Feeling A Feeling You’ve Never Felt Before.

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I was blessed enough a few years back to have found my true love; it’s something not even for a second I take for granted. The relationship we’ve created is unlike any other, it isn’t always rainbows and butterflies we have worked hard to help it flourish. But I am so fortunate to be loved by the man of my dreams. The way he looks at make with his hazel green eyes, as though he is staring into my soul. Then kisses me, his lips so soft and smooth move towards mine. I slowly kiss him back letting him know the feelings we share are the same. A love that may affect our entire life can start from a single eye contact.
When I looked at you I fell in love, and you smiled because you knew. It’s been almost four years to the day, since we’ve met. I sat upon the dew covered grass one autumn morning. The crusty brown leaves whirled around in a circle like a small tornado sweeping the beautiful park, the bewildering colors of the sun gleamed onto the pile of leaves as the breeze blew over my shoulders. Then I saw him walking his hefty shaggy mop like Dutch Schapendoes; he turned to me and caught my eye. It was as though time was moving in slow motion, my world felt complete, and at that moment I fell in love. He’ll sweep me off my feet. And I’ll know he’s the one, when he makes me laugh.
From that day on his personality influenced my day to day routine almost instantly. Days I’d feel down or blue he’ll tell little jokes or look at me with a devilish grin, making me laugh. Probably the best gift he has ever given me, to laugh at life and enjoy the little joys. When my phone hums I’m eager to see if it’s his name glowing on my screen, I feel as excited as little girl waking up on her birthday, every text being a small gift from my love. He’s made me impulsive and happier than I could have ever imagined. Sometimes I sit on the beach, sand in between my toes, summer heat beaming down on me; Sea breeze in my face. I watch seagulls fly by as I look up to the sky, and daydream about our future together then simply smile. His love happened accidently, and in one instant throbbing moment he became my reason to smile. So let your heart smile through your eyes.
His eye brows curve around the top of his hazel green eye, creating an energetically charming appearance that strikes me like a deer in headlights every moment I look into them. His gaze is gentle and mesmerizingly...

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