Jackson Worth


Valentine


Valentine, I said it to this girl one time
For maybe baby I’ll be yours and let’s say you be mine.

But as I you spoke the sky gave signs
Of crystal droplets; Stony lime
An indication that perhaps persuasion’s
Wasting all my precious lines

But come say I, and kiss the wines
That danced across our lips one time
I can’t said she, for this is he
Never yours, I am his Valentine.

Submitted: Sunday, September 06, 2009
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