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POETRY: A Lonesome Valentines

Shall I call you for a dance
‘Till the night will be morning
Since the day you left
I still long
Your hugs and kisses
Your sweet smile, tender heart
But I know those were the days
when you were mine, dearly mine
Now, again I am vain
Vain for longing for the hands
that I usedΒ toΒ hold
The hair, that I used to caress
the You that I used to hug
But I know those were the days
when you were mine, dearly mine
As I lit the candle tonight
I remember all your laughs
Your smiles, your jokes
Your ponytail, your skinny jeans
When we’re seated on a couple sheet
of white cloth with petals spreads
A red rose
and a scented berry ice cream
But I know those were the days
when you were mine, dearly mine
How I wish those were forever
You’d promised me to stay
For as long as forever
You’d promise me to wait
‘Till the day that I have you a ring
You’d promised me you’ll stay
For me, for me forever
but you broke it
As you shut off the candle light
that night, that very night
I am vain now
I am vain and I am afraid
that I will not be in loved again
I am vain and I am afraid
that someone would bleed my heart again
I am vain and I am afraid
that someone would break those promises again
I am vain, really I am
But those were the day
when you were mine, not now
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About the Poem

Because I have no date for today, February 14, I wrote this. I hope you like it.

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