Valentine alone poems
This will be my valentine
- by Theresa Witbooi 59He will be gentle, loving, strong, sensitive and kind
He will be all this and more combined
He is somewhere in this world of rage
When we meet we'll be on the same page
For me, he will move mountains
Together we'll drink from crystal fountains
He will always bring me flowers
His kisses will rain on me like showers
He will always be there for me in times of trouble
We'll never have a major squabble
He will playfully ruffle my hair
In my ears he will whisper "don't despair"
Without reason we will dance
Against those who hurt me he will take a tough stance
He will not lie or cheat, in each others arms we'll admit defeat
In love he will always be fair
His heart only mine to share
His eyes always on me will shine
A man a heart so fine
This will be my Valentine!
Can i be your valentine
- by Casey E. Gauman 58Every day we act as though we are just good friends.
It is though we are seeing through a different lens.
But I wish we could be more.
Because crying makes me feel poor.
Poor of love, as though nobody loves me.
If you look it isn't that hard to see.
Can't we be more than just good friends?
Can't we look through the same lens?
Can you picture us together?
Can I be the certain her?
The her you're always talking about.
The one you say you can't live without.
I know what I ask is a little much.
I just want us to be able to touch.
Hold each other and never let go.
But if I ask will the answer be no?
Either way I have to take a chance.
May our hearts have one dance?