You

Poem By Forget Me Not

I may have never loved,
but it's the closest I've been yet,
I may have never needed,
but inside my heart you're set.

You radiate all things I love,
you repel all that I hate,
You make whirlpools in my veins,
as you ravel into my fate.

You say exactly what I want to hear,
your smell even blesses my lungs,
Your habits make the butterflies,
climb up my shaky rungs,

You make my spirit explode,
in shock of such wonderfull things,
My soul so surprised to find such brilliance,
it swells and sprouts feathered wings.

I may be a teenager,
I may of barely lived,
but I can feel the same,
and see the same,
and hear and smell and taste the same,
and I know that you're something special.

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