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Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 7 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

I'm Going Love You


You will grow when you pay the price of sacrifice
When you love, love easy.
When you feel, feel hard.
It will be deeply furfilling at the end.
It's the only way to trully love.

I'm going love you in a special way like fire, passionate and intense
I'm going make love to your heart by first killing you softly with my words
Then hold you gently within the warmth of my embrace
As my lips touches yours and your mind becomes blown

Let me love you easy. So you can move past your hurt and your pains
The road ahead will make you believe in love again
Far too long, you have put a wall up to protect your heart

I'm going provide you love that exists only in fairytales, a feeling that will never end
If this were a book, the story of our lives would be told by many who fantasize of a love only read in novels

You've sacrificed much when you let love into your heart
And what you've felt was as solid as a rock
And soon after, love came easy
Leaving you content in the end

Submitted: Saturday, October 12, 2013
Edited: Friday, October 25, 2013
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