"All words are symbols that represent unspeakable realities. Which is also why words are magical." (Donald Miller tweet)

Monday, February 16, 2009

poetry

They say that what women are looking for in a man is a sense of humour, among other things.

Sadly, if you haven't found him yet, you're out of luck. I married him.

Valentine's Day morning found me sitting on the couch reading the paper. Spike got out of bed, stood before me with his hands behind his back (holding a box of chocolates, of course) and recited the following:

It's Valentine's Day
And I got you a treat
It wasn't expensive
But it's really quite sweet

It's also because
You work really hard
And I guess by now
You wish there was a card


But there isn't.

That's right, ladies and gentlemen - I got poetry for Valentine's Day! And chocolate. And a lot of laughter.

To quote one of my favourite bloggers - "I'd marry him again in a heartbeat."

4 comments:

Luanne said...

Oooooooooh how sweet is that.
I just loved his poem...very funny.
You sure have a keeper there Patti.
(And who really needs a card when you've got the chocolates!)

Dougie G said...

Ain't love grand!

Joe said...

On special occassions like these I dust off my home publishing software and design a card. Always delete the text that's there and replace it with prose or poetry to fit the occassion. Now I reveal what is in my heart. Or perhaps a slice of my bent humour. It means more to me and I believe it means more to Linda.

I like Spike's approach as well. Well done thou bard of the heart.

Anonymous said...

Awwwwwe! You guys make such a great couple.