A sonnet about a first love..

She places hand to chest with heart a-blaze,
Each halting thump a dance of heat and joy.
No other one could brighten up her days,
Delightful nights' embrace with caring boy. 
No earthly sight as great as she to him,
Undressing nude in morning bedside light.
Declaring unbound feeling on a whim, 
Engagement? marriage? Wedding dresses white?
Soon bride and groom, they loved with all their heart,
Getting everything to stay the same.
Winds ripple, warp, and tear apart;
Expecting people's pictures do the same.
No love lost is better than a love not shared,
In some pursuits, the rich are those who dared.