Treasure Island

Charles Wiles


...Heaven Sent (best love poems)


Before that day I saw you
I never looked with true love's eyes,
But angels are revealing
And shine through all disguise.

Before that day I heard you
I never thought true love would call,
But angels are enthralling
And so you made me fall.

Before that day I touched you
I never knew how true love felt,
But angels are embracing
And so my heart did melt.

Before that day I kissed you
I never tasted true love's pull,
But angels are all giving
And let you drink your full.

Before that day I met you
I never knew what true love meant,
But angels are for loving
And you are heaven sent.

(2009)

Submitted: Sunday, October 25, 2009
Edited: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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