Dom Hunt

Rookie - 13 Points (17/04/1966 / geelong)

How I Loved You


There was never a hour when my thoughts didn't  drift to you
And fill my mind with the immensity of you 
There was never a time of regret
Only times filled with hope
There was never a dream that wasn't fulfilled 
Or a new dream that wouldn't be
There was never a breath that didn't feel the essence of you
Filling me with life 
Your touch lit my soul 
Till it burned with desire
Your smile captured joy
And spread to all you'd see
Your eyes shone of exuberance 
Promising things, that you would help me reach
Your body screamed at me
In a way that made me tremble
Your voice entered my core
Echoing sweetness through my veins
All you are, like a song
Rises and falls within
My heart beats with yours
My blood can feel you 
As it flows to all of me
Filled with you I have become
Whom I should be

Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 27, 2012

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