Cathryn Hammack


What You Mean To Me Poem by Cathryn Hammack


You always know
How to make me smile
Even though it tends
To take a while

I know we've had
Our ups and downs
A crazy motion
Round and round

I started scared
You reassured
Look at me now
Just call me yours

This poem is very
Hard to write
Cuz I want to get
The words just right

I want to let you
Know just how
You make me feel
Wow. Just wow

When I'm with you
I feel so great
You're a great boyfriend
You're first rate

You're always here
When I need you most
I can't wait to go
To the Grecian coast

Our future is bright
You just can't see
Exactly what
You do to me

I love you Nicky
You don't realize
How I view you
In my eyes

In my eyes, you're a hero
The savior of my life
Let's make our story last
I want to be your wife

I know that this sounds crazy
But all of this is true
I just want to let you know
That baby, I love you

And so I write this poem
The words come from the heart
I really truly hate the thought
Of us being apart

And so to you my darling
I do profess my love
I think that we were meant to be
A match from heaven above.

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013

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