|Valentine (standard:humor, 97 words)|
|Author: Emilio Venditti||Added: Feb 07 2001||Views/Reads: 2535/1||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A young man's hope for valentine's day.|
Last year, on the forteenth of February, I waited for the Postman to arrive. I waited for him to deliver a handful of cards and messages, detailing various secret admirer's passion for me. I didn't get any. Since last year, [since the forteenth of February] I've changed my hairstyle and polished my shoes. The new Me sits and waits for the Postman, hoping for at least one or two cards. Maybe commenting on my nice centre-parting. The Postman walks straight by. I think, for the rest of the year, I'll wear a hat. For more visit: www.sweetness-and-love.co.uk Tweet
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