John Paul Ang
Valentine - Poem by John Paul Ang
Will you be my valentine?
Could i now make you mine?
I may have waited too long,
one of the things i did wrong.
Is the time now right,
To end these solitary nights?
What would it take,
To make this sleeping heart wake?
Can i give you what you need?
Can i fulfill what you heed?
I want to see through your heart,
If only i could be a part.
If roses are not enough,
it would not make me stop.
If only words can apply,
Then I'll just wait for your reply.
And so i ask, will you be my valentine,
and make my dimming sun again shine?
Will you be the one who's right for me,
The one who'll finally set me free?
I'll open my closed doors,
if you would open yours.
Your one true love,
would be the best gift i could have.
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