Love Letter #39

I met you when I was naive and didn’t really know myself

I thought you were something special

with your charm and laughter

you brought out the wild side of me

made me venture out of my comfort zone

you made me laugh far into the night

you spoke sweet nothings in my ear

you gave me soft kisses and held onto my hand

it was only through the fun times that we shared

when we were both young and carefree

we had nothing in the world stopping us

from pursuing so much more than the Universe had to offer

but then you realized that I wasn’t enough for you

But you were enough for me

Or so I thought

because I was so naive and didn’t know myself

The “Love Letters” Series will be a collection of poetry written for and about love. Please comment below if you’re enjoying my thoughts and words. Some of these poems can be read as “Spoken Word” or a “Rap Song” or with a “Taylor Swift” angst, lol. – Peace and Love

See all the “Love Letters”, click on the other links below to read more:

Love Letter #1, Love Letter #2, Love Letter #3, Love Letter #4, Love Letter #5,Love Letter #6, Love Letter #7, Love Letter #8, Love Letter #9, Love Letter #10, Love Letter #11, Love Letter #12, Love Letter #13, Love Letter #14, Love Letter #15, Love Letter #16, Love Letter #17, Love Letter #18, Love Letter #19, Love Letter #20, Love Letter #21, Love Letter #22, Love Letter #23, Love Letter #24, Love Letter #25, Love Letter #26, Love Letter #27, Love Letter #28, Love Letter #29, Love Letter #30, Love Letter #31, Love Letter #32, Love Letter #33, Love Letter #34, Love Letter #35, Love Letter #36, Love Letter #37, Love Letter #38, Love Letter Guest Post #1,

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