You have good ideas, but you need to work on how you say things as well as what you say. For example, you don't want to begin three lines in a row with, "A" you need more variation.
Also, poetry is filled with metaphors and allusions. However what do you mean when you say, "love that feels like a dream."
Instead of saying "type of love" describe what you mean.
A love that feels like a dream,
A type of love that only we can see.
A between us that is so strong,
Look at the rest of your lines in your rhyming patterns. Sometimes trying to Ryan gets in the way of watch you are trying to say. If you haven't done so, I would strongly suggest that you read many of the great love poems. These are easily found on the net. See how one walked a great writer said, and then try to translate it into your own thoughts and feelings. That's how I started.
"Screams," is too strong. Think about what you actually feel when someone you love is away. Do you feel screaming in agony? Or is it something a bit subtler. The rhyming seems forced below.
My heart screams in agony when your away,
With you I will always stay.
I will stand beside you through thick and thin,
We both know this love is no sin.
Try writing a line in many different ways. Look at the different ways you can express yourself and use words. But the words have to connect with feelings.
Writing isn't easy. Writing poetry is much harder. It's been often said that good writing is really about good editing. The same is true for poetry. Work on this poem until you can look at it and feel comfortable with the use of language, not just what you are saying.
I hope this helps.