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Funny Valentine Poems

In today's busy world, nearly all of us have forgotten to smile and laugh. Funny Valentine poems provide beautiful opportunity to laugh with their humor and display deep love to your beloved. Make your sweetheart laugh by giving a special place to humor in love.

You must have tried many things to express your love. Humorous Valentine poems are a great example of some impressing confessions on love and care.

Life is indeed beautiful. Humorous poems enlighten this feeling and make your life wonderful and beautiful.

Here, we have brought some good funny love poems. Pick any of them to dedicate to your loved ones.

Love Me Little, Love Me Long by Robert Herrick

Love me little , love me long.
You say to me that your affections are strong.

Love me little, love me long.
Pray love me little, so you love me long.



It's all I have to bring today by Emily Dickinson

It's all I have to bring today -
This, and my heart beside -
This, and my heart, and all the fields -
And all the meadows wide -
Be sure you count - should I forget
Some one the sum could tell -
This, and my heart, and all the Bees
Which in the Clover dwell.



Faithless Sally Brown by Thomas Hood

Young Ben he was a nice young man,
A carpenter by trade;
And he fell in love with Sally Brown,
That was a lady's maid.

But as they fetch'd a walk one day,
They met a press-gang crew;
And Sally she did faint away,
Whilst Ben he was brought to.

The Boatswain swore with wicked words,
Enough to shock a saint,
That though she did seem in a fit,
'Twas nothing but a feint.

"Come, girl," said he, "hold up your head,
He'll be as good as me;
For when your swain is in our boat,
A boatswain he will be."

So when they'd made their game of her,
And taken off her elf,
She roused, and found she only was
A coming to herself.

"And is he gone, and is he gone?"
She cried, and wept outright:
"Then I will to the water side,
And see him out of sight."

A waterman came up to her,
"Now, young woman," said he,
"If you weep on so, you will make
Eye-water in the sea."

"Alas! they've taken my beau Ben
To sail with old Benbow;"
And her woe began to run afresh,
As if she'd said Gee woe!.

Says he, "They've only taken him
To the Tender ship, you see";
"The Tender-ship," cried Sally Brown
"What a hard-ship that must be!".

"O! would I were a mermaid now,
For then I'd follow him;
But Oh!--I'm not a fish-woman,
And so I cannot swim.

"Alas! I was not born beneath
The virgin and the scales,
So I must curse my cruel stars,
And walk about in Wales."

Now Ben had sail'd to many a place
That's underneath the world;
But in two years the ship came home,
And all her sails were furl'd.

But when he call'd on Sally Brown,
To see how she went on,
He found she'd got another Ben,
Whose Christian-name was John.

"O Sally Brown, O Sally Brown,
How could you serve me so?
I've met with many a breeze before,
But never such a blow":

Then reading on his 'bacco box
He heaved a bitter sigh,
And then began to eye his pipe,
And then to pipe his eye.

And then he tried to sing "All's Well,"
But could not though he tried;
His head was turn'd, and so he chew'd
His pigtail till he died.

His death, which happen'd in his berth,
At forty-odd befell:
They went and told the sexton, and
The sexton toll'd the bell.



Make a blissful start by taking inspiration from funny valentine poems. Despite being funny, these poems can help you show your love. They are the great lessons on love and nowhere behind in making a great impression on your beloved's heart. We wish you great luck and love on Valentine's Day!

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