The Night Before Valentine’s Day

Here’s a cheesy little Pre-Valentine’s Day poem in the spirit of ‘The Night Before Christmas’:

 

Twas the night before Valentine’s Day and all through the house

Girl Scout cookies were strewn, except on the couch

The children were snuggled all warm in their beds

while Disney’s Greatest movie songs permeated their heads

Then what to my wondering eyes should appear

but that chubby little winged fairy who can’t grow a beard

His eyes, how they twinkled, his teeth (and diaper) so white

As he drew back his bow and his arrow took flight

I flinched not at all as the arrow struck home

(his magical arrow damages neither flesh nor bone)

The effects of his magic, I’m used to, it’s clear…

for I’ve been in love with my wife now for more than fifteen years

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