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Bitter Sweet Valentine
by Caitlin Schemmer
She dreams of his lips,
So lollipop smooth,
Perfectly pink,
With his dark brown locks
and his amazing
eye-locking gorgeous green-blue eyes.
He is her Valentine,

They are just neighbors,
They are just friends,
But hopefully more before the day ends.

He turns his perfect shaped body,
His bouncing brown curls,
Kisses her check,
and her heart whirls and twirls,
but to her dismay,
he had found another Valentine that day.
At least I got a kiss…
She says as she turns away.

They are just neighbors,
They are just friends,
But nothing more when the day ends.

He thinks of her broken heart,
Her many torn places,
Her mask worn in all situations,
But underneath he knows,
There is a girl no one sees,
There is something more to her,
Or so he wishes to believe.

They are just classmates,
They were once friends,
He prays to be lovers by days end.

He spots her,
Her eyes dripping wet,
She’s sitting in the hall,
With nothing,
and no one at all.
He comes forth and asks her,
I wouldn’t mind, not even at all,
if you were the one,
I gave my love to,
not just today, but tomorrow too,
so what do you say,
because I am in love with you,
Would you mind being mine,
Even if it is just for today?

She wiped away her tears,
She knew they were pointless anyway,
Looked up and smiled,
She couldn’t say no,
Not even the next day,
How unmiserable she was,
And how his face glowed,
They trotted off,
Faces filled with glee.

They are classmates,
They are now friends,
Now even lovers, if only till days end.

The other boy,
Whose heart was greedy for looks,
His love was lost,
And tossed away,
Like it was nothing to the wicked girl,
As if it were child’s play.

What a bitter sweet Valentine’s Day.

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