Shakespearean Love Poem

Your big, brown eyes fill my heart with pure joy
When I look into them my mind goes blank
I don't know what it is you're just a boy
But oh well, I just adore you so very much

When you talk, your voice is a symphony
It's like music to my delighted ears
I just can't bear it mine?
If not today, can you be mine next year?

You're all I need, you're the wind beneath me
You pick me up, causing butterflies, too
I couldn't be more glad to see your smile
Oh goodness, what would I do without you?

You're the peanut butter to my jelly
You are the butterflies in my belly.

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