shayarisms4lovers June18 81 - 20 Love Poems To Help You Win Back Her Love

20 Love Poems To Help You Win Back Her Love

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You can’t lose with these.

Sometimes, when you break up with someone, the love you have for them still stays strong — so you do what you can to try to win them back.

Wooing an old lover may seem like a difficult task. What can you possibly do to steal her heart again?

You could try to make a romantic statement by running after her at a train station or airport (like in the movies!). But unless she’s traveling soon, you won’t get many opportunities for that.

You could throw pebbles at her bedroom window to get her to talk to you. But that’s something that’s only romantic in movies and sort of creepy in real life.

When it comes to sweeping someone off their feet, sometimes it’s the small things that count.

Love poems are a great way to let someone know how you feel about them. They are short, simple, and to-the-point.

But don’t worry, you don’t have to be Shakespeare to win her over. You can send her poems from one of our favorite poets, from Lang Leav to Robert Browning.

So, continue reading below for some short, sweet love poems that will be sure to win her over.

1. Tell her what she is to you.

You are the finest, loveliest, tenderest, and most beautiful person i have ever known — and even that is an understatement.” — F. Scott Fitzgerald

2. Tell her how much you miss her.

“To know that I miss you so much when you leave; to know that I need you like the air that I breathe. To know that I want you with a passion so blind, is to know that I love you — with no doubt it my mind.” — Lang Leav

3. Tell her that you can’t go on without her.

“I never fully realized what it meant to hurt (to truly hurt) until I wanted you to such a great extent, only to have no other choice but to convince myself that I didn’t.”

4. Tell her you still think of her.

“I still search for you in crowds, in empty fields and soaring clouds. In city lights and passing cars, on winding roads and wishing stars. I wonder where you could be now, for years I’ve not said your name out loud. And long since I called you mine — time has passed for …

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