Alex Rodriguez

Rookie - 30 Points (august 8)

Why Do I Love You?


Sometimes at nigth,
When I look at the sky
I think of you and
ask myself, why?
Why, do I love you?
I think and smile
& I know
the list could go on
for miles and miles.

The whisper of your voice,
The warmth of your touches
so many little things
that makes me love you;
The way you support me and
help with my emotions,
The way that you care and show
such devotion.

Why, do I love you?
The way that your kisses
Fills me with desire
And How you hold me
with the warmth of blazing fire
The way your blue eyes
shine when
you look at me;
Lost with you
Forever is were
I want to be;

Why do I love you?
The way that I feel
When you're by my side
a sense of completion
and overflowing pride,
The dreams that I dream,
Which all involve you
the possibilities
I see and the things
We can do,
How you finish the puzzle'
that lies inside my heart,
That's why, I love you'!

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 26, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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