First Sight

Poem By Tessa Eichhorst

The first day I ever
saw you in my life, I
was hooked on you.

From your eyes to your
smile I saw everything
I've dreamed of in a guy.

Even though I didn't
know you or even meet
you, I was hooked at
first sight.

Then a year later I
finally saw you again,
and I finally met you.

To me there is nothing
wrong with you, except
for the fact that you make my
knees go weak whenever
I see you.

You're smart, funny, sweet,
and kind; now I just can't
even seem to get you out
of my mind.

I tell we've grown closer
as friends; your little winks
and conforting hugs makes
everytime I see you never end.

Whenever I lay my eyes on you
its just like that first sight
all over again.


This poem is about a guy that made
me realize one summer that the outside
appearance doesn't always matter,
he made me become a better person,
so Scott Cherney thank you for that.

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