nikki hays

Rookie (30th October 1971 / croydon, victoria, Australia)

I Love You - Poem by nikki hays

aroused in me a passion
that is what you did to me
as mere teens i saw you
and from then i could not be freed
your eyes and smile they cast a bond
never to be released
for in my heart i always knew
my desire could not be eased
i travelled far and wide to find
someone to call my own
but my heart would always wonder back
to the love i left at home
a mystery you were to me
on the outside looking in
too scared to lose what we had now
and happy if thats all icould get
if only to be near to you
to see your shining face
i was home when with you
no matter the name of the place
i declared within my heart
the love i felt for you
long before you noticed me
or noticed that i knew
denying for so long to all
the feelings that ran wild
i played the game of innocent
like a little child
i toyed with you flirtaciously
i watched your eyes caress
my body very tenderly
and in my mind undressed
we made love every night in my dreams
and never were apart
you were my life and soul you know
you stole my very heart
the night your lips touched mine my love
i never will forget
and since that night not a single one
goes by that i regret
i love your touch and love your smell
i love your everymove
i love you more each day my dear
than i ever thought i had the room
i give you unconditionally
all that i have to give
and if you should ever leave my love
i dont think i could live
i love you


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 11, 2011


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