Valentine’s Day Poem

 

This morning I decided to write a Valentine’s Day Poem for my wife. Valentine’s Day is still four and a half months away, so I need to make sure she doesn’t see it until the day arrives.

“Sweetheart, if you are reading this post prior to February 14th, please click away and come back on Valentines.

You’re all welcome to share this poem with your sweetheart. I’m sure she or he will love it.

 

Love of Mine

Happy Valentine’s Day,
beautiful love of mine,
My only wish is
with you to spend time.

I must say,
my heart is complete.
Life with you
is much more than sweet.

The path we take,
our close bond shall lead,
love for each other,
our souls it shall feed.

I’m forever yours,
with joy and bliss,
Please accept,
this passionate kiss!

by anitapoems.com

 

We all know that Valentine’s Day is a special day of the year. It reminds us of the love that we share with the love of our life. I also think that it reminds many of us to celebrate love and try to be romantic throughout the year.

Sure sometimes it’s difficult to be romantic. Not because we don’t want to, but rather because of our hectic and fast-paced lifestyles. We just need to remember to relax, smell the flowers, and share some flowers.

I’ve learned that it really doesn’t take that much effort to show affection and be romantic. A 20 minute massage, kisses on the neck, or a simple candlelight dessert at home will do the job.

A short, simple, rhyming love poem like the one above is another example of how we may all ignite some romance at any time in our lives. It’s not about spending lots of money. It’s about doing something for the person that you love from the bottom of your heart. That speaks volumes, and can never be bought.

I’d just like to wish you, not only a wonderfully successful Valentine’s Day, but also an affectionate and romantic year.

 

Best of Luck,
Martin

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