Valentine-An Accord - Poem by Winston Soldevilla
Verily and happily exchanging glances
Although many at times we take our chances
Looking at each other without anything to say
Exhilarated, our hearts were, taking our breath away
Needed to express our lore of tender passion,
Time abetted to broach these ardent affection.
Inevitably, we have arrive to an accord
None of us neither can't deny nor can't afford.
Ending this longing without the church bells ringing.
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