The Way to a Man’s Heart…

Roth Poetry

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You may have heard the saying, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach!” This holds true with me. I am always enticed by great food, especially home made by my wife. This afternoon she made this beautiful cherry pie for me for Valentine’s Day. I can’t wait to dig into it, but I promised to wait until tomorrow! If I am lucky, maybe I will have a piece for breakfast! Nothing says love like a homemade cherry pie!

Winter Valentine

She baked a sweet cherry pie

I know she loves me

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Photo: Dwight L. Roth

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Daily Quote

Jo Hawk

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The origins of Valentine’s Day go back to Lupercalia, an ancient Roman fertility festival honoring a long-forgotten deity who protected herds from wolves. Then in the third century, Emperor Claudius II Gothicus martyred two Roman priests. They were both named Valentine. Legend says one Valentine sent a letter to his jailer’s daughter and signed the letter “from your Valentine”.   Or perhaps Valentine performed weddings for soldiers, who were forbidden to marry. And this Valentine handed out paper hearts.

In medieval times, Chaucer helped popularize courtly love and the writing of love poems and songs. Later, even Shakespeare got into the act when Ophelia called herself “Hamlet’s Valentine”. February 14th became a great excuse to write verses filled with love and send them to your beloved.

Will you pen a poem to your Valentine today?

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Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

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Daily Quote

Jo Hawk

oh-if-it-be-to-choose-and-call-thee-mine-love-thou-art-every-day-my-valentine-thomas-hood

The origins of Valentine’s Day go back to Lupercalia, an ancient Roman fertility festival honoring a long-forgotten deity who protected herds from wolves. Then in the third century, Emperor Claudius II Gothicus martyred two Roman priests. They were both named Valentine. Legend says one Valentine sent a letter to his jailer’s daughter and signed the letter “from your Valentine”.   Or perhaps Valentine performed weddings for soldiers, who were forbidden to marry. And this Valentine handed out paper hearts.

In medieval times, Chaucer helped popularize courtly love and the writing of love poems and songs. Later, even Shakespeare got into the act when Ophelia called herself “Hamlet’s Valentine”. February 14th became a great excuse to write verses filled with love and send them to your beloved.

Will you pen a poem to your Valentine today?

_________________________________________

Keep on writing.

Jo Hawk The Writer

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On Love

Savvy Raj

As love conquers you it blesses you in the knowing.

Make not a mockery of love

Serenade love and allow it to speak truth

Love surfaces from the depth of emotions

To mend you and this world to a better place.

As true love is eternal

Free as bird in flights of oblivion

Travelling in the abandon

Of the wilderness of the spirit

Yet bonded in the boundless infinity

Endless love a gift of grace

Acknowledge this treasure

Blending two souls in one

As a life loved is well lived… such a rare sight!

What a blessing it truly is….A love like that!

In realising the many miracles of life is knowing a love that can move the soul of our being. We can consider ourselves lucky to even have been touched by a love like that!

Savvy

Happy Valentine’s Day to all my friends and readers!!!

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⚔️The Spirit Remains⚔️

Poetry By Archangel White Wolf

I walk the line

Between dark and light

Many came before me

But I’m the last knight

The tip of the spear

The one evil fears

My last stand

On the final frontier

Soon I’ll be gone

Name set in stone

But know you’ll

Never walk alone

On the battlefield

Where you stand and fight

My spirit remains

For Im the last knight

Archangel White Wolf (Robbie) ©

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Go Dog Go Café

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embraces so sweet

blushing flowers awaken

loving another

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© 2018 Franci Eugenia Hoffman

About me –

I have held various positions in the insurance industry for over 20 years. I have been rewarded both professionally and personally due to results from taking responsibility and hard work. My fulfillment comes from the promotion of others.

I began writing for my own entertainment in 2015. My blogs-BrewNSpew  (Coffee-break Scuttlebutt) and ThusNSuch (poems, autumn and so it goes)

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“Grow old with me! The best is yet to be.” – Robert Browning, Poet

featured image – Pexels

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Unsavory Thoughts

Midwest Fantasy Writes

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Unsavory thoughts

tangled within veins

twisting my core

knotted lust

filling me

impatience surging

inside hallowed hall

where only you

are granted access

and only

with my permission

fists grab sheets

as this body burns

impure pulses

wracking all sanity

my voice

finally screaming your name

the key

to unlock me

and enter

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©MidwestFantasy

February 2019

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