I Knew by Jeff Oliver

The first time I looked in your beautiful eyes

I saw myself with you

For the first time in my life

I could fly

I was no longer in danger

At first, you were a stranger

But I could finally feel my anger

Fading away to this day I’m part of you

 

I knew

When I first kissed your mouth

I knew

I could not do without

I knew

Every inch of you

From the top of your head

To what lies inside you

I knew

I’ve been through the difference

Of passion love and lust

With you there is an uncontrollable

Passionate trust

My beautiful

My queen

My glorious loving masterpiece

To this day

And all these years later

You drive me wild

My happily ever after

 

I knew on the very first night

I’m in this forever

Everything so right

I knew

Every inch of you

 

© Jeff Oliver

Excerpt from the book Strange Sounds

Strange Sounds

$11.95 Plus Shipping ~ Available at CTU Publishing Group and Amazon.com


Jeff OliverAbout the Author

Mr. Jeffrey Oliver was born in Baltimore Maryland in 1982, raised in southern Pennsylvania, and now resides in Western N.Y. A father of seven beautiful children, Jeffrey has been writing for 17 years, constantly chasing this crazy dream. He is married to a beautiful woman named Jennie, who is the reason he continues to keep dreaming, love conquers all. His writing inspires, shocks, and gives you vivid visions in your mind, like you are going through it with him. His euphoric writing will take you places you never thought you could go.

Visit Jeff’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/jeff-oliver-.html



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