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3 Valentines Day Poems For My Wife

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  1. Valentine’s Day is coming up and here’s something to keep in mind. This holiday probably means more to your wife than it does to you. Do yourself a favor and show her that you really care. It will be worth your while, guaranteed. You may think that your wife knows that you love her. You may think that she knows you appreciate her. But how should she know? Think about it, when was the last time you took her in your arms, looked into her eyes and shared your deepest feelings? Now is the time!

    By Unknown Author


  2. My Valentine, you’re all I want;
    In you, I find joy and delight;
    You give me everything I need;
    I’m happiest when you’re in sight.I think of you both night and day;
    I’m drawn to you in pure attraction;
    When you’re not here, I ache for you,
    For your fulfilling satisfaction.I dreamed of love like this, and yet,
    I never thought that I would capture
    The deep, exciting thrills we have,
    This intoxicating bliss and rapture.Please be my Valentine, and more;
    Be my life, my world, my all;
    Together we can be content,
    And share life’s pleasures, big and small.

    By Joanna Fuchs


  3. You’ll always be in my heart
    Can’t bear the pain when we are apart
    Nobody is as special as you are to me
    I hope you are beginning to see
    I can’t describe how much I care
    But when you need me I’ll be there
    To wipe those tears when you are sad
    To make you happy when you are mad
    All these things I can really do
    Just remember I’m thinking of you!

    BY Unknown Author






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