george albot


24 hours


Trying to stop seeing,
Someone that you truly love
Is like trying to keep you quiet
That would make it to hard’

But one thing I do know is
All of the words that I have written
To you could never really explain
How I feel for you
Words can be rub out
But feeling I have will live forever

I don’t know what tomorrow will bring
And I just want to say all the yesterday
That I have shared, with you
I would not change, I did mean every
Word, but I think’ that you do know that
I would never ever want to hurt you
I still feel very privilege to snog you
I mean to know you
I do not have any regrets
Night night babe
I love you
XXX

Submitted: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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