Kenny Mantinelli

Rookie (May 6th,1993 / Fountain Valley, California)

The Day I Stop Loving You - Poem by Kenny Mantinelli

I can’t stop thinking,
Of the way you smile;
And I know this wait,
Will be worth while.

’Cause when I think,
Of your amazing hair;
I know with you,
There’ll be no care.

And you’ll put a smile,
On my frowning face;
And you’ll put the speed,
Into this speedy race.

There’s so much about you,
That fills me up with glee;
Your smile, your voice,
Your little 'tee-hee! '

You’re the sun,
To the darkness;
The life,
To the carcass.

Don’t know if you see,
How I’m not like the others;
I’d still be on the ground,
When everyone else hovers.

I would never hurt you,
The way those guys did;
I was raised way differently,
That women have no bid.

I’d give you the love,
That you deserve;
I’d give you that smile,
That ’U’ shaped curve.

And you can always trust me,
To not run away from you;
To always stay by your side,
And help you through.

And my love for you,
Will never go away;
’Cause I’ve come to you,
And I’m here to stay.

Once, a tear fell off my cheek,
And into the ocean blue;
The day I find that tear,
Will be the day I stop loving you.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2008

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