love palm reading

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do you find this cute little love poem?

What about you,
Makes my jaw jitter,
Knees buckle,
And my palms ice-cold?

Is it your blue eyes,
As deep as the night sky,
Piercing through each soul it stares?

Or maybe it’s your lips,
So soft and smooth,
As though it’s never kissed a pair?

Could it be your hair,
That neat mess of hazelnut,
Uncombed yet perfectly placed?

Possibly your physique,
Gracefully sculpted by angels,
Like a tease to the heart of the single?

Beauty, what a shallow reason to love.

I love you for none of the above.

Not for your muscles that carry me away,
Neither for your hair that mimics your sway,
Nor for your lips that smile at me every day,
Or for your eyes that look at me so patiently—

But,

For carrying me off the sofa on Thursday nights,
For ruffling your hair to make me laugh,
For smiling at me every single day,
For lending me all the patience in the world.
And for giving me your undying love…
I love you.
Hey! I’m Valeria, I’m fifteen.

Made this poem a few days ago.

Opinions are greatly welcome!

I’ve posted this a dozen times just to get more constructive criticism 🙂

Answer by Semper Fi 83
YOU are one talented young lady! That was riveting! Standing ovation!

Answer by NATALIE
awesome,beautiful,deep and meaningful.
you’ve got gr8 talent,keep going
and oh right…..a standing ovation

Answer by Todd
Hi Valeria,

Okay, okay, you’ve worn me down I’ll critique your poem lol.

Seriously the only reason I haven’t commented yet. Is I generally don’t critique I’m really into this person poems. Though, I know you’re serious about your writing, so if these comments help in any way, here you go. Nothing is meant to be harsh here in any way just quick specific comments that you can use or ignore, agree with or disagree with:

What about you,
Makes my jaw jitter,
Knees buckle,
And my palms ice-cold?

Good opening. I like jaw jitter for it’s alliteration and the image. I like palms ice-cold. You are appealing to the senses there. Knees buckle strikes me as a bit cliché. You can do better than that.

Is it your blue eyes,
As deep as the night sky,
Piercing through each soul it stares?

I think you can find something better for piercing through each soul. First off, try never to use the word “soul” in a love poem (very cliché) also who cares about what he does to each soul. Keep the focus on what he does to you.

Or maybe it’s your lips,
So soft and smooth,
As though it’s never kissed a pair?

Last line again reads a bit awkward to me. Work on phrasing this better, which you can certainly do.

Could it be your hair,
That neat mess of hazelnut,
Uncombed yet perfectly placed?

This strophe is excellent. Unlike the others so far, notice how it seems to capture the sense of the person. It is specific. Mess of hazelnut is nice phrasing. I’ve read tons of other poems with blue eyes and soft lips, this sounds very original.

Possibly your physique,
Gracefully sculpted by angels,
Like a tease to the heart of the single?

Again, you can write the third line better. Keep the focus on you.

Beauty, what a shallow reason to love.

You could leave this out or combine it with the idea below. Your poem shows this. It doesn’t need to tell us this.

I love you for none of the above.

Not for your muscles that carry me away,
Neither for your hair that mimics your sway,
Nor for your lips that smile at me every day,
Or for your eyes that look at me so patiently—

Fix the punctuation after patiently, I don’t really mind the rhyme here, but I would say hair that mimics your sway seems a little forced.

But,

For carrying me off the sofa on Thursday nights,
For ruffling your hair to make me laugh,
For smiling at me every single day,
For lending me all the patience in the world.
And for giving me your undying love…
I love you.

This has some good specific detail. I like this section a lot. One line to consider changing though “And for giving me your undying love” (a little vague and cliché again you can do better).

Answer by Poetry
I really like this poem, that kick you gave it took it away from an ordinary love poem.
Thanks for sharing!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What are some examples of a cute romantic moment?

What are some examples of a cute romantic moment?
I already know a typical kissing and say ” I love you” moment I don’t need that
besides my avatar!

Answer by xxWillGxx
Your avatar :3

Answer by Sarah
when a man kisses a woman’s forehead

Answer by B
Here’s one that I made up for my imaginary boyfriend and I:

The two are sitting in a park. The girl is pretending to read the boy’s palm. She says “According to this line here, you will fall deeply in love with a girl who had green eyes, brown hair, and freckled skin” (assuming the girl has brown hair and freckled skin)

The boy sweeps her hair back and gazes into her eyes: “That can’t be right. Your eyes are blue”.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : On what basis is palmistry relied upon?

I understand that the lines on your palm is affected by how you move the rest of your hand. But, what I don’t know is is there a study upon which makes the practice of palm reading fact-based? To learn about how to interpret my hand, I just go on the internet, and am told how the color of my skin at some part denotes the healthiness of my love life, or what a chained line means. But how did the person who started the practice, (some 5000 years ago, as Wikipedia tells) decide which line means what?
Sure, give me figures of surveys in favor of the accuracy of the science and maybe I’ll take the lines on my palm more seriously.
It is a science in that its a “systematized knowledge in general,” meaning # 4 at Dictionary.com. But, in the more specific definition, as it stands right now, I shouldn’t give palmistry the word.

Answer by septembersong
Its not a science at all; its just a hype. I have no idea who decided what, but many people take it as seriously as they do the tarot and astrology, which are also hypes. Forget it.

Answer by betternher
Hooey.

Answer by AmericanPatriot
PALMISTRY is based on GULLIBILITY of others. I played a trick on someone once. I hinted that I could read palms and the person begged me to read hers. I told her not always was there GOOD things to be read. I finally relented, looked at her hand and gasped, then coughed and said excuse me and went into the kitchen to get some water. When I came back she held her hand out to me and I told her this wasn’t a good time. She insisted I ‘read’ her palm. I shrank away from her and said I just couldn’t do it and acted VERY frightened. she got scared, got to shaking and started tearing up. I refused to ‘read’ her palm. I never told her (this was over 30 years ago) that I was pulling her leg.

Answer by the answer is within you
you can believe that if you want to

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on love palm reading

Lesson 100 Palm Reading By Peter John

Written by LoveDrNikki

I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.