Sometimes you have feelings for someone but you're not sure if they feel the same way about you. To share your feelings straight out is scary and leaves you very vulnerable. On Valentine's Day, you may want to write a humorous poem, one that feels light and sweet, in order to find out whether they have feelings for you. In this way you won't get hurt if they not interested and you've shown that you are interested if they are. This is a safe way to make your feelings known without getting hurt.
It's not the length of the poem that matters, rather it is the thought that goes into it. A short poem to your Valentine can easily be more powerful than a long one. It is the content that matters. In fact, if you're taking the time to write something of your own, you're probably on the right track. Don't go for the "roses are red, violets are blue" variety of poems. Don't give her a card with a prewritten poem in it. That won't get you anywhere. True romance are words from your heart to hers.
If you're getting together with your boyfriend on Valentine's Day, you may be asking yourself if your boyfriend cares for you as much as you care for him. Well here's something you should know about guys. They're not the best at sharing their feelings. They may need a little poking and prodding. Don't look at this as a sign that they don't care. They need your help. Show him how to be a good lover. Be clear about what you want, he's probably more scared than you.
Do you ever look across the dinner table and wonder where the sexy man that you married went? Well, I've got news for you. He's probably thinking the same about you. It is said that familiarity breeds contempt. Hopefully you don't hold your husband in contempt, but it's definitely not like it used to be. If you want your husband to sit up and take notice, do something unusual this Valentine's Day. The longer that you've been married, the crazier it has to be.