Category: Love poems

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Dinner with my Valentine; wine and Sinatra Fine haiku-be-do-be-do – Mark L. Lucker © 2018 http://lrd.to/sxh9jntSbd

Valentine Poem #5 (The Definitive Valentine Poem: for Amy)

Young and beautiful Someday your looks will be gone When the others turn you off Who’ll be turnin’ you on I will, I will, I will, - The Captain and Tennile, Love Will Keep Us Together We have been together twenty years nineteen of those as husband, wife skeptics be damned; we knew early it … Continue reading Valentine Poem #5 (The Definitive Valentine Poem: for Amy)

Calling my wife at work (Valentine Poem #4)

Can I take you to lunch? May I take you upstairs? I have only an hour to go where I desire to be taken – taking time for longings, for lunch - taking time is tempting as you tempt me, letting me be taken to lunch or taken elsewhere, always hungry because I am always … Continue reading Calling my wife at work (Valentine Poem #4)

A revision from the dusty recesses of the Marchives: Valentines Poem #2

Poets have often likened love to roses summer days other sundry natural phenomenon I see love in more esoteric yet practical ways; love is tartar sauce. It looks like hell you have no idea what might be in it yet you always seem to find it tasty.

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Dinner with my Valentine; wine and Sinatra Fine haiku-be-do-be-do...

Valentine Poem #1

My first Valentine was an always smiling, friendly, never-ever mean girl named Linda she had long, blonde hair typically tied up in bouncy pigtails bound with basic-color rubber bands, not a shiny ribbon or the big, gaudy, pink-plastic barrettes the snooty, untouchable first-grade girls favored We shared cards and candy conversation hearts in our chair-back … Continue reading Valentine Poem #1