Sweet Valentine Flower
Poem By Hebert Logerie
It's Valentine's Day, I'm going to contemplate you,
And celebrate with you, until the night is through.
I am going to admire the color of your skin,
From early dawn until the fall of the dark curtain.
I want to breathe, inhale your beauty,
And nourish my blood with your aroma.
Sweet darling, let me display my fidelity,
By offering you my soul and my charisma.
The town will be lightly perfumed later on.
After the bells of the Angelus, I'll have in my possession
The divine torch to awaken and to praise you,
Until the departure of the midnight's moon.
Alas! You will be naturally parched,
And gently imbued in the sea of love and kisses.
Exhausted, you'll be ranked among the Misses,
Who have left a lasting impact on my heart.
It's your birthday; you and I are now sharing one body.
Listen to the melodies of the third symphony
Of Beethoven that the entire world is humming,
Under the sparkling stars of the amorous evening.
Copyright© February 2012, Hebert Logerie, All Rights Reserved
Hébert Logerie is the author of four poetry books:
‘Etincelles de l'Amour'; ‘Monts et Vallées de l'Amour';
‘Sparkles of Love'; et ‘Mounts and Valleys of Love'
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