I Love You Poem

You Are My Soulmate

This poem is dedicated to my fiancé whom I love dearly and is away at the moment.

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I couldn't find the right words to say how I felt about my fiancée until I read this poem. It said everything I was trying to say and more.

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What My Heart Wants To Say

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Published: November 2016

The moment I met you,
I knew I was in love,
Like an angel had sent you from up above.
The connection we share grows stronger every day.
A strong bond that no one can ever take away.
I love everything about you, baby.
I love you so much and miss you like crazy.
You are the one who holds my heart's key,
And you know that we are meant to be.
You make me feel happy, content, special and free.
If I could, I would do anything for you;
There's nothing that I wouldn't do.
Every time you look at me,
My hands go clammy, legs go weak.
When you laugh and smile,
My heart skips a beat.
You are my world, you are my everything,
My own fairytale, my handsome king!
I always have and always will be yours,
Until the end of time.
I want and need you to be forever mine.
You are sexy, funny, sweet, and kind,
And you are always in my heart and in my mind.
When we are apart, I miss you so much,
Your look, your smell, your ways, your touch.
Now I've got you, and I'll never want anyone new.
I promise you, baby, I'll always be true.
I cannot wait to settle down in our home,
To become your wife and have children of our own.
The day you become my husband and I become your wife
Will be the happiest day of my entire life!
You are the light of my life,
The air that I breathe.
My world would end if you were ever to leave.
You and I are meant to be.
We were brought together by fate,
And I know that you are my true soulmate.

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  • Cheri Federer by Cheri Federer
  • 1 year ago

I couldn't find the right words to say how I felt about my fiancée until I read this poem. It said everything I was trying to say and more.

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