Romantic Valentines Day Poem

I just wrote this one tonight, just in time eh?

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Although we are not together this Valentines day, you are in my heart always.

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© Harry Boslem more by Harry Boslem

Published: Feb 2011

Sweet Valentine

I could watch the sunrise, I could watch the sunset,
I could walk in the rain without getting wet,
I could witness their beauty as the flowers bloom,
I could I could listen to bird songs as the new day dawns,
I could feel the sunshine through the darkest clouds,
I could hear a sweet whisper through the roar of a crowd,
I could walk on water without soaking my feet,
I could travel the world in less than a week,
I could ponder the knowledge passed down by the wise,
I could dwell in a castle built in the sky,
I could paint a portrait and bring it to life,
I could sleep without pain, on the edge of a knife,
I could play a sweet melody to soften the mood,
I could take all the bad and turn it to good,
I could float on the breeze, I could fly on the wind,
I could soar high in the sky leaving the world behind,
I could travel the cosmos and watch it unfold,
I could witness it's power, so wonderful to behold,
But of all the wonderful things I could do,
There's nothing in the universe that compares to you,
I'll hold you in my heart for the rest of my life,
You're my living miracle, my sweet valentine.

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  • by Raymonkyle, Ghana, Kasoa
  • 2/13/2014

Although we are not together this Valentines day, you are in my heart always.

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  • by Timothy O. Okpara
  • Feb 2012

Sweet Valentine by Harry Boslem is truly a beautiful piece. It has not only touched me, but rocked me as well. The poem is too much, it is exceptionally wonderful. Me thinks this is the best poem ever, for the time being in force, I have read from familyfriends. I am not exaggerating or pulling any ones leg. This poem can move mountain, it can simply touch any one with a heart. It can even squeeze out water from a stone. I hail Harry Boslem once more and urge him to maintain the pace and space with his acquaintance with the Muses. Keep on sailing. I raise my two hands for this well written and chosen poem. Poetry is growing.

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