Treasure Island

Bree Rhayne


Valentines Day~


Valentine, oh valentine, you're so Devine.
True as the stars that always shine.
Valentine, oh valentine, from you I learned love.
Someone like you I thought was undreamed of.
Valentine, oh valentine, won't you be mine?
To make dreams reality, by love sublime.
Valentine, oh valentine, a scarlet rose?
On this day when roses reign,
A rose from you is all I wish to gain.
Valentine, oh valentine, can this be fate?
My fate is always changing, but for you it can wait.
Valentine, oh valentine, two hearts combine.
I've never felt a heart touch mine 'till ours entwined.
Valentine, oh valentine, sing me a song,
A song that can't be forgotten, something lifelong.
Valentine, oh valentine, won't you be mine?
Together, forever. Until the end of time.

Submitted: Thursday, February 14, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 15, 2013

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