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This poem was inspired by my first love. I think it speaks of the beauty of two lovers meeting and how their love progresses.

Bello Amor (Beautiful Love)

You came into my life with the blink of an eye.
Your love threw me in the air and I thought I could fly,
Upon your compassion and your gentle words,
Together we discovered a world unheard.
Of romance, compassion, beauty, and trust,
We knew from the start this world was for us.

We ran through the fields of joy and pain,
And still unselfishly our love remained.
Up above the clouds, far out of sight,
We wait thirsting, for that next night.

When we submerge through fantasies sweet as before

And remember each other

Con Bello Amor.
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5 Visitor Comments

thannk you:) for taking love and you classic way
very nice!
I love this poem, it's very well writen and show's the beauty of true love, I come here to find poem to send to my boyfriend, and he love all the poems I find here.
A really great poem. I would like to read more of Regina's poems. She has a way with words that fills your mind and heart with the feeling of love.
verry nice

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