george albot


Hold me


How much do I want to hold you at this minute
Cannot even start to calculate the feelings I have for you
They are to over whelming
My stomach is turning over endlessly,
I thought it was emptiness but now that I am writing this
I’ve work it out to be (lone, lynness)
My imagination and fantasy that I have for you
It’s being strong in the past but today as taken me to
Another level, I just needed more time with you today.
This my heart that is talking to you
And not Albert
You are amazing to be with
I wish I didn't have to miss you like this
You are on my mind every moment I’m a wake
It is nice to have someone special and beautiful to miss
But it is so difficult at times I don’t think I will live
Long enough to understand how the pain can turn into pleasure
But it helps to know that you feel the way that you do about me
Enjoy yourself tomorrow but please remember to miss me
And you had better be a good girl and you know what kind of good
I mean
XXX I love you XXX
Hope you take this and me to bed with you
Night night babe
I need another day with you, soon I hope!

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Submitted: Thursday, March 28, 2013

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