Untitled Valentine Wishes

❤ ❤ ❤

I am the lucky recipient of a beautiful Valentine poem written by a wonderful friend and member of my Writers’ Group, Joan Harder. She has the uncanny ability to rhyme her poetry and make it flow and make lovely sense—all at the same time. I had to share my good fortune with you all and I echo her sentiment in the last line of her poem. It was Untitled:

The snow is falling gently, the temperature is chilly,
And sending out warm greetings at first seemed rather silly.
Today it’s -6C. but plunging every day,
to -15 Monday and windy so they say.
So find a cosy sofa, and grab a quilt for cover,
and cuddle up with chocolate, and arms around your lover!!!
Or, if that’s not your style, then spend some time with friends
And make sure to send greetings before the 14th ends.

Happy Valentines Day to all my friends and loved ones.

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Published in: on February 14, 2015 at 6:31 pm  Comments (10)  
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10 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Thank you for the wishes and the poem was bloody nice

  2. Happy Valentine’s Day to you too, my friend 🙂

    • and to you – hoping your recovery is coming along

      • Thank you. I’m doing really well and feeling fabulous! Wish I’d had the courage to have it done sooner. I won’t wait so long for the next one! 🙂

  3. Lovely poem….happy Valentine’s Day Lou.

  4. Enjoyed this lovely poem. 🙂

  5. How nice.
    Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s Day.
    {Hugs}


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