Poemsource.com Adds New Valentine Poems to Its Greeting Card Poem Collection

Sandpoint, Idaho (PRWEB) January 13, 2012

Enjoy eight pages of original Valentine’s Day poems at Poemsource.com (http://www.poemsource.com), including general purpose Valentine poems, friend, funny, kid, love, and Christian Valentine poetry, verse, sayings, messages and wishes.

In addition, the family Valentine poem category now includes Valentine verse for husband, wife, daughter, son, mother, father, parents, sister, and grandparents. These greeting card poems are copyrighted, but are free for use on personal greeting cards, as detailed in the “Terms of Use” at the site.

Poemsource.com poetry writer Joanna Fuchs says she’s been writing greeting card poems since she was a little kid. “When I was about eight years old, I made greeting cards for my family and wrote my own rhymes for them,” she says, and I’m still doing it. The site is about seven years old, and I just keep writing more and more poems for it. There are more than 600 poems at Poemsource.com.”

“It’s hard to find rhyming poems anymore,” she adds. “Everything is free verse. People have a strong feeling of nostalgia for the traditional rhyming poems. They strike a chord. Valentine greetings are very popular. Last year millions of people searched for ‘Valentine poems’ or ‘Valentine’s Day poems’ or ‘Valentine poetry,’ and that doesn’t count more specific searches, like ‘Valentine love poem,’ ‘mother Valentine poem,’ etc.

“The poems at poemsource.com are not the esoteric, contemporary verse that is widespread today,” she continues, “but rather old-fashioned, sentimental, touch-the-heart, greeting card poems for anyone and everyone to use on their personal cards.”

Although most of the Valentine poetry at poemsource.com is in rhyme, there are some poems in accessible, easy-to-understand free verse, for those who prefer them.

In addition to Valentine poems, the site includes anniversary, baby, birthday, Christmas, father, friendship, funny, get well, graduation, love, mother, New Year’s, patriotic, sympathy, teacher, Thanksgiving, thank you, wedding and a variety of other greeting card poems.

Here are some samples of the new Valentine poems:

From the general purpose “Valentine Poems” page:

Valentine Smile

On Valentine’s Day we think of those

Who make our lives worthwhile,

Those gracious, friendly people who

We think of with a smile.

I am fortunate to know you,

That’s why I want to say,

To a rare and special person:

Happy Valentine’s Day!

By Joanna Fuchs

From the “Valentine Love Poems” page:

No One Like You

My darling Valentine, it’s clear,

I love you more and more each year.

Our love is contentment, happiness too.

Because there’s just no one like you.

Whenever I feel down and blue,

You make me laugh, and I feel new.

Your loving looks turn my heart to goo;

There’s no one, Love, no one like you.

I’m blessed to have your true devotion;

I’m filled with warm and sweet emotion.

You show your love in all you do;

You’re one of a kind–no one like you.

And so, my dearest Valentine,

I’m oh, so glad that you are mine.

Our love is faithful, strong and true.

Sweetheart, there’s just no one like you.

By Joanna Fuchs

From the “Friend Valentine Poems” page:

Best Friend Valentine

On Valentine’s Day, the day of affection,

I’m sending fond thoughts in your direction.

You’re really special, my perfect friend;

Together, we are a perfect blend.

You give my life a special shine;

Will you be my best friend Valentine?

By Joanna Fuchs

Of course, theres Since My Valentine Got a Computer, Joannas famous poem that has spread worldwide. Its too long to print here; see it on the Funny Valentine Poems page.

For old-fashioned rhyming Valentine poems for cards and e-cards, go to http://www.poemsource.com/valentine-poems.html.


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