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Romantic Poems for your Valentine 

By: Renato Caceres, Sports Editor, The Pawprint 

Valentine’s Day is one of the most important dates around the world. The day known as Valentine’s Day is celebrated in many places in different ways, although the most common is to dedicate to your partner a nice card, a special phrase, or a detail that he or she will never forget. And why not give her a poem? Surely your valentine will be surprised when reading it because there are plenty of poems to choose from, both famous and anonymous authors. In this article, I will talk about the best and most famous valentine poems that you can dedicate to your loved ones 

You’re My Everything

By: Jennifer D Ethirage 

You’re the beauty in the sunrise,

The soft warmth shining in the trees.

Joyful lightness that’s in your eyes,

The slightest tingling from the breeze.

You’re birds singing on a spring day,

Beauty, peace, love and art…

My music, my love, my Monet.

You’re my joy, my muse, my heart.

I’m In Love With You

By Meagean D Murdoch  

It’s the way you say I love you and the way you hold my hand.

There’s just so much about you I completely understand.

It’s the twinkle in your eye that I only see when you look at me.

It’s the warmth of your hands; it sends a shock straight to my feet.

It’s how you always amaze me, you surprise me all day long.

This I know is true.

Baby, I’m in love with you!

Be My Valentine Forever

By: Gelinda Galea 

I love you for a lifetime,

Not only for a day.

I love you for who you are,

Not what you do or say.

I love the way you love me back,

So there is only one thing I can say.

I love you with my heart and soul and every other way,

So will you be my valentine not only for one day?

I Still Love You

By: Leilani Hermosa Petersen

Of all the things I’ve ever said,

Of all the tears I’ve ever shed,

Of all the things I did to you,

I want you to know that I still love you.

Of all the days we fought and cried,

Of all the days I wished I’d died,

Of all the things you did to pull me through,

I don’t believe it, but I still love you.

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