Chrissy Robinson

Rookie - 0 Points (May 7,1981 / South Jersey)

Miracle - Poem by Chrissy Robinson

Your face is like a tender rose
ready to be embraced.
The soft glow of your eyes
hypnotically soothes my pain.
The gentle sound of your voice
slowly makes me fall
more and more in love with you,
cherishing every moment that we are near.
You are my sanctuary
in a world of sorrow.
You are the light
at the end of my tunnel,
urging me thru time.
I am a hopeless romantic,
and you are my hopeless love.
For two paths like ours
will rarely cross
and complete the circle that has been started.
I am a joyful romantic,
and you are my pride and joy
for you complete all my worth.
And, in turn,
you created me.
I wish that words could explain
the happiness that you bring me
every time I hear your voice
or see your face.
The feeling is spiritual,
powerful,
moving.
It holds my heart in its place.
Yet dreams can only take me so far,
and words a few inches more.
It's the feel,
the sound,
the knowledge
that seems to complete the mood.
So help me complete our destiny
and become one with me.
The power of love is in my grasp,
for the whole world can see
that I love you.


Comments about Miracle by Chrissy Robinson

  • (11/10/2004 4:51:00 PM)


    a powerfull love poem, we need to feel calm, i feel better on reading your poem

    Regard's AJS
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Poem Edited: Monday, April 17, 2006


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