Edith SaintFelix

Rookie (02/15/90 / Pasadena, California)

You - Poem by Edith SaintFelix

When I first moved here I was angry and mad.
I was moving away from my family and friends and it made me really sad.
I was just starting high school and I didn't know anyone.
I wanted to go back home, I just wanted to run.
Until the day I saw you, we were just starting school.
And I couldn't help but stare at you, you were just so cool.
You had the perfect body and the prettiest eyes.
I couldn't help but stare, girl I was mesmerized.
The way that you smiled made my heart skip a beat,
And the way you looked at me made my legs go weak.
Your beauty is so intoxicating that it takes my breath away.
I'm just glad that I had the chance to be near you everyday.
You are just amazing and I'm glad I moved here.
My life was so confusing but now its clean and clear.
I've never met anyone like you, you are truly unique.
Every time I feel you near me I find it hard to speak.
Because of you I'm a better person and a good friend.
I hope we never drift apart, I hope we never end.
Without you I would be lost and wouldn't be living.
Your caring and kind, and thoughtful and giving.
I never want to lose you cuz that just wouldn't be right.
You are my angel and you are my light.
I love you more than anything and that will never end.
I'm so happy to have you in my life and I'm proud to be your friend.

Comments about You by Edith SaintFelix

  • (7/10/2006 1:55:00 AM)

    excellent work for one so young~! Give us more! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 31, 2006

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 6, 2010

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