True Loves Effect - Poem by Katheryn Foley
Notice the smile that starts out sweet but tightens when the butterflys in my stomache are too much.
My heart jumps when I see you come near me,
But melts when you hold me.
Words sound sweeter when spoken by you,
I can only smile when I look at you.
I feel like dancing when you come around,
My spirit is so high,
Breath is hard to find when you look me in the eye.
All fear is at a hault when you came and knocked down my wall of insecurities.
I am free to stop, stand and stare at the one that makes me feel this way.
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