February Valentines

We met as tiny tots
Moving steps of love
Waving flags of roses
Celebrating first Valentines.

Those cards still present
Filled with chocolate kisses
And heart so pure
That I forever miss those days.

It was school of just girls
Where forever bonds were formed
Love meant just us and no relations
And yet we made it all special.

We wrote poetry to dedicate
For each other’s lives
And cut cakes of rejoices
In heart of free wills.

Valentine day might never be same
When we stopped meeting every day
Yet the beautiful bond stayed
And we still wish love on this day.

Then we got the best Valentine Gift
This year of all years I passively smiled
When a princess arrived from your womb
On rose day to make this day forever special.

It was the first time I saw a new born
Touching the essence of God in it
And will forever feel that love divine
In form of the gift you gave, my valentine.
P.S. This post is dedicated to my school best friends and specially to my bestie who gave birth to a princess a week before Valentine’s Day and gave us a Valentine gift we will forever cherish 🙂

I Also take the opportunity to Thank Thursday Poet’s Rally for the award. I would like to nominate Yogesh for the award next week.

r This post is written as part of the The Month of the Year Challenge- Season 2.
Also Prompted @ Three Word Wednesday

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12 thoughts on “February Valentines

  1. sooo sweeet dedication .. and so heartfelt … :)school friends and their kids.. oh i remember when i met my bestie after 2 years and with her son .. i felt so so bonded with the kid .. n all d pampering .. it ws fun!!

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