Josh Howell

Rookie (Pittsburgh, PA)

Madly In Love - Poem by Josh Howell

this is the story
of a boy who thought he wouldnt survive
until he met a girl
who made him feel so alive
he hasnt felt normal
ever since his birth
but shes the only reason
hes still alove on this earth
her smile and comfort
made him happy inside
and soon enough
his feelings he couldnt hide
he confessed that he loved her
she said i love you too
he felt reborn
this love made him feel new
her cheerful and joyful spirit
cheered him up everyday
and it made him feel happy
in every possible way
he complimets her everyday
shes beautiful and cute
he thinks shes so nice
sweeter then the sweetest fruit
occasionally
they will get in a fight
but they will everntually make up
and he'll hold her all through the night
when shes not at school
he lets out a big sigh
he skips all his classes
and sits in the bathroom and cries
when hes around her
his smile is 2 feet wide
and no matter what the temperature
he feels warm inside
he loves her more
then santonio holmes loves his pot
and he knows they'll forever be
tied together in this knot
it brightens his day
to see her smile
he knows theyre in love
and will be together a long while
he jumps up and down
when she says i love you
and he goes on his roof
and screams i fucking love you too
he tells her shes beautiful
when she has no makeup and sweatpants on
he holds when she cries
and says he will never be gone
she makes him feel so special
nothing feels more right
and the minute he saw her
he knew it was love at first sight
hes usually an angry person
but around her hes as peaceful as a dove
and these two share something special.
theyre madly in love..

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 8, 2011


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