Amber Mitchell

(July 14th 1992 / Manchester, NH)

Fated Love


Two lost souls converge to meet, pushed by Fate
Both haunted by their pasts looking for change
Strong attraction makes the pasts dissipate
Infatuation starts at a close range

Shocking, unexpected love at first sight
Savoring all moments spent together
Suddenly life's path seems more clear and bright
Captivated by thoughts of forever

Addicted to all feelings created
A bliss that's one of a kind being shared
A bond so strong the air's saturated
Hopes and dreams that were barely even dared

Time flys by or stops entirely
Soft touches forever admiring

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013
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