MY Valentine

Anny McNeilus 1982 (Minnesota)



to: JKB
Finding words to describe or express what you are to me....
Would mean explaining the warmth,
the rush and the bliss that flow through and around my body-
each time our eyes met, each time our hands touch...
The feelings that swim throughout me far surpassed what I've always thought love was... What you ignite within me is just so so  much-
With you I can do all things With you my hearts always sings...
You warm me like the rays from the sun-
Your smile reminds me that life can be fun...
You hold my heart -as destiny planned all along..
Together-we flow like words notes to a song-
i may never have the perfect words to tell you-
But have no doubt that the passionate love i proclaim for you has and will always be the truest true...
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Submitted on February 23, 2016

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Scheme ABCBDDEFFGGHH
Closest metre Iambic heptameter
Characters 735
Words 142
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 13

Anny McNeilus

Writing since the 9th grade I think... LoL best time for a girl to find an outlet... And I just Love words.. I'd like to expand to song writing as well-though I'm a bit clueless on the how-to... Any helpful hints and suggestions are welcome and greatly appreciated-I'm loving this site-as I am broadening my spectrum on what can b defined as poetry... Thank u all for sharing n for giving my words a chance to flow more…

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