Itai Oscar


I Wrote This To Her!


My fingers are punching the alphabets
Forming these words as they are being
Pushed by the force of love that is
Erupting from deep within my heart

I wish you was here with me
Cuddled
As I whisper my love and devotion
To you
And you'd serenade me to sleep with
Your sweet sexy voice
I know that time will come
When we'd take a sip from the
Cup of our love
When I'd taste the honey that
Oozes from the depth of your
Heart.
When the first 'thing' I see every
Morning, 'd be your smile
A smile of a wife satisfied by
The husband's love
The glitter in your eyes making
Me fall in love with you
O'er and o'er again
I love you, honey!

Submitted: Thursday, February 27, 2014
Edited: Thursday, February 27, 2014

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