- Love Hurts or Hartverscheurend is a 1993 Dutch drama film directed by Mijke
- Love Hurts is a 1990 film directed by Bud Yorkin, starring Jeff Daniels.
Daniels plays a womanizer who goes home to Pennsylvania for a wedding and finds
his past catching up with him.
- "Love Hurts" is the name of a song, written and composed by Felice and
Boudleaux Bryant. First recorded by The Everly Brothers in July 1960, the song
is best known from a 1975 international hit version by the rock band
- A piece of writing that partakes of the nature of both speech and song that
is nearly always rhythmical, usually metaphorical, and often exhibits such
formal elements as meter, rhyme, and stanzaic structure
- (poem) a composition written in metrical feet forming rhythmical
- (poet) a writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good
- (poetic) of or relating to poetry; "poetic works"; "a poetic
- Something that arouses strong emotions because of its beauty
love hurts poems - Silly Little
Silly Little Love Poems: Love's moods, delights, hurts, places,
friendships, and endings
Silly Little Love Poems is a compilation of
poems describing love as not a beginning or ending, but a process that
transforms the human heart to people, places, and moods unknown or unimagined.
In preparing this collection of love poems, the author presents thematic
examples of this "thing called love" that is part of every song and life.
Whether you are currently in or out of love, the author's words speak to
you-that love is a journey that sometimes leads us into dark places and unhappy
endings. The book is divided into six sections that describe: love's moods,
love's delights, love's hurts, love's places, family and friends, and life's
i love you.
i made this poem a while ago. hope you like it.
Why does love hurt ?
A poem about lost love.
love hurts poems
The dimensions of love explored in this
collection of poems, "What Are Love's Boundaries? is riveting, broad, packed
with feelings and "poignantly disquieting". From the book's title poem, that
clearly establishes "love has no boundaries" and continues with the roles and
emotions of love in other areas of our lives, 'love' is revered as "the center
of the universe for all things good".
The author has uniquely captured
the power of love, its' joy, special feelings, spirituality, the sharing of and
need for love. This can be a joyous celebration of a 'seasoned and enduring
love' , "A Love That Will Never Fade". It can be clear as light and a
revelation, "A Spiritual Revelation of Womanhood". Love can be a remembrance of
youthful and innocent love, "The Forty-Year Old Flickering Flame of Love"; a
mild craving as in "Why Do You Deny Me You?" or a deeply erotic and passionate
need for total fulfillment, "The Wicked, Wicked Tongue of Love". Love is the joy
of tender moments and shared warm sensations, "The Silent Dance of the Spoons (A
Ritual of Lovers)". The 'hurt and pain' of love is revealed and explored in
"Walking All Alone" and "She Said, He Said".
"What Are Love's
Boundaries?" will underscore the rewards of love for all of us who desire to
feel, embrace, hold and commit to another individual and share the bounties of a
maturing, evolving and satisfying relationship.