Falling in Love Poem

Spent the night at a friends house and felt like I was in paradise laying next to her.

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© Tommy B more by Tommy B

Published: Jan 2009

Paradise Found

My stomach fills up with butterflies everytime my eyes lock with yours
and I see your beautiful face

I search for words, but you leave me speechless
I can't think straight, my heart starts to race

Just the thought of you warms me even on the coldest day
your smile is like a ray of sunshine

Brightens the darkest corners of my soul
Your touch alone resurrects my heart that was dark as coal

You've been able to bring it back to life, you give it a reason to beat
You give a man the inspiration to wake up, the power to stand on his feet

I remember trying to reach paradise
With my homies on the block with a pair of dice

Pockets full of that goodish thinking money was the only thing that would bring happiness
but all I got was misery, despair, and loneliness

Until I woke up one morning
and realized paradise was sleeping right next to me

All I could do was kiss you gently on your forehead,
put my hand on your hip and admire your beauty

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  • by Sand Springs
  • Feb 2012

This poem has touched me in everywhere and I need to write this down and give it to my boyfriend he loves it when I give him poems but I love this poem and I think about him all the time when I'm away from him

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  • by Morocco
  • Feb 2012

This poem is full of feelings of gratitude that we rarely express to our beloved person by speech as it is mentioned in it. Many people of course fear from losing their reputation if they do so. But they don't know that it is possible that it may lead them to gain more respect than before. I love it and I encourage people to be more romantic and say thanks to their beloved, if not through speech, do it through presenting gifts.

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  • by Hunter, Murray KY
  • May 2010

This poem is actually about me, really it is. I am an 8th grader who has feelings for someone younger but I can't ruin my reputation and I think about her a lot when I am at my friends house

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