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This poem I wrote very late one night and it was completely spontaneous. It's about my boyfriend Chris, and the fact that I wish we could always be together. It is one of my biggest prides, being I wrote it myself.

A Few Visitor Comments

felishia
i loved your poem it reminded me of the person that i love keep writing your great!
Achica
This is a very nice Poems i ever read in my life. I also like to say some word to the one that write this poems. " Keep up the good work, and try your best to write a lot of other poems about love".
rosa
i love this poem soooo much cause iam in love with a great guy and sweet hes the best taht came into my life
carmen
this is such a great poem! i can feel the way the person wrote it. It feels so emotional inside my heart. I would send this to the person who feels this way. WAT A GREAT POEM!

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My Love

He is my highest high
Soft touches into my soul
In which I always hope to keep
Him and I creative and new
Days I look forward to

I wish the sun would never set
Or the stars would always twinkle
Into our hearts as we are together
Forever in myself

I am to him what he
Is to me; I hope a light a
Love and the thought of us
Always I said never and not again
Another chance for me to take the right path
Into myself he goes and I will keep him warm

All I want to do is take it all
The way and savor every moment
Make him my all; He is my light
Into the dark I will never go again
When I'm with my love

I wish the sun would never set
Or the stars would always twinkle
Into our hearts as we are together

Forever in Ourselves

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More Visitor Comments (from the Voting form)

Emma
This is such a sweet poem i reminds me the way i feel about my boyfriend, the hope that be can be together forever
claudia
this is a great poem. it put me down because me and my bf just broke up. but everything ur poem says that how i felt for him but i guess thats not the way he felt for me. hope to see other poes of yours like this in the future. also good luck with ur relationship. hope it doesn't end like mine.
Dedee
Hey. Listen, I really liked your poem, it lifted me and brought me to another place. If your just starting to write poems, then I can't even imagine how good your next ones will be! Keep it up.
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Cool
Brittany
I really like this poem because it reminds me of me and my boyfriend. It touched my heart when I read it and I realized that this poem is the exact way I feel about my boyfriend but I never knew how to express my feelings, until I read this poem. Thanks Rachel
Gracie
This was a beautiful poem that reminded me of my relationship with my boyfriend.

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