SG, I requested you to work on the structure and you changed the format. An acrostic on Valentine's day.
I am glad that this week I got this honor to nominate three poems but different in their own way.
Your poem is about asking and expecting the same from our lover. KCL, poem says one should move on and don't wait too long and then sir Michael's poem defines the true meaning of valentine.
You changed the format but theme is once again the same, expectation. To be honest, dear friend, it's the most dangerous side effect of love. It neither let us live, nor let us die.
The content of the poem is very strong and as Andrea said,"one of the prettiest acrostic" I second on that. I had already nominated an acrostic poem on the valentine but the moment I read it I just fell in love with the beauty of this poem. For a moment I felt you had put your heart on the table for your lover.
The language of the poem can be defined by many terms but I just want to use word honest for this poem. I felt honesty in your words. I couldn't choose any favorite line because I loved the whole poem.
I loved what you did with the blank space between Valentines and day. To me, those four dots looks like stars. Four dots.... representing four letters
a constellation of stars, love constellation.
Brother, I just hope the one for whom you write all these beautiful poems sees someday this constellation of love you have created in your heart for her.
A phenomenally done acrostic poem.
The passion of love and poetry is very much alive within the lines of your poem even if the relationship portrayed here might have seen some dying embers to a previously lit flame, and it grabs me as a reader because of its slow and romantically hopeful pace. I, especially, love the way the poem has been concluded: with a question of hope.