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I wrote this poem for my boyfriend, Nate, and Pray that he feels the same way about me. I haven't known him very long, but this poem describes our relationship already.
We may have known each other for just a short time, but it feels like we've been together forever.
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|by Kristi Lynn
I've known you for only
a short period of time,
but I feel as if
I've known you forever.
I tremble with joy
at your every touch.
The feel of your hand taking mine -
I want you to hold it forever.
I glow with happiness
every time you're near.
I want you near me now,
I want to be with you forever.
My knees grow weak
in your loving arms.
I want to stay there,
I want you to hold me forever.
My body melts
with every kiss you give.
Just the thought of your lips on mine -
I want you to kiss me forever.
My heart jumps
to know how much you care.
Knowing that it is so much more -
I want you to love me forever.
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