Teen Crush Poem

I wrote this for a guy I like :) and also how I want to feel when I fall in love :)

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I have this crush and he is adorable and he is so popular. I feel like he likes somebody else and when I first saw him looking at me he smiled. Since then I had a glamorous crush on him, and...

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Did You Know? How You Make Me Feel?

© Noelle

Published on December 2013

Dear You,
Just so we're clear
there's a reason why you're here
you are here so I can have
the greatest gift and I'm so glad

But just so you know
I want you to see
how much you truly mean to me

Let's see how should I start?
First, let's talk about the way you affected my heart
I can't think straight when you are near
For I am blinded with fear

The fear of you finding out
what I'm trying so hard to hide
my feelings for you,
are staying locked up on the inside

Sometimes you make me want to sing
sometimes you make me want to shout
all I know is
when you're around
I get butterflies

I wonder how you feel
if anything I'm feeling is real
or is this all a dream?
Please God, put me out of my misery

Because surely I must be dreaming
because, you are a dream
of perfection in every way

The way I feel about you,
I cannot even begin to say

Are roses always red?
And do violets have to be blue?
But the one true thing I know,
is that

I'm in love with you

not because of your looks
even though that's partly it
I love you for what's inside
and hopefully one day, you'll be all mine!

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Has this poem touched you? Share your story!
  • by Jasmine
  • 1 month ago

I have this crush and he is adorable and he is so popular. I feel like he likes somebody else and when I first saw him looking at me he smiled. Since then I had a glamorous crush on him, and we aren't going to see each ever again, and my best friend knows and she accidentally told someone who told him. Now I get bullied.

  • by Anonymous
  • 6 months ago

In love with a boy that I can't yet call mine but hopefully will be able to one day. This poem explains my thoughts perfectly.

  • by Ify Silvar
  • 2 years ago

I am 23 years old. I'm what you would call a hot and attractive hunk......but this wasn't the story when I was way younger. There was this black beauty I had my eyes for, for ages She was my bench mate. I could tell she was into me too but I was too shy to bring up that discussion. By the time I got the courage to tell her, she was chummy with my arch-rival. It hurt cause she knew about the enmity between the both of us. I don't know if it was to spite me or something....just feel I was less shy, now I can't get her out of my head

  • by Gage Tetro
  • 2 years ago

In eighth grade, unlike my previous grades, I became a cool kid. I used to be the kid that was weird and... I guess you could say nerdy. All that all that changed eighth grade. I moved to Alabama. I got to present a whole new me. I became the cool, funny guy girls could lean on, not run away from, and I was always team captain. The only problem was that the girl I liked, no, more than liked, was at my old school. She had black-Brown hair, dark brown eyes and, well a big behind, let's leave it at that. She dated all through sixth and seventh so if I even ever had a chance, that blew it. I'm moving back, hoping to use this new me to my advantage.

  • by Alyssa Fajardo
  • 2 years ago

Hi, my story started when I was in grade 3. Back then I was too shy and my voice is very little. So, obviously, no one can hear me. We were in the middle of a morning routine that time and we were singing. After it my classmates accused me of not singing, but I was. Then, my seatmate, Joshua defended me and said that I was singing. Ever since that day I began to notice him more and more until...I fell in love. We weren't classmates starting grade 5 so I began to send him chocolates anonymously on Christmas and Valentines 'till I heard the worst news yet. He was in love with my BFF Bea and vice versa. Gosh, it still hurts...'till now in high school

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