Treasure Island

Danielle Newell

(2nd April 1991 / Nuneaton)

Travelling Valentine


The truth of a day where love is pure
All flowers and sweets that will perish and fall
The scent will fade, the treats all gone
But these feelings inside will flourish for one.
Full kissing and secret smiles
heart pumping, running for miles.
Unspoken words felt with a touch
Body tingling, its all too much.
True love is pure, sweet and strong
Holding each others hands a moment too long.
Tender and true, these feelings for you.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

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this was written for me and my boyfriends first valentine. he says he loved it as its the first poem ive ever written him.

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