“Top 10 Famous, Romantic Love Poems”

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As long as there have been poets, there have been love poems. After all, if love cannot inspire, what can? Our minds turn to love on special anniversaries, Valentine’s Day and weddings, but how to express it? We are not all blessed with the gift of poetic words. The list below may include a romantic love poems for him or a love poem for her to serve the occasion but don’t pretend it’s yours. You will look very foolish when you are found out. But love tends to do that to us anyway.

10. ‘Wild Nights’ by Emily Dickinson

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A leading American poet (1830 – 1836), she is one of the most accessible and popular poets. This selection is not typical of her output and is surprisingly passionate for a woman of those times. Dickinson led a secluded life and it’s not certain for whom these lines were intended…

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Filling Empty Minds

Otrazhenie

Teach your children
From Motivational and Inspirational Quotes

Each one of us starts empty,
Just waiting to be filled,
With love and words
And things we learn;
The empty space is killed.

Displaced with all the good things,
And sometimes with the bad,
We learn from
Those around us
And the special times we’ve had.

When we are still quite empty,
In our younger years,
It’s easy for us,
To fill up,
With love and hope and fears.

It means the young are easy led,
And learn things very fast,
But bad times leave,
A dirty mark,
Even when long passed.

When spending time with young friends,
We need to think about,
The lessons that
We’re teaching them:
They’re quicker in than out.

There’s positives within this,
Because those younger minds,
Will grow and flourish
Happily
When watered with good times.

by Pooky H

THE END

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Crazy little thing called Love

Mike the Psych's Blog

UnknownWho hasn’t been in love and done crazy things?

Modern technology in the shape of fMRI scans show that when we are in the first stages of love our hearts really do rule our heads.

Gazing at pictures of your loved one shuts down the rational part of your brain.

Being lovestruck means being less critical of your beloved and overlooking those niggling aspects of their personality (which might come back to haunt you later).

Robin Dunbar, an evolutionary psychologist, believes that wearing these “rose tinted spectacles” means you take more risks and ignore any internal voices warning you it might not be such a good idea.

The brain scans showed that the pre-frontal cortex, that part of the brain responsible for rational thought, was deactivated enabling people to get off the fence and take a risk in establishing a relationship.

The same effect is seen in both men…

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