This image of an open card depicts the right and left inside sections of the Marcus Ward & Co. card entitled "Valentine." The right side is light green paper that is ornately decorated with blue and yellow butterflies and flowers that are pink and white or yellow. A text appears in the center of the flowers entitled, "Lady Fair!" that reads: Lady with the flowing hair,/Listen to my humble prayer!/Lady, with the laughing eyes,/Do not my poor verse despise!/See, I bring thee posies fair,/Flowerets radiant and rare!/See, I give thee all my store/Wishing only it were more:/All I have is wholly thine,/Take me for they Valentine. The left side is dark purple paper ornately decorated with a yellow and blue butterflies and pink and white flowers. A text in the center of the card entitled, "Valentine" reads: Do not unjustly blame/My guildless breast,/For venturing to disclose a flame/It had so long supprest./In its own ashes it designed/For ever to have lain/But that my sighs, like blasts of wind,/Made it break out again. The name "Samuel Butler" is printed beneath this text. The entire card is bordered with purple paper ruffles; the card is tied in the center with a blue ribbon.