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Valentine Day


The Valentine day is near,
For those to express their unexpressed love the day is here;
This time just go for it my dear,
And for the consequences do not fear!

There are various ways to express love,
From roses, cards, to love letters from dove;
Huge profits do the shopkeepers who sell these earn,
And with a big grin the hidden secrets of lovers they learn!

East or West, Honey...you are the best,
The lovers goodwill is put on a test;
Those who pass this is in Cloud nine,
And those who don't, wait for next Valentine day, is that fine?

Setting aside jokes,
Here's an ardent wish for all my reader folks;
May every day seem like Valentine day,
And lets make our life happy in every way!

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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