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I wrote this poem for my boyfriend, to show him how I first felt when I saw him walk into my house. He got locked up 2 months ago and I miss him very much. So Ryan when you get out and if you read this. This ones for you.
Ryan my heart has been forever changed by the grace of the love you give.
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|by Jessica Genest
I was struck before the hour
Of a love so sudden and sweet.
Your face shone like a shining star
And made my own heart beat.
My face turned as pale as ever,
My legs refused to walk away
Yet when you looked at me
What could I possibly say?
My life had suddenly seemed
To all just melt away.
Then my blood rushed to my face
And took my sight away.
It seemed like it was midnight
When it was only mid- day
I could not see a single thing,
Words from my eyes did start,
They spoke as a chord does from a string
And a sweeter melody it did play.
You seemed to hear my silent voice
And love's appeal to dream
I never saw such a sweet face
As the one that stood before me.
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