What Authors Wrote Some Cute Love Poems for Girls?

What Authors Wrote Some Cute Love Poems for Girls?

Rita Dove, Gary Soto and Jeffrey McDaniel have all written cute love poems for girls. Their poems contain advanced literary themes, but are easy-to-read, lighthearted and relatable.

Rita Dove's "Flirtation" accurately captures the excitement many young girls feel toward a potential crush. Dove's description of a piece of fruit is an everyday observation, except for the fact that the speaker is sharing it with a romantic interest, which lends a heightened sense of detail girls can relate to.

Gary Soto's "Oranges" describes a first crush as told from the male perspective. Innocent and introspective, "Oranges" depicts a barter transaction improvised by a 12-year-old boy hoping to impress a girl. The universal theme of the poem and the opportunity to get inside the head of a young suitor with chivalric intentions provides a positive sentiment for girls.

Jeffrey McDaniel's "The Quiet World" pictures a society in which the government has restricted daily conversation to 167 words. This poses a dilemma for the speaker of the poem, who chooses nonverbal communication to complete daily tasks so he can save the bulk of his words for telephone conversation with a long-distance lover. "The Quiet World" is relatable to girls who rely on cell phones and social media for the majority of their communication.