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Crystal Castro

Rookie - 18 Points (06-09-1983 / Tacoma Washington)

The Meaning of Us

The feeling of becoming breathless when you wrap me in your arms
Placing your soft hands around my waist
As you lean into my ear sweetly whispering ' I love you.'
Making me feel weak yet i know I'm safe with you
The chill up and down my spine whenever I hear your voice
My heart slips a few beats just having an image of your smile in my thoughts
I have such an emotional attachment to you
You're like a drug, and I'm so addicted
I never want to leave your side whenever we're together
And i miss you terribly the split second we part ways
Even though it may take a few shots just to get things right
There is no one else in this world I would want
To make me feel because this way
The way you do
You said 'No label.'
And since then, I have realized you're right
You can't label something that is So TRUE
So real, so meant to be
I have never believed in fate; soulmates
'The right one'
But I didn't have to because he stood right in front of my face for many years
I don't think any words could ever describe
What it is we really are to eachother
I grew up knowing that not ONE thing or person is perfect.
PERFECT: has no flaws
Where in the world did this word come from
If every thing and everyone were flawless

Submitted: Friday, March 22, 2013

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