Saturday, November 5, 2011

Valentine’s Day Blues

                        
Tears streamed down his face again

As Valentine’s Day approached;

For on that day a year ago

David’s heart had been crushed.


His Valentine had ditched him then

And mated with his foe;

It had taken him a really long time

To recover from this blow.


So, David vowed to shun this day

But Fate had other plans,

For he consented to a Blind Date theme:

A dinner and a dance.


And there she was in front of him

A damsel blessed with grace;

‘Twas her smile our hero loved the best

It beautified her face.


They strolled out together arm in arm,

Two strangers so in love;

He whispered sweet nothings to her

Then presented a clay dove.


“Take this bird and remember me,”

David told his Valentine;

“For I shall be forever yours,

And, my dear, you shall be mine.”

14 comments :

Venessa Vivek said...

Hey what a terrific poem!!!

Anonymous said...

Neat.

Venessa Vivek said...

That's what I meant.

Anonymous said...

I know.

Venessa Vivek said...

Exactly.

Anonymous said...

What?????

dorothy p said...

Let's ban these monosyllabilic posts and replies, They make me sick and wheazy.

Anonymous said...

Yes

Vivek Pereira said...

This is one of the best poems I've written and I thought up the entire thing during one sleepless night. Yes sleepless in Mumbai can do wonders.

Maurice P said...

Monkey likes it too.

annahazare420 said...

I love Jan Lok Pal. It is my one and only love.

Anonymous said...

You will soon be separated from it.

dorothy p said...

What a verse!!! What an incredible verse!!!

parkerd said...

I just love this poem. It's quite nice.