Here's to an Amazing Girl

Here's to an Amazing Girl

A Poem by Blemish In The Stars

Hello my dearest. This one's for you.


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.






© 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 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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Added on October 27, 2008


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I'm glad to get back on to this site... and I'm looking forward to reading some amazing writing. God knows there's enough on here to last awhile. Otherwise, you read mine, I'll read yours. 'Nuff said. more..


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