the fourteenth

we say I-love-you every day
who needs a Hallmark holiday?
the fourteenth can come and go

Mama's Losin' ItPrompt #3: A poem for my special Valentine.

16 responses to “the fourteenth

  1. A woman after my own heart! 🙂

  2. So true, I’m not big on all of these holidays. It is nice that my husband and I actually find a way to get out for a date but other than that I don’t need a card. Oh wait, but I wouldn’t mind some jewelry. So a date and some jewelry and then I’m good.

  3. Perfect. Although I do love a card.

  4. The perfect poem! Valentine’s Day is overrated. 🙂

  5. yeah. but i’ll be all pissed if there isn’t some homemade specialness coming my way. and there will be. true love!

  6. I wish I wasn’t so big on Valentine’s Day, but I am huge on romance-my husband is not. This is the one holiday I get my romantic way. Love this by the way.

  7. Here here! Totally agree 🙂

    You all can feel free to celebrate my wedding anniversary at the end of the month if you wish 😉

    Visiting from Mama Kat’s

  8. AMEN! :p
    If you need a made up holiday to remember to tell your sweetheart that you love them, then that doesn’t bode well. Love the sentiment. Thank you for sharing!

  9. I play a cynic on TV and in my marriage but down deep, I want the card and the flowers and all the romance. And its the one day of the year my husband brings me flowers. I won’t give that up! (Unless he just wanted to skip 2/14 in lieu of buying me flowers more often and then I say: GAME ON!)

    But just say no to the teddy bears holding hearts. PUKE!

    And you know you have my heart!

  10. I don’t do Valentine’s Day.. But our anniversary is two weeks later, so I love getting a card for that! 🙂

  11. Great poem, love the sentiment, but must admit I do like a bit of Valentine pampering though…

  12. I like this-it gets right to the point! And those heart-shaped boxes of chocolate are cheaper on the 15th anyway 😉

  13. Love this.

    Mark and are not so much about Valentine’s day.

    We’re about every day.

    Yes.

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