Magical Love – A Poem

Happy Anniversary to the man I love. I can’t believe I’ve been with you for three years when it only feels as if I met you a month ago. I can’t wait to explore all that life has to offer with you by my side. xoxoxo

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When I was younger,large

I cast a spell for you.

I wished for a man who was kind,

a man who was sincere,

someone who had a sense of humour,

who liked to laugh,

who enjoyed the sound

of the wind through the trees.

I wished for a man who

would love all of me completely.

I kept that wish,

bright as a star,

inside of a box.

At night, it would brighten my room,

dissolving the shadows.

As the years went by,

I began to wonder

if my spell had lost its power.

I had met many men,

but none that met

the elements of the spell

that I had laid out

all those years ago.

The wish inside a box

underneath my bed

no longer dissolved the shadows.

It had but a pinprick of

light and magic left.

When the wish grew dark,

I gave up all hope

that I would meet you.

Instead, I prepared for a life alone.

The very next day,

I met you.

You stood, glowing with light,

as if you carried my wish

inside of you and the light

was trying to burst free.

When I met you,

I knew that you

were who I had wished for

all those years ago.

We share a magical love,

a love that knows no boundaries,

one that grew from a seed

of the brightest magic

into a star that we

both carry inside of us.

I love you more than words can say

and as we prepare to

let our love grow further,

I can’t wait to find out

what kind of magic

we will create,

brighter than the stars.

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About Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson an award winning, Number One Best Selling Author. He writes in many different genre's. Learn more at www.jamiesonwolf.com
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