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Proposal Poems - Marriage Proposal Poems That Will Have Her Saying "I DO"

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The engagement ring is in your pocket burning a hole, but you're still out there looking for proposal poems. She probably would love it if you would come up with your own poem, but not all of us can put the words down right. For those of us who have problems with being creative, let us help you out with some great marriage proposal poems. Read through our marriage proposals we have here and it might lead you to your own unique idea.
  1. Proposal Poems - Below you will find an assortment of free proposal poems that have been helping out men like yourself for generations.

    Marriage Proposal Poem #1
    Destiny by Edwin Arnold
    Somewhere there waiteth in this world of ours
    For one lone soul another lonely soul
    Each choosing each through all the weary hours
    And meeting strangely at one sudden goal.
    Then blend they, like green leaves with golden flowers,
    Into one beautiful and perfect whole;
    And life's long night is ended, and the way
    Lies open onward to eternal day.

    Proposal Poem #2
    First Love by John Clare
    I ne'er was struck before that hour
    With love so sudden and so sweet.
    Her face it bloomed like a sweet flower
    And stole my heart away complete.

    My face turned pale, a deadly pale.
    My legs refused to walk away,
    And when she looked what could I ail
    My life and all seemed turned to clay.

    And then my blood rushed to my face
    And took my eyesight quite away.
    The trees and bushes round the place
    Seemed midnight at noonday.

    I could not see a single thing,
    Words from my eyes did start.
    They spoke as chords do from the string,
    And blood burnt round my heart.

    Are flowers the winter's choice
    Is love's bed always snow
    She seemed to hear my silent voice
    Not love appeals to know.

    I never saw so sweet a face
    As that I stood before.
    My heart has left its dwelling place
    And can return no more.

    Proposal Poem #3
    I Love Thee by Eliza Acton
    I LOVE thee, as I love the calm
    Of sweet, star-lighted hours!
    I love thee, as I love the balm
    Of early jes'mine flow'rs.

    I love thee, as I love the last
    Rich smile of fading day,
    Which lingereth, like the look we cast,
    On rapture pass'd away.

    I love thee as I love the tone
    Of some soft-breathing flute
    Whose soul is wak'd for me alone,
    When all beside is mute.

    I love thee as I love the first
    Young violet of the spring;
    Or the pale lily, April-nurs'd,
    To scented blossoming.

    I love thee, as I love the full,
    Clear gushings of the song,
    Which lonely--sad--and beautiful--
    At night-fall floats along,

    Pour'd by the bul-bul forth to greet
    The hours of rest and dew;
    When melody and moonlight meet
    To blend their charm, and hue.

    I love thee, as the glad bird loves
    The freedom of its wing,
    On which delightedly it moves
    In wildest wandering.

    I love thee as I love the swell,
    And hush, of some low strain,
    Which bringeth, by its gentle spell,
    The past to life again.

    Such is the feeling which from thee
    Nought earthly can allure:
    'Tis ever link'd to all I see
    Of gifted--high--and pure!



     

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