Our annual solar calendar is based on Earth’s revolution around the Sun, which takes 365 days to complete. Actually, a full revolution takes 365 days and about six hours; That’s why every four years we compensate for that lag by adding an extra day to the month of February known as Leap Day. Saturday, February 29 will mark just such a day. Cultures and folk traditions the world over have developed their own beliefs and customs regarding Leap Day, many of which concern romantic love. So, just ahead of Leap day and on the heels of Valentine’s Day, Sanibel Poet Joe Pacheco brings us a love poem, just for Leap Day.