Those Bennet Valentines

Image: liz west (Creative Commons Flickr) of an illustration by James Montgomery Flagg

Image: liz west (Creative Commons Flickr) of an illustration by James Montgomery Flagg

What better way to spend a winter’s morning than making Valentines? The Bennet girls have been busy. Ah, but will they be bold enough to post them? Let’s take a peek:

Lydia

Lydia

Roses are red, violets are blue.
Who is my Valentine?
Is he you, you, or you?
I do love a red coat,
My favorite hue.
When I make up my mind
Then my love will be true.
 
 

Mary

Mary

I read aloud and pour out tea,
And yet you seldom notice me.
I sing and play as well as the others;
My nerves are nothing like my mother’s!
A parsonage is where I’d shine,
Mr. Collins, be my Valentine!
 
 
 

Kitty

Kitty

You officers are such good friends
But you haven’t any money.
I dream of someone rich and fine
Who’ll dare to call me “Honey.”
 
 
 

Jane

Jane

The finest, dearest, kindest man
(in addition to dear Father)
Has come my way; is this God’s plan?
My patient heart’s a-flutter!
 
 
 

Elizabeth

Elizabeth

Violets are blue, like the penstemon.
I asked for True Love and was given a Lemon.
Yes, you are richer than Tom, John, or Harry.
But you’re still the last man
I ever would marry!

6 thoughts on “Those Bennet Valentines

  1. allthoughtswork

    Lydia: “I saw him first on Tinder!”

    Mary: “If a man is not on LinkedIn, he’s not worth pursuing.”

    Kitty: “I do SO have more Twitter followers than you, Lydia!”

    Jane: “Have you seen the new Facebook updates of our cousins?”

    Elizabeth: “A dick pic?! Who the hell does he think he is?”

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  2. Susan Kaye

    The girls could go to work for Hallmark. I’m sure Lydia would soon make her way to those cards I always slip behind others, hoping no one saw me reading them.

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Why yes, we DO want a piece of your mind. ;-)

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