Ralph Acosta

(November 27th 1988 / Bronx, Ny)

Everything I Ever Wanted


I love you with all my heart
you're my one and only
i've never wanted anything else
just you and your heart
you're my love for the rest of life
i'm never going to hurt you
or do what anyone else has ever done to you
i want you for who you really are
not someone or something that isn't needed in your life
you're the love of my whole life
and no one or anything
can change the way I feel about you
you're the best thing thats ever happened to me
and nothin can ever change that
even if they try their hardest
i'm never going to let go
of something that can and will
change my life forever
just by having you in it
i'll never get tired of having you around
or in my messed up ruined life
you make it so much better
than it would have ever been
without you in it
i'm so lucky that i found
someone special like you

Submitted: Sunday, May 04, 2008

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