Falling for you

I found my way home in your eyes,
Those eyelashes sheltered me in disguise.
Just like my mother, taking care of me in her lap,
All of my wounds healed, after a peaceful nap.

Oh! those hairs, long, shiny and black,
Distracted me from work, yet kept me on track.
Just like my father, filling all of my wishes,
The philosopher himself fixed all broken pieces.

And those lovely cheeks, defining the whole face,
Happiness may roll down, i wish through this place.
Just like the rainbow, only beautiful in storm,
Pumped up with sweetness, precious and warm.

Now close look at those lips, you're ornamented with,
Tastes so like berries what friends say a myth.
Felt like the feather when touched me on my cheek,
I think I found what I once started to seek.

Finally the finest place, your heart, which I've fallen for,
Neither it was preplanned, nor was written before.
Like the sunshine in the winter, the loveliest form of heat,
It's the charming environment where I've always wanted to fit.

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this is beautiful. thank you. i needed it immensely. 

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