VALENTINE VERSES


Underneath the old oak tree
I kissed you and you kissed me.
You were nine and I was ten,
Now we're 60, would you do it again?


 



You're sweet as honey
And I love you so,
Oh, you don't have money?
Then I'll have to go.


 



My heart is cuddled
In your big strong hands,
Your Old Spice is beguiling,
Will you be my man?


 



We can't hold hands,
Cause we're both on walkers,
So can we be,
Two lovin' sweet talkers?


 



Here's a chocolate
Just for you,
You can have another,
If you'll let me catch you.


 



Sing me a song of
Your burnin' love,
And I will be
Your turtle dove.



By Norma (Twi1ite@sbcglobal.net)

 

 

 




Brought up from the Archives.


Old Love

Thank Heaven

Lonely Love







Did We Ever Say Goodbye?

A Special Song

Sunday Morning Stroll

Wonders



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