Jessie Jett

(12/31/1989 / Maryland)

All The Love


All the love in the world,
is never truly enough.
To be seen in the past,
to what's here to last.

All the love in the world,
I could not give you.
Desperately, I try.
Though my heart is small in size.

More than anything I've ever felt,
my heart screams for you.
It pleads for you.
Even despite all the love in the world.

People keep searching,
like there's somthing to find.
All the love in the world,
I know that this is mine.

Never feeling before, the love that we've shared.
No need for searching, becuase I don't care.
You don't find love, love finds you.
This love is the truest of true.

Most don't know it, until it's almost gone.
I never want to wait that long.
For this love I have,
is so incredibly strong.

All the love in the world wouldn't matter one bit.
Without you here,
and in my heart.
It's out of place and dosen't fit.

Nothing amounts to the beauty in your soul.
My heart screams for you,
and I'm not letting that go.
And all the love in the world, this is unlike anything I've known.

More than anything I've felt,
after all these years, your touch makes me melt.
Still to know, sometimes we may have our down days.
But you make me feel hundreds of a thousand different ways.

To these thoughts, they pour from my soul.
To these feelings can be hard to know.
Even through all the love in the world,
Your love is the loudest sound.

It does not echo, or whisper ears.
It booms like drums after all these years.
Still, all the love that everyone looks for;
I lay at rest, need not want to look no more.

Submitted: Friday, March 02, 2012
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