My Heart Loves You

My Heart Loves You short poem

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My heart loves you

Was it not some time ago,
My heart was like a rock?
An impenetrable fortress,
With steep cliffs at its side,

A distance land,
Far away,
From where no ordinary soul,
Would dare to reside?

I find it tough to believe,
Or even understand,
How you managed to soothe my inflexible castle?

I wonder,
Maybe it was your gentle hands,
Or your calming face,
May it be your tender lips?

How did you manage?
To make my heart a malleable stronghold,
To change me,
To make our hearts collide?
To stop me in my tracks,
And make a revolution in my heart!
My Love!

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Hey! I'm Oluwatooki-Gbenro-Adegbite, I'm twelve years old currently, and I am an inspirational writer. I write because I get to express thoughts that can hardly be expressed by words. I love writing and i hope you enjoy my work!
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