Brandi Cuff

Entwined Hearts

Look at us....
So young and innocent....
Staring in each others eyes...
For that warm feeling...
Something tender...
But yet so signinficant

Not fully understanding what it really is....
but trying to fit each other to a puzzle;
That seems to perfectly fit,
Tender touches soft as silk;
Your hand upon my cheek,
My head begins to tilt

My heart takes me to a place...
Where we seem to find each other,
Ivory white trimmed in silver
We are colors that blend beautifully together

Sincerity in our eye contacts;
Incidents that's no coincidence,
Could it be we are in....
Maybe this is just a beautiful friendship

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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