Valentine Poetry With A Touch of Love
Thank You St. Valentine
Now, Romantic poetry, especially if it is by real-life lovers like Robert Browning and his wife Elizabeth Barrett Browning is always a good option for your sentimental SH. That is the reason why you need to look for "Sonnets from the Portuguese," as a really nice Valentine's day gift.
One of the most famous love songs in the shape of Valentine's Day poetry is"how do I love thee; let me count the ways". If you want to be really corny, write down this line, and then proceed further on the lines of "but then I am not EBB, so I had better show thee" in the ways that count!" and write down the rendezvous location - your bedroom. If she/he does not melt into a sentimental puddle at this romantic gesture, there is something drastically wrong with your relationship!
You might want to try your own hand at Valentine poetry yourself. "Roses are red, violets are blue" is passe, because they have been expanded into many hilarious forms like, "people like you should be kept in a zoo." We do not want that, do we? Nevertheless, writing your own love poetry is a good exercise in creativity.
Love matches with dove and definitely not the mundane kitchen stove, so be imaginative, and not practical.
Remember that you need to know the meaning of the words you use while writing love poetry. There was an example of 2 little girls, who wanted their widowed mother to marry a rich suitor, so they sent him a poem on Valentine's day saying, "if thou will be my Valentine, I shall be your concubine," thus effectively scaring off the proper Victorian suitor.
So unless your own true love feels the same way, do not go proposing to him on Valentine's Day, unless of course you do not mind being his concubine instead of his wife.
Some of Sir Philip Sidney's love poetry - you can go to Elizabethan times for some really good fruity stuff - says, "My true love hath my heart, as I have his; in just exchange one for the other give." If that does not move your dear pouting darling, nothing can.
John Donne's poetry can also be adapted for Valentine poetry. And if one really wants the real stuff, he could go to the ancients for inspiration, and see Catullus' poems for the rather flirty Lesbia.
Lesbia, you ask how many kisses of yours
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