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You To Me

You touch my heart, you touch my soul
You take away a lot of my pain,
Your pretty green eyes enchant me so
And I am no longer feeling insane.
You have unlocked the key to my heart
Relit the fire so deep down inside,
All of these things draw me to you
And yet when I see you I run and hide.
I can never explain how it is I feel
I can't even look you in the eye,
For a second maybe I look at your face
Before I get that intoxicating high.
From here-on-in my heart skips a beat
The blood it rushes to my brain,
In my mind I want to kiss and hold you
But again I feel that growing pain.
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Submitted on July 04, 2012

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Born in Leeds, England, Marcus De Storm is married with two twin daughters. He finds time to write across the board with Story-Shorts, Novels, Poetry and Niches, between running his Family business in Multi-Media and Technology on an International scale.Recently published, Marcus intends to release three further books throughout the Summer, and three more for Christmas 2012. A specially selected "Anthology" of Poetry is scheduled for sometime in 2012, but as yet, there is no fixed date for this project.Living in Walton, Wetherby, Marcus remains to be no stranger to the Internet through his 40 Blogsites that he and his staff manage on a day to day basis.Favourite saying and Motto: Get a life, live it, love it. more…

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