Mary Wismer


A Cute Poem From A Cute Girl


They are the tiny drops from the sky.
Who are so pure that they cannot deny
They quietly listen to all that we say
Then, touch the earth or vanish in a bay.
When I'm with you I will not cry even a single a tear
And your touch have chased away all of my fear
you have given me a life that I could live worthwhile
it is even better every time you smile.
You changed my world with a blink of an eye
That is something that I can not deny
You put my soul from worst to best
That is why I treasure you my dearest……..
Feel our bodies pressed close
As close as skin to skin,
Open your heart to me……
Come on, let me in
Fill my senses with your rush
Let me taste your deep kiss,
Hold me tightly to your heart.

It so magical those things you've made
to bring back my faith that almost fade
now my life is a dream come true
it all began when I was loved by you.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Edited: Monday, December 05, 2011

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