Amouta Stardancer

Rookie (september 20,1991 / Connecticut)

Valentines - Poem by Amouta Stardancer

I want chocolates,
on Valentines day,
like all the other girls,
smiling and laughing,
with their treats and cards,
I don’t want to be like them,
and sweets aren’t that important,
flowers smell good, but they wither away,
and cards come pre-written, hallmark is so generic,
yes, I want chocolates,
on Valentine’s day,
stouffer’s, hershey’s,
take your pick,
I don’t mind,
I’ll settle for a chocolate kiss,
just promise not to miss.
I want Valentines to be everyday,
when I’m with you,
give me chocolates for September,
for march, for june, for November,
just promise to remember,
to show me why they smile,
those girls I don’t care to be,
just say you’ll be my Valentine,
even though it sounds so corny.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 16, 2008

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