Andrew Hinton

Rookie (1993 / Massachusetts)

An Intrest Poem by Andrew Hinton


With eyes glacial blue,
And smile snow white,
Your laughter is warm
Like sunlight.

When the wind plays
With your hair,
I swear you are an angel
Standing there.

But beauty is not my utmost priority,
Your heart I care about the majority.
And in you I see a heart after God,
And a thirst for adventure abroad.
I want to share in that adventure,
Only if you grant me venture.

I want to learn about you more,
No matter what is in store.
I know that I may in time fail,
But in trial I will not quail.

You deserve only what is best,
So if an interest in me you do not vest,
Be sure I will want to be just friends no less.

Submitted: Friday, February 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, February 02, 2013
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I wrote this poem for a girl I really liked at the time. Unfortunately, this poem doesn't do her justice at all. I left it anonymous so that she wouldn't know, maybe someday I'll tell her I wrote it.

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