Eric Fieland


At First Sight


The first time I saw you
I couldn't believe my eyes
You were an angel
Just fallen from the sky
And from that moment
I knew I had to make you mine
There wasn't a second to spare
Because that'd be a waste of time

Like a genie in a bottle
You granted me a wish
We went to your place
And we began to kiss
From that moment
I saw my life ahead of me
Never did I know that life could taste so sweet

In your arms
I found my home
Whenever I get lost
I know where to go
In your scent
I drown in the sea
Every time I am in trouble, you come and rescue me

The first time I saw you
I couldn't believe my eyes
I knew someday
That you'd be my bride

Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Edited: Thursday, November 01, 2012
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Written for my wife on our wedding day

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