Dear Cupid – A Valentines Day Poem
Check out this poem I wrote, in homage of Valentine’s Day. I call it “Dear Cupid – A Valentines Day Poem“.
I thought I’d help you out a bit, with some gift ideas.
You’ve made some faux pas in the past, some even brought on tears.
I do not want a tea set, an iron or bedding box.
I definitely don’t want Jam, and please dear – no more socks!
I’m not ungrateful, Cupid, but I’d prefer you got it right.
Feel free to buy me chocolate – the best way to skip a fight.
Don’t bother buying massage oils, the kids will be awake!
If you feel creative, you could bake me a cake?
I’d even settle for a Rose, or rose champagne.
Pick them up in Tesco, and use the express lane!
I don’t expect a slap up – meal, although that could be nice.
I’m happy with a take away – a much more reasonable price.
Do not buy me stuff; that we need for round the house,
Or it’ll be the last V-day with me as your spouse.
I’d love it if you sorted out a Spa day for us two.
I’ve no idea who’d watch the kids – I’ll leave that part to you!
A trip out to the pictures to see 50 shades of Grey?
Have you lost your marbles, is all I’m going to say!
I’m not a fan of flowers, you know – I’d rather get new shoes.
If all else fails, just give me cash and I will go and choose.
Don’t forget the card, though, it’s all I really need.
Make sure you write something nice, that I can’t wait to read!
Most of all, the thing I want is for us to share some time.
Let’s cuddle up and watch a film – now that sounds sublime!
Finally, if you enjoyed Dear Cupid – A Valentines Day Poem, check out this poem I wrote for my Dad.