Mary Wismer


**I love you***


I'm sorry
I am not able to say
there are only three words
but they do not want on my lips
I cannot!

Do you know why I fall silent,
if you want to hear it?
Do you know why I cannot say,
although you want it so much?

'I love you'
it cannot approximate the express
what I feel for you

Thou art the effect that my life had sought
're my water, when I have thirst
my bed when I'm tired
my ground when I take off
my shadow in unbearable heat
my screen in streaming rain
my chocolate, while a diet
my flashlight into deeper darkness

doomed without you, I cannot live
I feel deep friends, when I awake next to you will
always wants to handle your pet
kiss your lips
listen to your breathless
Dry your tears
I laugh at your pleasure

I know the 'I love you'
simply not enough toyou only rudimentary
my feelings for you to describe

but of course I love you
more than my life!

Submitted: Tuesday, November 25, 2008

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