Denis Martindale


Valentine's Day - Poem by Denis Martindale

If only I were a Time Lord,
Two hearts to love you twice!
Through my two eyes you stand adored!
You're special and so nice!
Your smiles warm me, like sunshine's beams,
Your laughter makes me glad,
Your face excites a million dreams!
How, then, could I be sad?

If I should lose my one true love,
This day or someday soon,
Would life itself still be enough
Without our honeymoon?
Would love continue throughout time,
If your love was no more?
Would I survive through faith sublime?
In truth, I'm not so sure!

You see, to me... yes, you're the one...
The one I'm meant to wed...
The one whose love outshines the sun
Both now and years ahead...
This is no easy love to bear...
No lightweight love to own...
For you stand out, my lady fair...
Yes, you, and you alone...

St Valentine's is here again!
What better time than this?
Proposing marriage, noble men
Prepare for married bliss!
That's why I'm here, on bended knee...
To give this diamond ring!
And asking, 'Will you marry me?
To me, you're everything! '

Topic(s) of this poem: love, marriage

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 4, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 14, 2016


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