I Don’t Do Love Letters Anymore

I am a sucker for romance. In fact, when I was a teenager, I read and collected over 250 Harlequin Romance novels. I loved those books! They fed my imagination, but more importantly, my love of language and the endless possibilities of love. So, in this blog, I want to pay tribute to romance through poetry (I am no Shakespeare, so don’t go there). One day, I will write the greatest romance novel of all times … okay, maybe not all times, but I will write one. In the meantime, enjoy the following romantic poem.

I Don’t Do Love Letters Anymore

I don’t do love letters anymore

There’s no one that I care that much for

It’s very much ashame, you see

That I no longer fill someone’s heart with glee

There’s no inspiration

No heart-filled titillation

For my heart, it fills with sadness

On the edge of sheer madness

I don’t do love letters anyore

I have not the heart to explore

For a love that once gave me inspiration

Was only a figment of my imagination

So, what is your favorite love poem? Share it with me. I’d love to see what moves your heart and soul.

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About rebekahpierce

Rebekah L. Pierce is an award-winning and bestselling socially conscious author and playwright whose work primarily focuses on contemporary women and family. She is also the founder and CEO of The Pierce Agency, LLC, a literary and publishing services agency whose mission is to assist aspiring and emerging authors and playwrights bring professionally edited and designed works to the market. To learn more about her work, visit www.rebekahlpierce.com and www.ThePierceAgencyLLC.com.
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