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I wrote this for my boyfriend to tell him just how much he means to me and what he has done for me.

Ray Of Light

There were nights
I'd sit alone in the dark
Cry myself to sleep
Wishing for someone
To fill my thoughts
Come into my life
And replace the darkness with light

Then you came along
Like the first star every night
Bright, brilliant, full of promise
Like a ray of light
You light up my days
Light up my nights
And fill my life with hope
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7 Visitor Comments

Claudia
This is brilliant. The words are so fitting, particularly in my current situation. Wow!
Stephanie
Hello, This poem was very good, to me it had a lot of meaning, but i think you should have madi it a little longer
Sam
This poem touches my inner soul. I know how it feels. Thank you Sara.
kAndY
OMG. this is such a sweet poem!. when i read it i knew it was the perfect poem for me to express to my boyfriend. THIS POEM IS SOOO SWEET!
Bev
Sara, This poem was so wonderful! It said exactly how I was feeling about the new man in my life. Thank you so much!
Kristie
I LOVE YOUR POEM SO MUCH! you'll never know how perfect it is for me! i'm so glad i found the perfect poems for my boyfriend!
Bryanna
terrific poem. a truly excellent piece of work

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