Amy Hang

Rookie (12/3/90 / Denver)

Love


Everyday
I say
I love you
And I really do.
I meant it
And chant it.

Love is like fire
You're the one that i desire
My heart is yours
As it is filled with thorns.

You make me want to cry
You kinda make me want to die
With love
Like two doves.

My spine just chills
As the times kills
I can't deny every kiss you make.
In my heart, you're not fake.

I want to be wrap into your arms.
We could be like two special charms.
Your eyes are connected to mine.
Man, you're so fine.

Like i said,
I love you
And I really do
My love for you will not fade.

-Amy Hang
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February 21,2009

Submitted: Saturday, February 21, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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Comments about this poem (Love by Amy Hang )

  • Rookie Manta Rogers (6/1/2009 8:37:00 PM)

    Deep and sad.
    I can tell you pored your emotions into this poem,
    Into the words.
    Keep up the good work, and thank you, again, for the comment on one of mine. (Report) Reply

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