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she sees the way the stars glow in his eyes
gold specks of stardust explode from the sky
green and blue like the deepest sea
there’s no place she’d rather be

wrapped in his arms just feels like home
never alone

so familiar like the worn pages of an old book
all it took was one look
she fell before she even had a chance
no turning back locked in his trance

his smile so mesmerizing
he stole her heart without even realizing

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by aeurban

I have a BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment from Full Sail University. I have been a freelance writer for six years, and writing poetry since I was about 12. Poetry has always been a way for me to not only cope with life, but to express the feelings that overwhelm me.


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