Love Once Again - Poem by Dani smitley
'Once burned; twice shy' echoes the lyrics in her mind
Appealing grin spreads across her lips as she reminisces
Vacant significance behind such sympathetic expression
Young girl stung by passionate love by an innocent heart
Since that entrancing moment thoughts remain occupied
Eyes pierced in her memory; passion engraved in her heart
Friend's wise words softly linger... 'If you can't get him
Out of your head... maybe he's meant to be there'
Four erratically blissful years filled with sweet daydreams
Falling for his charming words and masculine physique
His image established a dwelling in her desiring heart
Not a soul comes even close to the happiness he instills
'He makes me melt like a popsicle on the 4th of July, '
Resonates the line from a childhood beloved movie
The utter infatuation he triggers with a simple smile
Blows even cynical pessimists away with sheer surprise
Innocent love flourished softly in her affectionate heart
Clasping frantically to blissful emotions; she will not set free
'Never give up on someone you can't go a day without thinking about, '
Dream boy, can you blame my heart for falling into your arms again?
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