Untitled Love Poem

Untitled Love Poem

A Poem by Sacha Davison

Just a little free verse. Sixteen year old kids shouldn't write late night love poems. I miss sleeping.

Never could I tell you this -
You wouldn't understand.
But the feeling that you give me
Cannot be matched.
Long, have I searched
For such beauty as yours
To lift me from the depth of my sorrows
And bless my mind and soul.
If we'll ever be together,
Of this I am unsure.
I assure you though, my treasure,
That it is a choice you would not regret.
I fear I'm too upfront with you,
That I'll scare you away.
Though, to feel your embrace
Is my greatest desire.
Such passion, I haven't yielded
For another human being,
You are unique, beautiful
Witty and strong.
You are everything I wish that I could be.
If I could only find the words required
To have you in my arms.
I'd scribe, for you, a million poems
In hopes that one would make you feel 
As ardent of my love, as I would be of yours.

© 2012 Sacha Davison

Author's Note

Sacha Davison
I'm such a loser, but I mean well. I assume the subject of this poem will never read this, otherwise I'd never have posted it, aha.

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That was so sweet and heartfelt. I love how you show emotion in you're writing. This is wonderful. Good luck. ;)

Posted 7 Years Ago

oh my gosh!!!!!! this was so sweet, if the person you like doesn't fall for you with this poem... they are dead inside. This was so passionate.

Posted 7 Years Ago

Sacha Davison

7 Years Ago

Thank you! But as i said the person will almost certainly never read this.

7 Years Ago

that is a shame, I feel like they should.

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Added on December 12, 2012
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