Allison Hankins

Rookie (Petosky, Minnesota)

Complete Bliss - Poem by Allison Hankins

You know that feeling when you know it’s real?
When you can’t completely explain how you feel?

When you constantly think about their loving face?
When you want to shout it out all over the place?

When your heart starts to beat and it won’t slow down?
When you know that this person could never make you frown?

When you dream about all of the good times ahead?
When you think about all of the sweet things they have said?

When you look into their eyes and find yourself in a trance?
When you long to just hold them while you two dance?

When their smile is the one thing that makes your heart fly?
When you realize you no longer have to try?

When a single call from them just to say, “Hi, ” makes you smile?
When a simple hug from them lets you know they’ll go the extra mile?

When they sweet talk you and say they love you too?
When even the smallest touch means the world to you?

Well I’m in this place and I hope you don’t miss
This overwhelming feeling, this complete bliss!

(6/17/08)

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  • (6/18/2008 8:49:00 PM)


    This is rhyme and I love it. The words were very well chosen and some of the phrases were just wonderful. I loved it and gave it another 9.

    Gw62
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  • (6/18/2008 2:48:00 PM)


    Allie...I dont know what to say. I do know that feeling...and i will never forget how it feels. Thank you. I love you forever baby! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Poem Edited: Friday, October 31, 2008


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