Hey! Forever here with a short review!
This was a really beautiful poem that you wrote. First of all, I am going to talk about the specifics.
Isn't that it blinds one to forgot
I am confised a about two things. First of all, what this line means. I don't know but personally I think Isn't it what that blinds.... sounds better. It's completely upto you though. Secondly, shouldn't it be forget instead of forgot?
In the second stanza, second line, I guess it will be are instead of be. I am not too sure about the word 'personificated' and its existence. I heard it for the very first time in this poem. We do generally tend to use personified. Now if you are sure that personificated exists, please feel free to use that. Other than that, quill already mentioned the other grammatical mistakes. So I will not go there.
One thing I noticed is the flow in the last stanza, the last four lines. If we see the length of the other lines in the poem, the poem is interspaced with long and short lines. However this 4 lines are very short and kind of distorts the flow. If you could lengthen at least one line, especially one of the last two lines, I think it would be better.
Next, this poem really has a good imagination. I loved how you connected the concept of love to that of literature and music. Undoubtedly, love does have a connection with both of them which we often tend to forget. Also, this poem has a really nice visual aspect. The background suits it quite well. If possible you can actually try to increase the font size a bit, I would advise you to do that. It will be helpful for the reader, I think. Overall, a very good job!