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You Changed My World A Poem For Someone Special

557 words - 2 pages

At times the days seemed so long, I thought I'd never make it through,Then suddenly, out of a dream, I have met someone like you.I had locked up all my feelings and I'd thrown away the key,Until your heart spoke a thousand words I knew were meant to be.When times turned rough and lonely, and despair fell upon my face,You comforted me and kept me safe in that loving special place.You don't realize what you have and what you've done for me,But the way you managed to steal my heart is what has set me free.You've given me a feeling that no one else could ever change,Your love has touched a place in me that I always found so strange.It's as if you were cut right out of a spell cast upon my heart,Because the crazy thing about it is, I've loved you from the start.No one in this wide world could touch the feelings we share;To the seconds I spend with you, nothing can compare.You've opened my eyes and heart just enough and let me live,You've changed my world with magic and the kindness that you give.My heart was broken, and I thought love was so far away,But you came into my life and showed me a better day.Like crystal clear blue waters or a magical sunset,That moment speaks a thousand words to which no price can be met.I wish I could just stop time and spend the whole night in your eyes,For when I'm with you there's a feeling even I cannot describe.Although my heart holds painful memories that will never be erased,You touch me with a love so strong it...

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