Treasure Island

Veruschka Nicole Eiman

(8June1993 / Windhoek)

The feeling called Love


I'll love you till the stars fall
From the sky and remember
My love for you will never die

Even though the sun stops to shine
You'll always be mine
And if the rivers stop to flow
Just remember my love for
You will always grow

I told myself once that true love
doesn't exist but that was before
I met the guy of my dreams
When I'm with him it feels
like all my problems disappear
and all my love reappear

When I look into his big dark brown
beautiful eyes
I feel like my heart is jumping
out of my chest,
He is the Best,
He is the one I've waited for
all these years
It feels like he erases all my fears
and wipes off all away my tears
i really do love this guy
oh my

Submitted: Tuesday, February 17, 2009

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  • Cody Lalonde (2/17/2009 8:37:00 AM)

    wonderfully written, thanks for sharing. i wonder if u would please read my poem 'fantasy'..i think u may enjoy it.. (Report) Reply

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