Erika Heslop Martin

Rookie (January 15 / Kingston, Jamaica)

I Love You - Poem by Erika Heslop Martin

When you asked me if I loved you and I said no.
I lied, I don't know why I did.
But I know that I love you and you know it too.
So why did you ask me that question?
I love you, yes I do.
My love for you erupts like a volcano.
My love for you burns hotter than the burning bush.
My love for you is sweeter than the chocolate
That Cadbury gave to me last night.

I love you, my sweetie pie, my pookie poo.
My love for you stings like the sting of the bee,
And expands after contact.
My love for you is full of ecstasy,
Vibrating through every nerve of my being.

Look into my eyes,
Tell me what you see.
I know you see yourself staring right back at you.
I love you, my eyes love you.
Hug me and feel my body shiver with delight.
Kiss me and my lips burn with fever.
Touch me and the hair stands up on my body.
Say my name and my ears ring like a bell.
I love you can't you tell?

I love you.
I pray for you everyday
I never stay angry with you for a day.
My voice is the finest thing you'll ever hear.
I whisper tender, loving words so you always care.
My heart beats faster when you are near,
In my life is where you belong my dear.
I love you.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 14, 2013


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