Valentine poetry you create yourself
. . . is written in ink and has messages or valentine poetry with small pictures replacing some of the words. For example, a picture or drawing of an eye could be used for the word "I" and a heart can be used for the word "heart" or "love." See if you can decode these messages (if you get stuck, ask Mom or Dad to help out):
Acrostic valentine poetry . . .
. . . uses the name of that special someone or family member. The first letter in each line, in large type, eventually spells out the name of the person you're giving it to. For the name Mary or Dad, for example, you could write:
May each day bring us closer
This is an oldie, but is often modified with just the change of a word or two:
When you send cards with valentine poetry that you create, you are sending a unique gift, a part of yourself. Make Valentine's Day special by writing valentine poetry and sharing it with your family and friends. To get in the mood for writing your own poems visit for tons of poetry fun, including games, contests, discussion forums, and, of course, lots of funny poems! For still more valentine ideas and poetry see the February BuzzLetters of previous years in the BuzzLetter Archives. The banner below will bring up this year's valentine issue.
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