2 VALENTINE There's nothing like a valentine, To make a smile appear, A heart-shaped card filled with kind words, Sent from someone who's dear. A friend or even a relative, Who takes the time to say, I like you just because you're you. That's what is done this day.
3 RECIPE FOR VALENTINE'S JOY 1/2 cup Hugs 4 tsp Kisses 4 cups Love 1 cup Special Holiday Cheer 1/2 cup sweetheart hugs 3 tsp cinnamon hearts 2 cups Love and Kindness 1 bag of Valentines 1 medium-size bag of great big red hearts (the regular kind won't do!) Blend all and sprinkle with lots of love!
4 THE LEGEND OF THE VALENTINE... The legend says St. Valentine Was in a prison cell Thinking of his little flock He had always loved so well And wanting to assure them Of his friendship and his love He picked a bunch of violets And sent them by a dove.
5 And on the violets' leaves He pierced these lines divine That simply said, "I Love You" And "I'm your Valentine" So through the years that followed From that day unto this Folks still send messages of love And seal them with a kiss.
6 Because a Saint in prison Reached through prison bars one day And picked a bunch of violets And sent them out to say That faith and love can triumph No matter where you are For faith and love are greater Than the strongest prison bar.
7 DEAR VALENTINE Dear Valentine, I send my love within these words I write; I send devotion, tender thoughts, and moments of delight, expressing all the warmth and joy, each loving sweet caress, with hopes and dreams that you shall find along with happiness.
8 Dear Valentine, I send my heart, affection, dear and true, because this heart that is my own belongs to only you. I cannot tell in words alone just all you mean to me, and yet I send my fondest thoughts that surely you shall see.
9 Love finds a way to touch a heart, to set a world aglow; 'tis ever bright and beautiful; I feel that you must know how very special you've become within this life of mine. Once more today I send my love to you - dear Valentine.
10 VALENTINE FLOWERS A rose can say I love you, Orchids can enthrall, But a weed bouquet in a chubby fist, Oh my, that says it all!
11 IS MY VALENTINE AT THE ZOO Valentine, valentine, who will you be? A yawning sloth that hangs from a tree, or a Long-legged giraffe with big brown eyes, Elusive elephant of enormous size, Nattering parrot or yackety yak, Thirsty camel with a hump on his back, Itching monkey, bumbling old bear, Nosy narwhale, or panda rare, Earnest emu who cannot fly, 'Smallest chickadee in the sky, or Dandy kangaroo who bounds so high? All of these animals in the zoo Yearn to be mine...but I'd rather have you!
12 MY TWO VALENTINES I have two lovely valentines each day of every year - a smiling lass, a smiling lad whom I hold very dear. Their little hearts hold so much love and sing with joy untold; and I am richer than a king with love worth more than gold. They kiss me and they hug me and climb upon my knee; it's good to just be living in their happy company.
13 We share so many hours of fun and secrets, too; it isn't any wonder that I love them like I do. Their laughter and their smiles, the twinkle in their eyes make every day I share with them a wonderful surprise. Candy, cards, or flowers can make a person glad, but I am truly blessed, indeed, with my smiling lass and lad.
14 STEADY LIKE A ROCK Love so steady, love so fine, Be my Valentine and I'll be thine. If we love each other, rain or shine, We'll be rockin' hand in hand At a hundred and ninety-nine.
15 A MIRACLE CALLED LOVE. A miracle called love dwells within the heart, You don't know how it happens, Or when it gets it's start. But the happiness it brings you Always give a joyful lift, You realize that love, Is God's most precious gift...
16 SPEAK OF LOVE. When someone speaks of love, They have a smile on their face. When someone speaks of love, They think of a very special place. When someone speaks of love, It is done with fondness. When someone speaks of love, It is done in kindness. When someone speaks of love, It is not with dismay. Won't you! speak of love, and Brighten someones day.
17 VALENTINE FOOD FOR THOUGHT. Cabbage always has a heart; Green beans string along. You're such a cute tomato, Will you peas to me belong? You've been the apple of my eye, You know how much I care; So lettuce get together, We'd make a perfect pear.
18 Now, something's sure to turnip to prove you can't be beet; So, if you carrot all for me let's let our tulips meet. Don't squash my hopes and dreams now, Bee my honey, dear; Or tears will fill potato's eyes, While sweet corn lends an ear.
19 I'll cauliflower shop and say, Your dreams are parsley mine. I'll work and share my celery, So be my valentine.
20 Painted hearts and lacy hearts, some with darts and cupid's bow, and on each card endearing words, that say, "I love you so." HAPPY VALENTINES DAY February is the month when hearts go on display; in every card shop window there's a fanciful array.
21 I'd like to fill the mailman's pack up to the very brim with valentine's to bless each home and all who dwell within. I'd like to make a mother smile and brighten Grandma's eyes, and give a dad who feels left out a shiny bright surprise.
22 I'd like to give to every child a valentine to treasure; one that says "Without a doubt you're loved beyond all measure!" For all the lonely hearts I'd add a special line or two, letting them know that they are loved each day the whole year through!
23 A super giant valentine to the world I'd send; I'd ask all nations to join hearts and truly be good friends. I'd fill each mailman's pack sky-high with loving hearts entwined, until the whole wide world became a great big valentine!
24 VALENTINE'S GIFT TO THE WORLD I'd like to hang a valentine Upon the world's front door, with hearts of love and peace entwined To last forevermore. With love to guide our daily path, There'd be no one in need; God's blessings would be shared by all Of every race and creed
25 Peace would come to all the world As nations great and small Would put aside their selfish aims To work for the good of all. If I could have my wish today, I'd wish for nothing more Than to hang a great big valentine Upon our world's front door.
26 VALENTINE GLOW There is a day in February When hearts are so aglow Little thoughts of springtime Reach out to melt the snow. "Tis love for one another that Through cold and gray can shine: Tis the love for one another That makes a Valentine!
27 VALENTINE'S DAY SMILES Q: What did the boy octopus say to the girl octopus on Valentine's Day? A: I want to hold your hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand, hand.
28 Q: What did the valentine card say to the stamp? A: Stick with me and we'll go places!
30 I found it today in a box put away with letters faded and brown; with a fan and a bow from the long ago a flower and a blue silken gown. Not a treasure of art. Just a wreath with a heart, and a verse on a rose-bordered page. A bit of the past that went by too fast. A valentine yellowed with age.
31 With a sigh and a smile, I held it awhile from the dark of its scented retreat. Those days were fair - those hours so rare. The first love of youth is so sweet. I found it today. Put it gently away, and remembered the day that it came. I bent lightly to press one more caress where my love had written his name.
32 I'd like to hang a Valentine Upon the world's front door With hearts of love and peace entwined To last forevermore. With love to guide our daily path, There would be no one in need; God's blessings would be shared by all Of every race and creed.
33 Peace would come to all the world As nations great and small Would put aside their selfish aims To work for the good of all If I could have my wish today, I'd wish for nothing more Than to hang a great big Valentine Upon our world's front door!
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