Romantic Valentine's Day Poem

Valentine At War

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The Truest Love

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Published: February 2006

Throughout the longest of the twilight midnight hours
I lay wondering, weeping, dreaming of my desires
Wishing only that I could sleep devoutly in your arms
Knowing of your hardships as you trudge through muck an mires
I hope, I pray that you dote defending the memory of me
While I guard my thoughts and love of you tenaciously
You have escaped hence from the security of my embrace
To secure my love, my lands, to keep me free
May the Gods protect your cause and hold you in their grace
Whilst I sit and wait and pray that you will recall this place
Others could state that what you do is wrong
Or that the days of knights and chivalry are disappeared and gone
That this war across the waters is the work of angry men
I don't debate the work of hate, but I will not play along
My tears are shedding, river fierce, colored red, white, and blue
As long as I stand, I'll hold my flame high over head for you
You fight and die defending me, there is no truer love
To keep the spirit of freedom firm, our standards high above
On this day of Valentines, I send my sentiments to you
Those of the proud, of the brave, and of the precious few
Regardless of the issue, you are there for me
To keep me strong and secure, your lover Lady Liberty
So keep you safe, my shining knights, who came at my distress
Guard my heart; please bring you home to my softest sweet caress



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