Black Poetry : Love

Mario William vitale

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The first time I met you and looked into your eyes
I knew the difference between love and possession
There was warmth, tenderness, and understanding
You gave me laughter, confidence, and shelter

You made me feel like I was just born,
my past had never existed
You made me feel worthwhile;
I could also bring you happiness

There is just no room for jealousy in our relationship;
there is so much more for us
Your good humor is always around when I feel let down
As time has passed I still feel brand new

every time you look at me, every time I hear your voice
We are friends first, and that is wonderful;
we are lovers secondly, and that is heavenly
 

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