Valentine's Day 2019: Bored of 'Roses are Red'? Here are Different Versions of the Love Poem
Roses are red (Photo Credits: @choo_ek Twitter)

'Roses are red' is a popular love poem that surfaces during Valentine's Day every year. The all-time folk song is everyone's favourite and often goes around with its own different versions. And around Valentine's Day 2019, people are giving unique twists to the song. The familiar love poem goes, "Roses are red, violets are blue. My heart is full of love for you."

Being more realistic a new version of it goes, "Roses are red, violets are lovely, the fastest way to anyone’s heart is a left lateral thoracotomy." As Twitterati began sharing different versions of the poem online, Dublin Fire Brigade also joined the bandwagon with their version of it. Wishing Valentine's Day, their tweet reads, "Roses are red, violets are blue, we have the tools, To rescue you." Soon the weather department, authors and many others joined Twitterati coming up with their own varying twists to the peom. Baba Sehgal's Valentine's Day Song is The Best Funny Way of Proposing to Your Partner, Watch Video.

Check out different versions of 'Roses are red' below:

Doctor's version of the song:

When a fire brigade sings 'Roses are red', here's what it sounds like:

The weather department couldn't be left behind:

What would you prefer?


Valentine's Day is celebrated in the memory of Saint Valentine who was executed for performing the marriage rituals of young couples against the king's will. Over the years, different versions of the story have emerged. In modern times, Valentine Week that celebrates different aspects of love also came into being. From Hug Day, Chocolate Day, Teddy Day to Kiss Day, the week gives different reasons to couple to celebrated. Following Valentine's Day which was celebrated on February 14, anti-Valentine Week has begun. This week is believed to be for those did not find love or were cheated. While Valentine's is meant for those in love, singles and those not looking for a partner also observe the day with equal festivities.