poet Darnell Callwood

Darnell Callwood

You'Re Love

Your gentle words made me whole,
Like a spark of light that illuminates my soul,
I am deaf to the world but your love speaks to me,
Always in truth and honesty,
A stranger you once were,
When my life was incomplete,
Now I truly know what love is,
And u will always be a part of me,
You are my star that shines bright in the skies above,
And I a river that flows into your ocean of love,
Your lips speak soft sweetness,
Your touch a soft caress,
A feeling I want to last forever,
And my heart beats within your chest,
You brought a joy to my heart,
A feeling I never felt before,
With each touch and sweet kiss,
I love u more and more,
I wrote your name on a paper but that will soon age,
I wrote your name on my mirror but that will soon fade,
I wrote your name in my heart,
And forever it will stay.
Some say time waits for no man,
And that may true,
But love lasts forever,
And forever I will gladly spend with u.

Poem Submitted: Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Poem Edited: Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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Comments about You'Re Love by Darnell Callwood

  • D Callwood (9/16/2009 2:44:00 PM)

    Thank you very much...i am happy u enjoyed my poem

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  • Danny H (9/15/2009 9:30:00 PM)

    This was apsolutely
    Amazing.
    Im favoriting this! .
    I wrote your name on a paper but that will soon age,
    I wrote your name on my mirror but that will soon fade,
    I wrote your name in my heart,
    And forever it will stay.
    Some say time waits for no man,
    And that my true,
    But love lasts forever,
    And forever I will gladly spend with u.

    Every line was etched with perfection and quality!

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