Friday, February 14, 2014

Poetry Friday: Happy Valentine's Day with Ray Bradbury


For some reason, I just felt like a Ray Bradbury quote for Valentine's Day.

This isn't really a poem, just a quote. But it's true, and it's right, and that's poetry.

Ray Bradbury:

In that film Love Story, there’s a line,
“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.”
That’s the dumbest thing I ever heard.
Love means saying you’re sorry every day
for some little thing or other.

Happy Valentine's Day!

The Poetry Friday round up is at Teacher Dance.

7 comments:

Sherry said...

Ain't that the truth!

LInda Baie said...

So funny. That movie was such a popular one long ago-tears! Love that you made a little poem from Bradbury! Happy Valentine's Day!

Myra Garces Bacsal said...

Bradbury. Love the man. :)

Mary Lee said...

So true.

(Love your new blog look!)

Karen Edmisten said...

Thanks for sharing the Bradbury love, ladies. :)
And thanks, Mary Lee! I had fun playing around with the new banner.

Karyn said...

I love Bradbury, and I highly agree. I always thought that that line from Love Story was so weird...like what's wrong with you that you don't want to apologize. Otherwise it was a wonderful albeit very sad movie. Thanks for sharing this. :)
- Karyn @
Mother Streusel's Useless Rhymes

Donna Smith said...

Bradbury's quote was so great to read. That was my take on it when I saw the movie. Never have to say you're sorry? Yeah, right!