Funny internet dating poems
These are entries to a Washington Post competition asking for a two-line rhyme with the MOST romantic first line and the LEAST romantic second line: 1. My darling, my lover, my beautiful wife: Marrying you has screwed up my life. Though the initial excitement and nervousness may fade, the security and love that replaces it is beautiful too. I was looking through poems on this site to identify with, yet I couldn't find one that fit my current emotions. Naturally, I wrote one and am going to immediately post it. I started getting more matches when I was clever enough to put this as my profile picture a photo which advertises my video.... even if she doesn't reply, I get tremendous self amusement which means I've not totally drained my energy, and even if she doesn't reply, it probably got a smile. :) So why on earth would I take the only thing that makes me special on Tinder and advertise for other guys to try the same?but how would I capture a girls interest in my first message? Well because it's hard out there, and if you are a gentleman, and have creativity, you too deserve to meet someone....Dating is a part of a relationship that is unique, diverting and pleasurable. In the beginning you feel a nervous excitement that can't be calmed. As your relationship continues, dating serves as a captivating way to find out who a person really is.
and hopefully you'll reach out and buy me a beer (or send a nice email at least) if you try this, and it leads to you meeting the type of girl you want to marry. one who is really incredible might even write you a great poem back. :) I might also be worried that girls I message might see this and feel less special.
This poem is about someone who sort of fades into your life and end up meaning the world to you. You are one of those people That so effortlessly slip Into my unsuspecting life.
You are one of those people That can go unnoticed at first, Later only to have me wonder; How?
Rather than talk about my successes and failures in the online dating scene, I’ve taken to cutting up people’s self-summaries and scrambling them in Infinite Monkey’s n-gram generator.
Though the poems are obviously hilarious, they don’t seem funny to the people on the other side of internet who I’ve sent them to. However if you were wondering where Life came from, you needn’t any longer.