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When you are left alone, sometimes you can't help but fantasize about "the one. " The one who makes your heart race and is everything you have ever dreamed of.

Waiting

Waiting, always waiting for the shadowed face
of my fantasy lover to come to light.

The one who sets my heart and soul on fire
with a passioned frenzy that dizzies every sense.

The one whose love envelops my every emotion
and very being, exhilarating and calm.

That mysterious man, the one of my dreams,
for which I am forever . . . waiting.
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5 Visitor Comments

sophie
I can totally relate to this
steffanie
I feel the same way that is by far the best poem I have ever read.
k
gud poem. It sums up where i am at the moment. Nicely done
Leanna
It was a lovely poem. I can relate with it. Always waiting around for the one you love and adore. Minutes seem like hours. A++
shereese
This poem really hit a soft spot in my heart. For so many years I've been waiting for that perfect one and finally I met him. We will be getting married June 09,2001 and this poem tells him everything that I felt before he came along and rescued me. Please keep up the good work

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