george albot


Halo babe!


Feeling of love, must be when you can't experience
Anything or even think of anything without having the sense
That they are with you,
And even though there not.
Missing them get easier, because I'll see you soon
I just now need to calm myself down, without a shower
I only have about sixty thousand seconds to go,
It's less than that now; I can't count them again now
Think I'll just have one shower
Then time will catch us up
I bet your shaving your legs now,
XXX
Good morning babe,
Time goes a lot slower when you are missing someone,
My stomach is actually turning, why do I have butterflies
XXX

Submitted: Saturday, June 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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