
For your smile. Your laughter.
Your pain. Your sorrow.
The all of you.

For all the things that make you
original—I love you.

And if I love you
know that somewhere out there
someone else also loves you.

And one day
when you least expect it
you will
feel love again, too.


Love Poem: I Love You

Love Poem

I love you.
In the unchartered waters
of my soul I dive
deep within
to discover the truth that hides…
refusing to surface
out of fear and regret.

A claim no longer valid.
Vanquishing in time and
dissolving past the lies and
worn out excuses that erode
and churn the fragments left of my heart.

I love you.
Without regret or
bitterness I rise
to greet you and
rediscover the pleasure of desire.

Awaiting your approval.
To chance. To risk.
To dive back into your arms and
let go of pain
and suffering and
all the hurt in-between.
Those stolen moments return
And remind me—
Once again…
I love you.

By Tessa Saks

Poem: I Miss You

Love Poem
By Tessa Saks

I miss you.
In spite of all that is good and all
that is wrong.
Wanting you
through this wall that divides
and separates my love.
Holding it back for eternity.

Against all my better judgements
comes the desire
to hold you again–
if only for a moment.
Frozen in time.
And without consequences.

To have one stolen moment
free from guilt and the constraints
of real life.
Witness the deeper me,
the connection to your soul
where I can feel yet again
a frozen instant of love.
Without remorse.

Loving you.

Poem: You are the One


You are the One
By Tessa Saks
You are the light
 that fills my days with meaning.
 You are the joy
 that awakens my soul with pleasure.
 You are the one
 who ignites my deepest passion.
And no matter where you are
 or what you choose to do
 Know that deep in my heart
 I will love only you.

Love Poem: To be One

Love Poem
Love Poem: To be One

How may I count
all the hours
and the days
Until I see you again.

To touch you.
To have your body near me.
Hoping beyond reason
that you
will feel as I do.

Hoping for your flesh.
Wanting beyond measure
connection to your soul.

I burn for you
as a candle,
slowly melting.
Until nothing remains.
Then reignited
to burn again.
My flame stronger,
reaching higher
with every
new encounter.

Do you burn for me?
Do you miss the touch
of my hands
upon you?

Are you awoken
by the hunger
for my body?

And when we meet again
will you remember?
Will you take me in your arms
and let all the days
and all the hours
slip away into
a deeper comfort?

The comfort of our love.
The comfort of our souls
in flesh
and sealed with the bond
of two hearts.

To be one.
As before.
As always.

kiss by Andy Virgi

Happy Valentines Day!
May love stir within your heart for someone special.

I have been negligent with my posts but for good reason. I am under the intoxicating influence of blue skies, aqua waters, white sand and tropical flowers. I am also busy writing my next novel. Valentines Day is a good reminder to get back to love and post more love.

Be love.

Love Poem: Remembered Kiss II

Love Poem Tessa Saks Rapture
Love Poem: Remembered Kiss II
by Tessa Saks

My body hungers
for your touch.
A golden hour
when thoughts of you
replace my darkest fear.

your body pressed close to
Needing the
velvet touch of warm flesh
to comfort
my unkempt mind
and silence the endless chatter.

Banish my insecurity with your embrace.
Unchain my heart
to open
and love the all of you.
The deeper you
that stirs with my soul
and wakes
the light within.

The light of love.
The light of desire.
The light of you. Only you.

To be Romantic or Not to Be

Love Poem Romantic Shakespearere

To Be Romantic or Not To Be

By Tessa Saks and Will Shakespeare

To be romantic or not to be: that is the question:

Whether ’tis nobler in the soul to suffer

The slings and arrows of outrageous passion,

Or to take arms against a sea of desire,

And by opposing end them? To think: To control;

To rationalize: And by rationalize to say we end

The heartache and the thousand natural desires

That flesh is heir to, ’tis a discipline

Devoutly to be wish’d. To think, to control;

To control perchance to prevent heartbreak: ay, there’s the rub;

For in that protecting from heartache what love may we miss

When we have resisted opening to the beauty before us.

Must give us pause:  there’s the regret of long lost loves

For who would bear the whips and scorns of rejected love,

The risk unbalanced, the outcome failing,

The pangs of unrequited love: None but the romantic.

Thus conscience does make cowards of us all;

Save for the romantic.

The romantic that enterprises of great pith and moment

And in this regard their currents turn awry,

And win in the name of love.


Thanks to The Professor for the inspiration on this one.