george albot


Dr who


I sometime love just thinking about you, it can
Give me the feeling of being close to you!
But today is the opposite I wish I could have spent
More time with you,
You said that it's not a long time to wait
Till Monday but it already is to long
I wish you was hear with me this very moment
Even if it was just to put you head on my lap
Like you did in the car, I know that it turned me on,
But it also felt so very comfortable warm and loving.
I love being with you babe.
I do only need the smallest of sight of you
And you can still send me into frenzies
, , You put on your lamp at 5,45 yep that did it for me,
This was yet another one off the times, when I could devour you.

Sometimes I can be on my own, and I just hope you are thinking off me,

I'm going to lay awake to night for as long as I can and try to remember
All the thing that we have said to each other and every time we have kiss.

I have just being reading all what, 'albot as said to you
And now I can see you so vivid, I can almost touch you
I really want to hug you now I thing that when seeing out and away from work.
Always feel so new to me it could be because where not listening for footsteps
Like you said


I do love you so much, but I don't love you as much as I miss you tonight
The clock doesn't seem to be moving at all tonight
.

Submitted: Saturday, March 09, 2013

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