Justin Bieber Pens Love Poem for ‘Soulmate’ Hailey Bieber: ‘The Best Is Yet to Come’

Justin Bieber is tapping into his poetic side for a heartfelt message dedicated to his wife, Hailey Bieber.

The “Sorry” singer took to Instagram on Monday, sharing a black-and-white snapshot of his lady love, tastefully posing shirtless on a balcony in Paris, France, with the iconic Eiffel Tower in the background.

Bieber captioned the sultry snapshot with an emotional poem, expressing his love and devotion to the 22-year-old fashion model.

“Sunlight falls into the Abyss/ Just like i fall into your lips/ Waves crash onto the shore/ My love for you grows more and more,” the 25-year-old pop star wrote, in poetic verse form. “Sound of the crickets a true meditation/ I think about you, Gods greatest creation./ As i fall into this blissful state/ I ponder on how you’re my one true SOULMATE.”


“Its getting dark to dark to see/ A chilling breeze embraces me/ The smell of camomile fresh from the garden/ My life is a movie that both of us star in,” the poem continued. “Speaking of stars I’m starting to see some/ They light up the sky, reminds me of my freedom/ How big and how vast our world is around us/ So grateful for god we were lost but he found us/ So i write the poem with him always in mind/ Things all around us Just get better with time.”


Below the poem, Bieber concluded his heartwarming post with a message of appreciation for his lovely wife.

“I fall more in love with you every day! You have walked hand and hand with me as I continue to get my emotions, mind, body and soul in tact! You have given me so much strength, support , encouragement and joy,” he wrote. “I just wanted to publicly honor you, and remind you that the best is yet to come!”

The sweet post comes nearly seven months after the pair tied the knot at a secret ceremony last September in New York City, and reportedly just moved into a new home in Beverly Hills last week after the duo spent months hunting for a house together.





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