This short piece was quite beautiful and delightful to read, whereas its bitter and sweet at the same time. As always, I adored how such plain words of yours emanate volumes of touching emotions. It utterly tugged my heart, nonetheless.
Wow... I seriously love it... so simply written... straight to the point, but REALLY beautiful. It's a very relatable poem too.. I love it... and I'll read more of your work tommorow because it's really great! :-) Good night!
I agree with the person above me... It is very well written...it had great flow and good rhythm ( which i still need to work on mine) lol... i like the words you used and the emotion that's in it... you are a great poet... i say 5/5 ^_^
I think there could be more in this poem then what you wrote. dont be afraid to throw it all in. this is bordering a bad love poem and a potential classic. You ahve great qualities like ending the poem with the title (i find that a great quality)
'You lighted up my nights' is also a great line that I wish you'd added more things like this.
A lot of readers don't like to read something they can see directly and know whats happening. they want to think but they still want to undertand it to an extent.
There are lines in there i liked quite a lot so I'll give you a 4.5 for a good love poem. Not easy to get an excellent from me in love so 4.5 is very impressive from me.
Thanks for sharing. and don't forget to hold up your end of the bargain.
You know this piece was so simple yet so effective. You got straight to the point and made this poem so heartfelt and deep. Again you have gone into great depth to portrayed your emotions into such a capturing poem. I guess all I can say is beautiful for it was truely another stunning poem by you. Well done Goran. As always you have left me amazed. ~mel
This is a great example of how to make a poem with a lot of meaning behind it and say it in a few words. i like this one a lot better than 88 hours and feel that the message in this poem was delivered with much more passion than in the other poem. great job, 5/5
The question that riddles the minds of many, i feel that this is one of the most asked questions in human existance, seemingly almost all live under the umbrella of love. nicely written, except for an expected ryhme (charm/arm). doesnt hurt the poem any though. (: