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Valentines Day Poems

One of the most romantic things you can do is write Valentines Day poems for your one true love. If you are not good at writing poems, you can find one on the Internet. You will just have to make sure that you present it well. Maybe read it to your love in a romantic location. Maybe you will want to take your wife to a restaurant. Be sure to take her to her favorite place. Then, once dinner is over and everything is quiet, you can read her your poem. You can be guaranteed that she will love it. This is a great way for you to show your wife that you love her and care about her.



Here are some examples of cute valentine's day poems:

Valentine Obsession

My Valentine, my love, my all,
How did this come to be?
This romance has me quite beguiled;
You’ve captivated me.

I breathe you every waking hour,
And when I sleep, I dream
That you are in my arms again...
Sweet fantasies extreme.

I’m sure that I was born for you;
You have me so fulfilled.
You kiss me and caress me,
As wild feelings start to build.

But that’s not all, my Valentine;
My mind is also yours.
And for this fine obsession,
It seems there are no cures.

So tell me that you feel the same;
Tell me that you’re mine.
Let me know you’ll always be
My treasured Valentine.

By Joanna Fuchs

To My Husband, My Life, My Eternal Valentine

This is to thank you for being by side
For comforting and caring when I was all confused inside.
This is for the phone calls you make every day
Just to tell me “I love you” every minute of the day.

The way you take my hand in yours
For all the world to see
That this is the woman
Who is most special to me.

You always seem to know
When I need a hug, kiss or smile…
You never cease to amaze me
When you say, “I'm here…let's talk for a while.”

In decades past we've had our share
Of ups and downs and problems galore
But you are the one who remained at my side
Never thinking of walking out the door.

I adore the way you tell me,
“You are my forever best friend,”
I love the way I believe in you…
And that you will be there till the end.

Thank you for all the time you give me
And for saying, “It's never enough…”
Thank you for listening as I ramble on…
When things become rather tough.

We are in the best years of our lives
Thirty four years on our journey together
I want to grow old with you…and you with me
I want to love YOU---FOREVER.
JoMarie Grinkiewicz

Valentine Memories

Grandma's book of valentines
Rekindles memory's flame,
Of days when she was just a girl
And life a happy game. 

Each lace-edged card a getting bears
From friends of long ago,
Girls in gingham dresses
And that “special” Sunday beau.

It brings a twinkle to her eye, 
Dissolving lines of age,
As we sit in the lamplight
And turn each well worn page. 

It makes me kind of wonder
f perhaps some distant day,
A grandchild shall sit at my side 
And leaf each page this way.

‘Cause I could sit for hours,
There at my grandma's knee,
And listen to the stories
That the valentines set free.

A book of antique valentines
That reaches black in time
To tell the tales of yesteryear
In illustrated rhyme. 

Shirley Sallay

No One Like You

My darling Valentine, it's clear,
I love you more and more each year.
Our love is contentment, happiness, too,
Because there's just no one like you.

Whenever I feel down and blue,
You make me laugh, and I feel new.
Your loving looks turn my heart to goo;
There's no one, Love, no one like you.

I'm blessed to have your true devotion;
I'm filled with warm and sweet emotion.
You show your love in all you do;
You're one of a kind--no one like you.

And so, my dearest Valentine,
I'm oh, so glad that you are mine.
Our love is faithful, strong and true.
Sweetheart, there's just no one like you.

By Joanna Fuchs

Valentine Wish List

I wish I had words to tell you
The joy you bring to my life.
I wish you could know the wonder I feel
Realizing we're husband and wife.

I want you to feel the pleasure
That fills my heart when you smile.
If you knew what it feels like to hold you,
You'd know I feel bliss for awhile.

If we could be soul mates forever,
Each day the bright sun would shine.
I hope you know how I love you;
Please stay my sweet Valentine.

By Karl and Joanna Fuchs

She Walks in Beauty

by Lord Byron (1788-1824)

It opens:
She walks in beauty, like the night
Of cloudless climes and starry skies;
And all that’s best of dark and bright
Meet in her aspect and her eyes;
Thus mellowed to that tender light
Which heaven to gaudy day denies.

The Good-Morrow

by John Donne (1572 - 1631)

I wonder, by my troth, what thou and I
Did, till we loved? Were we not weaned till then?
But sucked on country pleasures, childishly?
Or snorted we in the Seven Sleepers’ den?
’Twas so; but this, all pleasures fancies be.
If ever any beauty I did see,
Which I desired, and got, ’twas but a dream of thee.
And now good-morrow to our waking souls,
Which watch not one another out of fear;
For love, all love of other sights controls,
And makes one little room an everywhere.
Let sea-discoverers to new worlds have gone,
Let maps to other, worlds on worlds have shown,
Let us possess one world, each hath one, and is one.
My face in thine eye, thine in mine appears,
And true plain hearts do in the faces rest;
Where can we find two better hemispheres,
Without sharp north, without declining west?
Whatever dies, was not mixed equally;
If our two loves be one, or, thou and I
Love so alike, that none do slacken, none can die.

The Passionate Shepherd to His Love

by Christopher Marlowe (1564 - 1593)

Come live with me and be my Love,
And we will all the pleasures prove
That hills and valleys, dale and field,
And all the craggy mountains yield.
There will we sit upon the rocks
And see the shepherds feed their flocks,
By shallow rivers, to whose falls
Melodious birds sing madrigals...

One Perfect Rose

A single flower he sent me ,since we met
all tenderly his messenger he chose;
deep-hearted, pure with scented dew 
still wet
one perfect rose.
I knew the language of the flower
"my fragile leaves ,it said 
his heart enclose"
love long has taken for his locket
one perfect rose.
Why is it no one ever sent me yet
one perfect limousine,
do you suppose?
Ah, no it’s always just my luck to get
one perfect rose

- Monia Jackson

Hearts and flowers

Hearts and flowers on Valentine’s day.
heart shaped candy, help me say:
I Love you in a special way,
because love is the reason for Valentine’s day.
Valentine’s day is a special time
for songs to sing
and poems that rhyme,
a happy time for everyone.
I’m so glad you're a friend of mine

newfoundland and labrador rule

- Kelly Russell

A Valentine's Wish

To the one who owns this heart of mine
Comes this lovely wish dear valentine
That you'll feel special all day through
Because I think the world of you!

- Joanne Griffiths -

Simple Valentine

Hearts Are Red
Oceans Are Blue
The Perfect Day
Is Being With You

A Day Of Love
A Basket Of Flowers
Barefoot On The Beach
With You For Hours

Tossing A Blanket
Down On The Sand
Enjoying The View
While Holding Your Hand

It's All About
Simplicity
You & Me For
Eternity.

- Brandy Fenner 

It's Valentines Day,

The day about love.
The angels are singing,
Loud up above.

Will you be my angel,
Want to be mine?
I love you so much,
You're my Valentine!

- Jessica-Lynn Grandmont -

Timeless Valentine

As time goes by from year to year,
One thing is surely true, my dear;
Though decades come and decades go,
Just seeing you sets me aglow.

Time shifts my body; I start to sag,
When I pass a mirror, it can make me gag.
My joints all ache; I can hardly move;
Still a smile from you, and I'm in the groove.

Getting older can be a pain,
But with you along, I can't complain.
Despite the things that we go through,
I know I'll never stop loving you.

Your loving heart turns life to play,
As we laugh at time from day to day.
So I write this poem, and I'll hang my sign,
Saying, "Always Be My Valentine."

- Priya Shroff -

To-morrow is St. Valentine's Day

To-morrow is Saint Valentine's Day
All in the morning betime,
And I a maid at your windo
To be your Valentine.

William Shakespeare from Hamlet, Act IV, Scene 5

Plenty of Love

Plenty of love,
Tons of kisses,
Hope some day,
To be your Mrs.

Author Unknown

Conversation Hearts

Such meek
Little tokens
Sugary white,
Shy green, prom
Yellow and pink.
But spiced with
Mottoes: SURE
THING, OH BOY---
Each one like
A reckless wink.

Valerie Worth

Valentine Chocolates

Ordinary candy,
Perhaps--but
Boxed in a ruby
Heart, it grows
Exotic, mysterious;
Not to mention
The red cellophane
Wrapper, which
Looked through,
Shows a marvelous
Scarlet world.

Valerie Worth

FROM THE UPLAND TO THE SEA 

Shall we wake one morn of spring,
Glad at heart of everything,
Yet pensive with the thought of eve?
Then the white house shall we leave.
Pass the wind-flowers and the bays,
Through the garth, and go our ways,
Wandering down among the meads
Till our very joyance needs
Rest at last; till we shall come
To that Sun-god's lonely home,
Lonely on the hillside grey,
Whence the sheep have gone away;
Lonely till the feast-time is,
When with prayer and praise of bliss,
Thither comes the country side.
There awhile shall we abide,
Sitting low down in the porch
By that image with the torch:
Thy one white hand laid upon
The black pillar that was won
From the far-off Indian mine;
And my hand nigh touching thine,
But not touching; and thy gown
Fair with spring-flowers cast adown
From thy bosom and thy brow.
There the south-west wind shall blow
Through thine hair to reach my cheek,
As thou sittest, nor mayst speak,
Nor mayst move the hand I kiss
For the very depth of bliss;
Nay, nor turn thine eyes to me.
Then desire of the great sea
Nigh enow, but all unheard,
In the hearts of us is stirred,
And we rise, we twain at last,
And the daffodils downcast,
Feel thy feet and we are gone
From the lonely Sun-Crowned one,
Then the meads fade at our back,
And the spring day 'gins to lack
That fresh hope that once it had;
But we twain grow yet more glad,
And apart no more may go
When the grassy slope and low
Dieth in the shingly sand:
Then we wander hand in hand
By the edges of the sea,
And I weary more for thee
Than if far apart we were,
With a space of desert drear
'Twixt thy lips and mine, O love!
Ah, my joy, my joy thereof!

By WILLIAM MORRIS

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