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Happy Valentine’s Day from The Broadside!
In light of Valentine’s Day, students and staff wrote letters of their affection and appreciation for their special someones. Post your own Valentine’s Day shout out in a comment below.

To: John Calkins
You’re my Pookiebear, my PookiePookie Bear!
My Pookiesweetheartlovermuffin sexhusbandbear!
I Love You always! -Frau Blücher To: Kelly
How can I explain,
This feeling I attain,
When you are around
nothing is the same,
You’re witty and smart,
Happy and sharp,
You brighten my mind
you lighten my day
and make pains go away
You put up with my crap
and I love you for that.
You’re not like rest
who use me like an app,
Thank you for being mine,
Kid Kelly all the time.

Happy Valentines Day Newspaper Lady! Hope it’s good. You seem nice. From, Spencer.

 
Dear James Morin,
I just want to tell you that you light my fire and I dream of the day we can run away together. XOXO, your secret admirer
 
Pernell,
I tried to write a poem for you this Valentine’s Day, but I’ve realized that I don’t need a poem to express my love and commitment to you. My feelings for you grow every second of every day. You bring my life so much joy.
I love you.
-Dan
Thank you ASCOCC for all your hard work this year. Your legacy will be looked upon from many future council members. Continue to lay the seeds of change that impact students on the COCC Campus and Advocate for those who need it most. I am so proud and truly lucky to have the unique opportunity to advise you this year.
-Taran Underall

 
To whom it may concern:
Your eyes are circular globes that fit comfortably in your face. When I’m around you I’m reminded of how adequate your height and weight are. Your teeth are visible bones, displayed for all to see. When you’re gone, you’re not there.
Best regards,
Luke
Illustrated look at possible origins, and some history of Valentine's Day; Feb. 14 is a time to exchange greeting cards and gifts with loved ones. MCT 2012<p>
Illustrated look at possible origins, and some history of Valentine’s Day; Feb. 14 is a time to exchange greeting cards and gifts with loved ones. MCT 2012  

 

 

 
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