Fie KroC


Happy Val(end) tine


Happy Valentine, I hope you choke on chocolate,
Happy Valentine, or of the nauseatingly romance in the air

This stomach-turning smell of red roses,
The desires in the night

Happy Valentine, will Amor’s arrow kill you?
Happy Valentine, I certainly wouldn’t mind it

The sexy lingerie you’ve bought, I hope it won’t fit,
And the candles, let them blaze!

Happy Valentine, why so happy Valentine?
Happy Valentine, you got beaten with clubs, stoned, and then beheaded

Valentines Day, you’re bloody awful!

Submitted: Monday, May 19, 2014

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Time for some not romantic Valentine, but some..fun/evil.. Sometimes it's just too... much
But I don't hate it! I just don't care really...

So we celebrate this guy, Saint Valentine. The prefect of Rome commanded him to be beaten with clubs, and afterwards, to be beheaded, which was executed on February 14, about the year 270. Nice, right?
(there are some different stories though..)

Enjoy YOUR day!

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