Kimberly Santistevan

Rookie (Aug 11 / Colorado)

You Just Don'T Know Him Like I Do - Poem by Kimberly Santistevan

You don't know how happy he makes me.
You don't know the sound of his voice means to me.
You don't know the way he makes me feel when he says those 3 words to me.

You don't know how much I love him.
You don't know what he tells me to get me happy.
You don't know what he does to get me to smile.
You don't know how he puts all those butterflies in my stomach every time I think of him.

You don't know how much I really deserve him
You don't know how much he deserves my love.
You don't know how hurt and alone I felt before he came into my life.
Now that he is in my life, I feel so complete and I feel so loved that I am with him.

You don't know all the things he tells me,
He opens up to me and makes me feel like I am the one for him.
You don't know how he really makes me feel about everything in life.

I know that there is a reason why he was sent to me,
So I can love him and he can love me unconditionally.
I know that we are meant to be together,
Our relationship has become so strong since day one,
We have been through and have conquered all of our little fights.
We have always told one another that we do not want to lose each other.

You see,
He cares about me,
And I care about him.
I just wish you can really see the real man that I am falling in love with.

Hopefully you will soon see,
And that you will realize that he and I were meant to be...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 15, 2011


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