Elizabeth Hunt

Rookie (12/11/1992 / BayShore, NY)

3... - Poem by Elizabeth Hunt

Your essence that capivates my soul. Your warmth that so easily finds
it's way to my heart. The thought of you being dares me to hope one
more day. Blissful ignorance to who you are and what you inspire. The
modesty that steals my heart my heart and makes me desprite to know
more. The heart of a brave lion but the beauty of a butterfly. So
closes off from the world. Yet so open to those in which you reveal.
Your shinning smile that illuminates. Your heart feld tender words
that I can never erase. Such simplicty to who you are. But still so
complex. Your a shooting star. The dorment potential that will one day
save the world. The sparkle in your eyes gives me so much hope. It
makes me believe things I probably should not. Your existance gives me
reason to believe. To believe that their are others like you and maybe
one day they will be found. If only you could see yourself as I do.
You are truly amazing in everything you do. I hope you innocents is
never tainted. Your wonderful and you dint even notice. As the days
come and go you will grow wiser. And as you obtain knowledge your
grows much fuller. You have so many promising attributes. Your my
white light that will never be dimmed. Your spirit will change the
lives of so many. Your corcky personality is something that I will
always treasure. We may be far in distance but you are always close to
my heart. Life is complicated and many times things get left behind
but you aren't one of those things because our memories will never
fade from my heart. I knew you were someone special even from my first
glance. It makes me over joyed to be able to say I see you. Not as in
your person but your heart, your mind, and your wonderful spirit and
soul. When the world tells me to give in and threatens to steal my
hope and faith you give me a reason to smile and hope...... I love you


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 5, 2010



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