Donna Nimmo


A Muse About A Great Love


I would sit on the moon and and shower down the stars
If it could make you love me, I would jump from Earth to Mars
I would gather all the clouds in the sky for you to rest your head
Just to hear I love you, spoken and said

I would climb the tallest mountain, and scream your name
Echoing all over the world just for you to acclaim
My love is so intense it burns deeply into my heart
Oh love please never leave, never let your love depart

My Angel I'll be waiting forever, for you to return my love
On bended knees I pray to that you will be mine, from above
I will wait for all eternity, and I know I must have you
I pray sometime before I expire, all my dreams will finally come through!

Submitted: Saturday, November 10, 2012
Edited: Saturday, November 10, 2012

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