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This poems describes how I view love and the love I want to find. It is a description of an ideal more than how things are. But I must thank Jaimee for her help in finding what I want.

My Love

My Love for you is so true,
Your heart, your soul, persona,
Your aura all enveloping,
Your thought my minds developing.

I want to be telepathy,
Never to lose your touch,
I want to be your blood,
So I'm in your heart and mind.

You are to me a rainbow,
every color, every shade,
you are to me embodiment,
of all that's just and true.

For all you give to me,
I feel like an angel,
Floating in your wake.

I give to you my everything,
My soul is yours to take.
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6 Visitor Comments

esthe
it's a well thought one!
Ashley
thIS POEM MIS REALLY GOOD i MAKES ME THINK OF MY ONE TRUW LOVE
Jen
A really sweet poem, wish I could write something like that to my love
Christian
Great Job.....very nice
Carrrie
Excellent poem, I sent it to my boyfriend, I really like it.
leigh-ann
I think this poem is really good. I love the way the author expresses love through metaphores.

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