Birthday vs Valentine Day

In every present that you receive

Love and care for you is wrapped

On this day and those that follow

Very luck let be your guide,

Every step a happy one.


You are older and perhaps changed

Only to me you will remain the same,

Unforgettable friend


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  2. litadoolan
    Feb 12, 2014 @ 15:49:07

    Such a lovely poem to open up close to Valentine’s day



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