Kailee Falvo


Beauty and The Beast


Day one: I wasn't looking for someone
I didn't need anyone to make my life hell like the others
Had scournfully done so many times.
Why were you different?
Day two: Your kiss still lingers on my lips and this smile
Won't come off and I don't mind.
There's something about waking up in your sweatshirt
That covers me from head to toe.
Day three: You are different, way different.
Never thought this thing called 'trust' still existed in my life,
Maybe it didn't, but now it does.
The way your hands touch me, bring me warmth and I never
Want to be cold again.
Until night comes and the stars come out, will I know
We are staring at the same thing.

To the man with the sweetest heart, who wants nothing but the best
This is for you.
To the first guy who I share my secrets to and
Who will watch Disney movies with me
All night long, singing along and watching
As those happy endings come along.
So don't go, because together we can create those
Happy endings side by side.

Submitted: Sunday, October 23, 2011
Edited: Monday, October 24, 2011

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