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valentine poems

Valentine Gift A Single Rose Exchanged for A Whole Season Dating The bird has long arrived For the rendezvous But where is the wind? Missing The very idea of you Tangoing afar As in an entanglement With that of me Beating tranquility Of two rainbow-like hearts Hung in the sky, crying aloud In one and the same muted voice: I miss you From Another World I don’t know your name Nor will I have any idea about Your age, your family, your work Your daily routine or idiosyncrasy But I will remember the muted music Of your breath, the smell of your spirit Especially your serene looks and posture O how can I ever forget you did not even Turn your head to look at me beside you But for the meeting, the three trillion cells In my body have been beseeching so many Different stars in the parallel universe To arrange for us to see each other Here and now, though only once in this lifetime Chronometry I kissed your morning With mine, and held Your night closely with mine too Between your spring and autumn I lay my summer Deep in winter From your January through February To your March, I wrap your April and May With my June and July Within your August I use my September or October To caress both your November and December And right from your moment I suck my whole year

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Date: 2/11/2018 5:26:00 PM
A menagerie of pleasing words. Written for, those lovebirds. As diverse as love itself. You should be proud of yourself. Thank you for sharing
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Date: 2/2/2018 5:35:00 PM
Great first post Yuan.. Welcome to poetry soup..
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