Here's to an Amazing Girl

Here's to an Amazing Girl

A Poem by Blemish In The Stars
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Hello my dearest. This one's for you.

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Wandering, to the tune of you, in my mind

Realizing how much you help me unwind

But the siple thought of you isn't enough

I don't mean to sound whiney,

but time without you can get rough 

So I'll let you wander,

Just a little longer

Till' I feel your caress again

I can't wait until then

Anticipation to see you is difficult to handle

You are the sole and I'll be the strap to the sandal

Not to complete each other

More a complement

That's how I feel, you beautiful girl

I'm ecstatic with glee to be a part of your world

That you're with me

Forgive me if I dream about "meant to be"

You are perfect alone

And so am I

But lets be perfect together

I don't see why.......

It can't work

So call me a jerk

Because I say things that may embarass you

But, these sweet nothings are all incredibly true

At least to me

That's how I be.

I love you my sweet

Because you are 1337

The end.

 

 

 

 

Blemish  

© 2008 Blemish In The Stars


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You are the sole and I'll be the strap to the sandal
Not to complete each other
More a complement

Creative, loving and adoring...it is wonderful to read!

Posted 15 Years Ago


amazingly beautiful. I hope she felt loved. This is incredibly written. It's not hard to tell where you get your talent. :)

Posted 15 Years Ago


just caught one typo, Blemish....siple/simple. Other than that it is sweet and wonderfully written. Did you give it to her? If so I am guessing it was an ooey gooey moment. peace.

Posted 15 Years Ago


Very beautiful.

Posted 15 Years Ago



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