|My thoughts on reading this poem, written in admiration of a male acquaintance, were that you are strong on vocabulary (I learnt a new word--avuncular) and weak on grammar. In any language, it should be reverse. When grammar has been learnt / perfected, adding to one's vocabulary is no big job.
Some examples, out of many, are given below:
Our conversation forced me to drop by his port,
Shocked! Was my reaction to find him old and exhort?
>>> Exhort is a verb, not adjective.
Sooners more than laters, he has great deal of faith in me,
Blessed I am to be gifted and talent that he foresees.
>>> Sooner more than later [preferably, Sooner rather than later]
Blessed I am to be gifted and talented.
[that he foresees--does not fit here. Maybe you can write-- that he perceives.]
I hope you take these suggestions in the right spirit, not as criticism or condemnation.
--M C Gupta