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Valentine poems are often sent via SMS or email. Especially popular and practical for shipping the romantic Valentines and poetic verses to your loved ones or your sweetheart is the download of WhatsApp for Android or iOS. February 14 of the year is the day of lovers. Valentine's Day was named by Bishop Valentine of Terni. This, according to legend is said to have married in the 3rd century AD in love despite the imperial ban and then gave them flowers. Since Bischof Valentin was executed on February 14, 269, he is considered a martyr and even today is remembered on February 14, his deeds, are by traditionally sent on Valentine's Day flowers or love quotes and love poems to especially loved ones.

Valentine's Day poemsValentine Poems: The most beautiful love confessions of five famous German poet.

Valentine poems of five major German poets

Who wants to leave a lasting impression on loved ones through the usual Valentine's Day sayings addition, selects stylish Valentine's Day poems full of romance, longing and love. are particularly suitable the literary precious love confessions by Heinrich Heine, Rainer Maria Rilke, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Theodor Storm and Christian Morgenstern. We each selected from each of these five great German poet an exceptionally beautiful love poem that honored for digital delivery as Valentine is suitable poem.

Heinrich Heine (1797-1856): You're like a flower

You are like a flowerso sweet and beautiful and pure,I 'look at you, and sadnesscreeps into my heart.I feel as if I handshis head shall put you 'praying that God made you getso pure and beautiful and charming.

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926): Love confession

Quietly I hear you callevery whisper and Wehn.In a loud white steps,who created my wishes to,I hear your to-me-go.Now you know of the companions,and that he loves you ... that makes:It blossom in its gardensthe long swept by the lightFlowers bloom overnight ...

Christian Morgenstern (1871-1914): Enough often

Enough often that two people meet,- not physically, mentally only - that they "see"that they confront one another once -thereafter perhaps lost forever.Often enough that a smile of two soulsmarried - not married oh! only this: it leads,so each other silently and shaken,that they lack all of the word 'and wishes,and each, inexpressibly touched,trembles only deep tremors from the relatives.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832): Near lover

I think of you when the sun shimmerradiates from the sea;I think of you when the moon 'Flickerpaints in sources.I'll see you when on the distant roadThe dust rises;In the dead of night when the narrow websThe wanderer trembles.I hear you, when with a dull roarThe wave rises.In the quiet grove I often go to listen,If everything is silent.I'm with you; you were ever so distant,You're close to me!The sun sets, soon me shine the stars.Oh, you were there!

Theodor Storm (1817-1888): night

Already midnight! My head is desolate -To bed! I have watched long;But whether the August closes tiredWhen the heart knows well day and night?The heart, the heart has never Ruh,Flying to you through time and space,In the dream, my sweet life you,In life, you are my sweet dream!