Example of Alliteration | A Valentine Love Poem

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Example of Alliteration | A Valentine Love Poem

A Valentine Love Poem

A valentine love poem on Valentine’s Day is something every girl or woman would treasure…perhaps a romantic man, too.

Gifts of jewelry, flowers, or chocolates are traditional Valentine’s Day gifts. They are gifts that don’t require much effort or imagination when choosing.  Valentine’s Day gifts can be sent or purchased at the last minute with the help of Internet shopping.

Yes, something is better than nothing, so the saying goes…as long as it can be perceived as a personal gift chosen with love.

Example of Alliteration | A Valentine Love Poem

The best Valentine’s Day gift is one that comes from the heart. But, no matter the thought behind the gift, including an original valentine love poem would make any Valentine’s Day gift more meaningful and remembered for a very long time.

To help you out, I’ve written Hold My Heart, a valentine love poem you can share with your love on Valentine’s Day.

Hold My Heart

How many times have I told you,
when you hold my hand
happiness holds my heart.

With the beauty of your being,
time stands still,
the sun always shines,
the stars always sparkle.

Now that you are my love, my life…
Hold my heart
Always and forever.

© Barbara R. Johnson


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About the Author:

Grandmother of 5 great kids, retired special ed high school teacher, married since 1972 to Poppy...loves spoiling the grands, crocheting for whomever I can and charities, reading, crafts, outdoors, and blogging.

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