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Monday, 14 February 2011

For Valentine's Birth

I waked with a blanket surrounding me
My night was filled with warmth 
My egg incubated  through winter
And on this day I was born with wings

My coming has been awaited  
Red roses and cards, cakes, chocolates and wine
My presence has been longed for
I have been ushered into this world, royal 

Angels and stars, blends into my wrap around 
Joy bestowed on smiles; giggles, second blush
Today we can celebrate love, my heart beat 
Birthdays of valentine, cupid wore nappies 

Today we can share our love, red roses, tulips, 
Bouquets and all that preference desire
Melted chocolates, strawberry, raspberry; feast on
Apples and passion fruits, blackberry
If I had one wish, today we would profess our love

Shared with : Carryontuesday http://carryontuesdayprompt.blogspot.com/
Thursdaypoetrally: http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.blogspot.com/


  1. Celebration of life, celebration of love...

    missing me

  2. sweet..

    super elegant imagery.

  3. And the poet stepped out proudly, spoke clearly and eloquently. Well done.

  4. nice.. the trinkets of love and celebration

  5. so sweet.. just in case you have not been, here's my week 38 haha! http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/09/30/i-cant-hold-it/

  6. sweet one.. love and celebration nice to read...

    Someone is Special

  7. Very beautiful! It was a true joy to read. Thank you.


  8. birth, life, love and so it begins all over again! Nicely done!

  9. Sweetly romantic. I like the illustration too. Thanks for linking it into Thursday Poets Rally. Well done.

    Poem on ...

  10. Very interesting read. Thank you,


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