He's The One.

Poem by: ladygothicka

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A poem for the love of my life, Michael Harnett.

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Submitted: January 11, 2010

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Submitted: January 11, 2010

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I met him nearly 3 months ago,
in a personal rainstorm. He held
me close and let me cry on his
shoulder until the fear in me went
away. He became my best friend,
but I wanted more than just friendship.
We realised we loved each other and
that this love would never die. I could
scarcely believe that he wanted to be
my boyfriend ... it was a magical moment.

Now that we're together, my days are full
of light and laughter. I don't sleep because
reality is finally better than my dreams, I
laugh because I'm happy and I walked out
on my family because I'd rather be in love
with Michael than lose him. People might not
understand how we can love each other so
much, but I know that he is The One. I love
him so much ... I'd marry him today if I could.
As Elton John once said, "Baby you're The One".
And he is. He's The One.


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A poem for the love of my life, Michael Harnett.

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