"I'm usually really against the constant use of "I, I'm" etc in poetry, however I found this worked really well here. I really enjoyed the similies that were present throughout the poem, as it enabled me to begin to imagine just how much the author loves the person they are talking to/about, along with creating quite drastic imagery at times "I love you like my captive" for example. The whole poem had me pondering on love and when it becomes too much and turns into obsession, because can't that too often so easily occur? We need to perfect the balance of loving someone in a positive way without letting it turn into a negative way and I find many people don't even realize when that is happening at times. Particularly enjoyed the last line, as even though the poem made me think about both the positive and negative side of love, I found this line to be emotionally touching and very sweet, a lovely way to end this elegantly penned poem."
This poem reflects the title like a thousand times hah. Definitely a poem that shows someone's insecurity and how they don't want to let this person go. They love everything about them, they'd do anything for them, they are crazy about every little thing about them, they are obsessed. Sometimes this happens in love, definitely not something healthy. You've portrayed this all too well here though, it's perfect. Made me think of a quote I saw on the internet about how you're not jealous of your boyfriend talking to other girls, you just don't want anyone else to find out how truly amazing they are. The part about wanting to cage them up and have them all to yourself made me think of this. Another great poem from you!