Summer Huggins


You make my heart feel


I don't know you,
But you make my heart feel,
Out of its cold state,
You make my mind see the beauty,
Open up to new worlds,
My cheeks tingle,
Turning to pink roses,
My breath is uneven,
Soaking up your presence,
Your intelligences puts me in awe,
Your voice is soothing, and calm,
The way you move is peaceful,
Your eyes locking contact,
Your lips curving into bliss,
Ambition coursing threw you,
Feelings I can't contain,
Your words spiraling in my head,
Your existences is something I need,
Something I want,
Your love for life is inspirational,
I don't know you, but you make my heart feel.

Submitted: Friday, December 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 20, 2013
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