Dorothy Pugin

Rookie (27 April 1965 / South Africa, living in the UK for the past 10 years)

A Valentine - Poem by Dorothy Pugin

Televisions, shops
supermarkets all
gaudy display
expressions of this day.
Stylised hearts,
flowers forced red,
cupids look daft
no street cred!
I simply refuse
to gorge
on this hype
have this poem,
if you will,
it's how I feel.


Comments about A Valentine by Dorothy Pugin

  • (6/9/2006 11:13:00 AM)

    Nice write, just enough rhyme to hold it together without being Greeting Card verse! The sentiments couldn't be more apt. The day has become an excuse for commercial blackmail - buy your sweetie a gift, OR ELSE. She'll be plenty hurt if you don't, and you're going to have to sleep on the couch till her birthday. Loved this one. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 13, 2006

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