Okay I studied Literature so let me give you my opinion and constructive criticism.
I would say it's easily an amatuer.
Word choice is vague, too much redundant repetition.
There is definitely a lot of things missing in a good poem.
For example, there isn't much rhythm.
I don't feel the flow.
Read it aloud and you see that you choke on your words.
Too much "love".
Also, rhyming alone doesn't make a poem good, although I must say you score in the rhyming.
Next, I don't suppose poets would repeat a word too often unless there's an emphasis they want to create. As for yours, you might say, yes, you want to emphasize on Love.
But it doesn't work that way. Repetition and emphasis in a poem comes with hidden meaning.
Lastly, if you're just starting to write poems, I strongly caution against the cliche subject on Love. How old are you? Do you really know about love?
I wrote my share of cheesy poems in my early high school days (I'm still in high school though) and likened them to my perception of "love", and I got unsavoury comments from the big poets.
Now if you hate my comments and opinions, I suggest you put this piece in the "poetry" section. There will be more experienced critics there to judge you, should you doubt my capability in literature.
A good poem makes someone think, feel, AND breathe deeply in awe.
PS: To be quite honest with you, I loved the first three lines. Afterwhich it all went spiralling down.
PSS: To everyone else, they all said "oohh, so good, i love it!!!" Did they mention why????
Obviously, putting your poem here on LGBT and NOT the poetry section, you get answers from other amatuers.
This is MY own constructive criticism. If you don't like it, go to poetry section and ask the real poets.
To the thumbs down, shame on you. Try to explain why it's so good, and THEN I will admit I'm wrong.