I Love You So Sincerely - Poem by Elizabeth Walker
As the dew lingers on every blade of grass, so do you linger in my every thought.
Even when I'm freezing cold you can warm me so I'm hot.
With every soft and gentle touch you evoke in me wonder and love.
If I listed all the reasons I love you I'd run out of stars above.
Overwhelmed and flustered, I can't convey what I feel.
Since we started talking my heart I let you steal.
I want to stay with you forever.
I want to hear your voice every day.
This is all so wonderful don't think it's just a game I play.
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