Bikramjyoti Kashyop

Rookie (5 -8-1989 / sivsagar)

How I Miss You Poem by Bikramjyoti Kashyop


My Darling, How I miss your touch
I miss your whisper of 'I love you so much'
Your love is so sweet, so gentle, so tender
So wonderful - just like the sender
My love for you is so true and so deep
I pray that my love you will forever keep
I love you more each and every day
I love you, Baby - in every way
I love it when you Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr! ! ! ! !
OMG - that makes me Purrrrrrrrrrr! ! ! !
LYL - is where I want to be
Me pleasing you and you pleasing me
I want to be touching you - skin to skin
Baby - I am ready for our life to begin
I am counting the days until then
You will long for love - never again
I will love you like crazy for the rest of your life
You will have the best friend, lover and wife
I want to be your everything
I want to be what makes your heart sing
I love you, Darling - please never doubt
I love you so much - I want to Shout
Until we are together again - hold me in your heart
I am holding you in mine - as I have from the start

Submitted: Monday, March 26, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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