Valentine's Day Poem by Colonel Muhamad Khalid Khan

Valentine's Day

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Valentine's Day
Saint Valentine of Rome was imprisoned
For performing weddings for soldiers
Who were forbidden to marry not to send
Who were persecuted on the altars

Valentine healed Asterius the daughter
Of jailer, and before his execution, he wrote
Her letter signed Your Valentine" as farewell
From that day on it became a love quote

Love is to be celebrated and to openly dwell
In the hearts of those who take care as pain
As a life time celebration of a lover to excel
By dangling and dancing in the dazzling rain

In all moon beams and in all sun streaks
With real love sentiments and love passion
So this is who the love of a martyr speaks
Oh Love is engraved as a real love fashion

Col Muhammad Khalid Khan
Copyright 2018 Golden Glow

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Dr Dillip K Swain 14 February 2018

You have unfolded the history behind Valentine's Day in this adorable poem! Thanks for this commendable poem being chosen as POD! Congratulations! !

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Thanks a lot Dr Dillip K Swain

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Thanks a lot Dr.Dillip

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A B Faniki 19 August 2019

A well versed poem with lovely flow of words. Thanks for sharing such beautifu work of love

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Mahtab Bangalee 29 May 2018

sweet songs- Love is to be celebrated and to openly dwell In the hearts of those who take care as pain 10+++

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 18 February 2018

Wow congrats on your poem of the day honor, an impressive poem rich in historical into and human love and sentiment wow. So apt for the Valentine season. Kudos. Pleez do review/comment my newest poem too titled 'song for lunarlovers

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James Mclain 14 February 2018

Col Muhamad, congratulations on your poem of the day.. James McLain

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Thanks James Mclain

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Seamus O Brian 14 February 2018

Good sir, you have rightly represented the ideal of love, embodied in the life of one man, and inspiringly encapsulated in his poetic tribute. Congratulations, Colonel.

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Thanks Seamus

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