I know the troubles you've been having lately so when I read the title 'rekindled love', it gave me hopes of a brighter future for you! Although, I should point out (in honesty) that sometimes it isn't the best solution; after all, if things went south initially, are those same issues still a problem? They need addressing and then I certainly do believe love can be rekindled and made a success of.
Every little flower needs something to help it grow
and you're that something that I need, you know.
My heart it skips a beat whenever I hear from you,
my stomach it does somersaults, this much is true.
I love the sentiment here: it doesn't matter how promisingly beautiful a flower may be, it still needs something to help it grow - fertiliser, if you will, lol.
Love certainly does make your heart skip and stomachs do somersaults so you do seem to have the required symptoms.
All I may suggest is adding a few syllable in the second line here as it seems to come to an abrupt halt as the first line has a few more. What about
'Every little flower needs something to help it grow
and you're that something that I need, this I know you know.' (just a suggestion)
I shouldn't feel like this after all that you have done
but I can't help feel like this, you're my only one.
I know that things will get better if only in time
because I still think you're amazing and divine.
Love can make us oblivious to past hurts if the cause of that pain still brings us the obvious pleasure that this person still seems to bring you. Again, a word of caution though. What happened? what went wrong and can it be prevented from happening again? (I don't mean to preach)
Again, I feel the second line could do with an extra syllable or two:
'I shouldn't feel like this after all that you have done
but I can't help feel like this, AS you're my only one.'
Again, just a suggestion.
I can't believe I'm doing this but I feel it in my heart
that you were something special even at the start
so I'm hoping for the best and turning on my trust,
this will sound stupid but I know it's more than lust.
Here I will backtrack to a degree and say that - if you know that this really is something special and needs holding onto - then grab it tight and don't let go, good woman! (Just be aware).
Here I think the flow is lovely and need no tampering with at all!
Em, a poem full of hope but also one whose sentiment needs approaching carefully.
Be happy, whatever you do,