Oh yes! I have felt like that a lot, actually! That's the way it feels. Welcome to the site, by the way! I am so happy you have come to join us; we are so much the richer for your having come to be among us. Let me just be the first to say it: Welcome, welcome home! You will find lots of friends here. Plenty of teenaged angst actually; I have quite a bit myself! And since we come in both genders, who knows? You might well meet someone right here on our site! I met the love of my life, Silke, or, as I call her, Silke shining in the sky! on a website very much like this one, where we all felt close, and shared our lives with each other. You have made it here successfully, that's a good start; now just reach out to the rest of us here, share your heart with us through your words, and you will meet people; you might even fall in love. So you are infatuated with a certain someone at school or in your daily life? Valentine's Day is right around the corner! Give that person a well-considered Valentine of some sort. Since you are a poet, you could write this person a poem. Works for me! I write all my poems for the one I love; the whole book is for her. It is much easier for the heart to speak freely through poetry than through prose. Your assignment, should you decide to accept it, is to plan a really effective and sweet and honest and open and tender Valentine, involving some original poetry. And keep that wonderful feeling; that's the way it feels, alright. Medically, the term for that ecstatic breathlessness is anoxia; in the book of love, that's just the way the magic feels, baby. Enjoy it!
Your new friend and fellow lover, +Steve