george albot


Day two


I think the problem is that love just sneaks up on you
And the problem with that is if you’ve never being in love
You don’t know what to look out for

It’s like putting weight on
One day is not there, and the next it is,
Now who’s got there tongue in her cheek
Better to be that than, chocolate,
But Albert would be even better

Anyway back to, two day’’
Sorry one day’’
I have red’ it ‘again &again& again
In fact I have been through it six times
Up and down, and I still maintain
That I was right, you just don’t see what under your chin’’

No; knows nose is what I meant, or mean no not you! !
I don’t mean you are mean, I mean sometime you cannot see
What’s behind you unless you are in front of a mirror
Or the mirror is in front you
Some people sometimes can’t see what’s
At the side of them, and you don’t always
Have to see something to know that it’s there

The moral is you can feel
‘’ IT IS WHAT IT IS’’

Freud the psychoanalysis
Postulated the existence of libido, as an energy and
Structures that are invested and which generates
Erotic attachments see everything is clear
When you know what to look at

When you read this, read it from the middle
It more fun! !

Why do you put things like this in?
I’ve already past the middle
Just because I’m shaking my head now
How do you know that! !

Because that sometimes the only thing
That makes any sense is loving someone
And don’t just love someone
I love you
XXX
Now kiss me, and let me taste your chocolate

Submitted: Saturday, October 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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