We all come to realize that in life, an in particular love, that it is definitely the Little things that count. Contemporary poet Elle Smith rhythmically expresses how those little things make us feel when displayed by someone we love in this original poem:
This original poem suggests that there are Colours of Love, and that as Elle Smith recites in beautiful verse that love traverses different stages, or the full colour spectrum as the love within a relationship deepens. From the beginning to complete and everlasting love, we go through a vibrant spectrum of colours:
Time at Sea is an original poem by Elle Smith, where she compares life as we know it, to being at sea. Often we feel like we are on a journey, with an unclear destination or even timeframe for our arrival. This poem describes this journey with reference to the impact of time and the water of the sea:
Yesterday Today and Tomorrow is a beautiful contemporary poem by London poet, Elle Smith. This original poem describes those intimate feelings before, during and after meeting the person of your dreams, or your soulmate, if you prefer to use this term:
Elle Smith uses contemporary poetry to pose that question which often troubles us all in her original poem called Everything and Nothing. Throughout life we all seek the secret to ultimate happiness as we play the game of life, but what if we already had the answer but had simply overlooked what is glaring us in the face?
London poet and artist Elle Smith has written this original poem to coincide with Valentine's Day as we are often Scared To Say what our true feelings are for someone. It is one thing to experience feelings inside for a love interest, but bearing them out loud means they become published. We all know that this sort of publication is probably the most cherished and heart-breaking at the same time!
This original poem called Love Changes is an Elle Smith piece of poetry that we all can identify with. There are many stages through which love must pass until it defines itself as being authentic and unconditional:
A contemporary poem by Elle Smith which reflects on the realities we see currently in the world. This original poem called The Love Bug uses the analogy of a virus described as a poison spreading throughout the world, to demonstrate love is the only means to defeat the hatred we have seen in mankind of late:
We have all grown up them, but have we considered whether there actually is a 'Secret Life of Toys'? Elle Smith recalls those magical moments of childhood in this original poem, whilst pondering on what was going on from the point of view of toys:
This original poem is inspired by the pure force of love, which is something we all struggle to explain to others as to how we are strangely overcome by this explosive energy. Elle Smith's poem 'In a Natural Sense' is a contemporary expression of love in poetry:
The original poem called 'Love Captured on Film' is not just about missing a person with whom you have been 'in love' over many years. It beautifully depicts the sense and feelings of a love relationship being wrenched apart by life. Elle Smith, who is a poet and artist from London in UK, rhythmically captures the sense of longing for someone in this original poem:
How many of us have been in the position where friends innocently tell us those "Whispers of Love", where they tell us things about someone we still care about? London poet Elle Smith sums up those whispers perfectly in her original poem: