You might think that writing love poems for him is an odd pastime to pen – and with good reason. Love poems for him are not penned anywhere near as often as love poems for her. But why should she have all the monopoly on the artistic wording and creative writing offering found in short poems?Poems about love can so easily be about him and not just her. So, next time you write short romantic poems for her, try elaborating and writing some love poems for him too.A lot of girls today try to be good and respectful in the relationship but most boys are chuffed to find they actually have a girlfriend, so writing a love poem for him isn’t always essential, but it can act as a powerful message of respect and love that won’t be dismissed by boys or men as readily as you might think.Boys may not understand the powerful hidden meaning behind the words but they will read one thing into your poems for him. First of all, that message will have taken time, effort, imagination and certain sprinkle of devotion. And yes, boys will be noticing that. Writing love poems for him will impress and shows the man in your life that you have a creative spark.Writing love poems for him can also be a good test of how strong the relationship is. If he so readily dismisses those love poems and short poems about love, then is he saying, “I don’t value your attempts to impress me with some irrelevant poetry?” Most partners getting that sort of feedback in return should run a mile from a relationship.Visit Also: 10 sweet things to do for your girlfriend
Romantic poems for her are often greeted with interest and appreciation and a similar sort of satisfaction must go the other way when he sees the short love poems written with him in the frame.
Adding a little humour in the love poems for him should never go a miss. Men love humour and as long as there is a love message in there somewhere there should be a final line or two that will make him smile as well.
Valentine’s Day is almost upon us so getting some broad ideas for love poems you could write inside the card should start today. And, I think we have moved on from the “roses are red” poems by now, don’t you?