Yes, it's cute! and cuddly. I think the unusual bit which makes it a memorable love-poem is how you actually describe that person's personality and appearance. Also, how you do that in very few words that suggest more than they state.
A lot of lovers are in love with somebody just because they are getting a good response from them. I remember being nuts about a girl who looked marvellous, attracting my attention, but instantly disliking her about three weeks later when I talked with her for the first time! And one girl-friend, I couldn't remember the colours of her eyes and hair when a friend asked me what she looked like - but I didn't care because she was sleeping with me. I didn't care what sort of person she was. Well, this poem looks like you aren't making either of those mistakes, so I like it a lot because of its friendly and loving expression, even though the verse-craft is not very skilful.
It just shows what is important about amateur poetry: honest and vivid expression rather than university elitism.
In rhyming angle with angel, you have a heavyweight backer: the earliest example I know is from Saint Augustine, the bishop who first organized the Catholic Church in Saxon England!
English is a really difficult language for rhymes because there aren't as many as in most other languages (so I read somewhere) so that the most determined poets seem to be those who develop semi-rhyming or go to blank or free verse. Us rhymers are cool because we are so brave!