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The Internet is more than a cooperation of computers. It's a cooperation between people. And where people meet, even anonymously, it seems that Romance and Love will enter the equation as well.

If you're like me, you probably think falling in love over a modem is unusual and perhaps even rare. But, like me, you would be wrong. Perhaps the very nature of a web site devoted to poetry brings these couples to the fore, but I have been amazed at the number of people I've met through Passions that have found their significant other on-line. Some have met through email, some through chat or forums, some through personal ads. All have found a connection, that elusive thing that binds them to another human being.

  • by Ravenz23

    This beautiful poem describes the beginnings of Love. And the fervent hope it is just the beginning.

  • by Valerie Jochum

    Is the Internet really much different from real life? We love, we hope, and in the end, we accept.

  • by Donald R Geske

    Time Moves Along

    We all grow older and sometimes the activities we once enjoyed are no longer possible. New romance, however, isn't one of those activities.

  • by Tekkobra

    Where R U On ICQ

    For good or bad, the Internet is changing the English language. And, perhaps, the way we see relationships.

  • by Syreeta Elie

    For thousands of years, meeting someone was often the beginning of Love. Only now, on the Internet, has it become the culmination.

  • by Jasperflower

    When the Internet makes us want, it often leaves us wanting.

  • by Stewart Bradshaw

    My Heart Believes In You

    We all have to have something to believe in. And that's never more true than when we have lost our faith in love.

  • by Whispering Angel

    Friends Forever

    Time runs differently on the Internet. But human emotions run much the same.

  • by Sandman

    Being There For You

    Just as the Internet can bring people together, so too can poetry.

  • by Missy Anderson

    If love can happen on-line, so too can desertion.

  • by Babycakes

    Ever met someone and thought nothing of it? Then, later, realized they were much more than you thought?

  • by Roxy

    Regardless of the ending, that first meeting in Real Life is a special moment.

  • by Mas-ash

    The Internet is a global community - with little rooms set aside just for two.

  • by Stace

    What Is This?

    If on-line Love is as real as the more traditional kind, then doesn't it follow there might be an equal measure of pain and insecurity?

  • by Boardman

    My Angel

    For some, a cyber romance can be both great and, uh, a bit surprising.

  • by Missy

    Fate And Circumstances

    What hand moves two people to meet? Is it the same hand that keeps them apart?

  • by Smiley

    God's Blessing

    ICQ, the Internet, Passions in Poetry - and God. And certainly not in that order.

  • by Dove

    "Love knows no boundaries, no distance, no fear."

  • by Riki

    As Long As You Are

    Does the Internet make the world seem smaller?

  • by Asil Nomrah

    In The Shadows

    How many people are now meeting online? How many are finding love there?

  • by Marla Snyder

    Mists In The Mountains

    Sometimes, the things we find we have in common with another can be very surprising. And beautiful.

  • by Michelle

    Love on the Internet - It's just as real as our offline relationships, and the emotions involved are just the same as well.

  • by Sandy

    Stretch Forth Your Hand

    Do you think you can meet your "soul mate" online? This talented poet believes it...

  • by Hope

    Meeting Half Way

    Some people can push a digital relationship to the very edge of the possible.

  • by Sea_of_okc

    Do you need to look for love to find it? Or is it possible that love might just coming looking for you?

  • by Nina

    A new romance can make you wake with a morning smile - and rush to the computer…

  • by Texas Rose

    Returning to a cyber relationship, after that first real-world meeting, can be something of a shock.

  • by Jimmy Teague

    Oh So Blue

    Meeting and falling in love online is a very unique experience. Getting to know someone from the inside out...

  • by Sea_of_okc


    Having found his love on the internet, and hopelessly fallen in love without so much as a glimpse of her, this wonderful poet wrote...

  • by Katie


    Love online is a whole new world that we're just beginning to understand. One thing is for sure; we feel the same intense emotions, off or online - There is no difference.

  • by Ron Carnell

    The Internet is a vast sea, unlike any mankind has ever known. It both separates us - and brings us closer.

  • by Theresa Arroyo

    Internet Love Of Mine

    In any budding relationship, there is hope for the future. In an Internet relationship, that hope is multiplied by a thousand more unknowns.

  • by Texas Rose


    Romance on the Internet is different from that of the real-world. But, uh, not that different.

  • by Theresa Scicutella

    Longing To Meet

    All romances go through a series of steps. On the Internet, though, there's a step seldom even thought about in the real-world.

  • by Pauline Hamblin

    Sometimes souls touch before eyes see.

  • by Dragon's Angel


    There is a very special feeling about Love that is hard to describe. Unless, of course, you have the talent of a poet…

  • by Fadedx11

    Pieces Of You Everywhere

    Being in love with an invisible, on-line person is something very special. Almost perfect. But what happens when you actually meet and the imperfections arise?

  • by Mandi


    There is little doubt that the feelings and emotions we experience with "online" love are very much the same as any other...

  • by Wildcherry

    I Will Remember You

    If on-line Love is real, can on-line Pain be far behind?

  • by Pamela

    Sometimes, when you meet that special someone on-line, the only thing you can do is wish ...

  • by Christelle S.

    Pure Love / Heaven Sent

    The click of a mouse, the press of key - and our life can change forever.

  • by Rose

    In A Perfect World

    This is a beautiful story of two people who met in a chat room - and now dream of what cannot be.

  • by Tacho

    How Distant Mariel

    The Internet can bring a promise of love. But promises aren't always easily kept.

  • by Nancy Ness


    Words are how we communicate in life. On the Internet, words are the only way we communicate, and that lends them even more importance.

  • by Nancy Ness


    This beautiful poem explodes with imagery, in an attempt to make some small sense of a new cyber-age.

  • by Karly Mains

    The Hand Of Love

    With a little technology, and a clever and romantic mind, you really can hold hands over the Internet.

  • by Shirley

    Come Back To Me

    When an Internet relationship moves into the real world, it still faces a problem of distance.

  • by Rima Darkstar

    Sealed With A Kiss

    Internet messages are rife with smileys, acronyms, and - now beautiful poetry.

  • by Shirley

    Together Forever

    Cyber romance can't stay digital forever. There comes a time when two people have to meet in Real Life…

  • by Michael W Craven

    A Connection Made

    Twenty years ago, when people spoke of making a connection with each other, they never realized how life would change…

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