Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

He loves me


He's a breath of fresh air

He loves me
He makes me feel special
He sees me as being different
He touches me with his skin like he's a spread on my bed
That covers me from my head to my feet like he's a shied of protection that protect me daily, but physically he makes me feel warm also bubbly on my inside
Just because he's my spring!
Shining so bright that he's a part smile in my life.


He's beautiful
He lovely
He's sweet
he's kind
But most importantly he's mine!
He's understanding
He's selfless
He's considerate
that's why I call him my heat that keeps me warm in the winter time.

He allow me to see and bare witness with all of his good characteristic he's a genuine person He said that he loves me, and I love him as well, he makes me better a man each, and everyday plus 365days where my heart and body is guarded mentally and physically by him. He's careful with me and I am with him emotionally, mentally, physically
He's a mans, man.

He's true
His action of Consistence feels like a dream that came true, that I have to pinch myself, I have to pinch myself to make sure I'm awake and it's not a dream but my reality and it's a knew day.

Where my smile is brighter then the sun
His eyes, his words, touches me, like the wind blowing on my skin
At nite like when I'm on the beach.
He is a breath of fresh air.

He's beautiful
He lovely
He's sweet
he's kind
But most importantly he's mine!
He's understanding
He's selfless
He's considerate
that's why I call him my spring, and yes I'm thankful.

Submitted: Friday, April 04, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: relationship


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