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Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: love,

Valentine Ellip

In your eyes I can find no disguise I can see in those eyes honesty You’re the one who by day is my sun From your glow I can feel your love flow Moon by night your light is my delight Like a quake is the love that we make Earth shatters and nothing else matters Sweet release In its wake I find peace Sleep, my dear When you wake I’ll be here Valentine I’m so glad you are mine Written FEb. 28, 2016 for the Valentine's Ellip Contest of Gigno

Poem Details | by Janice Canerdy |
Categories: children, valentines day,

Valentine's Ellip--Puppy Love


				I love you.
				You're great,
				you cutie!

				Won't you please
				be my sweet 

				Tonight I'll
				dream of your 
				big blue eyes.

				you'll get the 
				card I sent.

				I got yours
				today. Thanks.
				I love it.

				Mom says I
				have to end
				this long text.

				Hope you call
				or text me

				See you at
				school next week.
				One more thing:			

				Without you,
				sixth grade would 
				be so BLAH!

posted in February 2016

entered in John Hamilton's Your Best Free Verse Love Poem on
February 4, 2017

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: love, valentines day,

An Ellip Valentine

...Valentine Among ...thorns Dark chocolate... Cards...delight ...You my knight
First line word left out My Second line are Third line the Fourth line healthy Fifth line a Sixth line to Inspired by the contest Ellip Valentine Written: February 20, 2016

Poem Details | by Alexander Plevka |
Categories: death, grave, lost love, love, memory, valentines day,

Valentine's Ellip

Today I
take the time
to remind.

Remind stones
that they are
not alone.

Remind them
of their names
and their homes.

Remind grass,
soft on the
somber hill.

Remind me
of what is
past and still.

Remind you
of life's short
but sweet thrills.

Today was
and always
will be love.

Flowers to
you, below
and above.


Poem Details | by ... Gigno |
Categories: life, love, uplifting,

3 Ellip

Now I know
When I tend
Then I grow


Rising sun
Earthly end
Once again


Not blurry
New vision

Ellip is a form of poetry: nine syllables divided into three words or phrases; unlimited stanzas.