Thursday, February 14, 2013

To My Valentine...

You are somewhere in this world
lost and lonely.

I don't know who you are yet
I can't see your face
But I know your heart
and it belongs to me
Just as mine,
belongs to you

You yearn for a woman to help
bring out the best in you,
to laugh with you,
cry with you,
grow with you

You search and search
through dates, relationships and insignificant encounters

Time is not important
Who can  put time restraints on matters of the heart?

And so I wait,
for you,
my love.

Cupid has yet to get it right for me.  So in honor of all things love, I have brought back an oldie but a goody that I wrote last year, in hopes that this year, the cherub with the arrow, finds his target.  This was inspired by my unending hope that somewhere out there, someone waits for me.  I'm a hopeless romantic, I can admit it.    Wishing all of you a day filled with all that you love!


Unknown said...

Keep being a romantic, the alternative is so much worse. Hope your prince shows up soon. Happy Valentine's Day.

Patty said...

The world needs hopeless romantics, don't ever give up!

One day, you will feel that little "twinge" that tells you he's finally here. I'm sure of it!

'Yellow Rose' Jasmine said...

Nice poem- worth a repeat I would say! I love your optimism and I know it will all work out for you one day.

The Frisky Virgin said...

Oh, my dear friend, I feel the same way, and I ADORE your poem SO SO SO much. AND I adore YOU!!! *HUGS* Those pesky soul mates are out there somewhere!!! <3

Yvonne said...

Felicia- Thanks! I'm an eternal optimist it seems. -Hope your day was full of all things love and happy.

Patty- :) Thank you. I hope so, I hope so...

YRJ- :) Hopefully it will be before I become a senior citizen. ha!

FV- HA! Thanks, doll! Right back at ya! said...

It's a wonderful poem, Yvonne. And now drop by my blog for good news. Please also email me your address (


Yvonne said...

Robyn- Aww, thank you. And YAY!!! :)

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