Ernest Makuakua

Rookie - 25 Points (30-09-1990 / South africa)

Im Sorry


Sorry im writing this about you.
Sorry i love you

im sorry i want to make you a part of my life.
im sorry i want you next to me
im sorry i approached you.

I admire you, i love you, i need you.
Im sorry i want to make you my wife

im sorry i want to build a future with you i want to live with you, im sorry i want you to be mother of my children, i want to build a home with you im so sorry you the one i want to marry you.

I want to wake up next to you im so sorry i cant give up on you,
im sorry i cant sleep without talking to you im sorry but i consider you the one for me im so sorry

im sorry for you give me joy, i find peace im so sorry i love you so much

im sorry im THE LEGEND and you will be LEGENDARY wife

Submitted: Thursday, October 04, 2012
Edited: Thursday, October 04, 2012

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In most cases we love people who dont love us. This is for those who love and those who dont love and those unloved and the one i love and admire

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